Houston, TX Piney Point Village Car Service Houston (HOU) Airport Limousine – Now, you can travel and arrive in style and comfort. For over 15 years, we have offered a signature white-glove attention to every single customer that steps into our vehicles. Whether you’re a Houston Piney Point Village local or visiting our city, Grand Limousine can serve all your transportation needs. We pride ourselves in our team consisting of professional and friendly client representatives, our exceptional quality service, our certified chauffeurs, and our unmatched customer support. Your safety and complete satisfaction is our top priority, which is why you can be sure your professionally trained Chauffeur is ready.
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Piney Point Village – Houston Airport Limousine
We understand that our Chauffeurs are the face of our business. All of our Chauffeur trained in traditional etiquette. New luxury units will ensure that you get the little touch of luxury that you so richly deserve. All staff is skilled, knowledgeable, friendly, and conscientious. Chauffeurs, in particular, are hand-picked for their exceptional driving skills, friendly and warm demeanor, and their comprehensive knowledge of the City of Houston Piney Point Village.
WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH THIS SERVICE?
A professional uniformed driver/chauffeur will meet you at your doorstep or in the baggage claim area of the Airport with your personalized greeting sign. You will experience individual assistance with your luggage and will personally escort you to your Taxi Sedan, Luxury Town Car, SUV, or Van. The Airport meets & greet service is the perfect choice for guests traveling with small children or elderly passengers who need or want individual assistance. Free 15 Minute Grocery Stop. No Charge for the use of booster/car seat.No Charge for gate fees, tolls, or traffic.NO HIDDEN FEES, NO GIMMICKS.
Piney Point Village is a city in Harris County, Texas, United States. The population was 3,125 at the 2010 census. Piney Point Village is the wealthiest place in Texas, as ranked by per capita income. It is part of a collection of upscale residential communities in west Houston known as the Memorial Villages. In 1885 Piney Point Village began as a station on the Texas Western Railroad. German farmers settled in the area. According to 1936 state highway maps, the community was near a sawmill. In the mid-1950s, an effort to form a Spring Branch municipality failed. Piney Point Village incorporated in 1955 with an alderman form of government. Because of the 1955 incorporation, Houston did not incorporate Piney Point Village’s territory into its city limits, while Houston annexed surrounding unincorporated areas. In 1960 the city had 1,790 residents. By 1966 the town had one public school and four churches. In 1990 the city had 3,380 residents.
For a decade ending in 1993, the Consulate-General of Japan in Houston refused to pay “user fees” billed to the consulate by the City of Piney Point Village (the consul-general residence is in Piney Point Village). The Japanese argued that this was a tax and that diplomatic facilities should not be taxed. In 1993 Piney Point Village announced that the consulate owed the city around $14,000 United States dollars. The Japanese argued that international agreements exempted consulate facilities from taxes, while Piney Point Village said the annual fees were for users’ services. James Baker, a Piney Point Village alderman, threatened to suspend garbage pickup services and expose the Japanese consulate to ridicule.
In September of that year, a U.S. State Department letter stated that consulates should pay legitimate user fees and that governments do not have to pay for fire and police services. The government spent almost $12,000, including $4,500 in interest, to the city. According to Vice-Consul Takaki Takinami, initially, the city charged $14,915.52 before changing the invoice and deducting police and fire costs. Shojiro Imanishi, who was the outgoing consul-general, agreed to pay $4,500 annually. In 1993 the Consulate-General of Indonesia in Houston and the Consulate-General of Australia in Houston had consul-general residences in Piney Point Village; they paid the fees voluntarily and without controversy.