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Despite our best proof reading efforts, pesky errors occur. This month's president's message gave the incorrect date of the Annual meeting. The WCC Annual meeting will be Wednesday, September 21 at 6 PM. Here is the link
Help us keep Hillcroft as a 4 lane street as it is reconstructed through our residential Southwest Houston neighborhoods of Robindell, Braeburn Terrace, Maplewood, Meyerland, Maplewood North, Maplewood South and Westbury. Six lanes are unnecessary, unwarranted and unwanted. Check out our petition on change.org.
Currently only the portion from Beechnut to Bissonnet is a funded CIP project.
Delivery of the September issue of the Westbury Crier began today and is expected to be complete by Thursday. If you don’t receive it please send an email to email@example.com with your address.
After the summer lull, events are plentiful in September. In addition you will read about the petition to Keep Hillfort 4 lanes, please sign it and spread the word. You will read about the Flood disaster recovery meeting. There is one more public hearing not listed in the Crier and that is on September 8th from 6 -8 PM 815 Crosby street to focus on unmet needs.
National Night Out is Oct 4th: every street that is concerned about crime and safety should host a get together.
Hope to see you at the Annual meeting on Sept 21.
Here is a link to the August crier:
Good news is that we have a handy location to drop off your glass for recycling . In the Westbury United Methodist Church parking lot at Willowbend and West Bellfort. This month is also Junk waste for heavy trash.
Here is a link to the July Crier:
Happy 4th of July! Here is the July issue of the Westbury Crier.
The May 2016 Crier can be accessed on line using this link: https://docs.google.com/a/westburycrier.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=d2VzdGJ1cnljcmllci5jb218Y2l2aWNjbHVifGd4Ojc2YmE2YzUzN2MzZjkxMQ
To Westbury residents: If you have water in your home or dangerously close to your home could you please report your street and hundred block to the WCC at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to include pictures. Our streets are designed to hold water. But our storm system is designed to keep it out of our homes. There is a meeting April 21st at Westbury High (6PM) hosted by the City to gain input for our storm drainage project that is in the planning stages. I want each of you to know that we are not alone: I had a call before 8am from our Tx State Rep Borris MIles office. Our CM Larry Green called me as the mayor specifically wanted to know what was happening in Westbury.
Much of Houston was hard hit. Brays Bayou left its banks and the neighborhoods along Brays will be hard hit again. .
The two new detention basins along the Willow Waterhole Bayou (WWB) are full and hopefully that will save some of our homes. The WWB is now at 55.44 at Landsdowne which is higher than the April 2013 storm but has not reached the 56.7 of Memorial day. We have had as much rain, but the work the county has done seems to have provided some relief. The other basins at the WW are not full. The WCC office manager just got pictures of all the basins. We will be sharing all this information as well as anything you share here with the City and the County.
It is my belief that improving our city storm sewers will also alleviate flooding. I hope all of you will come out Thursday night.
Stay safe! Prayers for everyone watching the water rise and the rain fall.
Here is the ink to the April Westbury Crier. April has many opportunities to come together as a community. We hope to see you around the neighborhood. https://docs.google.com/a/westburycrier.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=d2VzdGJ1cnljcmllci5jb218Y2l2aWNjbHVifGd4OjI0MzllZTFkMWI2ODk0MWY
OUR DISTRICT K CIP meeting is TONIGHT this Thursday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will occur in the Ronald McNair Auditorium of Willowridge High School at 16301 Chimney Rock. Mayor Turner is scheduled to attend.
Plan to arrive early (6:00 p.m.). Departmental staff will be available before the start of the CIP meeting to answer individual questions related to non-CIP items. Departmental staff include Solid Waste, Neighborhood Protection, Public Works Code Enforcement Division, BARC, Harris County Flood