The first general meeting of 2013 has been moved to February 26th. Meeting will take place at Zoe’s at 7:00 p.m.
Our neighbors, friends and many members of our civic association worked very hard to help protect this block with the minimum lot size/ building line ordinance through the city of Houston Planning Department and City Council. The block is protected and this particular lot is very much a win for protecting the residential character of our neighborhood. Thank you to each of you that worked to make this a reality. We appreciate your support and look forward to the home that will be built on this lot. Congratulations!
Interloop Architecture recently posted this about the house being built at the corner of Hazard and Lexington. Check it out!
The RICHWOOD PLACE CIVIC ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS will meet tonight at 7. If you have anything that you would like us to discuss, please let us know. We have a lot going on that we will talk about tonight and discuss at our next meeting. Our next General Meeting and election for 2013 is this Tuesday, 7pm at Zoe’s Kitchen. We hope to see you soon!
Wednesday evening, November 7, 7-8pm.
The citizens asked…. and the city listened! Effective November 1, 2012:
OUR HEAVY TRASH PICKUP DAY IS CHANGING!
It will be the 1st Wednesday of each month
These collections of tree waste and junk waste collection
will still occur in alternate months
(odd months for tree waste and even months for junk waste)
BUT ON THIS NEW HEAVY TRASH DAY
Please note that the collection schedule for regular garbage, yard waste trimmings and recycling WON’T change.
There are many benefits to these changes including better management of routes, budget savings in time and fuel as well as less confusion. Any questions? Check with Houston 3-1-1 by phone or on the site.
Neartown Public Forum
Saturday, October 27, 2012, 10:00 AM
1100 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77006
- From 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM the Montrose community will gather at Underbelly’s for a discussion regarding the upcoming Bond Referendum. Guests on both sides of the proposed items will convene for a candid look at the pros and cons of the HCC, HISD, Metro and Municipal Bond packages. Add to that the award winning fare of one of Houston’s hottest new restaurant’s, and no one should go home hungry. Plan now to join us for this important Saturday morning event!