Minutes of General Meetings
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Longfellow Elementary School - Cafeteria
Last month, the District K office hosted its annual District K Community Town Hall Meeting (formerly the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) meeting) at The Fountain Life Center.
This year's community meeting started with a featured memoriam presentation in honor of Council Member Green. The District K meeting continued with a powerpoint presentation that highlighted all the various District K initiatives by Council Member Green entitled, A Year in Review.
Mayor Turner was the keynote presenter, along with Carol Haddock, the new Houston Public Works Director. The Mayor and Director Haddock touch based on post-Harvey recovery updates and highlighted recently completed projects, projects underway, and projects programmed for next year. Following their respective presentations, the community meeting departed into breakout groups among the various City departments and other interagency organizations in attendance.
A copy of the District K presentation can be viewed by clicking the link: http://www.houstontx.gov/cao/2018cip/meetingspdf/District_K_2018-CIP_Meeting-Update_March2018.pdf.
Option Two: Mail a check to Woodside Civic Club, P.O. Box 20731, Houston, TX 77225.
We have several new neighbors and a number of homes on the market. When you meet a new neighbor please ask them to send a message to civic club administrationso we can help get them familiar with our community and sign them up to receive neighborhood communications: email@example.com.
Minutes of Braeswood Super Neighborhood Meetings
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Each contact person listed can provide details about the specific volunteer opportunity. When you reply please indicate which opportunity you are interested in participating.
- Description: Block captains are an integral component to keeping the block actively involved in crime prevention efforts, to ensuring a smooth process of information exchange between neighbors and the Board, and to encourage participation in community events, such as General Meetings and the National Night Out program. Each Block Captain covers only 10 to 15 homes.
- Contact: Bob Heard, firstname.lastname@example.org
HPD CITIZEN PATROL
- Description: The Citizen Patrol program is designed to provide a means for citizens to organize into patroller groups for the purpose of reducing crime in their community. Citizen Patrollers are the additional eyes and ears the police can count on to make Houston a safe place to live and work. This is a Houston Police Department program.
- Contact: Elizabeth Lane, email@example.com
Keep your eyes on your Mailbox…Dues requests will be going out within the next 10 days. For those who can’t wait, you can pay:
On March 2, 2017, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced a plan to reduce homelessness and invited the community to help implement the plan. The mayor’s plan involves expedited efforts to permanently house the homeless, more shelter beds, new public health and safety regulations and an anti-panhandling awareness campaign. The following attachments describing the initiative and the plan were distributed by the Mayor’s office. Civic clubs were asked to distribute the documents in an effort to raise awareness of the initiative. The documents will also be listed on our community website.