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Ramsey Hosting Infrastructure Meeting at KHS Tonight

Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner Tom Ramsey’s Office will host a meeting about local infrastructure at Kingwood High School tonight. The meeting will include representatives from the City of Houston, San Jacinto River Authority, Congressman Dan Crenshaw’s office, and Harris County Flood Control District.

6:30-8:00 PM

The infrastructure meeting will follow an open-house format. After brief remarks, residents will be free to mingle with representatives from the various organizations at tables set up throughout the room. So you can come and go as you please.

This will give everyone a chance to discuss issues in depth. See details below.

Focus on Infrastructure

Infrastructure covers a lot of territory. Drainage. Roads. Parks. Water. And more.

Ever wonder:

  • What’s holding up those new floodgates on the Lake Houston Dam?
  • Whether seasonal lowering of Lake Conroe will return if this turns out to be the hurricane season everyone is predicting?
  • What is really being done to reduce flood risk in this area?
  • When will Edgewater Park become a park?
  • Are mitigation efforts keeping us ahead of upstream development?
  • Can the SJRA help reduce sedimentation from sand mines?
  • What happened to the Harris County investigation of Colony Ridge impacts?

So many questions! Tonight’s your chance to ask them. And get answers from people who can do something about your concerns.

Be there. Let local leaders know what your infrastructure priorities are.

Posted by Bob Rehak on on 4/25/24

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