Demolition of Robindell Plaza – 6711 Bissonnet. The site will be home to a new Aldi Supermarket.
- Welcome Remarks – Council Member Larry V. Green, Chair
- Municipal Setting Designation — J.Whalen, Inc. (8730 Meldrum Lane)
- Jennifer Clancey, Program Manager, Planning and Development Division, Public Works & Engineering Dept.
- Chapter 6, 10 & 12 – Infrastructure Design Manual Update
- Mark Loethen, Deputy Director, Planning & Development Division, Public Works & Engineering Dept.
- Bio-Solids Management Plan
- Jun Chang, Deputy Director, Public Utilities Division, Public Works & Engineering Dept.
- Dan Menendez, Deputy Director, Engineering & Construction Division, Public Works & Engineering Dept.
- Public Works & Engineering Dept. Communications Efforts
- Dale Rudick, Director, Public Works & Engineering Dept.
- Public Comments
Please contact Donald Perkins at 832.393.3016 if you have any comments to questions.
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The Westbury Centerette commercial strip center finally came down last month to make way for a new proposed development. The owner of the former Westbury Centerette site is in negotiations to bring a LA Fitness Center to this site.
“In past years, the Westbury Centerette was one of the commercial anchors at the Chimney Rock/West Bellfort intersection. Now that this demolition has occurred, the Westbury community is looking forward to regain this once vibrant commercial node into a transformed development,” states Council Member Larry Green.
“We thank Council Member Larry Green and the many residents of Westbury who came out to watch the demolition of the former Westbury Centerette,” states Becky Edmondson, President of the Westbury Civic Club.
Council Member Larry Green and Brays Oaks District Director of Services, Richard Rodriguez, at the Westbury Centerette property (corner of Chimney Rock and West Bellfort) where demolition of the site began in March.
Since coming in office, the Brays Oaks community has continually sounded off about the condition of West Airport Blvd. – particularly between Fondren Rd. and South Gessner. Every year, Council Member Green would press the Public Works and Engineering Dept. (PWE) to consider this roadway as a high priority project.
The PWE Dept. has commenced with the rehabilitation of West Airport Blvd. between Fondren Rd. and South Gessner Rd. Prior to the start of this infrastructure project, Council Member Green hosted an informational meeting at the South Gessner HPD Substation whereas representatives from the adjacent residential communities impacted by this project were invited to engage the PWE project manager as well as the project contractor to ask questions about the project.
“The District K office will continue to monitor the progress of this 6 ½ month project,” states Council Member Green. For more information about this West Airport Blvd. rehabilitation project, click the link to access the FAQs: http://www.houstontx.gov/council/k/westairport.html.
The American Turkic Business Council & Texas Turkish American Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to the luncheon forum with the keynote address given by Texas State Comptroller Honorable Glenn Hegar. He will discuss “Texas Economy and its Future; Facts, Figures and trends fueling the Texas Economy.”
The event will take place on
Thursday, April 23, 2015
from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the
Turquoise Center, 9301 West Bellfort Street, Houston, TX 77031.
Invites you to a West Airport Blvd. Rehabilitation Informational Meeting
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
South Gessner HPD Substation
8605 Westplace Dr. (@ South Gessner Rd.)
Houston, TX 77071
The City of Houston is scheduled to rehabilitate West Airport Blvd. from Fondren Rd. to South Gessner Rd. The construction start date is scheduled for April 20, 2015 with extensive concrete panel repair.
This informational meeting will be facilitated by City of Houston PWE representatives. Attend this meeting to find out the project scope and how this construction project will minimize the traffic control along West Airport Blvd. and the streets that feed onto West Airport Blvd.
Please contact the District K office if you have any questions at 832-393-3016 or DistrictK@houstontx.gov
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*Familiar faces past, present help Westbury Christian School mark 40th anniversary*
Four heads of school — Harold Wade (1988-1991), Greg Glenn (2007-2014), Robert McCloy (1991-2007) and Michael White (current) — cut giant lemon birthday cakes to serve the approximately 300 attendees — including alumni and former students; former and current board members, administrators, faculty and staff; and current students and their families — who gathered at the Westbury Christian School campus on Saturday afternoon, February 7, to celebrate the school’s 40th anniversary.
In addition to the cake and other party food, guests were treated to performances by the Wildcat band and cheerleaders, high school choir, selected theater students, and the high school ballet class. They also heard the heads of school discuss their past experiences and future vision for the school in a roundtable-style format. The school’s CATaclysm robotics team and middle school engineering class demonstrated their crafts as well. Attendees were also given the opportunity to board a bus for a tour of the WCS West Campus, the former Westland YMCA facility on Fondren being converted into the school’s Wildcat Athletic Complex.
Just prior to the cake cutting, John Greer, an elder of the Westbury Church of Christ, from which the school was spawned and with which it continues to share a physical campus and maintain a beneficial working relationship, presented White with a check for $25,000 to support the current and future work of the school and its dedication to Kingdom education.
“I want to thank all who came out to help us celebrate the 40th anniversary of Westbury Christian School,” said White, current head of school, who has worked in various classroom and administrative roles at WCS since 1997. “We had a great afternoon connecting our history with our present and future. I am blessed to work with some amazing people.”