Please join us at the annual MPCA New Member Social. This year we will have Greek food, drinks and will conduct our annual board elections. Please plan to join us, especially if you are new to the neighborhood!Thu, Jan 21, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM1645 Marshall Street, Houston, TX
Join us at the annual MPCA New Member Social on Thursday, January 21st from 6-8pm at 1645 Marshall Street. We will have delicious Greek food, Drinks and Neighbors so please stop by and renew your annual MPCA Membership. In addition, we will hold our annual MPCA Board elections, so if you are interested in serving on the Board this year please plan to attend. We look forward to meeting our neighbors, if you are new to the neighborhood- welcome!
Dear Winlow Place, Mandell Place, and Cherryhurst Neighbors,
As you know, we have a Meet and Greet scheduled this Friday evening, January 8th, and we are forced to cancel it under the most regrettable of circumstances. Recent events make it impossible for us to hold this social activity and it will have to be reset for a future date. We appreciate your understanding and patience.
It is with a very heavy heart that we advise you that Tony Carroll, long-time Winlow Place resident, passed away on December 29th of a heart attack. Tony was bright, articulate, charismatic and energetic. He was a social worker-therapist, musician, opera lover, civic activist, Montrose fixture and a tremendous friend to all of us who knew him. He was also a founding member of the Constable Patrol and instrumental in getting it launched. He worked tirelessly, and in many ways, to make our neighborhood and city a better place. He will be greatly missed by all of us who knew him and he leaves his mark on many otherswho never even knew his name, let alone all of the things that he did to help his community and neighbors.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his husband of twenty-two years, Bruce Smith. Plans for a memorial service are pending. Details on Tony’s life –a full life and one very well lived –are available here: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/local/gray-matters/article/Tony-Carroll-the-psychotherapist-who-helped-men-6728318.php?t=1db9181365438d9cbb
The Board Members
Mandell-Winlow Security Foundation
|Reminder: This evening, Council Member Cohen, the Public Works & Engineering Department, and the Planning and Development Department will host a public meeting to discuss the upcoming reconstruction of Dunlavy St between Allen Parkway and W. Gray St and between W. Alabama St and Richmond Ave. Potential new bicycle facilities will also be discussed for Dunlavy St between Allen Parkway and Richmond Ave.
PUBLIC MEETING: DUNLAVY ST. RECONSTRUCTION
Join us for a presentation and break-out sessions at the community meeting or please submit your comments by December 15th, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our City Councilwoman Ellen Cohen is hosting a Public Meeting regarding the proposed Montrose TIRZ. Please come to the meeting to learn about the proposal and share your thoughts.
PUBLIC MEETING: MONTROSE TIRZ PROPOSAL
Thursday, November 12, 2015
6:30PM – 8PM
West Gray Metropolitan Multi-Service Center
1475 W. Gray St | 77019
From the Office of Ellen Cohen:
The September Newsletter has arrived, click here to view.
Stay tuned for details for our next event, the New Member Social, in January.
Join us for National Night Out on Tuesday, October 6th from 6-8pm at 1623 Marshall with fajitas catered by Pappasito’s!
Our local HPD officer will attend as well as a representative from the Harris County Constable’s office. This is a great time to meet your neighbors and enjoy some delicious food! Make sure you arrive early as the delicious fajitas tend to go fast! We are looking forward to seeing you there!
The deadline to sign contract with the Constable for special patrols in our neighborhood is quickly approaching. We are not quite there yet to meet the cost of this program. If you haven’t already done so and plan to participate, please register soon. Our Deadline is Sept 1.
For exact details on what benefits one can receive under this program, click this link:
The Department of Public Works & Engineering will be hosting an open house to discuss details concerning reconstruction of W. Alabama from Weslayan to Chenevert.
Where: Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church
When: Thursday July 30, 6PM-8PM