Regarding the Castle Court resident and her dog who were killed at Mandell & Richmond two days ago:
Hi guys! This is Steve Campion with ABC13. I live in Montrose. I’ve seen your posts about what happened this week at Mandell & Richmond. I’m working on a story for Eyewitness News this afternoon. I’ll be out at Mandell Park around 11AM this morning. If you want to share your experiences & concerns, I’d love to do a quick interview with you all. We’re hoping to raise awareness about the problem. Feel free to message me. Any & all are welcomed. Please come out & say hello. This story only works and change can only come if we all voice our concerns as a community.
Lancaster Place Civic Association is having a general meeting next Wednesday, the 18th, the centerpiece of which will be a discussion of high density transportation options along Richmond. The discussion will be facilitated by representatives from Neartown Association [Kay Warhol] and Richmond Rail. The goal is to gather input from neighborhoods that lie along or near Richmond Avenue to influence Metro’s master plan for Houston’s long-term transportation needs. That input will form the basis for a Montrose-focused forum that Neartown plans to hold with Houston Metro next year. The forum originally planned for next week fell through.
If residents of Mandell Place wish to attend the Lancaster Place Civic Association meeting, they are most certainly welcome. It will be at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Pecore Hall, 1805 West Alabama at 6:30 p.m. Feel free to contact Paul Terry of Lancaster Place Civic Association at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further details.
TONIGHT we have our annual National Night Out Fajita Dinner! We look forward to seeing you! Meet and greet your neighbors and law enforcement and enjoy some delicious fajitas. Come by the fabulous home of our hosts, Jim & Rex Roy @ 1606 Harold from 6:30 to 8:30. There will be a drawing for Greek Fest tickets and a face painter for the kids until 7:30.
In light of the heavy rains expected in the next few days, PLEASE, clear off any debris you see on or anywhere near a storm drain or gutter. It’s much easier and safer to do it now BEFORE IT STARTS raining. It may help save your car or a neighbor’s car from flooding! Stay safe from all of us at Mandell Place Civic Association.
The MPCA Spring Fling is on for tonight! Should be a beautiful evening, 6:30-8:30pm at 1503 Hawthorne. HUGO’s will provide APPETIZERS, and we will supply the drinks, neighbors and BEAUTIFUL weather outside.
DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER expected tonight, the MPCA Spring Fling is POSTPONED until TOMORROW NIGHT, Thursday, May 4th, 6:30-8:30pm at 1503 Hawthorne. HUGO’s will provide APPETIZERS, and we will supply the drinks, neighbors and BEAUTIFUL weather outside.
SEE YOU TOMORROW NIGHT!
Wednesday, May 3rd, 6:30-8:30pm
MPCA Spring Social FIESTA!
CATERED BY HUGO’S!
Skip the cooking on Wednesday, May 3rd! Join your neighbors for our annual Spring Fling Fiesta catered by Hugo’s! As always, renters are welcome as are non-members—come eat, drink, and join MPCA! We will have the latest updates on our neighborhood, Constable Patrol, and goings-on with Montrose planning in general.
TONIGHT! MPCA is sponsoring Music at Twilight on April 5th at 7pm in Mandell Park. This is a great one-hour live music event to enjoy with the whole family.
If you want to come at 6:30pm for a bite before the show, please feel free to bring dinner/potluck/snacks/drinks to share and to enjoy music under the setting sun! We will have MPCA signs up for you to find us!
The April 5th performance is Chicken n Waffles (performed before as Chase and the Hunters, a roots / cool jazz band).
START THE NEW YEAR OFF BY ACTING LOCALLY and coming to the Annual MPCA Membership Meeting, Social, Board Elections on Thursday, January 12th at the beautiful new home of Kim and Mark Lowes at 1517 Marshall, starting at 6:30pm.
We will have the usual spread of delicious food and tasty drinks, as well as a DISCUSSION OF CURRENT DEED RESTRICTIONS for those who are interested in hearing about we neighbors can work together to keep our neighborhood one of the BEST in Houston!
As part of ReBuild Houston, the City of Houston is seeking input for improvements to the Lower Westheimer Corridor. At this public workshop and open house, residents and stakeholders will receive a summary of the survey results and public comment received thus far, and will be asked to consider various options for the corridor. These options will align with the objective and principles for Lower Westheimer. More information about the workshop will be posted to the project website.
The workshop and open house will be held: Wednesday, November 16th 5:00 – 8:00 PM Metropolitan Multi-Services Center 1475 W Gray St
The improved roadway design for Westheimer Road between Shepherd Drive and Bagby Street and for Elgin Street between Bagby and Main Streets will consider the needs of all Houstonians while meeting the goals of ReBuild Houston to preserve and enhance the overall character of the roadway and improve mobility and safety. Results from the study will be incorporated into the final recommendations and design concept for improving the street. The recommended design will be incorporated into the current capital improvement project along Elgin/Westheimer Road between Main Street and Montrose Boulevard. The Lower Westheimer Corridor Study is co-led by the City’s Public Works & Engineering (PWE) and Planning & Development (P&D) Departments, and advised by a Stakeholder Advisory Committee. Please attend the upcoming workshop on November 16 to share your suggestions for the Lower Westheimer Corridor!
To sign up for updates or view additional meeting or project information, please visit lowerwestheimerstudy.org.