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Bob Schwartz of Marilyn Estates
By rg on November 28, 2016
Bob was a long time leader and neighbor who died November 19, 2016. For more information about Bob and a link to his obituary, please see out News section.
 
Very high water bill
By Alejandro Zambra on November 21, 2016
We are charged for 31,000 gallons of water usage in 30 days. Bill is $425.00.
This is quite unusual for us, have no leaks.
Anyone else with similar problem?
Thanks
Alex Zambra
5631 Lymbar Dr.
 
Violation Notice posted
By rgmyers on May 27, 2016
A copy of our Violation Notice has been posted to our Documents/Forms page for use by Board Members to help protect our neighborhood by notifying residents of situations that are not properly observing our published Deed Restrictions.
 

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BSCC Homeowners Meeting
Thursday, December 8th, 7:00-9:00 pm
The agenda for the meeting will include election of officers for the coming year. If you cannot attend, please be sure to deliver your proxy to your street director so we will have a quorum for the election! Information about your street director is available on the website.
 

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Robert Schwartz
Posted on Nov 28th, 2016 Comments (0)
A man who gave his time and expertise for years to better the entire Meyerland, Westbury, Marilyn Estates & SW Houston area has died. Bob Schwartz recently had the gazebo at Willow Waterhole named in his honor. He also was active in Brays Bayou Association, served as president of the Marilyn Estates Association, and was highly respected by both elected officials and those who worked in both county & U.S. government to help solve SW Houston's flooding issues. Please read his obit and consider attending his memorial service next Sunday afternoon.
 
Hillcroft Petition
Posted on Sep 30th, 2016 Comments (0)
Our President, Kristin Reeves, has the following message:
 
I discussed this at the homeowners meeting last night.  I think this is the last day to sign the petition but letters can still be sent if you desire.  The petition is just one step.  In addition you can make comments directly to pweplanning@houstontx.gov. and reference   Hillcroft Reconstruction Project (CIP#N-1000012).  
 
Stop Hillcroft from becoming six lanes & affecting our residential quality of life.
 
Click here to go to the petition and read and sign it online.
 
HIllcroft Expansion Plans
Posted on Aug 29th, 2016 Comments (0)
The City of Houston has plans for the expansion of Hillcroft to six lanes. In our lates t Board Meeting, the impact that this expansion could have on residents of Barkley Square was discussed beiefly. The Jewish Herald Voice recently published a letter proposing that the City redirect the funds allocated for this expansion to other projects that would provide greater benefit to the city and less disruption to our neighborhood. The letter is provided here for the benefit of out residents who wish to stay informed about this project.
 
New information from our Constables' office
Posted on Aug 6th, 2016 Comments (0)
Lieutenant Mitch Hutter of our Harris County Constables Office Pct. 5 office has just provided us with some new information of interest to residents. One flyer provides a short description of free programs available through the constables, while the other is a more complete description of the Rape Aggression Defense program of particular interest to the women of our community. Our thanks to Lieutenant Hutter and all the staff of their office for their continuing suport!
 
Houston Subsidence
Posted on Jun 5th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Chronicle has an interesting article with interactive maps discussing and illustrating the issue of subsidence in Harris County. If this link requires you to log in and you do not subscribe to the Chronicle, you can try searching for "Houston losing ground Harden". Which should bring you to an accessible copy of the article.
 
Perspective on Houston flooding
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2016 Comments (0)
The history of Houston and flooding is rather startling to learn. The problem goes much farther back and is more profound than most of us realize. The Chronicle has it explained thoroughly in a recent article that is worthwhile reading for every resident of this great city!
 
Flood Recovery Information
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2016 Comments (0)
This was created by a neighbor and posted to NextDoor. It is being reposted here as a convenience to our neighbors. It was also sent out via CitizensNet  (the City of Houston eNewsletter) to residents who subscribe to that newsletter.
 
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Flooding Article
Posted on Apr 21st, 2016 Comments (0)
For those interested in current discussions about flooding in the area and what might be done about it, the Houston Chronicle recently published an article prepared by an interest group, Residents Against Flooding, seeking to fix the blame for the current situation. Click on the link to see the article.
 
This link is provided as information for residents and does not represent an endorsement of the opinions expressed in the article.
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Westbury Estates information
Posted on Apr 6th, 2016 Comments (0)
Image of Westview Manor homes similar to those planned for Westbury Estates
David Weekley Homes has purchased the school tract on the west side of Mullins at Lymbar and will build 44 single family homes there over the next several years. The image above shows homes in Westview Manor similar to those planned for Westbury Estates,
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Where you can recycle glass
Posted on Mar 24th, 2016 Comments (0)
Houston's new recycling deal eliminates glass from the curbside recycling program, but residents still may drop off glass containers at the following neighborhood facilities near Barkley Square:
  • 10785 Southwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77074. Map
  • 5900 Westpark, Houston.  Map
The City has provided more information here on the web.
 

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