Monday, November 22, 2010

SHX POA Members / Homeowners Meeting on 12/6 7:00 pm

Southampton Extension Property Owners Association
Ann Hightower, President
2341 Quenby Road
Houston, TX 77005

November 9, 2010

Dear Neighbors:

The annual meeting of SHX POA will be held Monday, December 6, at 7:00 p.m. in the IBC second-floor meeting room.

The meeting agenda will be as follows:

• Election of new officers, beginning with nominations from the floor. Existing officers propose the following slate for 2011:
President - Ann Hightower
Vice-President - Sam Lasseter
Secretary - Melissa Hall
Treasurer Jack Townsend
Legal Advisor - Chanse McLeod

• Financial report -- Jack Townsend

• Southampton BOCA report - Joe Santamaria

• Council member Clutterbuck's news - Jon Newport, Chief of Staff

• Explanation of dues billing process - Jack Townsend

• Announcement of dues increase per POA petition of 10%, to $30.25/year - Jack Townsend

If you have other issues you wish to discuss at the meeting, there will be time at the end set aside
for comments from the floor.

We hope to see all of you at this important meeting.

Ann Hightower

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Update on Morningside Sidewalk

Email from Anne Clutterbuck, Houston City Council District C

From: DistrictC@houstontx.gov
To: [Misc]
Sent: 11/1/2010 11:20:00 A.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: Sidewalks on Morningside between Rice Blvd. and Bissonnet

Dear Neighbors,

I know many of you have been eager to see improvements made to the sidewalks on Morningside between Rice Blvd. and Bissonnet, and I am pleased to announce that at long last that construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2011. Why the long wait? The project was delayed to allow Public Works to incorporate an asphalt street overlay into the plans. This is great news since our request for an overlay or reconstruction had been denied in the past. While an exact start date is contingent on final design drawings, we are optimistic that work will begin early next year. I look forward to seeing Houston’s pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists make use of these much needed improvements.

Regards, Anne Clutterbuck