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HELP STOP ILLEGAL DUMPING IN THE COMMUNITY!
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW RECOGNIZES THE TRUCK OR THE MEN BELOW,
PLEASE CONTACT THE WHITE OAK TERRACE BOARD.
WANTED FOR ILLEGALLY DUMPING TREE & WASTE ON RESIDENTS PROPERTY
CONCRETE BATCH PLANT
Update from Jarvis Johnsons Office
Images Presented by Soto Ready Mix of the Proposed Plant
The official permit application notice for the Soto Concrete Batch Plant (Soto Ready Mix @ 3411 De Soto Street) has been issued. Permit Number: 151715.
Videos on Concrete Batch Plants
(These videos are informative and pertaining to Concrete Batch Plants as a whole and are not confirmed to be what Soto Ready Mix will look or run like...but close to it.)
Community Groups and Houses of Worship Unite for Houston Paying It Forward:
Hurricane Michael Donation Drive
HOUSTON - In the spirit of Paying it Forward, Mayor Sylvester Turner is asking Houstonians to donate Hurricane Michael relief supplies.
The Houston Relief Hub and area Houses of Worship will serve as donation collection sites to help provide items to Panama City and Mexico Beach, Florida.
“I have personally spoken with mayors and faith-based representatives on the east coast who say the need is great,” Mayor Turner said. “Houston remembers when communities across the country came to our assistance after Harvey. Therefore, I am asking those who can donate to help with this effort. We will continue to show the world that we are Houston Strong and Houstonians have big hearts.”
Last month, Mayor Turner, the Relief Hub and the U.S. Conference of Mayors successfully coordinated the Pay It Forward Relief Response for Hurricane Florence, sending donations and supplies to the coastal areas.
A list of collection sites is located below. Please also include:
St. Monica Catholic Church, 8421 W. Montgomery Rd., from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
In addition to donations, the Hub requests volunteers to assist with coordination, sorting, and loading.
If you can volunteer, please email email@example.com with the day and time you can help.
Volunteer shifts will be 9 a.m.-Noon, Noon-3 p.m. and 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday.
HOUSTON 311 HELP & INFO App
Want easy access to HOUSTON 311 HELP & INFO? Download the app for your smartphone device today!
Where do I get the 311 app?
Follow the link below to install the app. OR if you have Barcode scanner installed on your Smartphone, scan the barcode below:
- Google Android Install application (opens in new window)
For more information please click on the "MORE INFO" button below.
WOT NNO 2018 Slideshow
LOCAL COMMUNITY INFO - STAY INFORMED!
HPD Postive Interaction Program - Citizens & Police Friendship Through Education
HPD - Crime Prevention Tips
PIP - Further Info
Need legal help for flood related issues?
The State Bar of Texas legal hotline — (800) 504-7030 — helps people find answers to basic legal questions by connecting them with local legal aid providers following declared disasters. The toll-free hotline — answered in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese— is designed to connect low-income people affected by a disaster with legal aid providers in their area who can help with such issues as replacing lost documents, insurance questions, landlord-tenant problems, and consumer protection issues such as price-gouging and avoiding contractor scams in the rebuilding process. Callers can leave a message any time. People who qualify for assistance will be matched with Texas lawyers who have volunteered to provide free, limited legal help.
If you need a lawyer, contact the State Bar’s Lawyer Referral & Information Service at (800) 252-9690 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.
Citizens may also call Lone Star Legal Aid intake number at 713-652-0077.
Texas Legal Answers — texaslegalanswers.org — is a free online legal advice clinic that allows Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey to post questions about their civil legal issues and receive answers from volunteer attorneys.
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