Saturday, June 23, 2012

大夏普斯堂管理委員會主席李雄與市議員Mike Laster 委員會主任Bill Calderon邀請大家參加百利大道工程開工前說明會前


The Southwest Houston Redevelopment Authority (SHRA) recently entered into an agreement with the City of Houston to finance the reconstruction of Bellaire Boulevard, from Mary Bates to Rogerdale.   With the approval of this agreement, the Authority has transferred $25 million dollars to the city to finance this important reconstruction project.  This project will likely begin before the end of August, 2012 and will include a full reconstruction of the Bellaire corridor, and will also include the upgrading of intersections at Mary Bates, Gessner, Ranchester, Corporate, and Beltway 8.  The project will also add a new lighted intersection at Pella to assist with traffic movement into both St. Agnes and Strake Jesuit schools.
The project will replace a large diameter water line along the corridor and will also improve the storm drainage system along the corridor.  Information about this project has been made available to the general public in many community meetings over the last several years.  In order to provide everyone along the corridor an opportunity to receive an update and briefing about the project prior to beginning construction, the City of Houston Public Works Department, the SHRA, in conjunction with City Councilmen Michael Laster-District J, and Al Hoang-District F, will host two public meetings; one for area residents, and one for area commercial property owners.  Following are the details:

For Area Residents
Date: July 10. 2012
Location:  Sharpstown Community Center, located at 6600 Harbor Town.
Time:  6:30-8:00PM

For Commercial Property Owners
Date:  July 12, 2012
Location:  Chinese Community Center, located at 9800 Town Park Drive.
Time:  6:30-8:00PM

We want to provide an opportunity for you to become familiar with the project scope, timeline, impact and benefit prior to undertaking the project.  We also want to provide you an opportunity to ask and receive answers to any questions you might before construction begins.  Please come and join us for this important briefing.

Bill Calderon
Executive Director

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