Park Movie Night 27SEP2019

Park Movie Night is scheduled for THIS coming Friday (weather permitting). BYO Snacks & drinks, blankets, lawn chairs, etc.... Any recommendations for the movie???

WCID110 Flood Update

‼️‼️FLOODING UPDATES IN WCID110 ‼️‼️ • 45 South Feeder rd from Louetta to Cypress Oaks: Middle and Right Lanes Flooded • Cypress Oaks Entrance from 45: Completely flooded and stalled Chevy car • Cypress Oaks Dr: Taking on lots of sand • Enchanted Oaks @ Cypress Oaks – Flooded, Passable with trucks, not recommended for small cars • Hendricks Property Driveway parking lot – OK • Forest Oaks Park: Drive in entrance is flooded, walk in entrance, flooded ‼️Joanleigh @ Magic Oaks to Club – FLOODED, Not passable for cars and stock trucks‼️ • Joanleigh @ Cypress Oaks: Entrance of Cypress Lakes: Passable • Tennis Parking Lot: Flooded 6-10”, water about to be on courts • Joanleigh: Infront of wat

Letter from Pct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle

HARRIS COUNTY TAX INCREASE ALERT! Letter from Pct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle Dear Friends: I want to make you aware of an important issue arising from our Harris County Commissioners Court meeting this week. Moments after rejecting my proposal for a property tax cut, a majority of Commissioners Court voted instead to raise your property tax rate to the maximum amount allowed by law without going to the public for approval for the increase. Commissioner Steve Radack and I voted against this tax increase; County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Commissioners Rodney Ellis and Adrian Garcia voted in favor. If given final approval next month, your new tax rate would be 65.26 cents per $100 assessed valuatio

HARRIS COUNTY PROPERTY TAX INCREASE!

FROM: STATE SENATOR PAUL BETTENCOURT - HARRIS COUNTY PROPERTY TAX INCREASE! Harris County Commissioners Court Advances Double Digit Property Tax Bill Hike Despite a record increasing tax roll of a half trillion, Commissioners Raise Property Tax Rate with 3-2 Vote Houston, Texas - During the recent Harris County Commissioner Court meeting, the commissioners proposed a massive double digit property tax rate increase. On the average home, slightly under $180,000 in taxable value, this means a 12% ($131) increase on their Fall 2019 property tax bill. For revenue into county coffers, this is an astonishing 10%+ proposed increase, or over $200 million, because they have proposed raising the

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