Author Archives: EdBrowne

New Beginnings

Dear RAF Supporters, After 11 years as Chair of Residents Against Flooding, Ed Browne is stepping down.  There are over …Read the Rest

RAF BACKS CITY OF HOUSTON’S NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPERS

Houston (July 24, 2020): Residents Against Flooding (RAF) is pleased that the City of Houston’s Planning and Development Department has …Read the Rest

Precinct 3 Commissioner’s Race; Questions About Flooding

Residents Against Flooding, the oldest nonprofit in Houston working to prevent unnecessary flooding, wants to know the flood prevention platforms …Read the Rest

RAF’s October 1st Candidate Forum – Check out our Videos and Comments below

Congressional Candidates Todd Litton and Dan Crenshaw to address flooding at Residents Against Flooding event; Bill King to speak on …Read the Rest

Slate Covers the Pine Crest Mess

And the Waters Will Prevail What if Houston’s survival depends not just on withstanding a flood, but on giving in …Read the Rest

From the Wall Street Journal: After Harvey, Houston Hopes to Boost Flood Defenses With $2.5 Billion Bond

By: Dan Frosch Aug. 5, 2018 8:00 a.m. ET A man carries salvaged food from his flooded two story home …Read the Rest

RAF – Supreme Court Petition for Writ of Certiorari

RAF – Supreme Court Petition for Writ of Certiorari

In RAF litigation, there is a narrow, but possible, path to Supreme Court review. In the panel decision, the Fifth …Read the Rest

Moot Point, Indeed!

Frostwood’s Bruce Nichols was a guest writer for Gray Matters Houston Chronicle column on June 13, 2017.  Residents Against Flooding (RAF) …Read the Rest

Missing links

DropBox has eliminated its Public folder, which we used to link a number of our documents and pictures to our website. …Read the Rest

Save the Date

Save the Date

SAVE THE DATE – JUNE 20, 2017, EVENING Dr. Sam Brody Tuesday, June 20 at 7 PM – 8 PM …Read the Rest

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