Category Archives: Government

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

2016 Annual Meeting

Residents Against Flooding, Annual Meeting June 29, 2016 (Wednesday), 7:00 PM Memorial Middle School 12550 Vindon Drive, Houston, 77024 Residents …Read the Rest

Recent Gray Matters Editorial by RAF Board Members

Recent Gray Matters Editorial by RAF Board Members

  Don’t blame Mother Nature for flooding. Blame City Council. The disasters are predictable. Why aren’t we preventing them? By …Read the Rest

SN Alliance Chapter 9 Talking Points for April 1, 2014 TTI meeting

Update 11/6/14: Chapter 9 released The Public Works and Engineering Department has released the long awaited Chapter 9 revisions of …Read the Rest

A fee in lieu of detention? No thanks. There’s a better way.

Since May, the Super Neighborhood Alliance and the City of Houston were supposed to be discussing changes to Chapter 9 …Read the Rest

Chapter 9 Revision Review

Update (3/29/14) CM Larry Green has put Chapter 9 on his Agenda for the TTI Committee meeting on Tuesday April …Read the Rest

Chapter 42 was passed

Chapter 42 of the City of Houston, Code of Ordinances passed as proposed by the Mayor’s administration with minor amendments …Read the Rest

A final Chapter 42 editorial

On Wednesday April 24, 2013, the Houston City Council will vote on Chapter 42.  Citizens will have one last opportunity …Read the Rest

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