New database requirements must be added to capture such things as parking lot and underground detention systems. Currently, when parking lot detention is encountered a redeveloper can easily claim that it is Grandfathered concrete because there is no accessible place where this information is kept. Adopt and enforce policies promoting transparency, for example, stop printing then scanning documents to prevent electronic searching.
Background and Calendar
- 2016 Annual Meeting for Residents Against Flooding
- A Plan to Mitigate Flooding in Houston
- About RAF Lawsuit
- April 2009 Flooding and Its Causes
- Briar Branch Creek, new detention and the Bunker Hill Bridge
- Citizen’s Petition to Stop Houston Flooding
- Flood Czar and HCFCD Exec Director “not worsening conditions”
- From the Wall Street Journal: After Harvey, Houston Hopes to Boost Flood Defenses With $2.5 Billion Bond
- Houston City Council – Agenda and Public Comments
- Houston’s Development Practices Leave Region Prone to Flooding
- Houston, we have a problem!
- Mayoral Candidates Provide Their Answers to Houston Flooding
- RAF calendar of events
- Rebuttal to “Boomtown, Flood Town” Reconsidered: An Engineer’s View
- Sylvester Turner’s Flood Policy
- Things you can do to minimize flood damage
- TIRZ Annexation Plan
- Tony Buzbee Statement on Flood Prevention for Residents Against Flooding
- UNITING NORTH & SOUTH SIDE HOMEOWNERS
- Will You Support the War Effort?