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Tomorrow: San Jacinto River Watershed Community Meeting
News Release
Monday, July 09, 2018

Houston - Council Member Dave Martin would like to make Lake Houston residents aware that Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) will be hosting the San Jacinto River Watershed Community Meeting to discuss the upcoming Harris County bond election tomorrow, Tuesday, July 10, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Kingwood Park High School, 4015 Woodland Hills, Kingwood, Texas, 77345. 

To see the proposed flood reduction projects for the San Jacinto River Watershed, please follow this link. If you are unable to attend the meetings you may also submit your comments online to HCFCD. For more information, please contact Harris County Flood Control District Bond Program Hotline at 713-684-4107. 

To prepare the community for the HCFCD Bond Meeting, the Lake Houston Area Chamber has launched a new Plea campaign, #PleaforDDG. The goal of this movement is to create awareness for the need to dredge, create detention, and build needed flood control infrastructure on the Lake Houston Spillway Dam. 

Please make sure that you check out the new #PleaforDDG on the Chamber's website. There are many resources available for residents to take advantage of including the below one pager that outlines the needs for the Lake Houston Area. This same handout can also be turned in at the upcoming meeting and will be accepted as community feedback.

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