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East Montgomery County Mobility Plan Seeks Public Input

East Montgomery County Mobility Plan Seeks Public Input

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by: NewCaneyDotCom Active Indicator LED Icon Site Admin  OP 
~ 11 mos ago   Aug 21, '20 12:59pm  
East Montgomery County Mobility Plan Seeks Public Input
 
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This is a reminder to let your voice be heard! Please leave your thoughts for TXDOT in the link below!
 
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE:
 
We are conducting a virtual public hearing regarding the East Montgomery County Thoroughfare Plan and will be accepting comments until August 28, 2020. Please check the following link to view the EMC Thoroughfare Plan and leave your feedback: emcmp-virtual-bgegis .hub.arcgis.com/
 
The purpose of the virtual public meeting is to gather public input on the sub-regional mobility study for Montgomery County Precinct 4. The virtual meeting will consist of a narrated presentation by the project team, project exhibits and other information, and an opportunity to comment.
 
Comments must be received on or before Friday, August 28, 2020 to be a part of the official meeting record.
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otto Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 11 mos ago   Aug 22, '20 10:20am  
I really hate to see the Galaxy Blvd exit from Tx99 (Grand Parkway). That's gonna become a major thoroughfare through our quiet part of the county.
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~ 11 mos ago   Aug 24, '20 3:18pm  
I really hate to see the Galaxy Blvd exit from Tx99 (Grand Parkway). That's gonna become a major thoroughfare through our quiet part of the county.
 
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That will be a big change for that area. Maybe more of those lots with the British sounding names will get sold and developed now?
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~ 11 mos ago   Aug 25, '20 11:39am  
@NewCaneyDotCom, maybe you haven't been back there lately. If you're referring to the colonias where Kings Colony used to be, those lots are already mostly sold and occupied. A few have permanent structures, but most are just parked trailers. Water and sanitation in that area are pretty "iffy." It's not particularly picturesque back there. I suspect somebody high up in the county hierarchy must have money invested in that "project." Efforts to get the county involved in cleaning up that area have gone nowhere.
 
Meanwhile, implements of destruction are busy clearing streets and marking lot boundaries in the wooded area bounded by Dogwood, Appian Way, Country Club, and Roman Forest Blvd.
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~ 11 mos ago   Aug 27, '20 2:03pm  
@otto :
Interesting...I haven't been back there in a year or so.
I guess I assumed they weren't sold because there always a bunch of lots over there for sale on Zillow, and the infrastructure is so "iffy" that it's not well developed yet...the roads were also pretty terrible...
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Solster Active Indicator LED Icon  New Member
~ 11 mos ago   Sep 1, '20 4:34pm  
Just missed it, I just saw this today, this what I get for notes checking weekly. Well, rather than just adding more and more streets or widening main roads we need to get to the root of the problem.
 
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One of them is these tight-nit enclosed suburban neighborhoods that build with card board houses that sit in the middle of nowhere or that lack of connecting surface streets and sidewalks that go no where, and don't get me started on how these soulless developers build on marsh land that ruins drainage for everyone else . we can go on and on about this.
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