Hopefully the rained has stopped for a couple
of days so we can dry out. This note is
being written on September 19th as it has rained
virtually nonstop for 3 days. We were
constantly checking the gullies on east border
behind Kroger, west border near Chasemore and
the Champions Gully that separates the golf
driving range from the tennis courts at
Raveneaux. The PUD spent over $100,000
clearing and repairing this gully a couple of
years ago. Good news our drains worked
well plus Champion Forest Drive Bridge was never
threatened with closure.
Speaking of drains in a different matter, my
landscaper noticed a sinkhole in the corner of
my yard near a manhole and the storm drain on
the street. It is possible the integrity of the
road was threatened. I reported as such on the
Harris County Website and the very next day,
they flagged it. Less than 3 weeks later,
Harris County repaired it. You wouldn’t
believe how much cement they needed to fill the
hole. Kudos to the County on their
Over Labor Day a major water break occurred
on Champion Forest Drive near Landau. This
repair will take a while and temporarily may
affect traffic. Be careful in the area.
Again, we want to thank Trees for Houston,
for donating 150 trees to Cypress Forest Park
and Belleterra for their installation.
The PUD wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving.