Bryce Street

Meet the Speakers

Lisa Kasianowitz, Outreach Manager of Houston Parks Board, will give a Bayou Greenways 2020 Project update.  Lisa joined the Houston Parks Board in March 2015. As the Outreach Manager, she connects the Houston Parks Board with community-focused and civic-minded groups as well as elected officials and partners to receive their input and inform them about […]

By | 2016-08-21T19:10:39+00:00 August 21st, 2016|Events, Meeting Notice, Neighborhood Meetings|Comments Off on Meet the Speakers

What’s the Bryce St. Stink About?

by Jennifer Vickers & Lorraine Cherry

After at least three decades of concern about the Bryce Street Chemical Feed Station, located just west of the intersection of West TC Jester and West 11th Street, the last three years have brought significant progress in understand and addressing the cause of the stench emanating from the City facility.  […]

By | 2016-03-06T22:30:45+00:00 December 28th, 2015|Environmental Affairs|Comments Off on What’s the Bryce St. Stink About?

Meet Our Speaker: January Meeting

Joseph Myers is the Senior Assistant Director, Construction Branch, of the City’s Public Works & Engineering Department.   He will speak about the Bryce Chemical Feed Station Rebuild, the efficacy of the improvements as well as the beautification and landscaping plans for the site at the January TMCC meeting.

A graduate of the University of Houston, […]

By | 2015-12-28T15:31:34+00:00 December 28th, 2015|Environmental Affairs, Meeting Notice, Neighborhood Meetings|Comments Off on Meet Our Speaker: January Meeting

Update – Bryce Chemical Feed Station at Bryce & 11th Street

By Darlene Wayt

Update 07/20/2015: Per an email blast from CM Cohen dated 6-5-15, Council awarded a contract to Industrial TX Corporation for upgrades that include two new biological odor control treatment systems and fans, chemical feed systems and three new chemical storage tanks, the contract duration is set for 360 days.

 

 

Update 03/11/2015: This is now on the Rebuild Houston […]

By | 2015-09-09T14:42:18+00:00 June 11th, 2015|Environmental Affairs, Updates|Comments Off on Update – Bryce Chemical Feed Station at Bryce & 11th Street