TMCC March 2019 General Meeting
Tuesday, March 19th
Sinclair Elementary Cafeteria
Guest Speaker Jeff Masek
City of Houston Capital Projects
Come Early pizza + social
Door Prize $25 Gift Card to Kojak's Fine Foods
Update: Bryce Street Chemical Feed Station
Submitted by Traci Riley
Members of the City of Houston Capital Projects engineering team will be joining us for our March meeting to discuss the updates to and occasional lingering smell from the Bryce Street Chemical Feed Station. Recently completed updates to the facility brought the possibility of area residents being able to breathe a bit easier, but with the wind in the right direction—per my children—“it still stinks!”
At the last meeting with the COH regarding the Bryce odor, residents were encouraged to call 311 when the smell was in the air. This winter's north breeze was a doozy and caused many Timbergrove residents to ask why, as we have in the past.
The COH team managing the facility will give us an update on the facility's improvements and next steps going forward.
Meet the Speaker: Jeff Masek, P.E., Assistant Director, Capital Projects
Jeff has more than 20 years of experience in the public sector. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University, and, as a resident of the Oak Forest area, Jeff is very familiar with the Timbergrove community.
The COH Facilities team primarily manages and delivers the city's Adopted Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) projects of water purification plants, waste-water treatment plants, large-diameter water and waste-water lines from design through construction.
General Meeting | Tuesday, March 19
Sinclair Elementary Cafeteria | 6:30 p.m.