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The City of Seabrook’s

e-Update February 2011 Volume 3, Issue 2

From the City Manager

2011 will be the start of several large or significant projects that have been in the works for several years: Repsdorph Road Improvements - Harris County should approve the start of this project within the next 45 days. During the first phase of the project Repsdorph from Loch Lake to NASA Parkway will become a one-way southbound road. Once started, the project timeline estimate is 16-18 months. Lakeside Extension (City Project): This project is underway and will extend the current Lakeside Drive another 700 feet. The project should be completed within 90 days and will allow Lakeside Drive to be ready to tie into the Repsdorph project. Lower Pine Gully Improvement Project: This is a joint City and Port project that will be accomplished along with the Galveston Bay Foundation. This involves the removal of the silt currently in the lower region of Pine Gully as well as wetland improvements and a breakwater structure to prevent future silting in the area. The breakwater structure is a CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) project. This project is in final permit review by the Corps of Engineers. If all goes well and permit is issued, this project will be completed within the first six months of this year. (Continued next page)

Waterfront Drive Improvement: This is one of the CDBG and Economic Development Administration grant projects estimated at $6.5 million that is in final environmental review by the TDRA. We expect the environmental review to be complete within the next 45 days. Once complete, we should have permission to start the full project. We have already started the permit process with the Corps of Engineers along with a major portion of the final design. Generator Installation at Water Well Sites: This is a major CDBG grant project that is also in final environmental review and should be ready to start within 60 days. This will allow installation of a large generator at each of our three water well sites totaling $ 1.3 million. Street Rehabilitation Project: This is another CDBG project that will involve major street reconstruction to many of our City streets that were affected by the tidal surge or Hurricane Ike. We should now have clearance to start these projects within the next 90 days. This will involve $ 2.6 million in street rehabilitation. Heat and Air Conditioner City Hall Project: The installation part of this project is complete with the contractor now doing adjustments to make the unit work correctly. City Hall/Fire Station Energy Improvements: This is the $ 50,000 Energy Grant we’ve received and now have permission to start which will convert existing lighting to energy efficient lighting in City Hall and the Fire Station.

Annual Trash Bash , Saturday, March 26 Parking Free parking under the Highway 146 Bridge Registration Please come to the Boat Ramp area to register for the event. Every participant will be required to sign a registration form that includes a liability release section. Minors must have the form signed by a parent or guardian. School groups should get registration forms in advance, complete them and bring them to the event to minimize waiting time. You can print the registration form off the Trash Bash website. Please call (281) 4742333 if you have problems printing the form. Area to be Cleaned Seabrook parks and waterways. This site is a land and water-based cleanup. The work takes place at various parks and waterways around Seabrook. Schedule for the Day 8:30 am - 9:00 am 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 1:00 pm

Registration at the Boat Ramp Site Debris Cleanup (see Safety Instructions) Free lunch served by the Rotary Club, recognition of sponsors, exhibits to learn about our watershed, music entertainment, door prizes, souvenirs. Youth/scout activities to earn participation patch.

Seabrook Lucky Trails Marathon Saturday, March 19, 2011 • Half Marathon - 7:30 A.M. • 2 person Half Marathon Relay - 7:30 A.M. Sunday - March 20, 2011 • Marathon - 7:15 A.M. • Half Marathon - 7:30 A.M. • 4 person Marathon Relay - 7:15 A.M. • Early start for Full Marathon Walkers - 5:30 A.M. Registration for 2011 is Open!!! Go to:

The Sam Houston Area Council will join forces with the Souper Bowl of Caring to transform the time around the Super Bowl into a grassroots movement led by youth that helps to fight hunger in the community. Scouts will serve as the door-to-door effort and visit area homes on Saturday, January 29 to leave notices about the most needed items. They will return Saturday, February 5th to collect those items at each home. Cub Scout Pack 389 will be participating in this Council-wide service project on Jan 29th and Feb 5th in the following Seabrook neighborhoods: Lakepointe Forest; Mystic Village; Seabrook Island. Pack 389 is in the Bayshore District of the Sam Houston Area Council (SHAC) and serves Nassau Bay, Seabrook, El Lago, and Taylor Lake Village. More information is available online at . For more information on local programs, contact us at

3rd Annual Rabies Awareness Vaccine Clinic Free Rabies Vaccines February 26, 2011 9am-1pm (First come first serve) Located at: Pet Medical Center & the Majestic Pet Hotel 1913 NASA Parkway, Seabrook, TX 77586 Nancy Adams, D.V.M 281-326-2832 ~Open to the Public~ ~Adoptions Available~ ~Entertainment~ ~Regular Price Vet Care~

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