MISSOURI CITY RECYCLING CENTER. Now accepts clear and colored GLASS. For instructions and information contact: CITY Forester, Paul Wierzbicki, 281-403-8645 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RECYCLING CENTER ADDRESS: 1919 Scanlin Road. (In CITY HALL area.)
HIKE & BIKE TRAIL (“traffic-FREE”) Runs from Mosely Park (FM 1092) to Oyster Creek Park (Hwy 6). Information for your “hiking log”: distance a-foot from Mosely to Dulles on the Oyster Creek Trail in Missouri City it’s 2.36 miles. From Dulles along the Sugar Land Trail to the Oyster Creek parking lot bridge is .82 mile. Total 3.18 miles (Courtesy of Randy Troxell, Parks Department, Missouri City.)
TRAFFIC LIGHT NEEDS CHECKING. Location? FM 2234/TX Prkway @ street into city hall/library. CITY says it appears the signal is receiving a false call during night hours. They are working on a solution.
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Missouri City Community Center. The decking for the second floor is ready to be laid out.
POWER ISSUES? Email to the PROUD HOTLINE (QVPROUD@aol.com: * your street address * dates & times outages occurred. Was it a “blip”, had to “reset clocks” or “several plus” hours. This information will be forwarded directly to the CENTERPOINT supervisor of the QV area.
YARD IN VIOLATION? The Lawn is nothing but weeds and thistles. I contacted the HOA and CITY to check it out.
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