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Constables and 911
– If you are in a life-threatening situation, call 911.  If non-life-threatening, call the Pct. 4 Constable Dispatcher at 281-376-3472.  Pct. 4 constables provide a vacation watch wherein they'll check on your home from time to time while you are gone.  To sign-up, go to www.CD4.HCTX.net, click on Online Services, scroll down to Vacation Watch and click on it.  From the subdivision dropdown list select Reid Road Municipal Utility District.  Then follow directions from there. 


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Elections to HOA Board
– Keith Austin, Sylvia Teague and Judy Callaway were re-elected to the board for the 2014 term.   They thank you for your votes and the board thanks you for your participation.


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Fireworks
– Do be careful with fireworks and be respectful of your neighbors.  Be sure to clean-up the trash resulting from your fireworks displays.


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HOA Board e-mail address
:  To send an e-mail directly to the board, go to this document

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What is a community association (HOA) and why does it exist?
  All homeowners are encouraged to read the following document.  Why HOA exists?


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Home Improvements
  - Prior to making any home improvements to the outside of your home, be sure to read the ACC Guidelines to ensure that your improvements conform to the HBTM HOA standards of construction, visual appeal, uniformity, and design.  It is your responsibility to forward the ACC Form to the management company at least thirty (30) days before beginning your home improvements.  The rules require that you have approval by the ACC Committee prior to beginning the work on your home.  If the homeowner makes an improvement that does not meet the stated ACC guidelines, the board has the legal right to enforce compliance.  If you have any questions about home improvements, please contact our property manager at ACMP.

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Lights not shining in common areas
– If you notice that the light on a light pole is not shinning, please record the pole number and contact Center Point Energy (713-207-2222) to report the outage. 


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Monthly Board Meetings

Monthly HBTM HOA board meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Reid Road MUD #1 Building, 11245 Harvest Bend Blvd (just off of Windfern). You are invited to attend and an agenda is provided for your information.   If you would like to receive monthly reminders of these meetings, send an e-mail from this document to the HOABoard


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Reward Offered
 


 







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Safety


 

Things to do around your home to improve safety


 



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Trash cans and trash bags
– Per HBTM Rules and Regulations, Section 13, “Per HTM Rules and Regulations, “Trash, garbage or other waste materials shall not be kept except in sanitary containers constructed of metal, plastic or masonry materials with sanitary covers or lids. Containers for the storage of trash, garbage and other waste materials must be stored out of public view.” 

 

Animals and/or vandals are destroying the light-weight trash bags that some of you are currently using and spreading your garbage in the streets; therefore, the board respectfully requests that you no longer use these light-weight trash bags (particularly the grocery-type bags).  Further, the board is restating the trash policy to add some flexibility. Per the rule stated above, only trash cans should be used; however, the board understands that many of you put lawn clippings into black heavy-weight garbage bags. Therefore, the following applies:



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Recycling Program

In conjunction with WCA, HBTM participates in the residential recycling program.

Use the blue containers that were provided by WCA. If you don’t have one, call

WCA at 281-368-8397. The following items are accepted for recycling:


ITEMS NOT accepted for recycling: Glass (bottles, light bulbs, plates, cups, cookware,

windows), plastic bags, Styrofoam and packing peanuts, take-out containers, pizza

boxes, containers of hazardous/toxic material, tissue, paper towels, carbon paper,

paper milk/juice boxes (waxy boxes), toys, coat hangers, electronic devices, chemicals, and food waste.


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