Tanglewilde Property Owners - Houston

Tanglewilde Property Owners - Houston A page for the homeowners and residents of Tanglewilde - a deed-restricted subdivision five miles west of the Galleria in West Houston
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Tanglewilde Property Owners Association is the governing board of Tanglewilde Subdivision. As a resident of Tanglewilde, you have the right to assure all persons within Tanglewilde are in compliance with the Deed Restrictions (DR’s) of their section. Tanglewilde Subdivision was built in 8 sections. Each section has Deed Restrictions that are designated for that section. While most of the DR’s are similar in nature, there are minor differences in some cases. For example, Sections 1 and 4 are the only sections that allow 2 story homes. While TPOA accepts the differences in the DR’s, we do use the power that is granted to us by the “Architecture Control” clause. In the “Architecture Control” clause the board is able to grant alterations to the dwelling being proposed or altered to a property in Tanglewilde. So if a property owner from one of the other section (2, 3, 5, 6, 7, or 8) would like to consider building a 2-story home, TPOA can grant that permission. Keep in mind, this clause does not allow the board to change or alter the set-back of any lot in Tanglewilde. If you have any questions about the DR’s, please feel free to contact the board via phone or email.

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Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
10/02/2019
Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

Delegates of the Harris County AFL-CIO unanimously voted to support a petition calling on Mayor Sylvester Turner to arbitrate an end to his three-year political and legal campaign against Houston firefighters. You too can sign the petition here:
http://chng.it/gL8KZSFLbv

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
08/31/2019
Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

In a rebuke of Mayor Sylvester Turner, 55 percent of the Harris County Labor Assembly voted to not endorse him for reelection. The word is getting out on Turner’s political and legal attacks on firefighter families and on voter-approved workplace protections.
https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/amp/Harris-County-AFL-CIO-declines-to-endorse-in-14403622.php?utm_campaign=CMS%2BSharing%2BTools%2B(Premium)&utm_source=UTMSOURCE&utm_medium=UTMMEDIUM&__twitter_impression=true

Houston Chronicle: "Turner, firefighters set for third try at mediation to resolve pay dispute."
08/01/2019
Turner, firefighters set for third try at mediation to resolve pay dispute

Houston Chronicle: "Turner, firefighters set for third try at mediation to resolve pay dispute."

Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Houston firefighters union are headed back to mediation Thursday under an order from the 14th Court of Appeals, the latest attempt to settle a pay dispute that has covered much of Turner's first term in office.

07/31/2019
Houston Fire Department

Houston Fire Department

The Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association Charitable Foundation is presenting HFD with their donation of an active shooter training kit and Arson response vehicles.

Last week, HFD responded to 6,650 incidents (5,779 EMS service calls & 871 fire service calls)
07/31/2019

Last week, HFD responded to 6,650 incidents (5,779 EMS service calls & 871 fire service calls)

Last week, HFD responded to 6,650 incidents (5,779 EMS service calls & 871 fire service calls)

07/30/2019
ABC13-Ted Oberg

Citizens dealing with damages from Harvey are now being given the run around when trying to get help from the City and $1.2 Billion that are supposed to help them recover from the Storm that happened nearly 2 years ago.

City records show 1,100 people have applied for Harvey housing aid. Four have received help. We investigate. (Read more: https://abc13.com/5368246/)

07/29/2019
KPRC2 / Click2Houston

Floor collapses at building site, just north of Downtown Houston.

LIVE: Floor collapses at building site, just north of Downtown Houston.

It’s Election Day, have you done your civic duty? Keep in mind, this election contains HCC and HISD School Board Trustee...
11/07/2017

It’s Election Day, have you done your civic duty? Keep in mind, this election contains HCC and HISD School Board Trustee spots and it’s a State, County, and City heavy Proportions Ballot. Know your Props before you go. Tanglewilde will once again vote at Waldo Emerson Elementary located at 9533 Skyline in the neighborhood south of Richmond Ave.

Come check out the Pop-up Astros Shop at the Westpark and Southwest Fwy at the Houston Chronicle building! When you see ...
11/02/2017

Come check out the Pop-up Astros Shop at the Westpark and Southwest Fwy at the Houston Chronicle building! When you see the Texas Sports nation van, you know you're there.

If you're planning to eat at Fadi's, go North or West and not East. The Westheimer/Dunvale location is locked out and ma...
11/01/2017
Original Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill Locked Out After 20 Years on Westheimer | Swamplot

If you're planning to eat at Fadi's, go North or West and not East. The Westheimer/Dunvale location is locked out and may not reopen.

A 2-page letter posted to the front door of the Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill in the Westside Plaza shopping center at 8383 Westheimer on Friday explains that the landlord has terminated the lease on the property and is demanding the tenant pay close

Robert Garner Firefighter Foundation
10/28/2017

Robert Garner Firefighter Foundation

Wanna watch our Houston Astros live at Minute Maid Park in the World Series!?
We've got two tickets to Game 5 tomorrow to give away!
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Good Luck and GO ASTROS!
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This nightmare will be on top of the Uptown bus lanes being added to Post Oak through to the Galleria.....
10/13/2017
Get ready for 6 years of traffic nightmares

This nightmare will be on top of the Uptown bus lanes being added to Post Oak through to the Galleria.....

Get ready for big headaches at the US-59 Southwest Freeway - 610 West Loop interchange near the Galleria.

Some routes over Buffalo Bayou may remain closed even after the water is gone....
09/07/2017
Sinkhole and other damage to prolong W Beltway closure

Some routes over Buffalo Bayou may remain closed even after the water is gone....

Crews expect to have West Beltway 8 cleared of water on Thursday, but motorists won't be able to travel through it right away.

FOX 26 Houston
08/31/2017

FOX 26 Houston

MORE THAN 7,000 RESCUES AND COUNTING! The Houston Fire Department has handled more 13,000 calls and then rescued more 7,000 flood victims. Today, they are going block by block to make sure NO ONE is left behind. THANK YOU, FIREFIGHTERS!
MORE: http://bit.ly/2eHv0mI

If your Thanksgiving ends with this Uptown tradition, you'll want to make other plans this year and next....
08/21/2017
Uptown Houston Holiday Lighting on hold for 2 years

If your Thanksgiving ends with this Uptown tradition, you'll want to make other plans this year and next....

A Houston holiday tradition enjoyed by many families for years isn't going to happen this year, or even next.

Hello Friends and neighbors, the pool is finally open as of this weekend. Go to www.wildewestpool.com for all info and f...
06/09/2017
WildeWest Pool | & Recreation Center

Hello Friends and neighbors, the pool is finally open as of this weekend.

Go to www.wildewestpool.com for all info and forms to fill out. You can pay online anytime or in person by check (made out to Wildewest Rec.) on Saturday at the pool. Simply come and ask for Kevin. He will have the keys on hand to issues out. Then next, go swimming and have fun.

Thank you to for your patience as we worked to ready the pool for the 2017 year.

(By: Elvira S.)

The Wildewest Pool & Recreation of Houston, Texas belongs to the Tanglewilde and Westmont Subdivisions. Access to the facility is via annual membership. This facility is one of the best kept secrets in Houston. The facility is open all year long and 24-hours a day. As a member you are given a key to...

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
05/04/2017

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

The Local 341 board of directors, through our political action SuperPAC, has begun a campaign to further raise awareness that Houston firefighters: 1) deliver excellent service, 2) are good stewards of city resources, and 3) give back to the community. Our first targeted communication is a billboard on I-45 South, next to the Pierce Elevated near downtown. The board and our City Hall team has begun planning ahead for the next city elections. Along with other political activity, we will be reaching out to voters in selected city council districts.

Houstonia Magazine
02/22/2017
Houstonia Magazine

Houstonia Magazine

From a naked woman dancing on top of a big rig to an actual basketball game, every traffic incident listed here has actually happened on Houston's freeways between December 2015 and 2016.

09/23/2016
Westchase District

Though just West of Tanglewilde, nice to know the nearby area is being promoted. In full disclosure, Tanglewilde and Westchase have an agreement in place for the median along Richmond at Gessner where Westchase maintains the landscapin.

Back-to-school will soon be here, but what are your plans for photos to send your kids off...
08/11/2016
Alabama mother's twist on traditional back to school photos goes viral

Back-to-school will soon be here, but what are your plans for photos to send your kids off...

Schools are starting up again and, once again, social media is starting to buzz with adorable back to school or first day of school photos. One mom, however, decided to celebrate a different way, and it's gone viral.

Mayor Sylvester Turner
07/28/2016
Mayor Sylvester Turner

Mayor Sylvester Turner

LAS CORTES MUNICIPALES DE HOUSTON LES AVISA A LOS CIUDADANOS DE MENSAJES DE TEXTO NO RELACIONADOS CON LA CIUDAD
COMUNICADO DE PRENSA
Para Publicación Inmediata 26 Julio 2016
HOUSTON, Texas- Ha llegado a la atención de las Cortes Municipales de la Ciudad de Houston que empresas están utilizando mensajes de texto para solicitar servicios. El mensaje de texto le solicita al ciudadano hacer clic en un enlace para reestablecer sus casos por un costo de $10.00. Las Cortes Municipales de Houston no envían mensajes de texto ni les cobra a los ciudadanos para reestablecer sus casos.
"Nosotros, las Cortes Municipales de Houston no enviamos mensajes de texto a los acusados sobre sus casos ante los tribunales. Si usted recibe un mensaje de texto solicitando el pago o para reestablecer su caso por un honorario, ignore y observe que esto no fue enviado por nuestro tribunal. Si usted necesita información sobre su caso(s), por favor póngase en contacto con la línea de ayuda de Houston al 713.837.0311 o visite nuestro sitio web www.houstontx.gov/courts. Nuevamente, estos mensajes de texto no son autorizados ni están afiliadas con las Cortes Municipales de la Ciudad de Houston," afirmó la Directora y Juez Principal Barbara E. Hartle.
Normas y directrices sobre cómo llevar a cabo cualquiera de sus asuntos judiciales, incluyendo las instrucciones sobre cómo reestablecer y pagar por su(s) causa(s) junto con formularios descargables, disponibles gratuitamente en nuestro sitio web en www.houstontx.gov/courts. Para hablar con alguién acerca de sus casos, por favor marque al 3-1-1 o 713.837.0311, si fuera de los límites de la Ciudad de Houston.

http://www.houstongovnewsroom.org/go/doc/2155/2869394/

Media ReleaseOffice of the Mayorhoustontx.gov/mayorFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDATE: May 25, 2016 2:50:20 PM CDTMayor Turner’s ...
05/25/2016
Mayor's Office

Media Release

Office of the Mayor

houstontx.gov/mayor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE: May 25, 2016 2:50:20 PM CDT

Mayor Turner’s first budget receives unanimous vote in record time

By unanimous vote and in record time, Houston City Council today approved Mayor Sylvester Turner’s first City budget. In stark contrast to budget discussions of years past that lasted into the wee hours of the next morning, the vote came just before noon today and nearly a month ahead of the normal schedule.

“Passage of this budget sends a strong message to the credit rating agencies about the importance we are placing on City finances,” said Mayor Turner. “This was accomplished not by putting hundreds of hard-working City employees in the unemployment line or by cutting critical services that Houstonians rely on and deserve. Instead, it was done via shared sacrifice and laser fine attention to fiscal management.”

Cost increases, voter imposed revenue limitations, a broken appraisal system and the economic downturn combined to create a $160 million budget shortfall, the worst fiscal challenge the City has faced since before The Great Recession when hundreds of City workers had to be laid off. The mayor’s budget eliminates the shortfall, maintains the City’s healthy savings account and cuts overall spending by $82 million, when compared to the current budget year. Library and park services were maintained and there were no layoffs of police and fire fighters. There is also funding for an additional police cadet class, for a total of five classes, the most in recent memory. For the first time in years, the number of police officers at HPD is starting to inch up.

“Each City department, the employee unions, City Council, the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones and various other parties worked together to identify cost savings and efficiencies while also minimizing employee layoffs and maintaining the critical services our residents rely on and deserve,” said Turner. I want to thank everyone for coming to the table to work together.”

Early in the budget process, Mayor Turner asked City Council not to tinker with his budget proposal, warning that even one small change could upset the delicate balance achieved as a result of shared sacrifice and put the City at risk for a credit rating downgrade. In the spirit of working together, council heeded his request, submitting very few amendments, none of which had a budgetary impact. This also contrasts with previous years when there have been dozens of amendments put on the table.

The budget adopted today is for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2016.

Mayor Sylvester Turner serves as the Executive Officer of the City. As the City's chief administrator and official representative, the Mayor is responsible for the general management of the City and for seeing that all laws and ordinances are enforced. Administrative duties include the appointments,...

Today is the start of early voting (16May2016 - 20May2016 7am - 7pm), please don't forget to make your voice heard. The ...
05/16/2016
Harris Votes - Harris County Clerk's Office Election Division

Today is the start of early voting (16May2016 - 20May2016 7am - 7pm), please don't forget to make your voice heard. The attached link will take you to the County's website where you can put in your name and address and see a sample ballot before you arrive to the polls. Happy Voting!

You've been warned. Major switch coming to US 610 @ 290 that will have an effect on the traffic through the Galleria are...
05/12/2016
Look out for Loop 610 lane closing, traffic shift

You've been warned. Major switch coming to US 610 @ 290 that will have an effect on the traffic through the Galleria area.

The connection from northbound Loop 610 to westbound U.S. 290, that's led from the left lanes of the loop to U.S. 290 for decades, will temporarily shift to the right side, Texas Department of Transportation officials said Wednesday. During the 20-month detour, thousands of drivers will have to adju...

Some frank talk appeared today in the Chron's Op/Ed section. Much of this came up between several neighbors and me, and ...
05/12/2016
Klotz: Are we really ready to reduce flooding in Houston?

Some frank talk appeared today in the Chron's Op/Ed section. Much of this came up between several neighbors and me, and this was much my point in terms of how to "stop" flooding in our at sea level City where you can't dig a ditch deep enough or wide enough to prevent it. I know it was mentioned that key items had been identified by City Officials to help both Tanglewilde and Westmont, however what was not told is that the relief in question is with the widening of Gessner - something many have stated they are against. So you have choices for relief, you just may not like any of them.

[...] are we ready to endure the 20 to 30 years of construction required to make Houston and the surrounding area less vulnerable to rising water? Managing the complex drainage systems of our region is a monumental task - one so large we have two agencies overseeing the planning, design, constructio...

Property taxes and the rise of vales...
05/11/2016
Property owners angry over rising taxes

Property taxes and the rise of vales...

Texas home and business owners say they're being taxed out of their homes and businesses. A state senate committee is looking at solving the statewide problem.

A recent story on the Price family of Westmont from the recent floods...
05/11/2016
Third flood in 7 years has family in a quandry

A recent story on the Price family of Westmont from the recent floods...

[...] flood in 7 years has family in a quandry Surveying the damage to their west Houston home from the April 18 flood - the third time the house has flooded in seven years - Stephen and Julie Price were at a loss what to do next. The couple, who have two boys ages 9 and 12, had planned to move from...

Looking forward to the weekend already, but not sure what to do. One of Houston's long unknown wonders opens to the Publ...
05/09/2016
Houston's Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern to open to the public

Looking forward to the weekend already, but not sure what to do. One of Houston's long unknown wonders opens to the Public on Friday. And that would make you one of the first to see it...

On Friday, May 13, when the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern opens to the public, Houstonians will finally be able to experience the place for themselves. Built as a drinking-water reservoir in 1926, it's as large as one and a half football fields - and a place of stunning accidental beauty. "It feels anc...

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05/07/2016

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Hello Friends and neighbors, the pool is finally open this weekend. Go to www.wildewestpool.com for all info and forms to fill out, pay online or bring your check (made out to wildewest rec.) on Saturday to the pool and ask for Kevin he will have the keys and go swimming and have fun. Thank you to for your patience.