Howard Hughes Corporation has stated publicly that their only residential developments will be more 1,000+ multifamily units for The Woodlands - that's the best way to maximize their shareholder value. Imagine the traffic that will bring.
In this investor report Howard Hughes (NYSE: HHC) brags about their rights and authority to ride roughshod over our existing standards.
Follow link to see these quotes for yourself.
Page 3 – “HHC’s Ability to Control Cities Creates Tremendous Value” (it's the page title)
Page 3 – “Ownership and control of small cities…” (from the second bullet)
Page 5 – “The Opportunity to Control Cities” (it's the page title)
Page 9 – “Substantial control over planning, zoning, property sales and development”
Page 15 - "Single owner of contiguous land results in uncommon control"
Page 15 - "Use permissions, rights of refusal, regulations, relationships, etc...
Page 19 – “Opportunity to Own and Shape a City”
Page 19 – “Price maker, not taker”
Page 19 – “Retain restrictive rights over third parties”
Page 28 – “HHC’s Influence”
Page 29 – “1000+ Multifamily units”
This picture, taken by a resident of Creekside Park (thank you for your contribution to the site) shows how we're becoming a cut through community.
This was taken the morning of October 8, 2021 by the Rob Flemming Recreation Center. The truck was Goldstar Foods cutting through from Kuykehndahl to Gosling, going eastbound.
The fate of Woodlands Parkway will be worse as commissioners Riley and Noack exact their plan to connect 249 to i-45. The plans to widen WPX have already been announced - at a Woodlands Pachyderm meeting this past month - when Noack told Township Chairman Bunch he should welcome all the traffic.
The tree lined median of Woodlands Parkway will be victim of this plan as well as the relative quiet the road is today.
Both east-west arteries should be protected by a city council to mitigate the damage this traffic can cause to our community.
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* Electing leaders that work for us and only us
* Making our own decisions on roads and road expansions
* Local decisions on development changes (re-plats)
* Reduction of bureaucracy by eliminating fragmented government
* Single point focus on drainage and flooding
* Don't allow new or re-developed areas to flood neighbors
* Unified police patrols and community policing
* Formal recognition as a city by post office, feds and state
* Economic development tools (RDZs)
* Permanent freedom from annexation regardless of current legislation or contract