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Storm Update - Tuesday 5/21/2024
05/21/2024

Dear Piney Point Village Residents,

 

I know you and your families join me in thanking our police and fire officers and officials for their steadfast leadership as we continue addressing power outages, debris removal, and other storm-related issues.  Police Chief Shultz’s V-Linc communications have been positive and informative, and we appreciate him and Fire Chief Miller leading the recovery efforts for Piney Point and all the Villages together!

 

YES, as you have likely seen, a large cadre of CenterPoint contractors are finally in our area – on Piney Point Road, Memorial, San Felipe, and many side streets.  A big shout out to US Representative Wesley Hunt’s office for contacting me for a short list of our critical locations to be expedited for power restoration.  We appreciate his assistance (and many others) in getting CenterPoint working on these areas today!  Both our fire department and police station are on regular power now, and hopefully, much of our area will come back online per CenterPoint’s published restoration schedule.  We will continue to push to restore power back for ALL of us in the City.

 

The Villages of Piney Point, Hunters Creek and Bunker Hill have all lifted the curfew ban from 12:00am - 6:00am.  Chief Schultz should be providing details in an upcoming V-Linc. The traffic lights at Piney Point Rd./Green Bay and San Felipe/Farnham Park are still out so please drive with caution. The traffic light on Memorial/Blalock is operational and running on a generator.

 

Harris County is still expected to pick up tree debris. If you want trash removal quickly, Village officials have secured the Las Alamedas site located at Old Voss Road and the I-10 Frontage Road for the disposal of downed tree debris for Village residents only. You or your landscaper will need to provide the address where the debris is coming from. The regular trash schedule is still on, but you might experience delays because of extra storm-related trash.

 

Thank you for your continued support, understanding, and patience.  We know it can be frustrating when clear and definitive information is hard to come by after a disaster –and the oppressive heat doesn’t help.

 

I’m continuing to office at our fire station, along with our City Administrator Bobby Pennington, but I’ll be out and about in Piney Point Village monitoring CenterPoint’s progress. Don’t hesitate to stop and ask me questions! We are here to help.

 

Sincerely,

 

Aliza Dutt

Mayor of the City of Piney Point Village


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