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Filing for City Council Candidacy

 Three (3) At-Large positions for Alderman will be voted on in the upcoming May 7 city election. The deadline to file is March 7 at 5:00 P.M.  The candidate packets are at city hall for those interested in running.  Any adult citizen of Shoreacres who has resided in the city for at least six (6) months by election day is eligible to run for the office of Alderman (seat on the City Council).

 Meet the new City Administrator, David Stall

 The City of Shoreacres now has a full time City Administrator, a newly created management position for the city.  Davidís main responsibility is to manage and oversee all departments of the city and to work closely with the mayor and council to implement our city government policies and adhere to the State of Texas local government guidelines.  His direct Email address is  Show him a big Shoreacres welcome!

 Shoreacres Civic Association

 Itís time to renew your SCA membership. For the application via E-mail contact Tracy Revak @ 281-471-3425.  Applications are also available at City Hall.

 The New Department of Transportation  Program

 The City of Shoreacres has created a new police position to enforce safety compliance by the heavy truck traffic on State Highway 146.  The vehicle to be used is a Ford Expedition, an addition to the cityís police fleet.

Green-Up Clean-Up

 Itís that time again to trim and grind.  The city will be hosting Green-Up Clean-Up on Saturday, April 2 and April 30, from 8 am to 3 pm.  This is your opportunity to discard cut vegetation 6 inches or less in diameter by hauling it to the cityís grinding site just west of HWY 146 during the designated hours.  Free mulch is available if you mention you read about it in this dynamic publication.

 Annual Easter Egg Hunt

 If youíre just dyeing to hunt eggs, come on down to Circle Park March 19 at 10 am.  Admission is free if you bring a kid, or if you can prove you never grew up.  Itís fun for the whole family!  For information call City Hall at 281-471-2244.

 Noise Begets Noise

 Got noise?  Thereís a list of mighty important people you can contact about the Bayport noise that may be slowly causing recent changes in your personality. (You can contact the mayor at for a list of names and phone numbers.)  Donít call these guys if noise is coming from your neighbor, but if it is coming from the Bayport project, the Port of Houston Authority and the construction contractors they employ are not going to do anything about the noise they are creating unless thereís a complaint.  The compliance laws regarding noise are hard to enforce unless they are well monitored documented and acted upon.  They have their ducks in a row and lawyers by the phone to assure us they are, or will be, in compliance. But rememberÖthey will probably have to be forced to be compliant from here on.


ģ City Council Meetings in March are scheduled on the 14th & 28th 7:00 P.M. at City Hall.  Agendas are posted at City Hall at least 3 days prior.  Citizens are encouraged to attend! Visit the City of Shoreacres website at




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