January 15, 2013
I hope your Holiday season was fantastic and the New Year will bring bountiful blessings. Oakwick continues to adapt to change in our area. Wal-Mart’s is now across from our subdivision. New projects are slated for Trammel Fresno. On a sad note, the Adams and Hubenaks have moved. On a happier note, the Morgan’s and Gervrasev’s are our new neighbors and we heartily welcome you to the Oakwick family and wish you more than the best. The beautiful Neely home was completed in 2012. This addition helps to solidify Oakwick as one of Premier places to live in Texas. We have had a number of accomplishments in 2012. Civic dues are current at an all-time high. Most of those in arrears have contacted the board to satisfy their debt. The picnic was a huge success as usual.
We thank the Mamou’s and the Santa Steven’s for the leadership of this project. We thank the Hubenak’s and the Santa Steven’s for the use of these homes and properties. Our website is up and running and providing pertinent information concerning Oakwick and Missouri City. Our close cut mowing of vacant lots is the pave acreage lot communities. This year, all lots not mowed regularly will not only receive city sanctions but will fall under full compliance of our Deed Restrictions. As stated in our newsletter, the wooden fence is gone.
The year 2013 brings new challenges can we become a gated Community? Our roads and drainage are in need improvement. Traffic concerns on Trammel Fresno are still prevalent. Our Children’s school bus pick up presents legitimate concerns for our neighborhood. Apartments and the Metro station may affect us with traffic and safety concerns. We continue to ask for more participation on committees.
A proactive approach to the impending change in our area will enhance our property values and our way of life.
2013 is here; let’s enjoy it to the fullest in Oakwick Forest Estates.
Greyling B. Poats