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Mason Lakes Mason Lakes Skip to content Facebook Page Yahoo Group Page MUD 71 Crest Management Documents Miscellaneous Resources HOA Meeting – Debrief Posted on November 3, 2011 by Last Thursday’s HOA meeting went relatively well. Here’s a recap: First, as you may recall, when Melanie was voted onto the board last year, it was announced that her term was only for one year. However, the rules specifically allow her a two year term. As such, Melanie’s position is not up for a vote until next year. Further, the board has increased its size from three members to four. Jeremy Binkley (me) was voted to two year term. The developer also now holds two seats on the board. Regarding this, as a side note, some residents have expressed frustration at the developer still having some control. However, we must remember that the developer has a major financial interest in this community. He still has a number of lots to sell and I can’t blame him for wanting to ensure nothing hinders that endeavor. In that same regard, it is much better to have a developer who cares, rather than one who has given up and moved on. A couple residents mentioned the lack of “children playing” signs on the West side of the neighborhood and in Section 3. We were told that those signs are in the works. Finally, some concern was raised regarding the budget—specifically, the amount spent to pump water into the front pond. I spoke with Crest management about the pond situation further and will explain. The ponds in the neighborhood are man made retention ponds. We are not only required to have them, but they help keep our streets and houses from flooding. They also provide an aesthetic quality to the neighborhood. The ponds were built by bringing in clay, in order to retain water. The water level must be kept at a certain height in order to prevent the clay from cracking and leaking. Further, the fountain in the middle was falling over due to the low water level. The fountain was at risk of cracking, which would also put the pond at risk of cracking. Water was therefore pumped in to bring the level back up to that necessary to protect both the fountain and the pond. I look forward to serving as a board member and plan to, as part of my duties, help keep you all better apprised of what is going on in the neighborhood. Certainly, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. ~Jeremy Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Annual HOA Meeting – October 27 Posted on October 12, 2011 by The annual HOA meeting will be held on Thursday, October 27 at 7pm. We will be at the MUD 71 park across the street. At the meeting, we will be discussing the year’s budget and voting on board members. It is also an opportunity to raise various concerns to the board, the developer, and the management company. If you cannot attend, please fill out either a proxy form or an absentee form to ensure your vote is heard. The forms were included with the mailed notice, but you can also find them below. HOA Annual Meeting Notice 2011 Proxy Form 2011 Absentee Ballot 2011 Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Water Rationing Posted on September 5, 2011 by MUD 71 is asking residents to voluntarily limit water usage during this time of increased demand. See Link. They are encouraging the residents to limit all outdoor water usage (watering lawns, gardens, washing cars, and washing windows) as follows: If the last number of your address is an even number, use water outdoors only on Tuesdays and Saturdays If the last number of your address is even, use water outdoors only on Wednesdays and Sundays. Common areas should be watered only on Mondays and Fridays Water should not be used outdoors between the hours of 6:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M. and between the hours of 6:00 P.M. and 12:00 A.M. This is the first step before mandatory water restrictions are imposed. However, the restrictions are still only voluntary and will not currently result in any fines or fees. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Summer Heat, Pet Care, and Lost/Found Pet Resources Posted on August 29, 2011 by Weather forecast predicts that the highs will be between 90 and 106 this week in Katy. Here are some articles that give tips in taking some extra precautions to help keep our pets safe: Katy Magazine – SPCA Offers Safety Tips to Keep Katy Pets Cool This Summer Your Houston News – Dog days of summer not so dog-friendly Lost/Found Pet Resources These may be posted on a separate “Resources Page” but here are some links and phone numbers in case you may have lost/found a pet: Pet Amber Alert Pet Harbor Greensheet Ad 713-371-3600 Shelters/Pounds BARC Animal Shelter & Adoptions 713-229-7300 Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) 281-497-0591 Houston Humane Society 713-433-6421 Houston SPCA 713-433-6421 Special Pals 281-579-7387 South Texas Animal Adoption Resource (S.T.A.A.R.) Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Back to School, Bobcats, and Hurricanes Posted on July 25, 2011 by As the summer winds down it’s time to start thinking about preparing for the children to go back to school. This means school supplies, book lists, and clothes. Texas Tax Free Weekend will be on August 19 – 21 this year. The link in the text explains what is and is not included. For books, if you start early enough, you can usually get some great deals at For those of us without children, the start of the school year affects us, too. Namely in that traffic increases dramatically and the school zones go back into effect (remember it’s against the law to use your cell phone in a school zone). Bobcat Sighting In other news, a resident recently spotted a bobcat in her backyard. Another resident spotted a large predatory cat walking down the pipeline a couple months ago. This isn’t cause for fear, but be watchful, especially if you have outside cats or small dogs. Hurricane Season As you probably know, we are in the middle of hurricane season. Traditionally, the end of August and beginning of September is when we see the heaviest hurricane activity in Houston. Be sure to plan accordingly. The Chronicle has a hurricane prep guide that might be helpful. However, at the very least be sure to have some flashlights, batteries, and an extra bag of food for your pets. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment July 17 Posted on July 17, 2011 by I’m a little late with this (been without computer access), but last Tuesday a resident saw boys in the early morning hours going through neighborhood vehicles: My neighbor just came over and told me that he was able to observe boys going through cars last night. This was on Mt. Davis Way. He said the boys were 15-17 years old, were tall, and were all wearing gloves. He said they systematically zigzagged through the lots and that one was wearing a backpack. This was at about 4 o’clock in the morning; my neighbor had come out for a cigarette. He called the police, and they came. Another resident has commented that earlier criminals were recently caught: I haven’t seen this posted anywhere so I thought I might inform everyone that the individuals that stole the vehicle from N. Boundary Peak Way were arrested a couple of weeks ago. The vehicle and various property taken from homes in our neighborhood was recovered. If you had property stolen during the recent burglaries it might be a good idea to contact the Sheriff’s Office and inquire about this. The first report above suggests that these kids know what they’re doing and have thought this out. These aren’t random kids walking down the street who happen to notice an unlocked car. They are systematically checking vehicles. We need to be vigilant about locking our vehicles. If you see anything suspicious, call the Sheriff’s office. For non-emergency, call 713.221.6000. If it is a crime in progress, call 911. In other news, it’s HOT out there. Be sure your dogs are getting plenty of water, especially when they’re outside playing. Ticks are also really bad right now. Comfortis works on them short term, but Frontline does a much better job (others work well, too. Ask your vet). Assuming we ever get some rain, the flea population is expected to explode. Be sure to protect your pets, and avoid costly exterminating bills, by treating your animals now. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment HAPPY 4th of JULY!!! Posted on July 3, 2011 by Today is the celebrated anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The day that 13 decentralized colonies shed Great Britain’s cloak of repression for the purpose of governing themselves. They committed treason, risking their lives and those of their families and friends. These 13 colonies, defeating the great colonizing power of the time, showed the world what resolve and determination could accomplish. Less than 40 years later, these same 13 colonies, now a young country, repeated this lesson by using its small, new navy to mount an extremely effective and disparaging campaign against the strongest navy in the world. Again and again, this country has shown the world that with resolve, determination, and hard work, anything can be accomplished. This holiday is to remind us of those accomplishments, of the greatness of this country and its citizens. It is also the time to celebrate the men and women, stationed all over the world, selflessly protecting those freedoms secured by our forefathers. Happy July 4th Y’all! It’s a great weekend to get to know some of your neighbors. Grab a beer, wine, cocktail, Dr. Pepper, and take some time to go out front and say hi. As a quick housekeeping matter, in the bottom right of the page is a link for the RSS feed. You can add this to your favorite RSS reader, your Google Home Page, and more to follow the updates on this page. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Crime, Fireworks, and Related News Posted on June 26, 2011 by I want to thank many of you for coming out to the recent meeting regarding crime in our neighborhood. There was excellent attendance from the residents and a lot of great information was exchanged. Please keep in mind that the first step in reducing crime in our neighborhood is to lock the doors to your home and car, keep valuables out of sight in your vehicle, and most importantly, GET TO KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS!!! Additionally, FIREWORKS ARE BANNED IN HARRIS COUNTY. This includes both the use and sale of fireworks. Many of the surrounding counties have done the same. Sparklers, although not covered under the fireworks ban ARE covered by the burn ban. Violating the fireworks ban could cost you up to $1000 in fines. Violating the burn ban could result in fines up to $500. Due to the dry conditions, fireworks and sparklers are exceptionally dangerous right now. To underscore this point, there was a wildfire near Williamsburg Parish on June 21st that burned over 300 acres. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Mason Lakes Website Posted on January 25, 2011 by Howdy, I have begun this website with the intent of providing information regarding issues relating to the Mason Lakes community. Please note that this site is not affiliated with the Mason lakes HOA. Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment Search for: Recent Posts HOA Meeting – Debrief Annual HOA Meeting – October 27 Water Rationing Summer Heat, Pet Care, and Lost/Found Pet Resources Back to School, Bobcats, and Hurricanes Recent Comments Celia on Mason Lakes Website Archives November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 January 2011 Categories Uncategorized Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Mason Lakes Proudly powered by WordPress and WPtouch Whois

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