Did you catch Ms. Robin S. Bobbitt, Member, co-presenting at the Association of Water Board Directors - Texas Fall Seminar on Tuesday, October 30, 2018? Ms. Bobbitt spoke about Water Districts and Texas Legislature. RBAP is looking forwarding to seeing all the AWBD Members at the Mid-Winter Conference in Austin, Texas, January 25-26, 2019!
RBAP attorneys were on hand at the SAFE-D 17th Annual Conference, Thursday, February 22-24, 2018 in Galveston, Texas, meeting and visiting EMS and Fire Fighters. We look forward to visiting with them again next year!
We hope you caught Regina D. Adams, Member, co-presenting at the Williams Gully Trail System Community Visioning Workshop on Friday, February 9, 2018. Regina discussed water district governances and funding for trails projects.
July 14, 2017 - RBAP co-sponsored the AWBD Special Summer Workshop for Directors. Jonathan D. Polley co-presented "Water District's 101" and spoke about the role of attorneys.
April 3, 2017 - RBAP attended the Greens Bayou Coalition's Annual Luncheon. This year, the Coalition celebrated its 10th Anniversary. At its annual luncheon, the Coalition featured "Greens Bayou Coalition: 10 Years and Beyond". Click here to view the video. Visit the greensbayou.org for more information about the Coalition.
January 30, 2017 - Jonathan D. Polley co-presented "Happily Ever After: Thriving In An Arranged Marriage Between an HOA and a MUD" at the Association of Water Board Directors - Texas Mid Winter Conference January 27-28, 2017 in Austin, Texas.
RBAP participated in the Inaugural Greens Bayou Regatta on Saturday, October 22, 2016.
Click here for more information!
WE HAVE MOVED: Radcliffe Bobbitt Adams Polley PLLC is proud to announce our relocation to America Tower, 2929 Allen Parkway, Suite 3450, Houston, Texas 77019-7120. Please update your records accordingly. Our phone numbers, website and email addresses will all remain the same.
HELP END FLOODING ON GREENS BAYOU:
The Greens Bayou Corridor Coaltion
(GBCC) is currently working on obtaining federal funding for the Federal Flood Risk Management Project on Greens Bayou, which will fund large-scale flood control improvement projects. The Greens Bayou Mid-Reach Flood Damage Reduction Plan is the master plan for stormwater management along Greens Bayou which include 11 miles of channel improvements, the construction of four (4) stormwater detention basins, and the replacement or modification of 19 bridges. Funding for engineering services has been secured; however funding for design and construction of these solutions is still being pursued. GBCC is advocating on behalf of this project, the study for which was authorized 66 years ago.
How can you help? Please visit http://greensbayou.org/help-end-66-years-of-unnecessary-flooding-on-greens-bayou/ to sign a letter regarding the detention project and such letter will be submitted on your behalf by the Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition to members of the United States Congress and the Administration.
Did you see Regina D. Adams
, Member, was quoted in the July 2014 edition of the the Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition
Newsletter about the GBCC's involvement with the Association of Water Board Directors - Texas
and its member districts? To read more about GBCC news and its involvement with AWBD, click HERE
for the details!
On June 14, 2014, Elliot M. Barner
co-presented "District Communications and Technologies"
at the Association of Water Board Directors – Texas
Annual Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
On May 7, 2014, Elliot M. Barner
was a co-presenter in "You Can't Have That Information… Or Can You? Public Information Requests and Personnel Files
" at the Texas Municipal Human Resource Association's Annual Conference in Galveston, Texas.