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This meeting is being held to help property owners become aware of their rights to protect their property. Attorneys who specialize in eminent domain, will outline your rights and be available to address your questions and concerns. The meeting is open to all Texas property owners. When & Where Saturday 27th February, 2016 at 9.00 […]
KHOU Chanel 11 reported on the February 9th Waller County Sub-regional Planning Commission Meeting that presented objections and comments to TxDot concerning the proposed high speed rail. You can view the report at http://on.khou.com/1Xh9mDW.
Waller County Sub-Regional Planning Committee has a coordination meeting arranged with representatives of TxDot in respect to the proposed high speed rail line. The committee is seeking examples of just how the rail line will effect property owners in the area with regards to any projects they may have that have either been abandoned or […]
Please help support the work of Waller County Advocacy Group by making a donation. All monies raised go to pay for the fight against High-Speed Rail and other Waller County Advocacy Group projects. WCGA is an organization for Waller County, run by volunteers. For more information on how to donate go to: http://wallercountyadvocacygroup.org/donate/ Thank you!
Waller County Advocacy Group maintains a mailing list in order to keep members up to date on developments with the high-speed rail and other matters, by means of email. We try to limit emails to only important matters, with the day-to-day information being posted on our Facebook page. If you would wish to be added […]
Waller County Advocacy Group will be hosting a meeting to advise property owners in Waller and surrounding counties of the latest developments in the Houston to Dallas High Speed Rail project and how, by working together, we can best prevent the project from happening. Meeting Date & Location Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 6.30pm. Waller High […]
In the last one hundred years the area in and near Hockley and Waller has certainly altered as land changed ownership. There are fewer cattle and more expensive homes. Those who have lived in the Waller area for any period of time have seen Nine Bar Ranch and their Santa Gertrudis cattle replaced by the […]