Trail of the Lakes Municipal Utility District of Harris County, Texas (the “District”), a political subdivision of the State of Texas, created in 1974, is located in Harris County, Texas, approximately 17 miles northeast of the central business district of Houston, Texas and approximately 3.5 miles southeast of Humble, Texas. Will Clayton Parkway divides the District about 3.6 miles east of U.S. 59 and is a major traffic artery for the District residents to U.S. 59 and George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport. The District is within the extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of the City of Houston. The District contains approximately 813.365 acres of land.
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Trail of the Lakes Municipal Utility District offers for sale in as-is condition the Traffic Logix Corp SafePace450 Solar Power (“SP450”), driver feedback sign. The SP450 was purchased in new condition in March 2018 and was in service from April 10, 2018 to August 28, 2018. Note: The SP450 does not meet the Harris County standards for driver feedback signs. The District makes no warranties or representations regarding the condition of the SP450.
Standard features for the SP450 are as follows:
- Sign powers down when no traffic present
- Programmable Speed Violator Flashing Strobe Light
- Ambient Light Sensor and Automatic Brightness adjustment
- Banding Mount Bracket
- Sale Pace Management Software
To submit a sealed bid, please address it to the following:
Attention: Board of Directors
Trail of the Lakes MUD
c/o Radcliffe Bobbitt Adams Polley PLLC
2929 Allen Parkway, Suite 3450
Houston, Texas 77019
Bids are due by May 11, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
Bids will be opened and considered by the Board of Directors at the June 1, 2020 Board of Directors meeting. The District reserves the right to reject any and all submitted bids.
Questions regarding the sale of the SP450 may be directed to Ms. Rita R. Rodriguez, Radcliffe Bobbitt Adams Polley PLLC, email@example.com, phone: 713.237.1221.
Product code: SP453ES
Serial no.: 18032021
Due to precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the electronic waste recycling on April 4, 2020 has been canceled. The next opportunity is tentatively scheduled for September. Please check back for more details in the coming months.
With toilet paper in short supply due to the panic buying in response to COVID-19, some researchers warn there’s a risk that toilet paper alternatives such as wet wipes, napkins and thicker paper towels may lead to another major “monster” waste issue. Since supermarket shelves are wiped bare of toilet paper, and napkin aisles fast emptying as well, water infrastructure experts fear that the use of toilet paper alternatives such as wet wipes, napkins and thicker paper could lead to major blockages in our sewage systems.
The wastewater treatment plant operator has seen a recent massive surge in non-flushables entering the plant from residents. These products can create blockages of fat, sanitary items, and wet wipes that block pipes and pumps and cause an added expense to remove, including sewer back-ups at your home.
Please do your part to protect our sewer pipes – do not flush wipes, napkins, or paper towels; properly disposing of them by throwing them in the trash.