Grogan's Mill Village Association Newsletter
January 31, 2007
The Board of the GMVA wishes you a happy and healthy New Year.
We are interested in your concerns and comments. Please let us know what we should do to make Grogan's Mill a more vibrant community. Send your comments to: email@example.com
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The Woodlands will hold its 2008 Community Elections on February
16th, 2008. The deadline for submitting your filing form
was 5 p.m., January 17, 2008.
Convenience voting for The Woodlands community elections is
Monday, February 4, through Friday, February 15, 2008. During
the convenience voting period, voters in all villages may vote
at the Community Associations offices, 2201 Lake Woodlands Drive.
Convenience voting hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., Tuesday and Thursday, from 9 A.M. to
For more information go to the GMVA
for GMVA Board Positions
this election, eight new members of the Grogan's Mill Village
board will be chosen. Current Board members who are running
for re-election are Donna Gosset, Joe Giovanniello, Dana Denton,
Virginia Dellinger, and Pat Goodpastor. You
can read about these Board members on our Web
Morton is a candidate on the ballot. She was born and
raised primarily in the Spring-area. Mrs. Morton is a
graduate of the University of Houston. She has been married
for six years to her high-school sweetheart and is the mother
of twin three-year-old boys. She and her husband bought
a home in Sunset Springs in November 2002. Mrs. Morton
hopes to meet more people and server her community by becoming
involved in the GMVA.
Wren wants to be a write-in candidate. You will not
see his name on the ballot. So if you want to vote for
him, you will need to write his name on your ballot. Chris
Wren is Executive Vice President for LGI Development and a graduate
of Stephen F. Austin University.
Ten contiguous homes on North Deerfoot Circle have
signed easements in November that would allow the noise wall
to be built on their property. Approval still needs to come
from The Woodlands Development Company who has the easements.
The Woodlands Development Company has asked that Precinct 3
Commissioner Ed Chance to approve the wall before they sign.
Mr. Chance says his attorneys are looking at the document.
We are becoming concerned about the way our request is
being bounced around bureaucratically from one organization
to the next.