Mill Village Association Newsletter
June 30, 2009
The GMVA Board would like to welcome our new
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
Pass It On: If you find this newsletter of value,
please pass it on to your friends and neighbors.
to Pet Owners
Pet Owners: We recently received a report
from a Grogan's Mill resident that coyotes killed
two pet cats, one in her front yard and the other
in her neighbor's yard. Please do not
leave your pets outside at night.
Woodlands Under Mandatory Water Restrictions
As of June 29, 2009, mandatory water restrictions
have been initiated by The Woodlands Joint Powers
Agency. "Due to continued extreme hot
and dry weather and unprecedented water demand,
we have initiated Stage 3 of our MUDs' Water
Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. This
is a MANDATORY WATER RESTRICTION NOTICE that limits
outdoor irrigation to no more than two days per
week and no more than a total of one inch of potable
water applied per week," said Stinson, P.E.,
general manager of The WJPA.
Fireworks Prohibited in The Woodlands
The Woodlands Fire Department reminds all residents
of our community NOT to use home fireworks during
the upcoming Fourth of July holiday. The Woodlands
Covenants strictly prohibit the sale or use of
fireworks and sparklers of any kind in The Woodlands.
The traditional 9pm fireworks display on
the fourth will continue, since it is monitored
by the fire department and run by professionals.
The best place to watch will be along
the waterway. If you want to avoid the
traffic and crowds you can watch from Lamar
school or Tamarac Park.