Monthly Archives: November 2018

Kirkwood Road Roundabout Reconstruction Project

City of Meadows Place

The City of Meadows Place has issued a Notice to Proceed to Mar-Con Services to replace and reconstruct South Kirkwood beginning Jan. 2nd, 2019.  The construction will affect South Kirkwood Blvd. from the Fire Station down to the driveway of Sugar Grove Church. The project is slated to take a year, and Yes, it will … Continue reading

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Active Adult-Field Trip to Santa’s Wonderland

City of Meadows Place

Join us for our first ever night field trip to Santa’s Wonderland in College Station! Get your holiday shopping done, appease your appetite at the food court, or sit back and enjoy live music.  Tickets are $39.95 + tax. If you plan to carpool, please email lylanan@cityofmeadowsplace.org by November 15th to reserve your spot in … Continue reading

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CANCELLED-DIY THANKSGIVING CENTER PIECE

City of Meadows Place

Update-Class has been cancelled.  Please email lylanan@cityofmeadowsplace.org if you need additional information or assistance.  Sip on your favorite bottle of wine while you learn how to make a Thanksgiving themed center piece using your own empty wine bottles. Snacks provided. Bring your own bottle of adult beverage if you like. MUST REGISTER by November 9th … Continue reading

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Meadows Place receives a good report from Moody’s

City of Meadows Place

  In general, the higher the bond rating, the more favorable the terms will be for the bond issuer. High-rated bonds have lower interest rates because investors need less compensation for the risk of default. That leads to lower borrowing costs for bond issuers. A high rating is an indicator of a strong financial position. Meadows … Continue reading

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Rebuilding Meadows Elementary Visioning Committee

City of Meadows Place

I just wanted to say Thank You to Colene Cabezas, Ben Weber, Cameron Miller and Amaya Labrador for participating in the Rebuilding of Meadows Elementary Vison Session. We met at Meadows Elementary with ME teachers and staff, FBISD staff and the COO of FBISD, a representative from Gensler, the people who will be doing the … Continue reading

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