Clear Creek is down to elevation 53.42’ which is almost 0.7’ BELOW top of bank. Below are screenshots of Harris County and the Clear Creek watershed that shows the rainfall in inches produced by Harvey. These are staggering numbers. Average annual rainfall for the Houston area is around 50”. Some areas received almost this much from just this storm. Let the recovery and healing begin!
The Shadow Creek Ranch MUDs sent a Board Director from each MUD to Austin on July 7 to speak to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (“TCEQ”) during a hearing to approve an Order issued to Blue Ridge Landfill (BRL) to reduce odors coming from the landfill. MUD Directors were joined by City of Pearland representatives and State Representative Ed Thompson to speak on behalf of residents’ desire for a swift and satisfactory resolution. The City also has filed a lawsuit against BRL.
You may track the status of the Order by visiting the TCEQ’s home page at the link provided below then click “View Pending Matters and File Documents” then click “Track the status” and type in the TCEQ Docket Number: 2016-1923-AIR-E
Please click on the following link to review the Order issued by the TCEQ:
Further information regarding Blue Ridge Landfill can be found at the following City of Pearland link: