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Saturday, June 19, 2004

Flood and Storm Disaster Relief Now Available

Homeowners will be able to borrow up to $200,000. Businesses can receive loans for up to $1.5 million to repair or replace property damaged. To apply for a loan, contact the SBA toll-free at (800) 366-6303. People with hearing impairments should call (817) 267-4688.


GRAND HARBOR ON LAKE BRIDGEPORT PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION

The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Corporate Search shows that the Grand Harbor on Lake Bridgeport Property Owners Association was formed May 17, 2004. The Registered Agent is the developer, John Femrite. The organization has three directors: C. J. Whitacre, John Femrite, and Steve Bowen.

For additional information and officer addresses go to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Corporate Search at http://ecpa.cpa.state.tx.us/coa/Index.html

Paste GRAND HARBOR ON LAKE BRIDGEPORT PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION into the search criteria. I believe it’s case sensitive so do use caps just as above.


Kevin Burns on Progress of Grand Harbor Development Plat Plans

Yesterday I contacted Kevin Burns, County Commissioner Precinct 2. He said that plat plans for Grand Harbor on Lake Bridgeport were turned into the judge two weeks ago. County Commissioner’s will look at it in two weeks. Mr. Burns has reviewed the plat plans. The roads will be private roads, but they will conform to county specs. He does not know if the sale of the Boy Scout Ranch land is final yet. Rumor has it that the sale was final this week.


Some Little-Known Property Facts Texas Style

Land Parcels larger than 5 acres can now exempt themselves from the platting requirements if they do not dedicate any public improvements (such as roads).

Currently, Texas does not have a uniform process for notifying local authorities and residents when intrusive land uses are proposed to be located in or near residential neighborhoods. . . Counties have little authority to guide and control development by regulating adjacency and land use issues.

Current law provides no deadline for filing of Real Property Deeds . . .Some instruments are filed substantially after the fact, sometimes several years later. Other instruments are never filed of record.

Source: Texas Neighborhoods Together at http://www.texasneighborhoodstogether.org/01LegPkg_files/TNTLeg2003.pdf

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