Buffalo Bayou Partnership invites Houstonians to review the organization's 
preliminary Master Plan for the Shepherd to Sabine stretch of Buffalo Bayou. 
The community meetings will take place:

Wednesday, October 13 and Thursday, October 14, 6-8 p.m.  United Way of Greater 
Houston Community Resource Center
50 Waugh Drive, Houston 77007 This meeting is co-sponsored with Super 
Neighborhood #22
Both meetings will follow the same format and no reservations are required.

The October 13 and 14 meetings follow a series of gatherings held in Junewhere 
the public shared their ideas and recommendations for enhancing the Shepherd to 
Sabine parkland, one of Houston's most iconic landscapes. 
 "We have listened to the public input that we received at our earlier 
community meetings and have incorporated many of the ideas into the preliminary 
master plan," explains Anne Olson,Buffalo Bayou Partnership President."The 
upcoming meetings will give the public the opportunity to review the 
preliminary design and provide additional feedback."

In addition to seeking the public's input on the preliminary master plan, 
Buffalo Bayou Partnership representatives will be providing updates on numerous 
projects recently completed or currently underway along the Shepherd to Sabine 
segme nt, including:· Harris County Flood Control District "pilot project" that 
has restored a small stretch of the bayou channel to a more natural condition· 
Construction of a new pedestrian bridge and trails connecting to nearby 
neighborhoods· City of Houston and TxDOT rebuilding of the three-decades-old 
bike trails that have fallen into disrepairTo review the summary from the June 
community meetings, click here. 

For a history of the Shepherd to Sabine project, click here. 
<http://www.buffalobayou.org/documents/HistoryofS hepherdtoSabinearea.pdf>   
For additional information about the community meetings, please contact Trudi 
Smith, Buffalo Bayou Partnership, (713) 752-0314, ext. 3 

Buffalo Bayou Partnership is the non-profit organization 
revitalizing and transforming BuffaloBayou, 
Houston's most significant naturalresource.

www.buffalobayou.org <http://www.buffalobayou.org> 
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