“We are working to help people return to some semblance of normalcy during these extremely challenging times,” said Precinct One Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, who has visited flooded areas and shelters throughout the Precinct. “People depend on us to provide them with real help as well as inspiration, and we are working hard to put the community back together.” All Precinct One offices, facilities and parks are officially closed for the remainder of the week and are scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 5. In the meantime, Precinct One employees will continue to work on recovery and relief efforts for area residents. Chambers Washington, the Precinct’s Parks Superintendent, said crews on Thursday will start removing storm debris from neighborhood parks so residents can use them again for recreation. Most of the larger parks, including Deussen, Tom Bass, Adair and El Franco Lee – are inaccessible because of high water. Tom Bass Community Center and the Learning Center at Challenger Seven Memorial Park flooded, and Precinct One staff are assessing the damage to those facilities. They will be repaired. On Wednesday, Precinct One workers continued to use dump trucks to ferry residents in and out of neighborhoods that remain flooded,… Read full this story
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