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Consumer Electronics Recycling

November 15, 2016
7:00 am to 2:00 pm
Holzwarth Road and
Wellness Drive
(near Wellness Gate)

In celebration of America Recycles Day, the ExxonMobil Houston Campus and Harris County Improvement District No. 18 will be holding a collection day of electronic equipment, batteries, and more for safe and responsible disposal. Members of the Springwoods Village community and employees are encouraged to bring their old electronics from home.

Acceptable items:
  • Computers, laptops, and accessories
  • Routers, switches, and modems
  • Telephones, cellphones, and video devices
  • Printers, scanners, and ink cartridges
  • CRT TVs and monitors up to 50”, cable boxes, DVD and VHS players
  • Audio equipment
  • Rechargeable batteries (no alkaline batteries)
  • Electronic components and metals

Personal electronic materials will be collected by ExxonMobil’s e-waste disposal partner, CompuCycle,
at the intersection of Holzwarth and Wellness Drive.

On the day of the collection, members of the community who want to drop off electronics should
follow traffic directions and stay in the far left lane to avoid turning into the campus. Electronic materials should preferably be in the trunk, clearly separated from any other belongings so CompuCycle can easily remove the materials while drivers remain in their vehicles.

Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Rate

The Harris County Improvement District # 18, which includes the Harris County Improvement District # 18 Defined Area, will hold a public hearing on a proposed tax rate for the tax year 2016 on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. at the offices of Allen Boone Humphries Robinson, 3200 Southwest Freeway STE 2600, Houston, Texas. Your individual taxes may increase or decrease, depending on the change in the taxable value of your property in relation to the change in taxable value of all other property and the tax rate that is adopted.

FOR the proposal: Robert Deden, Dwayne Mason, Sue Darcy
AGAINST the proposal: Richard Rose
PRESENT and not voting: None
ABSENT Dana Benoit

The following table compares taxes on an average residence homestead in this taxing unit last year to taxes proposed on the average residence homestead this year.

Last Year This Year
Tax rate $1.5000 /$100
$1.5000 /$100
Difference in rates per $100 of value $0.00000
Percentage increase / decrease in rates (+/-) 0.00%
Average appraised residence homestead value $506,764 $486,150
General exemptions available (excluding senior citizen’s or disabled person’s exemptions) $0 $0
Average taxable value $506,764 $486,150
Tax on average residence homestead $7,601.45 $7,292.25
Annual increase / decrease in taxes if proposed tax rate is adopted (+/-) and percentage of increase (+/-) -$309.20

If taxes on the average residence homestead increase by more than eight percent, the qualified voters of the district by petition may require that an election be held to determine whether to reduce the operation and maintenance tax rate to the rollback tax rate under Section 49.236(d), Water Code.

If you are located inside the Harris County Improvement District # 18 Defined Area No. 1 the total tax rate proposed is $1.50 per $100 taxable value. If you are located outside the Harris County Improvement District # 18 Defined Area No. 1 then the tax rate is $1.33 per $100 of taxable value.

Should you have any questions concerning this notice, please contact the tax office at 281-482-0216.

Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Rate