After the 2011 survey, residents placed a high priority on the overall appearance of the city. The city continued to invest in initiatives that enhanced their appearance and one of them was an aesthetics study which included improving gateway architectural features, like streetscape treatments, lighting, landscape, signage and buffer walls.
I just received word from the editor of Atomic Ranch Magazine that the Woodlands will have a small feature in their Spring issue. In case you aren’t familiar with Atomic Ranch Magazine, they feature mid-century modern homes around the United States. Atomic Ranch celebrates mid-century houses—from 1940s ranch tracts to 1960s architect-designed modernist homes. With […]
It’s not too often that you see the car the size of a small boat come cruising down your street. My son and I had to do a double take as we saw this 1970 Bonneville, humming by, with its proud owner and Woodlands resident, Ed Brown, behind the wheel. Since I’m such a fan […]
While riding along Alligator Alley the other day, my husband and I tried to think of obsolete items from our past that we don’t hear about anymore. If you recognize these items, then you probably lived during the 60’s and 70’s. If you don’t, then congratulations – You are most likely under 40 years old. […]