The Southern Perimeter of the Woodlands Country Club on NW 44th Street is the most neglected area in this beautiful neighborhood of almost 900 single family homes. This is an area where many feel is vulnerable to crime from the surrounding area and makes the area look blighted.
Here in the Woodlands, we have many neighbors that are in same-sex relationships, yet do not enjoy the same legal rights as married couples.
Back in 1972, the Woodlands made national news when a man killed a reported mobster on the golf course.
You would have to be blind not to notice someone went chainsaw-happy in the Woodlands. Trees on our golf course have been butchered into shapes that don’t exist in nature.
Last June, I brought it up to our WHOA President, who turned the matter over to Peyton at code enforcement. Nothing was being done and or followed up.
Watch this amazing documentary how stem cell treatments helped this Tamarac boy. A follow-up to last year’s story.
Ever since I moved to the Woodlands, I’ve been intrigued by Eli Schneider, this charming, and I must say, handsome, older man here. Of course, I am half his age. Yes, at 47 years old, I am almost half the age of 92 year old Eli. However, you’d never know his age as he has the energy and attitude of someone younger than me.
This article appeared in the Miami Herald back in October 14, 1984.
Ronald and Bonnie Pomerantz bought a $70,000 home in the adults-only Tamarac community in October 1977
Officials with The Woodlands Home Owners Association think the solution is to start a “safe neighborhoods” program.