Delegate Advisory Committee
The “kickoff meeting” for this newly established committee was held on Aug 12. 6 resident volunteers and one Board member attended the discussion on how to run this committee to better serve the community i.e., what should be the goal, tasks right now? The Committee charter is under development.
You don’t need to be a delegate or alternate to participate on this committee. If you are interested in attending the discussion of this committee, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Yu (Jessie) Xia (Delegate Advisory Committee)
The Safety Committee coordinates contract deputies who are hired as additional patrol resources in Cinco Ranch SW. Your HOA and local MUD Districts fund these contract deputies and meet quarterly to discuss crime trends in our community and special needs for additional patrol resources.
Richard McLarty (Safety Committee)
Parks & Recreation Committee
The Parks and Recreation Committee needs your feedback. Would residents like to see a separate bike path around the lakes? If so, what lakes would you recommend? Please send your feedback to email@example.com
. This a great idea, as I have been a walker/runner and I have been a biker and many times there is a conflict on the path. Feel free to email any other comments and/or feedback that we can share with this committee as they meet monthly.
Julio Lopez (Parks & Rec Committee)
Jennifer Nick (Communications Committee)
Last month’s accomplishments
RIST (Reclaimed Irrigation Sustainability Team) met on July 26th. Clay Brandenberg, Inframark, reported that the year-to-date savings through June 30th from the Reclaimed Water Project were $320,117. Of that, $101,157 is irrigation savings to the HOA. The Cinco Ranch 2 Homeowners Association owns 165 smart irrigation controllers that control the irrigation of 643 acres of landscaping. These controllers use real-time weather information to automatically control the amount of water used by approximately 5000 irrigation zones. Jeffery Knight, Mausen Consulting, and David Thurman, Texas Landscape Group, will conduct a test over the next several months to determine the effectiveness of the controllers to operate without any manual adjustments. The test area will be along Fry Road between Water Plant Road and Cinco Terrace. The test begins August 10th.
Current month projects
1. The Irrigation Audit is ongoing and the first complete monthly data was collected.
2. Work process development and documentation are also ongoing.
3. Refinement of the member’s monthly reports.
Lynn Adamson (RIST Committee)