Lessons from Hurricane Harvey; New 600-Home Community for Katy

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  • “Lessons from Hurricane Harvey; New 600-Home Community for Katy”
    Conclusion: no lessons learned.

  • What have we learned since Hurricane Harvey? Short answer: absolutely nothing!

  • Houston housing market seems SLOW. I’ve actually been depressed that interest rates are hitting a ceiling rather than continuing to spike so we can see some actual home price declines on a national basis.

  • “Lessons from Harvey”…..yeah, right.

  • I’ll add my voice to the chorus that we really have learned nothing.
    In fact, I’ll bet many have already forgotten that this was a year ago. A prime example of this fade-out: the anemic early vote totals for the flood bond.

  • I don’t know if it’s something we’ve learned, but it certainly has been confirmed that our elected officials at every level of government are very comfortable lying about the massive amounts of pollution that occurred as a result of the flooding.

    In a scary way, it’s almost reassuring just how coolly they do it. Forget voting on the bond issue, it’s time to vote with our feet.