posted Oct. 18th, 2016 - 6:21pm
Jason S says:
I\'m having the same issue. I just watched the delivery guy and he skipped my house and two others at the end of our cul-de-sac. All the other neighbors for papers.
posted Oct. 15th, 2016 - 5:11pm
Suzanne in West Isle says:
Lived here 25 years, usually getting the paper delivered around 48-50 weeks out of the year. The last 2 weeks we have NOT received a paper even though some neighbors do. I see other neighborhoods are getting the same spotty service in the comments above. What can we do? We need some way to keep up with the latest news affecting our hometown. I will go online to try reading it there but it is highly inconvenient.
posted Mar. 20th, 2016 - 2:43pm
Barbara Muggley says:
We have lived in The Woodlands for 40 years...have received the Villager as long as it\'s been around. Recently, delivery has stopped...? We live in the Cove. Reasons...?
posted Jan. 29th, 2016 - 12:10pm
It seems that for the past 4 weeks the half of my street is not getting the paper and others are. I enjoy reading the paper and it\'s hard to get hold of the paper when you\'re being skipped in getting it. I live on Still Oaks Ln in Imperial Oaks. It would be nice to start getting the paper again like before.
posted Oct. 30th, 2015 - 6:31pm
Jay Everett says:
For the past two weeks you have shown The Woodland Highlanders football team\'s record of (7-1, 4-1 in district). The district record is incorrect as they are undefeated in district. Please correct. thx.
posted Jun. 11th, 2015 - 1:40pm
I have been receiving The Villager for 20 years. About 5 weeks ago it stopped. It seems they are delivered to a few houses on Cokeberry, but deliver none on Nursery Rd. I would appreciate getting it delivered again.
posted May. 28th, 2015 - 12:54pm
I enjoy reading your paper. I have to rely on a neighbor giving me theirs or sometimes getting a copy at our community center. The paper is delivered on our block, but somehow the deliverer can\'t seem to find my house. Right now I can see the paper across the street on my neighbor\'s lawn. I live at 25 Maywind ct. The five families east of me do not get a paper either. I have lived here for twenty-five years.I would appreciate receiving the Villager.
posted May. 13th, 2015 - 6:07pm
gurjeet jauhar says:
Who governs or regulates home warranty companies on the Woodlands. It appears some of these companies are scamming homeowners.
I agree with everything in both of the above comments. I\'m sure George Mitchell is turning over in his grave with what The Woodlands has become. Just another subdivision in north Houston. Increased traffic and crime in a woodless land of destroyed trees which is no longer a wonderful place to live. So sad.
posted May. 18th, 2014 - 10:09am
T. Barry says:
Why in the world can the Woodlands Development Co. Or whoever, keep building all these businesses but CANNOT build a new Mall in the back of the Woodlands? That would alleviate most of the traffic congestion that is clogging up the Market Street and Mall areas! Why should those people in the Sterling Ridge, Alden Bridge, etc. areas have to travel so far in traffic? Just put money into building a whole new MALL in the back where so many people live. With 100,000+ population it only makes since to me I guess! One Mall is not enough!!
posted Apr. 5th, 2011 - 1:58pm
Charles Mattei says:
The article of March 31st concerning the telephone survey made by the Development Company is certainly alarming. The perception is that the TWDC was conducting a polictical survey;ie, questioning the voting in the Hausman-Stillwell race. One has to wonder about the motives of TWDC as this question has nothing to do about the " quality of life, transportation , eductation , etc " And the answer of the TWDC representative about the political question that there " might be something in there about the one contested race" suggests " oops, we got caught"
Again, perception, perception. Does the TWDC want to stack the deck, so to speak, in favor of directors favorable to their business at the expense of those directors who represent the citizen/ taxpayers ? One has to recall the Water Taxi vote by the directors...a vote that
bought from the TWDC a money losing business at the cost of over $ 500,000 by we taxpayers and also transferring the ongoing annual loss of operating the taxis from TWDC to the taxpayers of the Township.
These comments are not meant to state that our elected directors are failing in their responsibilties to the Township's citizens in favor of the TWDC...nor that the Development Company is spending political money in favor of certain candidates...as this is something one doesn't know for a fact...but there is a PERCEPTION than worries us.
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