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On September 12, a woman told Harris County Constable Pct. 4 deputies that she was stopped at a light in 14400 block of Ella Boulevard when a man opened the passenger door of her vehicle and sat in the passenger seat.
While Houston might not have dozens of monuments such as Washington D.C., a wealth of skyscrapers like New York City, or several notable landmarks such as Philadelphia, it does offer tourists some unique cultural locales.
Although Hurricane Harvey is two years in the rearview, the severity of that storm isn’t one that Houstonians will soon forget.
And, as life on the Gulf Coast would dictate, residents should never let their guard down, and always err on the side of caution when it comes to being prepared for weather-related events.
The fear of inclement weather, and the subsequent potential for flooding also remain top-of-mind for people who are moving to the Houston area.
This is something that Ed Wolff, president of Beth Wolff Realtors Real Living, knows all too well. His home has flooded on three separate occasions, the most recent being during Harvey.
In a recent interview, Wolff shared some of the lessons learned, provided some advice about the best ways to minimize a property’s flooding risk, and discussed the resiliency of Houston.
Following are excerpts from our conversation:
MS: What were some of the main lessons that you took away from your experiences?
EW: I think the lesson learned is that Houston recovers better than most cities. It’s really about the community and the people around you.
There were so many people who came together and took care of everyone who was impacted, including us. The day after the flood, people I had known for years came over and started cleaning stuff, packing up, and helping us get things back together.
MS: What do you think the long-term impact will be for the areas that were heavily impacted?
EW: In the neighborhoods that were heavily impacted, it is still developing as to what those neighborhoods will look like over time. It seems like so many of the people from...