TEXAS – Homeowners plan protest over pool that was never built

Houston Chronicle: Homeowners plan protest over pool that was never built
Cypress residents say developers not delivering recreational features promised when they bought homes
By Erin Mulvaney
September 5, 2014

A job transfer brought the Logans here from Chicago. Good schools for their two young daughters and the promise of a swimming pool within walking distance attracted them to Canyon Lakes West in Cypress, one of the area’s ubiquitous master-planned communities.

Three years later, the two-acre site they were told was set aside for the pool, playground and other recreational features in the Grove section where they live remains untouched. A sign detailing where the pool and cabana, basketball pavilion and a splash pad water playground would be built was recently taken down and replaced with something less specific and, to the Logans and their neighbors, disconcerting.  Read more:

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