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Dilley ISD : Selling – Chevrolet pick up truck, 2005 Chevrolet Impala, Dodge Magnum V6 pick up truck, John Deere Tractor, Barely used A/c and Furnace and more closing Monday November 3, 2014 auction near San Antonio Texas

Three Rivers ISD: Selling- 1991 International School bus, International Ward School Bus, Blue bird van mini bus, International carpenter crown school bus with wheelchair lift, Wells Cargo Utility Trailer and a Silverado Service truck. Near San Antonio Tx auction Closing Monday November 3, 2014

Galena Park ISD: Selling – 1999 1/2 tom pick up truck Dodge Ram, 1995 International School Bus, used box fan, Groen smart steam Boilerless steamer, Delta Shop master, and more Houston Tx auction closing Friday November 7, 2014

Real Estate


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Houston Texas online Auctioneers

Spurger ISD is a comfortable community nestled in the outskirts of Beaumont Texas. Spurger is a new client with the website. We encourage all our buyers to take a look at the variety of items that are offered by online auction. They are selling used buses, air compressor, sewing machines, student chairs, Av equipment, used tractor implements and more.


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Houston Parks to see

About the Project


Transformation of Buffalo Bayou Park, one of Houston’s most iconic spaces, is underway.

Likened to Houston’s own Central Park, the ambitious $58 million project will include:

  • restoration of natural landscapes, including trees and native grasses
  • new and upgraded trails for walkers and hikers to enjoy nature and the bayou
  • two pedestrian bridges—one near Jackson Hill Street and one at the Police Memorial
  • extension of the distinctive blue lunar cycle lighting
  • destination features including The Water Works adjacent to the Lee and Joe Jamail Skatepark, Lost Lake near Dunlavy and Allen Parkway, a dog park near  Allen Parkway, and enhancements to a portion of Eleanor Tinsley Park
  • additional benches, picnic spots and drinking fountains

See the Buffalo Bayou Park – Shepherd to Sabine Master Plan.


The City of Houston and TxDOT have rebuilt the 5-mile Sandy Reed Memorial trail.

Ten-foot wide concrete trails, on both sides of the bayou are complete and allow cyclists and joggers to share these multi-use trails. To accommodate trail users who want to enjoy a leisurely walk, Buffalo Bayou Partnership is building 5-foot wide asphalt footpaths that will be located closer to the bayou banks. New drinking fountains and benches will be conveniently located along the trails, and park users will have access to other amenities, including restrooms and a bike rental facility.

See the Buffalo Bayou Trail Guide.


Pedestrian bridges have been constructed at the Police Memorial and at Jackson Hill to provide greater accessibility to Buffalo Bayou Park.

A 345-foot long pedestrian bridge near Jackson Hill Street was complete in late winter 2013 and soars a dramatic 40 feet above the bayou and connects with the existing bridge over Memorial Drive, providing access to Allen Parkway. A second pedestrian bridge at the Police Memorial was completed in early 2014 and allows park users, for the first time, to access the Police Memorial from other areas of the park. The Carruth Foundation donated $1 million for this naming opportunity. Both bridges will be similar in aesthetic to the Hobby Center Bridge and complement TxDOT’s Shepherd Bridge and the Rosemont Bridge. Smaller footbridges over several ravines and outfall tributaries are also located in the park.


The Harris County Flood Control District restores the bayou’s channel conveyance capacity and banks along Buffalo Bayou Park.

Working in seven phases (between Shepherd Drive and Sabine Street), the $5 million project includes removing silt and re-grading the bayou’s slopes to reduce erosion. Gentle slopes will be created on the inside bends of the bayou and graded that can serve as launch areas for canoes and kayaks. Invasive vegetation species will be cleared to allow for the removal of sediment and promote a healthier native ecosystem. The project will enhance the bayou’s ability to maintain itself naturally while preserving existing high quality trees and reintroducing native trees and vegetation.


Working in conjunction with the site’s topography and predicated on a strong maintenance plan, landscaping of the park’s entire 160 acres will restore diversity and balance to the terrain.

Under the leadership of SWA Group and Boston’s Reed Hilderbrand, and through a partnership with Katy Prairie Conservancy, Buffalo Bayou Buffalo Bayou Partnership will reintroduce native landscapes to restore diversity to the park’s riparian edge and in wetlands, rambles, woodlands, meadows, lawns and special perennial gardens. Approximately 50 percent of the landscape will be replaced with meadows to improve the habitat and reduce overall maintenance costs. The improvements to riparian corridors and wetland gardens will help control erosion while rambles will be restored for the more adventurous walker. The park’s topography will be emphasized by creating overlooks, as well as enhanced ravines and outfalls. At the most dramatic vista points, shelters will provide shade and seating. Improvements to riparian corridors and wetland gardens will help control erosion while rambles will be restored for the more adventurous walker. Shaded woodland areas will open up to “outdoor rooms” creating a rhythm of shade and light, cool and warm, quiet and more active spaces. Meadows will be beautified with wildflowers and native grasses, and a limited number of high-profile gardens composed of native perennials will accent key park destinations. Read about Lost Lake and the Wortham Fountain Area and learn more about our partnership with the Katy

Major Destinations

  • Major Destinations

    Significant enhancements will be made to Eleanor Tinsley Park, Wortham Fountain and the “unofficial” dog park. Two new destinations—The Water Works and Lost Lake—will anchor the east and west ends of the park.


With the downtown skyline as a backdrop, the lunar lighting cycle environmental art concept, already in place at Sabine Promenade, will become a major focal point extending to Shepherd Drive.

To make the bridges and architecture iconic features at night, the lighting along the major Sandy Reed Memorial Trail, will transition from white, to blue, to white as the moon waxes, wanes, and waxes again. Some footpaths and areas closer to the bayou will remain dark at night while certain special destinations will be lit for nighttime use.


Buffalo Bayou Partnership has commissioned new pieces of art to become focal points for Buffalo Bayou Park.

The artists and pieces were selected by a committee led by the Houston Arts Alliance (HAA). These artworks will be installed toward the end of the park’s renovation. Stay tuned for more information as we unveil the names of the artists and their design concepts in the coming months.


  • Guy Hagstette Project Management

Auctions in Texas are the best

Featured Texas Auctions

Alice ISD: Selling- John Deere 1435 Tractor/Mower, Convection Ovens, Food Warmers, Safe Fans, Student & Office Furn., Appliances, Folding Chairs, Student Desk, Weight Equip. auction begins closing Friday October 17, 2014.

Liquidation of Cafeteria Assets: Selling – Cafeteria Equipment auction begins closing Friday October 17, 2014.

Fort Bend ISD: Selling – Cafeteria Equipment, Computer Equipment, Student & Office Furniture, Shop Equipment, PE Items, Transmission Jack, AV, Office Machines, & More.  auction begins closing Monday October 20, 2014

Southwest ISD: Selling- Cafeteria Equip., A/C, Welders, Shop Equip., Lg. Qty. Computer Equip., Student & Office Furn. & Machines, Sewing Machines, & More auction begins closing Monday October 20, 2014.

Klein ISD: Selling- Commercial Refrigerators,  moduserve serving lines, moduserve milk boxes, ford crown Victoria, ford pick ups, used trailers,  cafeteria tables, Kenmore washers, used safe, athletic whirlpool and more.  auction begins closing Friday October 24, 2014


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