The battle continues on in the Greater Oak Forest community as dozens of residents plan to flood a Metro meeting this week.
Those who live in the area say they don’t want the public transportation company to sell the Pinemont Park and Ride lot to the Housing Authority.
Residents say that will lead to low income housing units in their community that will not only affect them but the residents who will move into the government assisted housing facility.
That meeting is scheduled for 9 am Thursday at Metro headquarters off Main Street in downtown Houston.
There are several neighborhoods around us impacted: Forest West, Pinemont Park, Forest Pines, Mangum Manor, Candlelight Oaks, etc.