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This month’s spotlight is on Brant Allen, Deputy Director who is in his 14th year with NBPM.  Brant is married to his wife of 17 years Brandi and they have three girls, Hayli-14 and twins Hadli and Sydni who just turned 10.  Brant enjoys lots of things. He's an outdoorsman and loves to upland hunt and waterfowl hunting and fishing.  He loves music and making music and has played in a couple of bluegrass and worship bands. He coaches softball and is also a pastor.  Fun fact, he is a self taught musician and learned to play by ear by listening to tapes and records.   


When a letter is sent to a resident to contact the office, some people are not responding to the letters or door knockers. This is a lease violation. Letters and notices are distributed only for the purpose of communication. A response is usually always required. Residents who have violated their lease in the past have lost their benefits in the housing program simply because they did not respond to correct the violation. Do yourself a favor and take time to respond.  Signatures are required on all changes that have been processed in a resident’s file. This must be done within a certain time frame which is usually noted in a letter or given verbally to the resident.  Please respond to all notices.





at Home

Have you ever wondered about your home here? Ms. Ardell Hubbard was the Executive Director of the New Boston Housing Authority for twenty-five years. She was known for her style and kindness. Oak Terrace and Link Homes were built under Ms. Hubbard’s supervision at a time that management positions were not traditionally given to women. Not only was she a pioneer for working women, but she also provided safe, affordable housing for residents of New Boston.  The street at Corley Homes was named in her honor.

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Peace Officer Memorial Day is held on May 15. It honors and remembers police officers who gave their lives while on duty. Police officers protect us 24/7 every day of the year. It’s a sometimes-dangerous job. They know they are putting their lives at risk to keep us safe. Police officers know the risk and accept them. Sometimes, they pay the ultimate price. Please show your respect and appreciation for police officers everywhere, today and every day.

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          Happy Mother’s Day

The word “MOTHER” means something different to different people. Whoever the person is that you call Mom, be sure to give her a big thanks for what she means to you. If your mother has passed, remember the good things about her. In any case, be a good mom to those who call you Mom. Celebrate motherhood and show appreciation for mothers, including (great) grandmothers, stepmothers, foster mothers and other mother figures.




Cinco de Mayo means 5th of May in Spanish. It commemorates the Mexican victory over the French during the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Over time, it has evolved into a day of celebrating Mexican culture. If you want a more authentic way to celebrate, skip the margarita and enjoy some corn tamales with tomatillo salsa. 

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National Fitness Day, May 4

Do you want to live a longer, healthier life? Then, physical fitness should be one of your top priorities. National Fitness Day in the United States was created as a way to encourage us to get off the couch, turn off the television, and work out. According to the creator, the goal of this day is to “celebrate strength and empowerment through fitness”. Today you are encouraged to “get your sweat on”.

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1. All current residents, all new residents, all employees, all guests, and all contractors are prohibited from smoking in all apartments, utility buildings, community buildings, and offices owned by NETX Properties.

2. Smoking outside any building or apartment is allowed as long as it is 25 feet from the building or apartment.

3. All residents, employees, and guests are responsible for properly disposing of smoking product wrapping and residue such as cigarette butts.

4. “NO SMOKING” are posted on the main office door and in other common areas of the NETX Properties sites.

5. Evidence of a violation of this policy includes but is not limited to resident complaints, witness observation, and/or evidence of tobacco paraphernalia observed during unit maintenance and pest control visits and inspections.



Millionaire Pie

                             Recipe by Alishia Boiles


· 1- 8 oz of cream cheese

· 1-14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

· 1- 12 oz container whipped topping

· 1- 20 oz can crushed pineapple, drained

· 1½ chopped pecans

· 2- 9 inch prepared graham cracker crusts



Blend the cream cheese and condensed milk together, then gently fold in the whipped topping. Stir in the crushed pineapple and pecans. Pour into pie crusts and refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours.   Serve.




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National Day of Prayer

Trailhead Park Pavilion

12 NOON – 1 PM

New Boston, TX

The 73rd Annual National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 2nd



This American tradition is actually older than America itself, dating back to the Second Continental Congress, before the Declaration of Independence. Before America was born, it was already steeped in a tradition of prayer!

Armed Forces Day

May 18th.

This is simply a day to salute all the men and women in all branches of military, who protect you and our country. They can be called upon at a moment’s notice to perform a risky mission for freedom and country .

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 For the fallen.

For the fighting.

 For the families.  

Memorial Day, May 27th, is a day for remembering and honoring military personnel who died in the service of their country, particularly those who died in battle or as a result of wounds sustained in battle.  Hang your American Flag on your porch or outside your door, add a touch of “red, white and blue” to your home’s décor or create some patriotic crafts over Memorial Day Weekend. You don’t have to go all out to make your space feel more festive. Even a small American Flag placed in a flowerpot can brighten the room and remind you that it’s Memorial Day Weekend.


New Trash Placement Procedure

We're excited to announce a new trash collection procedure that will not only improve our waste collection but also help us keep our beautiful lawn healthy! Individual letters with location maps have been delivered to each resident at Wortham, Corley, Link, and Dogwood. Oak Terrace and Wilson will stay the same. This new system goes into effect on April 1st. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to the Central Office at 903-628-2951 Ext. 201.

Maintain Electric and Gas

Management will be strictly enforcing Tenant’s obligations to maintain all tenant-paid utilities in working order. Please refer to your lease Utilities and Appliances, which states the following: “Tenant agrees to always maintain natural gas and electric services in the dwelling unit. Failure to maintain electricity or gas services for more than (24) hours shall be considered a serious violation of the terms of the Lease and shall be grounds for termination of the lease. Lease violations and termination notices will be sent to all Tenants who fail to maintain electric or gas services in their unit..”

5 Cool Facts

Bet you didn't know.....

· It is impossible for most people to lick their own elbow.

· A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.

· A shrimp's heart is in its head.

· It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

· A blue whale's tongue is heavier than an elephant’s.

· If you sneeze too hard, you could fracture a rib .

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Cal Davis, Executive Director


Phone: 903-628-2951

Fax: 903-628-8001


After Hours Maintenance: 903-278-5477


Emergency:  911– Ask for New Boston 

Centerpoint Energy:  1-800-259-5544

AEP (SWEPCO):  1-877-373-4585


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