Neighborhood Cleanup & Potluck Saturday, September 26, 2009

8:30AM roadway cleanup Meet at the fire house to pick up supplies and assignments. Wear long sleeves & bring garden gloves. We will have a dumpster at the station for your use. 5:30 potluck with 6:00 meeting Included interest areas are new high school road issues, Carol Rehder on the “dark skies” program, legislative updates, flood control updates, traffic issues on Dripping Springs & Soledad (Do YOU speed or tailgate?) and several others. WE ARE TRYING SOMETHING NEW…In order to shorten meetings that sometimes tend to run long we will use strict timing for both presenters and responders, something in

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A Little Rain and the Roads are…

The Talavera area has seen the first significant rainfall of 2009. The rain on Sunday, June 28, was heavy enough that many arroyos were running. This photo is of Achenbach Canyon Road, between Cueva Mine Trail, and Lost Padre Mine Rd. Residents are reminded that most roads in the Talavera area, are NOT maintained by the county. If the road to your house is a little too rough, or impassible, it is your and your neighbor’s responsibility to maintain it. I would recommend that unless your road is impassable, you probably shouldn’t hire a grader or maintainer until after the

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Successful Cleanup Project – Feb 21 Meeting Minutes

The Feb 21 neighborhood cleanup was a great success. Over 40 people participated in the cleanup, including this happy group from the Organ Mesa Ranch development. Our next clean-up project will be in late August or early September. Join your neighbors and join in the fun. Help keep your neighborhood clean!! The minutes from the meeting of February 21 are now posted on the meeting page. You can read them HERE.

Important Neighborhood Meeting

As you may be aware, the LC School District will start the site work for the new high school to be built in our area, on Dripping Springs Road, this summer.  It is expected that the school may be ready to open its doors in two years.  The District has said that there will be at least 2,000 students plus faculty and staff at the new school on opening day. So far, there has been very little planning or coordination with the city and the county to handle the huge volume of traffic this new school will create.  The School

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