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A question for Mueller's families...
Wow. I'm not sure anyone here can adequately address your level of concern. Most of the people who have responded have young children of our own and we, obviously, chose to move to Mueller. You seem to perceive our community differently ...
posted on May 7th, 2009
Forum: General Rumors
Topic: A question for Mueller's families...
A question for Mueller's families...
I suspect your frankness is going to generate some sharp responses around here. We're not allowed to complain about the surrounding neighborhood over-using our parks. Remember: They Were Here First. We're just expected to grin and bear i...
posted on May 7th, 2009
Forum: General Rumors
Topic: A question for Mueller's families...
POA Communications Plan Improvements
The question of "who's responsible for this?" is a recurring problem at Mueller, and one I hope gets resolved soon. The beauty of traditional neighborhoods is that you always know exactly who's responsible: the individual property owner or...
posted on May 6th, 2009
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: POA Communications Plan Improvements
Mueller House (non) update
I agree, Chris, it's frustrating. There are Mueller House lots sitting vacant in Phase II along Simond. I would think the market is ripe for the Mueller House product, too, what with the financial crisis forcing many people to consider le...
posted on May 6th, 2009
Forum: General Rumors
Topic: Mueller House (non) update
Weekley Raises Prices Again
Looks like Row Home prices are up by about $5,000 across the board. I don't know enough about Yard Home prices to say whether they're up, too. I'm somewhat surprised by a price increase in this economy, but pleased by what it implies abou...
posted on May 5th, 2009
Forum: David Weekley Homes
Topic: Weekley Raises Prices Again
Lake Park in the Statesman
I only wish the weekend users would clean up after themselves better. All in all, it's not terrible, but some of the groups that use the BBQs have been leaving lots of litter and ashes dumped on the ground. It's not nice to come a neighbor...
posted on April 20th, 2009
Forum: Mueller in the News
Topic: Lake Park in the Statesman
Insurance for row homes
We guesstimated on our homeowners' insurance based on what it might cost to replace all the sheetrock, flooring, finish out, fixtures, etc. Plus all our belongings. The number we came up with is rolled into a "condo" policy with our insur...
posted on April 15th, 2009
Forum: David Weekley Homes
Topic: Insurance for row homes
Speeding on Zach Scott
I will again propose a solution like the one implemented in Boulder, CO: a stop light that turns red and makes you stop if you're speeding, but stays green and lets you on through if you're not.Such an elegant solution, I can't see how even...
posted on April 14th, 2009
Forum: Mueller Neighborhood Association
Topic: April Mueller Neighborhood Assn Meeting Minutes
Mosaic Apartments Website Up (sticker shock!)
The official website is up for the Mosaic Apartments at Mueller. Maybe I just haven't priced apartments in a long time, but they seem shockingly expensive, ranging from $1,188 to $2,310 per month.
posted on April 6th, 2009
Forum: General Rumors
Topic: Mosaic Apartments Website Up (sticker shock!)
Hello....Pizza?
Eastside Pies delivered for us once we explained that our street was in the old Mueller airport.Unfortunately, we were less than enamored with their pies. Crust was overcooked, too many toppings, not enough cheese. Bleh. Maybe we just go...
posted on April 3rd, 2009
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Hello....Pizza?
Upgrades from Base Price/home on a Weekley
You're assuming you can easily install the fan yourself. If you have the skills to do so, then your analysis is correct: $125
posted on March 6th, 2009
Forum: David Weekley Homes
Topic: Upgrades from Base Price/home on a Weekley
Town Center Thoughts and Ideas
Here's something I don't want to see: lots of kiosks and other visual clutter like you see in most Simon developments. Rather than designing the space to force people into stores, design the space to give people room to meander and explore...
posted on March 4th, 2009
Forum: Commercial and Retail Development
Topic: Town Center Thoughts and Ideas
Overnight street parking and black Passat
There's a run down black VW Passat at Zach Scott/Mattie that was delivered there by flatbed wrecker and hasn't moved since. It even has an orange sticker on the driver's window, indicating it was abandoned on the side of the road at some p...
posted on March 4th, 2009
Forum: Mueller Deed Restrictions / Regulations
Topic: Overnight street parking and crime
Overnight street parking and crime
Of course cars parked on the street are easier targets. We know families of five at Mueller that manage to fit both cars in their garage (and they don't have big houses). We also know single people who park on the street "because it's mor...
posted on March 3rd, 2009
Forum: Mueller Deed Restrictions / Regulations
Topic: Overnight street parking and crime
Carpenter / Custom Desk Builder
If you're still looking for a desk builder, we used Distinctive Wood Crafts for some fairly elaborate custom bookshelves/media center and they did a fantastic job. Very reasonable prices, fine work, and quite timely. I'm certain they coul...
posted on February 20th, 2009
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Carpenter / Custom Desk Builder
Upgrades from Base Price/home on a Weekley
I'm pretty sure it was just one level up. It wasn't cheap -- around $300 per bathroom -- but we feel it was worth it. The fans are much bigger and, as I said before, much quieter. Turns out if you price the equipment and installation aft...
posted on February 19th, 2009
Forum: David Weekley Homes
Topic: Upgrades from Base Price/home on a Weekley
Zach Scott & Mattie Neighbors List
Sounds great. We'll still be doing an old fashioned list for anyone who's interested. We've had several folks sign up already.
posted on February 17th, 2009
Forum: Meet Your Neighbors
Topic: Zach Scott & Mattie Neighbors List
Zach Scott & Mattie Neighbors List
Personally, I'd rather not have my personal information up on a public website. I'm fine with most all Muellerites knowing who I am, but I'd rather any old schmuck on the Interweb not be able to look me up like that. Those privacy concern...
posted on February 17th, 2009
Forum: Meet Your Neighbors
Topic: Zach Scott & Mattie Neighbors List
Zach Scott & Mattie Neighbors List
This experiment may fail, but I'm trying to see if we can use this board to put together a list of names, addresses, and phone numbers that might prove helpful to people who live near one another.This list would be for people who live gener...
posted on February 17th, 2009
Forum: Meet Your Neighbors
Topic: Zach Scott & Mattie Neighbors List
New Housing Types
Finally, here's a current versus proposed comparison. These are huge changes, folks, and they impact all of our future property values and neighborhood enjoyment. Maybe for better. Maybe for worse. But the changes do merit some study an...
posted on February 17th, 2009
Forum: Mueller Announcements
Topic: Mueller Master Plan Overview Meeting
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