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Mueller Sits: House-Pets-Kids
posted by Nikkie Shubitz on May 6th, 2014 3:30 PM
Brandon did a wonderful job with our dog over a long weekend out of town! I would definitely recommend his services. His father even came along initially so that all parties could feel comfortable. Brandon proved to be a very responsible young man.
Mueller Sits: House-Pets-Kids
posted by Brandon Jerome on April 19th, 2014 11:52 PM
Dear Mueller Residents, I am pleased to announce that Carson Witt and I are starting a local company called Mueller Sits™. We provide: ● House Sitting ○ Daily checkups of your home and/or pets while your away ● Pet Care ○ Anything from dog walks to feeding your goldfish! ● Babysitting ○ We are (Red Cross) certified and are responsible young adults ● Tutoring ○ We both are in NJHS (National Junior Honor Society) at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. ○ Have a profound knowledge of: Math (up to Algebra 2), Science, History, English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Geography, Speech and Debate, and Programming ○ Committed to helping children through any academic struggles ● Yard Work/Manual Labor ○ We love being outdoors and getting our hands dirty with any manual labor I have attached our resumes along with our pricing. Feel free to download! Carson Witt ● phone: (512) 550-4862 ● email: Brandon Jerome ● phone: (512) 653-0534 ● email:"> Book Us Today!
Why only TWC and AT&T as ISPs?
posted by Denise M. on April 14th, 2014 4:43 PM
Thanks Brandon.AT&T is sending an engineer out in 5 - 7 days to check our eligibility for Giga power.
What do you think of Blanton?
posted by Andrea Houston on April 9th, 2014 11:14 AM
Thanks everyone.Rick, yes, feel free to share on the Windsor Park list, though I'm not sure how to check that one--would you forward any responses? Do you have a child that goes to Blanton? What do you think?Brandon, I'm shocked you got a letter! I'm sorry you got wait listed. Hopefully they will create a third K class. I don't know why they don't do dual language for the entire school, which I've been told is how Ridgetop does it. I'm still waiting for my letter. And my fear is that AISD or the school will change their minds and then my daughter won't be in the DL program, after I've turned down the private schools. Do you think you'll still send your daughter to Blanton anyway?Lydia, that's great to hear. If we decide on Blanton, we'd definitely love a meet up first. My daughter is worried she won't know anyone at school. And we'd love a meet up anyway--it sounds like there's several K-aged girls in our part of the neighborhood.Andrea, do you think you'll send your daughter or are you also debating private schools?Thanks!Andrea
Recommendations for Deck Contractor?
posted by C. Frimire on April 30th, 2013 5:46 AM
Brandon Gonzales builds beautiful decks. Contact me for his contact info.
Traffic operations: signage and alley traffic flow
posted by Curtis LaFaitte on December 10th, 2012 11:11 AM
Thank you, Brandon, for your very nice explanation of traffic laws to those who seem to perhaps need a refresher course in 'Respecting others without feeling remorse'. Does anyone have a copy of the Defensive Driving Manual they can leave on Sean's doorstep? I gave my last copy to my 16 year old nephew.
Mueller Sits - House/Pets/Child Sitting
posted by annjerome on September 29th, 2012 5:17 PM
Two Mueller boys, Brandon Jerome and Carson Witt, have just started a sitting business for your house/pets or children. They're calling it "Mueller Sits" and they are ready to go! Both very responsible 7th graders who have completed the American Red Cross babysitting certification course. If you are interested in contacting them about their availability and/or their rates please do so via e-mail at or or you can connect through me at
Pecan Street + NEST Thermostats?
posted by Brandon Kraft on September 7th, 2012 12:36 PM
Hello Mueller! My household was sent an e-mail in late July from Pecan Street since we were one of the (few) households part of the program that had not participated in a funded opportunity (no solar, no car, just "blind" energy monitoring) regarding new NEST thermostats. I replied to the e-mail as soon as we received it (to get in the initial pool of 30), but haven't heard anything from them in response to that e-mail or three follow-up e-mails. It just it very atypical of the response I've seen from PSP. Anyone else get that e-mail? Anyone heard anything back? Cheers, Brandon
Circus Tickets - August 25th, 11:30am.
posted by Brandon on August 16th, 2012 2:34 PM
Circus Tickets - I purchased 4 tickets to Ringling Bros. at the Erwin Center for Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 11:30 am, before I realized that we have a previous commitment and can't go. [note to self; always check with wife first] Purchased for $25 per but if any neighbors would like to go at a discount (make me an offer) let me know. Cheers, Brandon
posted by Christina Jones on July 24th, 2012 4:14 PM
For the safety of our neighborhood, I agree with those (Brandon, Curtis, etc.) who advocate following the rules regarding park curfew hours and street parking. Also, we should definitely take another look at starting a neighborhood watch program (count me in to volunteer). The security patrol we currently have leaves much to be desired. Does security personnel actually walk through the parks during heavy evening/weekend use when dogs and sometimes even kids frolick with the ducks in the runoff water? Does somebody check the parks after 10 pm? I would hope that the POA will take up this issue at its next meeting.
posted by Curtis LaFaitte on July 24th, 2012 2:08 PM
Hello Brandon. I spoke with Jennifer, some time ago, regarding the proper procedure for reporting anything we see im our hood. The correct response is to call 911. If you need to report anyone doing anything, call 911. Or if you have the phone # of our neighboehood police station, you can call them directly, to discuss specific issues or concerns. Hope this helps. If anyone ever does have a serious comcern or question, they should call the police fir specufic guidelines. So please don't take this posting as The Law. :-). Cheers!
Questions from potential Muellerite
posted by Brandon Kraft on July 19th, 2012 9:43 AM
To add more thought:1. Agreed. While this forum can get a bit heated, the private Facebook group and all in-person interaction has been great. As a non-dog owner with little ones, I've never run into a dog issue walking with my very-afraid-of-dogs-despite-my-attempts-otherwise preschooler or anything to that effect (short of some dog poop once or twice on a sidewalk).With little ones swimming, while online I felt very uneasy about swimming with them since online, it seems everyone is against parents, in reality, that's not true at all. We've taken the girls swimming often and never had anything that would make me feel like the online sentiment is in existence. (Then again, we use both a swim diaper and a cover).Frankly, anytime I get frustrated by the community through this site, I tend to not check it for a few days and go on an extra walk. The personal interaction helps me remember the online forum isn't reality.2. I think the economic diversity is pretty invisible. Beyond connecting that someone lives on Camacho just west of Mattie to mean that they probably live in one of the $800-$1M homes or noticing they having a slick stroller, I wouldn't have any idea that their income is likely much higher than mine. Likewise, perhaps I haven't been paying attention, but I have no idea which homes are affordable, so never have many any connections there.In short, it's been great for us and never felt the economic diversity.3. As Jen mentioned, Lake Park sees a lot of non-Mueller action and to a lesser extent the outer trails. I think in terms of neighborhood action (our neighborhood association, the Windsor Park NA, Cherrywood, etc) seem to work with each other more when dealing with the city regarding proposed park changes, 51st Street issues, etc.In short, on a personal basis, I don't know that's there much (then again, when living in South River City, I didn't venture across Oltorf to the St. Edwards neighborhood either). On an organizational level, I believe there's a lot.We bought a resell in 2010 and have been happy!Cheers,Brandon
Transportation Committee meeting notes 30 May 2012
posted by Betsy on June 1st, 2012 10:17 PM
Brandon - The City is looking at options, including the W15-1 sign.Doug - I'm going to try to attach a sketch that Nathan sent me. They've applied for a grant to install bicycle signals and should hear in the next month or two on whether they'll receive it. If so, this work could be included under that grant.Dan - Rick is right on with his response.Betsy
Is it time to find a new HOA for Mueller?
posted by Q Public on April 29th, 2012 5:27 PM
Thank you for the further clarification, Brandon. I'm thinking now that the only angle to get a cable package deal for the larger community would have been to hold that as a requirement for access to Mosaic and the other condo/apartment complexes, but I know that things aren't that simple.
Transportation - UT shuttle for the 'hood
posted by schroed on March 7th, 2012 11:20 PM
Any UT faculty, staff, or students in the 'hood should consider going to the site below and commenting on the possibility of CapMetro extending the CR shuttle into Mueller. This would be quite convenient for many of us living here, but most of the comments thus far are from people wanting to travel between the main campus and Dell Pediatric Research Institute. In my comments I suggested they extend the route into the housing area, since Mosaic is a pretty long walk for many of us.
UPS/FedEx deliveries - need a place?
posted by Brandon Kraft on December 12th, 2011 9:30 AM
Hello all, In light of the various missing packages, I'm home virtually all day every day and have been home for all of our FedEx/UPS deliveries recently. I'm happy to be your delivery point, namely if it is something needing a safe home during the day. Basic rules: * Not responsible if someone grabs it in the time between UPS knocks (they knock and drop) and I get to the door. Have little ones, so can't always jump to the door. * Must "register" with me in advance (e.g. PM me for my address, so I have your name, address, e-mail address, etc) * Must come to me to get the packages. * Not let them stay with me too long (understand if you can't get it that evening, but be reasonable!) We haven't finalized anything re Christmas plans, but anything delivered by the 21st or 22nd should be fine. PM me if you're interested. Cheers, Brandon Kraft
Internal phone wiring help?
posted by Brandon Kraft on November 20th, 2011 10:28 AM
Greetings all, My home phones are down, but fine when connecting directly to the router, which indicates a wiring problem inside. All the phones are down, so my initial "a wire is bad" thought seems extremely unlikely. The phone works when plugged directly into the telephone distribution node in the networking box. Any ideas on what path to follow or who do you call to resolve an issue like this? Thanks! Brandon
posted by danyalekb on October 31st, 2011 1:59 PM
Awe, that is very sweet. Tell Esme and Rey I said thank you very much and that Brandon, Choco, and I really appreciate them helping out :)
posted by danyalekb on October 31st, 2011 1:59 PM
Awe, that is very sweet. Tell Esme and Rey I said thank you very much and that Brandon, Choco, and I really appreciate them helping out :)
A/C Repairman for unit running too cold?
posted by Brandon Kraft on August 15th, 2011 12:07 AM
Hi all,I wanted to ping the group to hear if there has been more recent feedback on AC repairfolks in the area.We're in a Standard Pacific Casa-installed home, phase I. We were a resell, so we entered the house a year ago. Toward the end of last summer, we had the issue of the upstairs cooling beyond the setpoint (I assume due to dampers). We called a few different folks out to look at it.* Christianson said the dampers needed to be replaced at ~$1000* Casa said nothing was wrong. (Second opinion!).Cooler weather came in, which ended up eliminating our problem, so we let it sit. We had a Pecan Street Energy Audit, which revealed duct leakage. The company we called out (from the resell home warranty company) said that there were improperly closed cuts in the duct work (e.g. Casa from their inspection).Now, the upstairs is an icebox again. R&M and Fox seem to be the two that folks have had success with damper repairs. Was the $1000 repair quote in the right ballpark? I appreciate any suggestions/updates!Brandon
Pool Improvements/Closures
posted by Kevin McGillicuddy on June 14th, 2011 11:27 AM
Marty & Brandon, at the last POA meeting a couple of weeks ago, the question of future pools came up. As the planning currently stands, the next pool won't be built until construction begins on the sections to the east of Berkman, but that will be a while (I don't have section numbers handy, but it's the area east of the Control Tower). Nearer term, the next major housing area being built out is north of Simons and east of Mattie and west of Berkman, I believe. Quite a few houses will be going in there with a park of some sort, but no pool. From what I recall being told a couple of years ago, development of the area east of Berkman and north of Manor Rd. will require extensive drainage work because water will drain to the east and a retention pond or ponds like at Lake Park will have to be built, etc. So, development of that area will come after development of housing to the west of Berkman.
Transportation Committee
posted by Brandon Kraft on May 10th, 2011 10:30 PM
Related to the one-way/two-way alley ways, is this being looked at as an all-or-nothing issue, or will the allies be individually considered?I ask because some alleys, I agree, make no sense to be one-way, namely the one between Zach Scott, Scales, behind the Antone wedge, etc where it's a single alleyway that only intersects streets.Other alleys intersect alleys, such as the Mattie/Goochman/Zach Scott northern alley (I think the southern too). With the fencing in Mueller, making these alley-to-alley turns is often pretty blind and, as someone who lives at an alley/alley corner, glad that it is one-way. Have to exercise caution still since some of the rowhouses drive in the wrong way, but haven't seen anyone make the internal alley turn going the wrong direction yet (after I got my wife to stop!)Again, it sounds like many of the alleys seemingly have no reason to be one-way, but for the T-intersecting alleys, it makes a lot of sense to me.Thanks Betsy for keeping us in the loop and taking our views back to the powers that be.Brandon(North) Mattie
Post Office
posted by schroed on January 5th, 2011 11:05 PM
Apologies for hijacking the post office thread. I'm going to create a new topic, 'cus there are interesting similarities between mine and Brandon's stories that warrant further investigation.The rest of you feel free to continue grousing about the mail
Halloween- Question for new residents
posted by jzimm on November 1st, 2010 5:20 PM
We're right behind you, Brandon, and we lost count, we were so busy. I guesstimated round 300, which might agree with your tally rate, since one of us made an emergency grocery run around 7:30 and got almost as much candy again as we'd bought in the first place. Everything was gone except for a thin layer of lollipops at the bottom of the refilled-many-times bowl when we turned off all the lights. We had one really persistent doorbell-ringer about half an hour after that.We were here last year, and expected a lot based on that experience, but nothing like what we got this year. Husband totaled up the combined weights of all the bags of candy, and came up with 26.5 pounds. That's an awful lot.Cautionary note to all: there were several parents (or very much older brothers or sisters) collecting for themselves, some in costume, others not, and a couple of the males were a bit aggressive about it, even wanting to pick out what candy I gave them, and this was not including the one waving an open beer bottle about.
pumpkin patch
posted by Brandon Kraft on October 10th, 2010 10:59 AM
Don't hold me to it, but I think we're taking our 1-year old to this one next weekend (my wife did all the searching!)'s on 290 between Manor and Elgin. They also grow/sell Christmas trees later on in the year too.Cheers,Brandon
Airport/Zach Scott
posted by Brandon Kraft on October 8th, 2010 4:56 PM
Just checking in -- I see the signal construction at ZS/Airport. Is this for a full-blown traffic signal or for peds/bikes?Thanks!Brandon
Airport/Zach Scott
posted by Brandon Kraft on October 8th, 2010 4:54 PM
Just checking in -- I see the signal construction at ZS/Airport. Is this for a full-blown traffic signal or for peds/bikes?Thanks!Brandon
Play Date for 1 year old?
posted by Brandon Kraft on September 22nd, 2010 4:12 PM
Greetings all, My wife is looking for anyone with a little one in the one-year old ballpark who would be available for a playdate one weekday (M-Th) around 3 pm or so. Anyone out there? :-) Thanks, Brandon
Fall Fest October 29th at Maplewood Elementary School Help Requested!
posted by danyalekb on September 21st, 2010 4:04 PM
Would anyone be interested in volunteering to translate this to Spanish for me? It would be greatly appreciated :) To those with children at Maplewood Elementary: Hi Again Neighbors, So far, I have received only a few interested in volunteering or making donations for this event. Maybe it's still a bit early for some folks to start thinking about this, yet I believe the sooner we start pulling this together, the more organized and fun it will turn out. In order to make this event successful, I believe we need to unite together as a community so we can give our children fond childhood memories of their elementary school years. My son Brandon has always loved the fall fests he attended at his last elementary school for the three years he was there and the one he attended at Maplewood Elementary last year. I believe what makes any school event successful is due mostly to the effort, interaction and involvement of the surrounding communities, parents & teachers within the school. My hopes are that we can all work together so we can make this fall fest the best one yet; so that everyone's child who decides to attend this year has a fantastic time. We are discussing some new additions to the fall fest this year that we believe will be exciting and beneficial to both the parents and children. More details will be forthcoming. As we get closer to the date, there will be flyers sent home in Wednesday folders announcing the event and our needs (some of those needs are listed in the original post below). Please do not hesitate to call or email me if you have any questions or concerns. ******************************************************************* This year the Maplewood Elementary Halloween Fall Festival will be on October 29, 2010 at Maplewood Elementary School. I have also included the event on the Maplewood yahoo group calendar / listserv. The festival will start at 5:30pm and the theme will be "Storybook Characters". Kendall Levy (parent & chair) and Jessica Riggs (parent & co-chair) are also helping to organize this event. You can speak to any one of us. Kendall chaired the event last year, so many of you may already have met her. If anyone else would like to volunteer, please let me know; you can contact me via my contact info. We have plenty that needs to be done to make this a successful event for our little ones and appreciate any hands we can get. We need volunteers before, during and after the event. This includes organizing the event, helping set-up, working the booths or stations and breakdown/clean-up. More information will be forthcoming on how to register to volunteer. Even though we do not have the exact duties set-up yet, please just send me a quick email letting me know that you will be available to help out and I will provide you with a list of options once we have that pulled together. We are also seeking donations for prizes at the booths, as well as items for a raffle we will hold to raise money for the event next year and/or other events to benefit the school throughout the school year. Please let me know if you can donate anything to help out. Suggestions for items to donate include, but are not limited to the following: Monetary Donations (cash or checks payable to the Maplewood PTA) Gift cards – all kinds Gift baskets – all kinds Books Candles Knick Knacks Toys (can be new or gently used) Homemade craft items Tickets to games -baseball games, football games, hockey games, etc. Tote bags ….and any other item from A to Z Don't have anything to donate? How about baking something for the bake sale(examples: cookies, cupcakes, rice krispie treats, brownies, little cakes)? Also, if anyone in the neighborhood knows of any restaurants who may potentially want to be a vendor or if they are willing to donate any food items this year at the Fall Festival, please let me know so one of the chairs can contact them. We are trying to locate a pizza place(s) to donate pizzas this year to relieve some of the burden of the costs off of the parents. I tried Papa John's Pizza near our community, but their donation fund has already been exhausted because they help Dell Children's Hospital often. Please let me know if you have any questions or need further clarification. My contact info is below. Danyale Bryant 512-426-7033 Thank you very much for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you. Anything helps! :) Sincerely, Danyale Bryant, parent of Brandon Bryant, 5th grade
Pediatrician in/close to Mueller?
posted by canario on September 14th, 2010 7:41 PM
Brandon,Check out the following threads: luck,Alicia
Pediatrician in/close to Mueller?
posted by Brandon Kraft on September 14th, 2010 4:58 PM
Hello all, My wife and I are looking for a new pediatrician for our 1-year old. Our previous doc is pretty far south and a bit of a ways to travel. With Dell and everything, we thought there would be a general pediatrician close that is tied into all of that, but it doesn't seem that simple. Any suggestions? Thanks, Brandon
Transportation Issues
posted by Jessica Lovejoy on July 29th, 2010 1:51 PM
Betsy, Has there ever been any discussion about speed bumps on Zach Scott? There are some pretty fast drivers, and as Brandon notes above, it is easy to "zone out' on a wide straight street. I'm particularly concerned about increased traffic once Berkman goes through to 51st.
SP Home with Custom Electronic-installed security system
posted by Brandon Kraft on July 24th, 2010 10:53 AM
Greetings, Recently moved into a phase I SP home that had a Custom Electronics security system. The system was installed with the house and the first/only owner had never activated it. I had a security system guy (from a different company) come out today and said that the system was locked out -- a usual sign of a leased (not owned) system. Does anyone know if Phase I SP homes typically have owned systems or not? If so, did this problem happen to anyone else? The seller disclosure said it had a owned system, so trying to figure out what's the best course of action from this point. Thanks! Brandon
Looking for crib toy suggestions for 4 month old.
posted by smittyhoo on July 20th, 2010 2:37 PM
100% agree - routine is key.
Looking for crib toy suggestions for 4 month old.
posted by Brandon Kraft on July 20th, 2010 8:20 AM
My wife and I tried everything for our now-10-month old when she was that age. Frankly, we trued mobiles, "lovies" (little stuffed animals), the nightlight-that-projects onto the ceiling (no music though), playing classical music.We were told we have a "high maintenance baby" though, so hopefully you little one isn't!The thing that worked best for us is to put her down with a routine each time (read a couple of books, say the same things when we laid her down, etc) and make sure she's down in her crib before she gets "overtired". If we put her down too late, there was no chance of a good nap.Not extremely helpful, but eventually, she did figure it out. Naps decently now. Try to keep your sanity. Brandon
New Resident by way of 78704
posted by Mike Hammonds on July 13th, 2010 9:32 PM
Hi Brandon and Vanessa- Mike Hammonds here and we just moved in a few weeks ago over on the 4200 block of Gochman behind you... You will love it as everyone is so friendly... We moved over from Tarrytown and there's nothing like Mueller as people are always out and about.... Welcome to the Neighborhood. Mike Hammonds
New Resident by way of 78704
posted by Brandon Kraft on July 13th, 2010 5:15 PM
Greetings, My wife (Vanessa) and my under-a-year daughter (Olivia) moved into the 4200 block of Mattie this weekend. I office out of home working in the insurance business and my wife is a part-time high school teacher. Looking forward to meeting everyone out and about over the summer. Brandon
baby pool CLOSED
posted by todd calvert on May 29th, 2010 3:23 PM
Thanks Brandon. Great points. Todd
posted by Brandon Kraft on May 22nd, 2010 12:04 PM
This morning, I noticed caution tape surrounding the kiddie section of the pool. We're soon-to-be-moving into the neighborhood (driving around showing the in-laws the future house), so don't yet know the pool hours, but it was empty at 10 am.Brandon
For Sale: Office Corner Desk
posted by Brandon on April 5th, 2010 2:12 PM
Making room for a new baby and selling our office corner desk. Fantastic corner desk with one large filing cabinet and one movable drawer cabinet. Dark espresso color. Locking cabinets. Desk comes apart for easy movement. Length side 1 (left side in picture) = 89.5" by 24" deep. Length side 2 (right side in picture) = 78" by 22" deep (filing cabinet). listing on Austin Craigslist: Feel free to contact me via PM if interested. Cheers, Brandon
Window treatments on Roberts (Standard Pacific)
posted by jckt on December 18th, 2009 6:23 AM
We are in Brandon Plan next to your house.We work with Claudia for the window treatment.Please contact her and she will bring her portable office with all the samples to your house. Plan at least 4-5 hrsas you will be presentated with all the options... It is better to do this at the mueller house so that you will know ifthe color match.Here is the contact info: Ask for Claudia and mentioned my wife Priscilla to get a more deeper discount. Good luckhttp://www.gotchacoveredblinds.com512-250-8600Claudia & James CovianThanks!Joey
Google Wave
posted by momof4 on November 21st, 2009 10:46 AM
I think I made it public? I am just learning this all also... Brandon are you rested yet from your trip? (Ha) Can you check to see if it's done right? Also, Brandon found some really cool apps and things to put on there.Felicia
Permits are in!
posted by jckt on October 17th, 2009 9:06 AM
Hi Rachel and Dianne, Welcome to our neighbourhood. I am at 2604 Tom Miller (Brandon Mode) and so excited to start seeing neighbours on my right hand side. Brian and all the crew at Standard pacific homes are really nice to work with. We had moved in this house for over a year now and the 1 year warranty service is also good and responsive. Building a house is both a Joy and Painful experience. You have to follow every step that they do, every builders is the same, they are trying to achieve the certain quality with the lowest cost they can do. I hope that SP home had changes due to the current ecomony. Stop by sometime and introduce yourselves, I can surely share some experience with you. Joey and Priscilla
posted by annjerome on May 30th, 2009 3:02 PM
We'll try to be there - we'll be coming back that evening from a day at Schlitterbahn --- crazy day. Our son Brandon is 9 and attends St. Andrews - he is "officially" a 4th grader and is thrilled to see so many kids his age that are here!!
Mueller Networking Happy Hour
posted by smlynntx on May 17th, 2009 7:59 PM
Hi Brandon, I just joined the community website and came across your post. I work for a company where Frost Bank and Frost Insurance Agency is a client! Do you have any future happy hours planned? Meagan
Elementary After School Care for Fall 2009 and beyond?
posted by danyalekb on May 16th, 2009 7:24 PM
Hi, my name is Danyale. I live on Mattie Street. My son Brandon will be attending Maplewood starting Fall 09' in 4th grade. He is stillk way to young to be on his own after school. I recently learned the grant for afterschool childcare and classes at Maplewood was expiring and they are reapplying for a new one, but won't know anything until mid-summer if they are approved. If Maplewood does not receive the grant, does anyone know what other options they may set in place for afterschool child care? I am a single mother and work M-F 8am - 4:30 pm and am at a loss for what to do if the grant does not go through. Also, I was surprised to learn that Maplewood does not have ExtendACare (EAC) or YMCA afterschool care. I assumed maybe lack of space? My son has attended ExtendACare (EAC) at his current school, Barton Hills Elementary for the past two years and I have been very satisfied. The only thing I could think of is to see if there is enough interest among parents of students at Maplewood to see if we could get either ExtendACare or YMCA to establish an afterschool program there. The cost is reasonable. I pay $216/month and that is the most you have to pay. Some months cost less because of shorter months or holidays and EAC also has a sliding scale fee program, as does YMCA from what I researched on the website. Any suggestions would be helpful and appreciated.
Mueller Networking Happy Hour
posted by Brandon on May 8th, 2009 12:53 PM
Many thanks to Ken, his team at Frost bank, and to Mosaic for hosting the networking happy hour yesterday. It was great to meet a lot of the small businesses working with and around Mueller. Cheers,Brandonp.s. If you haven't already done so please join the Mueller Professional Networking group on LinkedIn.
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