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posted by Ashar Seo on October 26th, 2019 9:53 AM
Within the commercial lending arena, there are many different elements that will determine business loan rates for each client. Understanding these pieces to the lending puzzle will better prepare you as a borrower when seeking a commercial loan. Casumo
Why You Need a Hygienic Sphere Valve
posted by sunny wosh on September 28th, 2019 11:00 AM
Countless things need hygienic ball valves in them to regulate theprogression of some liquid or air. There are a wide variety of sorts of shutoffs. One type of shutoff is a turned on round valve. It has a round plate in it. The circle has an opening in it. At the point when that void is agreed with the remainder of the hose pipe or pipe, or open, it enables the fluid or air to move with. At the point when the opening isn't associated the pipe, or shut, there is no stream that happens. There are numerous manner ins which this gizmo can function. There are some that are hand-operated, which somebody needs to open or near to hand, yet the most commonly recognized type is the impelled ball shutoff. This kind of shutoff utilizes an actuator, which is an outdoors power that makes the valve open or close. There are numerous kinds of turned on round valves, as well as what can manage them. One type is a pneumatic shutoff. A pneumatic actuator is managed by means of air, so it would make use of air capacity to open or close the shutoff. An additional type of actuator that you can uncover on an incited sanitary sphere valve is managed by an electrical engine. This type relies upon the engine to rushed to turn the plate to open or close the shutoff. You can likewise uncover ones that application a stress driven engine to enact them. Water power trusts a liquid to make them work.sanitary diaphragm valves Round valves themselves can be divided right into a couple of kinds. You can get this program when driving impelled round shutoffs that are solidified steel as well as have a couple of open ports, which will certainly offer the valves a possibility to manage more than one pipeline. You can find ball joints in a wide variety of dimensions, so you can select one that will harmonize your products and their demands. Considering that there are such a significant number of decisions in dimension, putting together, actuators and products for sphere joints, it is anything however tough to locate the one that functions the most effective for you, despite what you need for it to do. The best ones are made of tempered steel, which will not corrosion as well as will keep choosing quite a while. Of all the various type of valves obtainable readily available for fluids, round valves are likely the most well-known. Their ubiquity stems from the capacity of this sort of shutoff to be used in a large variety of utilizations, providing positive dealing with even adhering to a long time of negligence. The name "sphere valve" mentions the working little the valve, which as opposed to being a door or flapper is a real round. There is a space tired with the shutoff, for the fluid to pass when open. The actuator is attached to the valve, at ninety degrees from this gap. When it is transformed ninety levels, it puts the space contrary to the opening in the pipeline or tubing, presenting a solid face to the stream method. sanitary ball valves As a result of its fundamental strategy, round valves are remarkably versatile. They can stand up to high weight without damage and also are properly versatile to either hand-operated task or solenoid job. The strategy furthermore adjusts rapidly to an assortment of materials, enabling a similar necessary framework to be utilized for harmful liquids too. Since there is just one relocating part, as well as exceptionally constricted plausibility of the scraped area, sphere shutoffs are really long lasting. Never like entryway valves and some others, they shouldn't be oiled up as safety from the elements. A range of the sanitary ball valve, called a 3-way shutoff has the space permeated with the round to form a ninety-degree joint. With this structure, the shutoff can be utilized as a diverter valve, drawing away an approaching liquid stream right into both of two unique headings, or stopping the stream altogether. An additional variety, the 4-way valve has actually a T bored via the ball, allowing it to interface any 3 of four ports for significantly confused diverter plans. Like the crucial sphere shutoff, these designs can be created either guidebook or solenoid activity. It is notable to us that a ball valve is a valve with a circular plate including numerous round spaces. The circle is suggested to realise the opening and shutting of the valve by turning upon the shutoff take care of. What's even more, it can move within 90 degrees. The structure leads sphere valves to be proper in the field of buttons as well as stop valves. They are typically utilized to quit or control streams in funnels. Additionally, the strategy empowers ball valves to regulate the stream with union, isolation as well as stream switch. Without a doubt, sphere valves are generally used to the areas of oil refining, pipe, compound, paper, pharmaceutical, water, power, civil and also steel industry, etc, which truly think a conclusive job in the nationwide economy. The facts demonstrate that the features of hygienic round valves advantage a great deal throughout the working treatment. Originally, it is light with a clear structure. The stream would certainly stream conveniently. Besides, both plates assure the snugness. As materials for the dealing with surface are generally different plastics, the optimal opening snugness overviews the shutoff to be generally utilized, even in the vacuum cleaner framework. Finally, it is straightforward to function. The deal with can be turned from a long splitting up inside 90 levels in a brief span. Moreover, it makes sure that the straight and vibrant structure declares for discharge and substitution. Furthermore, the stream would certainly not degenerate the dealing with face as a result of complete cut-off or completely open. Ultimately, the shutoff body can be either important or private. sanitary butterfly valves Other than positive conditions, there are a few viewpoints that sphere valves ought to be improved. It is the little extent of performing temperature levels. Because the material of the dealing with surface can not tolerate heat. Subsequently, it is a good opportunity for future manufacturers to overcome this deficiency by making use of different materials. It is vital to plan and also supply them as demands be for the idea of protection and execution. Also, it is essential to introduce and function the equipment depending on the advice. A t that point, it can function getting it done. Most importantly, we have some information on the favorable circumstances and problems of a sphere shutoff. Furthermore, it is a good possibility or difficulty to beat the shortages so regarding utilize it.
APD Burglary Unit Offers Holiday Tips to Keep You Safe
posted by franks sheds on October 27th, 2016 1:14 AM
Absolutely right ..buddy..going on holidays give chances to bad elements to execute their criminal plans.So before going to anywhere keep your property in safe places.I always use Storage Sheds in Miami for the protection of my property if i am out of town.they are very much trustable.
LOST: Russian Tortoise @Elysian Apts property
posted by Kathleen Ensey on October 29th, 2015 2:52 PM
MISSING since Wed, 28 Oct - Russian Tortoise named Rudy on the north side of the Elysian Apartments, formerly called Elements. All 8 inches long of Rudy is loved dearly, so PLEASE respond directly to his human: fqb8x-5290066903@comm.craigslist.org http://austin.craigslist.org/laf/5290066903.html Thanks for reading, caring & sharing his lost notice, Dolly
Solar Panel Cleaning Service
posted by Joseph Newman on January 16th, 2015 5:04 PM
Don't loose on your energy savings because of dirty solar modules. Weird Window Cleaning offers solar panel cleaning using methods and tools which are at the vanguard of solar cleaning technology. Our purified water-fed pole cleaning method leaves your solar panels spotless and will boost efficiency by up to 30%. Contact us for more details: Price per solar module is $2.50. Save extra when you bundle with our window cleaning services. Email: info@weirdwindowcleaning.com Please read more below to find out about our solar panel cleaning service. ********* I am sure you understand the reasoning behind investing in regular solar panel cleaning and maintenance. You are essentially putting money back into your pocket by improving efficiency and avoiding costly replacement and repair cost. Please take a moment to read some more about our solar panel cleaning methods and tools. ****** Our solar panel cleaning and maintenance company consists of an expert team of dedicated professionals in Austin that offer solar panel service in Central Texas. Our team can help you ensure that your solar panels are always clean and well maintained so you can get the maximum efficiency from your solar system. WHY DO YOU NEED SOLAR PANEL CLEANING ? Dirty and dust covered solar panels will only be able to utilize half of the sunlight that they will be exposed to. Regular solar panel system check can not only help you improve the efficiency of your solar system but will also improve its life span. We work with solar panels installed for industrial, commercial and domestic utilization. Our team includes highly experienced, well equipped and knowledgeable experts who work with the latest technology and tools to deliver exceptional solar panel maintenance and cleaning services in Austin. We help our clients get the most out of their investment so they can continue enjoying this clean, green energy alternative system for years to come. INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF YOUR SOLAR PANELS Solar panels can get dirty very quickly from dirt, dust, pollen, tree and bird droppings, pollution and traffic staining since they are exposed to natural elements. According to the research studies conducted by SEPA Solar Electric Power Association and various other organizations, regular solar panel cleaning and maintenance can actually improve the efficiency of your solar panels by up to 30%. With this massive increase in efficiency, your solar panels will operate more cost effectively. It goes without saying that homeowners and business owners should therefore seriously consider regular solar panel service. OUR CLEANING PROCESS Our cleaning process begins with a thorough solar panel system check. We begin by checking the condition of the wiring, system brackets and a visual check of solar panels, inverter and silicone connections. Once we determine the extent of damage and cleaning needs we clean the solar panels with our water purification system for ensuring thorough clean and maximum efficiency. Our water filtering system is also regularly checked with a TDS meter. Once the cleaning job has been completed, we provide clients with a full report along with recommendations about their solar system. Advanced Technology And Cleaning Methods At Weird Window Cleaning, we believe in using the latest cleaning methods and tools to ensure that our clients receive the best quality services. We use light weight, extended reach, carbon fiber hollow poles to reach your solar panels. These poles deliver purified, chemical free water to the bristle brush that is used to clean the debris and dust off your solar panels. Once cleaned, we use pure water to rinse the panels off. Our solar panel cleaning services have been designed to be completely safe and chemical free to ensure that your rainwater storage tanks will not be harmed. OUR SERVICES • Offer regular solar panel cleaning and maintenance services to increase the efficiency of your solar panels • We handle solar panel cleaning and maintenance jobs of any size, from small residential projects to large industrial jobs • We use safe, chemical free cleaning methods and pure water to ensure a thorough clean without leaving any residue or harmful chemicals behind • We use advanced cleaning tools to ensure exceptional results every single time
FREE 8-bottle wine fridge, tabletop stainless grill,, open bag potting soil
posted by Jenny Magic on August 23rd, 2014 7:56 AM
We live in a tiny apartment in Elements at Mueller and just don't have room for a couple things from our old house. Putting out by our porch today - free for the taking. Details: Wine fridge is this model: http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-CWC-800-8-Bottle-Private-Stainless/dp/B001NGO28G Grill: http://www.cabelas.com/product/CABELAS-STAINLESS-STEEL-TABLE-TOP/1749544.uts (has been scrubbed within an edge of it's life) Plus maybe 1/3 a bag of Miracle Gro Pottiing Soil: http://www.acehardware.com/product/index.jsp?productId=1335645&KPID=1042834&pla=pla_1042834 Our ground-floor porch faces James Wheat Street, just one unit off the corner of Robert Browning Drive. Sadly, they didn't number the units from the patio, but we have two green window boxes of flowers to identify us. Items will be visible from the street, if they are not out they have been taken. Let me know of any issues or thoughts by phone or text - I likely won't check email much this weekend. Thanks! Jenny & Scott Magic 512-994-5762 mobile (Jenny)
Calling all residents of Mosaic, Elements, and Greenway Lofts
posted by Chase Norris on June 14th, 2014 8:19 AM
looks like you have to highlight/copy/paste the link..
Calling all residents of Mosaic, Elements, and Greenway Lofts
posted by Chase Norris on June 14th, 2014 8:18 AM
Calling all residents of the apartments on Mueller Blvd (Elements, Mosaic, and Greenway Lofts): I just created a listserv, the purpose of which is to connect the residents of Mosaic, Elements and Greenway Lofts at Mueller. I'm not knocking NextDoor or citiCite, which I think are both great; I just thought it might be useful to have something hyper-local as well, i.e. a network concentrated enough so that people needing to borrow a screwdriver or sell an iPad could actually walk to someone willing to lend them one or buy it. If you're interested, just follow the link below: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/mueller-apartment-dwellers
Family Saturday - Woven World at Laguna Gloria
posted by Abby Mechling on May 28th, 2014 3:07 PM
Family Day with Orly Genger June 14, Saturday, 11a - 3p The Contemporary Austin at Laguna Gloria. 3809 W. 35th Street, Austin, Texas. Enter the woven world of artist Orly Genger as we make colorful creatures, then grab some natural elements to add to a collaborative weaving wall overlooking the lagoon at Laguna Gloria. Genger’s monumental outdoor installation Current, 2014, is on view now. See attached photograph. Please join us. $5 members and $10 non-member families. Abby Mechling 512/458-8191 x 213
Transportation Committee meeting notes 21 May 2014
posted by Betsy on May 21st, 2014 5:12 PM
- Section 7c - 274 lots near WF Terrace (Tilley to ZS) including full buildout of Berkman up to Zach Scott.--1st phase lots (southern) to builder in July, 2nd phase in Dec.--Includes ‘dogbone’ part of greenway. Start that and next park/pool in September with completion expected in mid-2015.In design on Section 9 - North of Zach Scott and west of Vaughan up to Philomena. Includes the rest of Berkman buildout. Start late this year and complete end of 2015.-AISD PAC should open late this year-AMLI complete end of 2014 with people moving in 1st quarter of 2015-Torchy’s projecting a September opening (currently in permitting)- City/Catellus collected data last fall - 85% speeds were about 34-35mph and some cars clocked at 40-45 mph. Catellus looking at how to manage in interim and ultimate. - Traffic patterns will continue to change as more of the street grid is constructed. For example, when - Tilley is constructed from Manor to 51st, it may relieve some of the traffic volume on Berkman.- Speeding issues were discussed. Catellus thinks the ultimate design with the median will ‘handle’ the speed issue. There was a lot of discussion about whether this theory of ‘street friction’ substantially slowing traffic would actually be realized. Responsible drivers will slow but they wouldn’t be driving 45mph now either. Catellus was asked to take a ‘hard look’ and ‘soon’ at options for the ultimate buildout to reduce the potential for speeding. They were specifically asked to look at full-size roundabouts at key intersections (Zach Scott, Simond, and possibly Philomena) without disrupting already-built structures (homes). Catellus (Dee Desjardin) agreed to:---Look at full roundabouts as an option on Berkman along with other options. --- Share information with the Transportation Committee and with residents. They may look at setting up a stakeholder working group. It was stressed that this is a critical issue needing community involvement and that involved residents could help communicate the reasons for future decisions to our neighbors.- Regarding interim improvements, we discussed having the City remove one parking space on the northwest corner of each intersection to improve the sight distance to the left as you pull out of the development on the west side of Berkman. The City has agreed to look at each intersection with me. The degree of improvement to be expected from removing one space will depend on the curvature of Berkman near the intersection. Please discuss on this forum or send me a PM with specific suggestions/ideas. I need all information by .- Catellus plans to arrange a meeting with residents on Berkman, and others interested in issues associated with Berkman, in mid-June.- Status of reconstruction - in permitting process at City. Construction may start in about 2 months. - Traffic impacts during construction - at least one lane of traffic will remain open per the City. Primary work to be done 9-4. Night construction not planned.- City looking at bike signal grant to improve bike crossing of Airport at Aldrich. - City will ask their bike program staff for ideas on how to improve the crossing of Airport at Zach ScottCherrywood reps reported that some at Mueller NA have started a discussion with Cherrywood NA to discuss whether it would be possible/acceptable to remove the longhorns on Airport. Discussions have just begun.- No Parking signs have been installed in front of the Elements apartments where people were parking in the travel lane- No Parking signs will be added on Berkman between McBee and Simond because the roadway is too narrow for parking there (during this interim position) and due to ongoing violations by people parking in the cycle track.Mueller Parking Study and Recommendations (Jill - COA)- Catellus/city (transportation, parking management, economic development departments) been working on parking management to be proactive at Mueller, instead of reacting laterCatellus engaged Nelson/Nygard consultants (experts in parking management)- Workshop held last summer and have had focus group meetings with residential and commercial stakeholders- Now have study recommendations---- Create parking and transportation management district (PTMD)---- Mechanism to look at issues from all angles together & sets up geographic area and toolkit of solutions to address parking issues (pay parking, residential parking program, etc). Also looks beyond the PTMD geography at how parking at Mueller impacts surrounding neighborhoods.---- Looking at options for long-term stakeholder input---- Councilman Riley proposes (tomorrow’s agenda) to direct City Manager to formalize district here and proceed with drafting guidelines.---- Timeline - may have process in place by end of this year. Dee will send link to PowerPoint presentation given to PIAC recently.---- PTMD would be 1st in Austin so Mueller would be a pilot---- May also include something similar to a Parking Benefit District so that part of income would stay in Mueller for funding other amenities. This would be one item of discussion in creating the PTMD.Atkins Engineering is preparing a preliminary engineering report to sort out specifics of Vision Plan. So far is looks like the concepts in the plan will work within the ‘real world’. More info/drawings anticipated by late summer to share with larger stakeholder meeting and possibly reconvene small workgroup in July or August.- Safety concern Airport & Aldrich going NW (outside of curve in front of Mosaic on Airport, between Aldrich and the fire station) - Cars hit curb (hydroplane or not paying attention) and there have been several close calls with pedestrians. City/Catellus look at chevrons, etc. as options.- Traffic Signals at 51st & Mueller - Signal installation is planned... City is looking at 51st St vision and City will update us on whether/when they’ll move forward.
Thank you for your support of Mueller Highlife!
posted by Greg Petersen on March 30th, 2014 12:10 AM
Hi Everyone - I just wanted to say thank you for your support and business in getting Mueller Highlife off the ground. Business has been healthy, and the folks I have worked with have been amazing. Folks have been especially appreciative with the fact that I offer "all in" pricing, so there are almost never any addition feeds, upcharges, taxes, delivery expenses, etc - the price on the site is the price you pay. I myself get frustrated when I see a price advertised and then learn that what I really want is far more expensive. I realize I could get more folks in the door with a lower "advertised price" and then upsell/nickel/dime them, but I prefer to be transparent and then capture new business from recommendations and referrals. I'm happy to announce that I'll now be able to get a new Mueller Highlife dedicated vehicle that is sure to make life easier for me, and make services and installations quicker and more seamless. But I need your help... attached are two mock-ups for exterior design of the vehicle. I would like your opinion. Please vote the color of your choice (the one you'd be proud to see rolling around town), and any feedback on the design elements. I'd also like to announce that I'm adding a new service for the business - custom closet storage! I didn't even have it listed as an option (until a couple of days ago) - and yet - it has been the #1 requested solution thus far. After doing a couple of installations I went to The Container Store and got an estimate for an equivalent solution (Elfa) - and I was pleasantly surprised to see that the installs I performed came in at a full 40% cheaper than what they were able to quote. Lower overhead on my part?! In any event, very exciting. Thanks again everyone! Greg 512-704-4960 InspiredUrbanLiving.com
Tankless hot water heaters and variable hot water
posted by Christopher Blythe on January 29th, 2014 2:25 PM
We have a tankless hot water heater in our home, and over the past few months, I've noticed that our hot water cycles between hot and cold. I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this and figured out the cause? I suspect it's due to lower water pressure or scaling on the heating elements (since our unit has never been serviced or de-scaled). Anyway, was hoping someone on the forums would have some useful information. I'm also curious to know if anyone has tried to flush/de-scale their tankless heater on their own?
Michael Adams Benefit Coffee Shop Ride, Sunday, Nov. 24, 8:30
posted by langhugh on November 23rd, 2013 9:32 PM
From Doug on Facebook: "Ok, the weather is not looking good in the morning. However, I just happen to run into Rod Ruoff this evening and he had a great suggestion. The event will go on. For those hardy souls who want to brave the elements, we will meet as scheduled and ride to Cherrywood Coffee House. If its raining, I will be driving my car, but encourage those who want to ride to do it. For those who want to drive their warm, dry gas and/or electric motor vehicle, they are welcome to meet us at the Coffee House. So here's the sched: - Bikers: Depart Pinckney St. next to the pool at 8:30- Car Riders: Meet at Cherrywood Coffee House at 8:45Either way, please bring a check made out to the Adams Family for a minimum donation of $10 per person or donate online at http://www.adamsstrong.com/"
Down to the Wire! Bringing Urban Rail to Mueller and East Austin!
posted by Kathy Sokolic on November 15th, 2013 11:20 AM
Thank you Jeremy, and we look forward to adding residents at Elements!!Kathy
Down to the Wire! Bringing Urban Rail to Mueller and East Austin!
posted by Jeremy McHaney on November 15th, 2013 11:10 AM
Hi Kathy,My name is Jeremy and I'm the Leasing Manager with the Mosaic at Mueller and also apart of our newest addiditon the Elements at Mueller. I've emailed all my residents in regards to this and have asked my corporate office for any assistance they can offer. Please keep me in the loop and let me know if there anyway we can help out. Sincerely,Jeremy McHaney | Mosaic at Mueller | Leasing Managerwww.MosaicAustin.com View Video Tour of Mosaic at Mueller!Redefining Excellence in Apartment Living4600 Mueller Blvd | Austin, TX 78723Direct 512.474.5483| 512.474.2818| mosaiclm@greystar.comGreystar Real Estate Partners, its Team Members, and managed Communities are proud supporters of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. Help us make an impact- Donate Today!!
Crossfit Elements Anyone?
posted by Leila on September 19th, 2013 8:40 AM
Is anyone interested in signing up for an Elements class at Crossfit Central? If we sign up in a group of 2, then we save $40/person, and if we sign up in a group of 3, we save $90/person. We do not have to sign up for the same session.
Transportation Committee meeting notes 8/28/13
posted by Betsy on August 28th, 2013 5:08 PM
---- 60 lot subdivision just West of HEB (last on west side of Berkman) - lots will be turned over to builders in December-- Section 6 building underway - sales are good. AVI working with City on building permits to start soon.-- Paseo construction continues next to Thinkery - Simond is now open with raised crosswalk. Paseo will open in about 1.5 months. Thinkery opening in December.-- AMLI under construction - no completion date provided-- Parking garage open in November (different levels may open in phases)-- Section 7 (next residential around Wildflower Terrace) - framed by Zach Scott & Tilley. Will be constructed in 2 phases - about 260 lots. Deconstruction of old airport infrastructure is done. Catellus will start construction next month with first lots to builders next May. The first phase is bounded by Tom Miller/Berkman/Tilley/Sorin. The 2nd phase is bounded by Berkman/Zach Scott/Tilley/Sorin and will include the 2nd pool and some multi-family sites near the Tower. The Tower remains an open block for now.-- Design of SE Greenway is underway. Section between Berkman and Tilley will be constructed with this phase, as will part of the detention pond to the east. -- AISD goal is to open Fall 2014-- Elements at Mueller (Mosaic 2) - leasing soon... opening in phases starting in about a month.-- Striping of bike lanes on 51st East of Berkman will be done in next couple of weeks-- Berkman will be completed as the full section from Philomena to 51st by end of the year.Tom Wald (Cherrywood NA rep and BikeAustin director) discussed interim conditions and safety. Problems seen - -- NB on Mueller odd at AISD property because it ends suddenly due to construction. Has been coned off now until construction is complete.-- Trucks parking in cycle tracks at construction sites. Construction debris in cycle tracks. Need better communication to builders to keep them clean. These should be treated as roadways open to traffic. Catellus and City working on education of subcontractors through builders. Catellus plans to give flyers to builders that they can provide to subcontractors. Tom will get help from City bike staff to develop flyer.-- City looking at placing some kind of channelizing device at the ends of cycle track curbs to improve visibility. These will be a temporary installation.-- Concerns about how close cars park to corner that compromises ability for cars to see cyclists. Looking at ways to better communicate parking limitations. Don’t assume parking is permitted the entire length of the cycle track curb. Parking restrictions under state law about proximity to intersections still apply.-- Concern about people walking in cycle tracks where sidewalks are available. Tom to develop materials and provide to Jessica. She will provide to reps from adjacent neighborhoods to share with their communities, and POA will share with Mueller residents.-- Catellus mentioned that a 2-way Cycle track is planned on future sections of Zach Scott, but that existing sections would remain the same.-- Speeding on Berkman - APD doing enforcement and our off-duty officers are also watching.-- Cap Metro - Made presentation at PIAC about modifying the #20 route to serve Berkman from Manor to 51st. Extensive public involvement is required so it’s a lengthy process. Encourage those who want this service to contact Cap Metro.-- 4-way Stop installed at Barbara Jordan at Mueller. City doing traffic counts and signal warrant study in next 2-3 months to see if a signal is warranted.-- Bike facilities on Barbara Jordan - Bike path planned on north side of Barbara Jordan (concrete) - from Berkman to Lancaster. Catellus may put interim decomposed granite trail in on South side.-- Numerous crashes at this location. City has tried several solutions without success. Next steps include:------ Interim proposal (by October) - City will install devices to prohibit left out from both sides (Home Depot and Wells Fargo) and straight through travel between the parking lots will be prohibited. ------ Long term - signal (privately funded) that will re-instate all movements. Funding uncertain - maybe retail developer and Catellus shared cost. -- No changes proposed in immediate future.-- Section 7 folks will likely enter/exit Mueller via Manor Road-- Pershing will be reduced to one lane in each direction.-- City will do more counts on Pershing to see the impact of Berkman opening and HEB opening.-- Signal at Zach Scott will be installed next 2-3 months-- Signal at Mueller/51st, Barbara Jordan/Mueller and Berkman/Barbara Jordan - traffic signal warrant studies in next 3 months-- Urban Rail - Announcements/meetings/public workshops should be coming up this Fall. Effort is to select which corridor is 1st priority. First public meetings planned for 9/25-27 and Oct 2 and a webinar on 9/27. Briefing Urban Transportation Commission on Sept 10. City is also available to meet with POA or MNA, or both.-- Aldrich roundabout - Catellus meeting with City tomorrow to review design drawings. No markings proposed in central circle. Granite curb in middle not being touched (nor is tree). Project is funded but not sure when construction will begin.-- Curve warning signs on Airport behind Mosaic (at Aldrich) - City looking at whether signs are needed. Some northbound vehicles running over the curb periodically, especially if road is wet.-- Signal at 51st/Old Manor will remain (was going to be temporary).-- Status of NO PARKING sign removal - Dipti will check with Peter Marsh-- Parking near mailboxes - Dipti will check with Peter Marsh about whether City can paintcurb red in front of mailbox clusters.Next meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 26th. (may be moved to week prior due to Thanksgiving)
Mueller Public Parking Workshop TONIGHT!
posted by Kathleen Malcom on June 18th, 2013 8:40 AM
Development continues to pick up pace at Mueller and you can see elements of the Aldrich Street town center taking shape, including the district parking garage currently under construction directly north of the Thinkery (formerly the Austin Children’s Museum). Parking supply, behavior and how it is managed - whether in lots or garages or on the street - is an important consideration in Mueller’s planning. That’s why the Mueller Team is hosting a public parking workshop next Tuesday, June 18 beginning at 6 p.m. This workshop will provide information and gain feedback about the various parking considerations for Mueller as it expands. National parking expert Jessica ter Schure of Nelson\Nygaard will share a presentation, which will be followed by smaller group discussions to gain valuable input from Mueller stakeholders. A printed survey will be provided following the workshop and an online survey will be available soon after. Please join us for this important input session: Mueller Public Parking Workshop Tuesday, June 18 from 6-8 p.m. Our Lady's Maronite Catholic Church at 1401 East 51st Street (map) • Presentation/overview of Mueller parking needs and best practices with national parking expert from Nelson\Nygaard • Group discussions about parking options such as parking meters, event traffic management and residential parking permits • Parking survey • Mr. Gatti’s Pizza, veggie trays and cold water • Drawing at end of the evening for two $50 gift certificates to Longhorn Bicycles on East Cesar Chavez St. The Mueller Team 4550 Mueller Blvd Austin, Texas 78723 Phone: 512.703.9202 http://www.MuellerAustin.com
Interior Design Consultation
posted by Elements Designer on June 15th, 2013 2:02 PM
The owners of elements design studio have years of experience assisting our clients to visually transform their space from concept to reality. We offer customized services depending on your needs including new home construction, paint consults, furniture planning, lighting assessment, accessories, artwork, and much more! Contact us for a free 1 hour design consultation. Deya Granado, phone: 512-255-2721 email: elements-ds.com">christie@elements-ds.com
Interior Design Services
posted by Christie Rodriguez on June 11th, 2013 10:15 PM
The owners of elements design studio have years of experience assisting our clients to visually transform their space from concept to reality. We offer customized services depending on your needs including new home construction, paint consults, furniture planning, lighting assessment, accessories, artwork, and much more. Contact us for a free 1 hour design consultation! elements-ds.com">christie@elements-ds.com
Transportation Committee meeting notes
posted by Betsy on February 27th, 2013 8:39 PM
Transportation Committee Meeting notes27 February 2013----- Aldrich/McBee - open in 1 month or so--- Section 6b has been turned over to the builders for home construction--- Berkman extension - should pave in next week. Open about April 1.--- Work at 51st/Berkman continues--- Mueller Blvd. full width construction is underway south to Barbara Jordan, and will include cycle tracks.--- Closing with AISD in next week and they should start construction within 60 days on the Performing Arts Center--- AMLI construction starts about 60 days (permits pending)--- Paggi Sq complete next 60 days. Opening party in planning stages.--- Residential (66 lots) north of 6b - start const in May--- Section 7 (277 lots) behind WFT - start July/Aug construction on infrastructure--- Elements at Mueller (Mosaic 2) - preleasing in March--- 1st town Center parking garage started - complete mid-Nov.... 560 spots (4 stories) - across McBee from Children’s Museum--- HEB planning to open June 21--- Berkman/51st intersection will include Accessible Pedestrian Signals (audible). Several visually impaired residents in Windsor Park have asked for these to assist them with crossing 51st to shop at the HEB.--- City recognizes the problem but it’s not highest safety priority and they have no plans to install turn lanes.--- Airport Blvd - curve for northbound traffic in front of Mosaic... concern about speeding/hydroplaning vehicles jumping the curve and hitting pedestrians. City will look to see if curve warning signs are warranted. Also discussed whether 3 lanes are needed north of Manor, until you get to I-35.--- Signal at Zach Scott will be installed late this year.--- Urban Rail and maintenance facility - City updated PIAC this month. Consultants still defining need, and alternative designs. Asking for 2.5 - 5.0 acre site for long-term needs of full system buildout. Early commitment from City/Catellus was to provide 2.5 acre site. Talking with Catellus about potential for mixed-use site. City plans further outreach in future (April-May).--- Aldrich roundabout - Still in design. Reviewing with City in next few weeks. Turn plans over to City in April. City has contractor on board and project is funded, so it should proceed quickly.--- Trail connections to surrounding neighborhoods, esp. at east end of Bartholomew Park. Details not determined yet. Connection is still planned.--- City thinks signal at 51st/Old Manor will remain (was going to be temporary).--- Candlesticks at Barbara Jordan - Crashes are continuing and the City is reviewing options.--- Catellus aware of concerns about cut-through traffic and potential speeding on Berkman. They are going to step-up off-duty patrols to issue citations, and looking at educational materials. City will do before/after traffic counts. Suggestion to Catellus to consider installing the speed limit signs with the live, electronic speed measurement/display. City says they aren’t that effective in reducing speed.--- Driveway - HEB gas station to 51st. Questions from Windsor Park residents about how Market District driveways will align with Bartholomew Park driveways and how turning movements will work together. Jessica will try to get updated plan layout to distribute.--- City looking to install road diet (reduce 4 lanes to 3 lanes plus bike lanes, like on Manor Rd.) on 51st from Berkman to Manor, later this summer.--- JJ Seabrook - Parks Dept. working with neighborhood on plan to reduce Pershing to 2-lane roadway, and convert existing southbound lanes into bike/hike trail down to MLK.--- Tree trimming needed to restore sign visibility - report sign obstructions to 311. City responsibility if no homeowner is responsible (adjacent to parks, etc.)--- Status of NO PARKING sign removal - City will look at in next 1-2 months--- Parking near mailboxes - City will look at painting curb red in front of mailbox clusters.Next meeting is May 29.
Nexus Taekwondo—First Month FREE!
posted by Brad Perkins on February 12th, 2013 6:20 AM
Get your child enrolled today. Nexus Taekwondo is offering for a limited time—first month free. Contact instructor Brad Perkins for more details at (512) 560-1008. Nexus Taekwondo has developed an effective and unique program that marries the character development elements of Tae Kwon Do with those of the Olympic ideals. This methodology has produced many local, state, regional, junior national, senior national and international champions. Our focus is on creating champions in life, not only in the ring. Taekwondo primary core focus is: courtesy, integrity, self-control, indomitable spirit, discipline, courage and perseverance. These qualities are developed through the intensive physical, mental and spirit (development) training of Olympic-style Tae Kwon Do training. Our students learn core life lessons in preparedness, discipline, pride, focus and other elements that create success in all aspects of life through Tae Kwon Do training. Life will always provide the ultimate challenges for any individual. The control of emotion and how to channel that energy creates mastery and ultimately success in life. Furthermore, our students benefit from exposure to world-class athletes and Olympians making success tangible and not just an ideal. Living this success becomes real to them, which has made Nexus Taekwondo programs very successful. Similarly, these world-class athletes learn the true rewards of reaching the top by giving back and helping others grow and become successful thru mentoring and playing role model.
Nexus Taekwondo back-to-school offer—first month free!
posted by Brad Perkins on August 7th, 2012 10:20 PM
Nexus taekwondo is offering for a limited time—first month free. Contact instructor Brad Perkins for more details at (512) 560-1008. Nexus Taekwondo has developed an effective and unique program that marries the character development elements of Tae Kwon Do with those of the Olympic ideals. This methodology has produced many local, state, regional, junior national, senior national and international champions. Our focus is on creating champions in life, not only in the ring. Taekwondo primary core focus is: courtesy, integrity, self-control, indomitable spirit, discipline, courage and perseverance. These qualities are developed through the intensive physical, mental and spirit (development) training of Olympic-style Tae Kwon Do training. Our students learn core life lessons in preparedness, discipline, pride, focus and other elements that create success in all aspects of life through Tae Kwon Do training. Life will always provide the ultimate challenges for any individual. The control of emotion and how to channel that energy creates mastery and ultimately success in life. Furthermore, our students benefit from exposure to world-class athletes and Olympians making success tangible and not just an ideal. Living this success becomes real to them, which has made Nexus Taekwondo programs very successful. Similarly, these world-class athletes learn the true rewards of reaching the top by giving back and helping others grow and become successful thru mentoring and playing role model.
From our APD District Rep.
posted by danx111 on March 21st, 2012 12:12 PM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 20, 2012 Contact: Public Information Office, 974-5017 APD Highway Enforcement Command will continue Pedestrian Safety Initiative Today, the APD Highway Enforcement Command announced the enhancement of the Pedestrian Enforcement Safety Team initiative, which will begin Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The enhancement includes the utilization of plain-clothes officers at crosswalks and other pedestrian crossings. In addition, officers will move to various locations throughout the city. Below are some key elements of the Initiative:  Violations include:  Failure to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks  Vehicles blocking crosswalks  Pedestrian Crossing at point other than Crosswalks  Disregarding Pedestrian Control Device  Solicitation by Pedestrian  Pedestrian Crossing Where Prohibited (Mopac, I-35, etc.)  Pedestrian in the Roadway The goal of the initiative is to educate the community about pedestrian laws and to conduct enhanced enforcement operations. There have been 8 pedestrians and bicyclists killed in crashes so far this year. Pedestrian Safety Tips: o Walk on sidewalks. If sidewalks are not available, walk on the edge of the road or on the left shoulder of the road, facing the traffic flow. Use pedestrian bridges when they are available. o Cross at marked crosswalks or intersections. Cars most often hit pedestrians when they cross the road at places other than intersections. Public Information Office: (512) 974-5017 715 E. 8th St. Austin, Texas 78701 http://www.austintexas.gov/police o Look left, right, and left for traffic. Stop at the curb and look left, right, and left again for traffic. Stopping at the curb signals drivers that you intend to cross. Always obey traffic signals. o See and be seen. Drivers need to see you to avoid you. o Stay out of the driver's blind spot o Make eye contact with drivers when crossing busy streets o Wear bright colors or reflective clothing if you are walking near traffic at night o Carry a flashlight when walking in the dark o In bad weather, make sure that your umbrella or raincoat does not prevent approaching vehicles from seeing you o Watch your kids. Small children should not cross streets by themselves or be allowed to play or walk near traffic. Kids cannot accurately judge vehicle distances and speeds and may make unpredictable movements. o Drinking and walking? Alcohol can impair the judgment and motor skills of pedestrians just as it does for drivers. Don't take alcohol risks with walking, just as you would not with driving. Take the bus, take a cab, or have a friend drive you home. Beware of the effects of prescription and non-prescription medications and drugs, too. o Obey traffic signals. At intersections where traffic is controlled by signals or a traffic officer, pedestrians must obey the signal and not cross against the stop signal unless specifically directed to go by a traffic officer.
Chevy Volt
posted by Brewster McCracken on February 12th, 2012 11:19 AM
We are able to provide a lmited number of rebates for Leafs and the plug-in Prius. Each has a different research value compared to the Volt that impacts our deliverables to our grantor and impacts our internal research team resources. For example, the Leaf's potential load profile may even be greater than the Volt's, it and it has a very well-developed remote information portal; however, we do not have research support or guaranteed availability from Nissan. The plug-in Prius, according to the information available, becomes available in March 2012, is eligible for a federal tax credit up to $2,500 (compared to up to $7,500 for the Volt and Leaf) and we do not have guaranteed availability or research support from Toyota. (For more info, see http://www.plugincars.com/2012-toyota-prius-plug-hybrid-fuel-economy-rating-95-mpge-111849.html)The collective impact of the above is that certain elements of the research trial may be different for residents who don't have a Volt. If you signed up and want an electric vehicle other than the Volt, please let us know when we contact you.As for the equity question, there are several considerations. Up to 20 participants who purchase a Volt and participate in our research trial are eligible for a $7,500 rebate from Pecan Street. That would bring the participant's out-of-pocket financial contribution to about $25,000 (assuming eligibility for full federal tax credit of $7,500, zero percent financing and purchase of base price model at MSRP). Up to 83 residents who lease a Volt are eligible for a $3,000 rebate. That would bring the resident's out-of-pocket financial contribution to about $12,600 (assuming 3-year lease of base model at lease rate of $350 per month).With projected net fuel expenses savings and a vehicle trade-in, a resident might be able to lease a Volt at no out-of-pocket cost over 3 years. That's what happened in our case.Also, if we went with only purchases, we would have enough funding for 55 residents to buy Volts. Under that scenario, a different equity scenario would result: 48 /– residents would lose an opportunity to participate in our electric vehicle research trial rebate so that 35 families could receive an additional $4,500. Either way, unfortunately, it's a zero sum set of choices given that we have a set budget.Finally, to the extent there is an assumption that all 25 participants to are choosing to buy, that is an incorrect assumption. We won't know the precisely buy/lease breakdown of the current group of 20 until they complete their acquisition but we know that a number are going with leases.I'll continue monitoring the posts if anyone has fact questions.
APD Highway Enforcement Command announces Pedestrian Safety Initiative
posted by danx111 on October 24th, 2011 5:05 PM
The APD Highway Enforcement Command announced the creation of a Pedestrian Enforcement Safety Team (PEST) to conduct a pedestrian initiative beginning Sunday, October 23, 2011 through Saturday, November 5, 2011 at a news conference on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011. The goal of the PEST initiative is to educate the community on pedestrian laws and to conduct enhanced enforcement operations. There have been 17 pedestrians killed in crashes so far this year. Below are some key elements of the PEST Initiative: Locations will be selected based on crash data analysis: Pedestrian violations include: Disregarding Pedestrian Control Device Solicitation by Pedestrian Pedestrian Crossing Where Prohibited (Mopac, I-35, etc.) Pedestrian in the Roadway Pedestrian Safety Tips: Walk on sidewalks. If sidewalks are not available, walk on the edge of the road or on the left shoulder of the road, facing the traffic flow. Use pedestrian bridges when they are available Cross at marked crosswalks or intersections. Cars most often hit pedestrians when they cross the road at places other than intersections Look left, right, and left for traffic. Stop at the curb and look left, right, and left again for traffic. Stopping at the curb signals drivers that you intend to cross. Always obey traffic signals See and be seen. Drivers need to see you to avoid you Stay out of the driver's blind spot Make eye contact with drivers when crossing busy streets Wear bright colors or reflective clothing if you are walking near traffic at night Carry a flashlight when walking in the dark In bad weather, make sure that your umbrella or raincoat does not prevent approaching vehicles from seeing you Watch your kids. Small children should not cross streets by themselves or be allowed to play or walk near traffic. Kids cannot accurately judge vehicle distances and speeds and may make unpredictable movements Drinking and walking? Alcohol can impair the judgment and motor skills of pedestrians just as it does for drivers. Don't take alcohol risks with walking, just as you would not with driving. Take the bus, take a cab, or have a friend drive you home. Beware of theeffects of prescription and non-prescription medications and drugs, too Obey traffic signals. At intersections where traffic is controlled by signals or a traffic officer, pedestrians must obey the signal and not cross against the stop signal unless specifically directed to go by a traffic officer
APD Highway Enforcement Command announces Pedestrian Safety Initiative
posted by danx111 on October 24th, 2011 5:05 PM
The APD Highway Enforcement Command announced the creation of a Pedestrian Enforcement Safety Team (PEST) to conduct a pedestrian initiative beginning Sunday, October 23, 2011 through Saturday, November 5, 2011 at a news conference on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011. The goal of the PEST initiative is to educate the community on pedestrian laws and to conduct enhanced enforcement operations. There have been 17 pedestrians killed in crashes so far this year. Below are some key elements of the PEST Initiative: Locations will be selected based on crash data analysis: Pedestrian violations include: Disregarding Pedestrian Control Device Solicitation by Pedestrian Pedestrian Crossing Where Prohibited (Mopac, I-35, etc.) Pedestrian in the Roadway Pedestrian Safety Tips: Walk on sidewalks. If sidewalks are not available, walk on the edge of the road or on the left shoulder of the road, facing the traffic flow. Use pedestrian bridges when they are available Cross at marked crosswalks or intersections. Cars most often hit pedestrians when they cross the road at places other than intersections Look left, right, and left for traffic. Stop at the curb and look left, right, and left again for traffic. Stopping at the curb signals drivers that you intend to cross. Always obey traffic signals See and be seen. Drivers need to see you to avoid you Stay out of the driver's blind spot Make eye contact with drivers when crossing busy streets Wear bright colors or reflective clothing if you are walking near traffic at night Carry a flashlight when walking in the dark In bad weather, make sure that your umbrella or raincoat does not prevent approaching vehicles from seeing you Watch your kids. Small children should not cross streets by themselves or be allowed to play or walk near traffic. Kids cannot accurately judge vehicle distances and speeds and may make unpredictable movements Drinking and walking? Alcohol can impair the judgment and motor skills of pedestrians just as it does for drivers. Don't take alcohol risks with walking, just as you would not with driving. Take the bus, take a cab, or have a friend drive you home. Beware of theeffects of prescription and non-prescription medications and drugs, too Obey traffic signals. At intersections where traffic is controlled by signals or a traffic officer, pedestrians must obey the signal and not cross against the stop signal unless specifically directed to go by a traffic officer
Mabel Davis Park - Proposed Off-leash Fenced Area, Community Information and Input Meeting #2
posted by danx111 on October 10th, 2011 2:38 PM
Community Information and Input Meeting #2 The Austin Parks and Recreation Department cordially invites the public to attend the second community information and input meeting on a proposed off-leash fenced area for Mabel Davis Park. The meeting will be held on Monday, November 7, 2011, 6:00 - 7:30 PM, at the Tim Cheathem Building, 4411-A Meinardus Lane. This will be the second community input meeting for the proposed off-leash amenity at Mabel Davis Park. This meeting will provide information on the proposed project and possible design elements for a fenced-in off-leash area at this site. Stakeholders, community member and interested citizens will have the opportunity to provide their input regarding the project. Questions regarding the meeting may be emailed to the project lead: D’Anne Williams at MabelDavisParkOffLeashArea@ci.austin.tx.us
Solar Panels - Inverter inside or outside the Garage?
posted by commuter on September 15th, 2011 9:37 AM
Ours was originally intended to go on an exterior wall facing East (with plenty of shade). It finally got installed inside the garage due to the masonry blocks not being flat & level enough to install it easily. Most of the inverters are rated to withstand the elements and are enclosed in such a way to be ok for exterior installation. I would definitely insist on inverters not being on an exterior wall facing South or West unless there is adequate shade from some vegetation / structure / etc. My guess is that there might be a very small advantage of having the inverter installed inside the garage since the heat will not be as severe and it is protected from the elements, but exterior walls are just as fine since the enclosures are designed and rated for such use.
AISD Performing Arts Center Community Meeting Tues., June, 21 at 6:30 PM
posted by bdolezal on June 1st, 2011 2:10 PM
Please join AISD and Catellus on Tuesday, June 21 at 6:30 p.m. for a community meeting to discuss the future AISD Performing Arts Center (PAC) to be located in the Mueller redevelopment located along Mueller Boulevard between East 51st Street and Barbara Jordan Boulevard. The community is invited to learn about the project and provide input on the planning for the PAC at this early stage in the process including transportation and circulation; design process and site orientation; and elements of connectivity and activity. The meeting structure will likely include a brief presentation followed by breakout tables for group discussions and input. Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Time: Start 6:30 p.m.; end approximately 8 p.m. Location: Reagan High School, 7104 Berkman Dr., 78752
Bradley Manning
posted by Rod on March 10th, 2011 9:33 PM
Mike, Thanks for commenting. Not hijacking this thread at all, I find your comment quite apt. From my POV, there is unfortunately a significant criminal element in the USA and serious money (money being made on opium production in Afghanistan, for example, along with war profiteering in a variety of ways--big money in other words) is at risk for such criminal elements by Bradley Manning's courageous actions. In short, the Mafia is not happy with either Wikileaks or Bradley Manning. So, they are trying to turn Manning into a vegetable so that he won't be able to say what he knows, when finally he is "given" the chance to speak on his own behalf. It is hard to argue with the point of view that holds that those Americans not aware of such things as the torture of Bradley Manning for his doing what was morally correct because they are so focused on themselves, directly contribute to a lesser society than we might otherwise have. Knowledge is power.-Rod
Neighborhood Housing and Community Development
posted by manijeh Huereca on February 2nd, 2011 8:35 AM
Neighborhood Housing and Community Development CORRECTED: East Riverside Corridor Public WorkshopPlease note: Links in this document should work, and we are including full URLs as well; our apologies for any inconvenience.East Riverside Corridor: Bringing the Vision to LifeSaturday, February 26, 2011, 9 a.m. – noonThe City of Austin needs your help to bring the East Riverside Corridor Master Plan Vision to Life. The Master Plan envisions how the East Riverside Corridor (from Interstate 35 to Highway 71) will transform over time to become a walkable, vibrant, transit-oriented, and attractive area that provides housing options for people with a range of incomes and provides a great place to live, work and shop for long-time residents and newcomers alike.The trend is clear: More development will be coming to the East Riverside Corridor (ERC) over the next 20 years. The City is now creating zoning and design regulations which will become the new rules to guide public and private development projects in the ERC. These changes are relevant to property owners, residents and businesses. The City wants your help in shaping important elements of these new regulations to help ensure that new development projects are well-designed and contribute to the East Riverside Corridor Vision. Optional lunch conversation noon - 1 p.m. View flyer (http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/housing/downloads/eriv_flyer_012511.pdf) and poster (http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/housing/downloads/eriv_poster_012511.pdf) for more information. Materials also are available for review at the Ruiz Branch Library, 1600 Grove Blvd.At this Workshop we will seek your input on:where to encourage new developmenthow tall and concentrated new development should behow to guide the new development to contribute to the Master Plan Visionhow to best promote well-balanced development between new projects and existing neighborhoodsThe City will host a follow-up Public Review Forum on Thursday, March 10, 2011, 6 – 8:30 p.m. to review the recommendations and input from the Feb. 26th workshop.At this Forum City staff will:present a recommended approach to specific elements of the new ERC development regulationsanswer questionsgather public commentBoth meetings will be held at the Parker Lane United Methodist Church, 2105 Parker LaneLight Refreshments will be provided. Bus Routes nearby: 7, 300, 320, 331.For more information visit: http://www.EastRiversideCorridorRSVP to Alan Holt at alan.holt@ci.austin.tx.us, or call him with questions at 974-2716.
Top Test Scores From Shanghai Stun Educators
posted by Rod on January 3rd, 2011 6:01 PM
Kids worldwide do need to know the Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmwlzwGMMwc
Body scanners at airports
posted by Rod on November 12th, 2010 10:27 AM
People should directly listen to what Haskell tells Alex Jones and others, by simply looking at those web sites cited. Haskell certainly has an opinion about the main stream media, and he certainly has an opinion about other things. When an eyewitness says that he has repeated critical elements over and over to the MSM but "they never publish it" that is compelling to me. When an eyewitness says he was visited by the FBI and details how that visit unfolded, and I am hearing it verbatim, that is compelling to me. Listen for yourselves. IConversation is eventually only meaningful on this if people take just a few minutes to hear what the AMERICAN eyewitnesses (not just Haskell but others as well) say about what happened. One can then choose: Do I believe the eyewitnesses and hearing and watching them state what they saw and heard, or...do I believe other stories such as have appeared in the MSM on this? That is what it boils down to. Otherwise as the saying goes, "we might as well be talking about air."I choose to believe the eyewitnesses. Rod
Go vote for AISD facility planning proposals!
posted by schroed on September 29th, 2010 10:45 PM
I attended the Eastside mtg tonight but did not recognize other Muellerites there.I recommend everyone either attend one of these or vote online. These are your education tax dollars at work! There's enough info in the , if you're meticulous, to make somewhat informed decisions and (above links are for our area, ). Or if you prefer they'll spoon feed it to you in person, with the added benefit of facilitated group input.It seems that the questionnaires for each area give you an up-or-down vote on a handful or proposals specific to that area, followed by a number of questions that apply district-wide. So, although I attended Eastside because Kealing is there, the options I was allowed to vote on were mostly about closing elementary schools in that area or moving the ALC. (my vote to close one or two was heavily diluted by the seven teachers from Allan ES at my table!)If you can attend tomorrow night (Th) at Austin High, that is the one most relevant to current Mueller schools (Maplewood and McCallum). The issues for this area are more about overcrowded elementary and high schools, but question 2 seems like pretty low-hanging fruit for getting a school built at Mueller. And of course there are numerous opportunities for write-in answers, for those of you with your own ideas.
Group Discount for Fence Staining
posted by Bobby Gierisch on September 18th, 2010 2:46 PM
Lorrie, As your garden variety nosey neighbor, I'm curious about your use of the word 'stain'. While stain makes the fence look better, it does nothing to protect it from the elements. Our fences are constructed from wood that is pretty porous and will deteriorate sooner rather than later. I suggest you talk with your vendor about products that will protect your fence as well as make it look better.
Bartholomew District Park Master Plan Public Input Survey
posted by schroed on August 31st, 2010 9:01 PM
I was at the Bart meeting, and I can tell you that there were only two options then, but a consensus developed among the attendees to take the best parts from both plans A and B. The planners were nice enough to create a .Plan C is essentially plan B but with three features added from plan A:1. the larger dog leash free area -- this has the added benefit that it is already fenced-in, so it will be good to go much sooner after the master plan is approved (whereas many features of the plan will await funding, and it might be a while),2. street improvements along 51st to slow traffic (it's currently a raceway), and3. added trail connections to get to the leash-free area.I can also tell you the disc golf community, the biggest users of this park for the last couple of decades, strongly prefers plan C. Plan A does not leave enough space to keep the course at 18 holes. Plan B is OK in this regard, but plan C is much better with the improvements noted above.There was quite a bit of discussion regarding many of the elements, so if you have questions let me know.
Formula 1
posted by anna pinales on July 9th, 2010 11:30 AM
Formula One coming to Austin, TX New Yorkers wanted it, a city in New Jersey was rumored to be on the short list, but Austin, Texas will be the site of the 2012 U.S. Formula One Grand Prix, according to the website of F1 boss, Bernie Ecclestone. Take that, Super Bowl selection committee! Speed.com reports that the prestigious event will take place at a purpose-built facility, and promoted locally by Full Throttle Productions, a company with ties to the popular NASCAR racing series. In a statement, the company’s managing partner, Tavo Hellmund, wrote that “few cities if any on America could rival the connectivity of all the key elements needed for hosting an F1 event as well as Austin. Now, many people around the world will have the opportunity to experience a world-class event, facility and city.” The agreement calls for the race to take place in Austin each year through 2021. The 2012 event will be the first Formula One race held on U.S. soil since the 2007 U.S. Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It will mark the second time that the series has visited Texas, having taken part in a street race in Dallas in 1984. published May 25, 2010- FOXNews.com
Formula 1
posted by anna pinales on July 9th, 2010 11:15 AM
Here is some great information directly from formula1 website.... http://formula1.com/news/headlines/2010/5/10824.html Formula One returns to the United States Formula One World Championship Limited and Formula One Administration Limited (together, the F1 Commercial Rights Holder) and Full Throttle Productions, LP, promoter of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™, announce that a historic agreement has been reached for Austin, Texas to serve as the host city of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ for years 2012 through 2021. “We are extremely honoured and proud to reach an agreement with the F1 Commercial Rights Holder. We have been diligently working together for several years to bring this great event to Austin, the State of Texas and back to the United States. All parties involved have a great amount of trust and confidence in each other and are committed to establishing the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ in Austin, Texas as a prestigious global event,” stated Tavo Hellmund, Managing Partner of Full Throttle Productions, LP. Bernie Ecclestone, President and CEO of the Formula One Group stated: “For the first time in the history of Formula One in the United States, a world-class facility will be purpose-built to host the event. It was thirty years ago that the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ was last held on a purpose-built permanent road course circuit in Watkins Glen, NY (1961-1980), which enjoyed great success. Since then, Formula One has been hosted by Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas and Phoenix all on temporary street circuits. Indianapolis joined the ranks of host cities in 2000 when they added a road course inside the famed oval. Lewis Hamilton won the last Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ in 2007, signalling the end to eight years at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This however, will be the first time a facility is constructed from the ground up specifically for Formula One in the US.” Mr. Hellmund added: “This is a case of the right timing in the right place. As many Americans know, Austin has earned a reputation as one of the ‘it’ cities in the United States. Austin features that rare combination of ideal geographic location and beauty. Its fine dining, world-renowned hospitality and excellent transportation infrastructure make Austin ideally suited to host and manage an event of this magnitude. Few cities if any in America could rival the connectivity of all the key elements needed for hosting a Formula 1 event as well as Austin. Now, many people around the world will have the opportunity to experience a world-class event, facility and city.” “We are pleased Texas has the opportunity to be involved with Formula 1 and that an event of this magnitude is coming to Austin,” said Susan Combs, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. “It has been a pleasure working with Full Throttle Productions, LP and Mr. Hellmund on this project. Their tradition of producing successful major events coupled with a thirty year relationship with Mr. Ecclestone has us looking forward to this worldwide event and the benefits it will bring, including local job creation, increased tourism and a significant economic impact added to our state economy. The visibility and prestige of this event will spotlight our state on an international stage.” Texas Governor Rick Perry conveyed his enthusiasm for the project, explaining “Texas’ relatively strong economy continues to draw both national and international attention and I commend Comptroller Combs for her work in bringing this exciting event to the Lone Star State.” City of Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell continued the positive sentiments, adding "The City of Austin will be proud to host this magnificent event and I look forward to welcoming the participants and fans of Formula One to our City." Full Throttle Productions, LP acknowledges with great appreciation the efforts of all parties involved including Bernie Ecclestone, President and CEO of the Formula One Group, and the local and state officials of Texas. “It has been a shared vision and monumental task to reach this agreement. We realize that over the last 30 years there have been one or two missing pieces from the previous editions of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™. We have a tremendous opportunity at hand to do it right - to feature Austin as the backdrop and produce the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ as one of the great sporting events in the world,” stated Hellmund. In addition to the State of Texas being the 11th strongest economy in the world, it has more Fortune 500 company headquarters than any other state. Key features of Austin include: - State capital nicknamed ‘Silicon Hills’ for being one of the most important regions in the US for the Technology Industry; - USA’s 15th largest city and is located 145 miles from Houston (4th largest US city), 70 miles from San Antonio (7th largest US city), and 180 miles from Dallas (8th largest US city), population in this triangle is over 22 million; - perfectly located geographically for North, South and Central American visitors; - over 130 daily departing international flights within 180 miles; - over 250,000 hotel rooms within 180 miles; - desirable year-round climate, with an average annual temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 Celsius); - geographically located in the Texas Hill Country, easily the most beautiful city in the State, and considered one of the most in the US; - hotels/downtown/Formula 1 circuit/airport located within close proximity of each other, which is nearly impossible for any other large city in the US; - world class night life entertainment along renowned ‘Sixth Street’; and - large film industry presence - many movies filmed in the area. Austin’s National Recognition - Known as “The Live Music Capital of the World” - Voted “Greenest City in America” (MSN) - Voted “Least Stressful Large Metro” in the United States (Forbes) - Voted Top Two “Best Cities” in the United States (Money Magazine) - Voted Top Three “Hippest Cities” in the United States (Forbes) - Voted Top Five “Safest Cities” in the United States (Forbes) - Voted Top Ten “Sports & Fitness Cities” in the USA (Sports Business Journal) Full Throttle Productions, LP is an Austin, Texas, special event and sports production company that provides event conception, event project management, day of event oversight, staffing and volunteer services, venue planning and logistics support. More information on the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ will be forthcoming shortly. In the meantime, all queries should be directed to info@fullthrottleproductionslp.com.
Formula 1
posted by anna pinales on July 9th, 2010 11:15 AM
Here is some great information directly from formula1 website.... http://formula1.com/news/headlines/2010/5/10824.html Formula One returns to the United States Formula One World Championship Limited and Formula One Administration Limited (together, the F1 Commercial Rights Holder) and Full Throttle Productions, LP, promoter of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™, announce that a historic agreement has been reached for Austin, Texas to serve as the host city of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ for years 2012 through 2021. “We are extremely honoured and proud to reach an agreement with the F1 Commercial Rights Holder. We have been diligently working together for several years to bring this great event to Austin, the State of Texas and back to the United States. All parties involved have a great amount of trust and confidence in each other and are committed to establishing the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ in Austin, Texas as a prestigious global event,” stated Tavo Hellmund, Managing Partner of Full Throttle Productions, LP. Bernie Ecclestone, President and CEO of the Formula One Group stated: “For the first time in the history of Formula One in the United States, a world-class facility will be purpose-built to host the event. It was thirty years ago that the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ was last held on a purpose-built permanent road course circuit in Watkins Glen, NY (1961-1980), which enjoyed great success. Since then, Formula One has been hosted by Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas and Phoenix all on temporary street circuits. Indianapolis joined the ranks of host cities in 2000 when they added a road course inside the famed oval. Lewis Hamilton won the last Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ in 2007, signalling the end to eight years at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This however, will be the first time a facility is constructed from the ground up specifically for Formula One in the US.” Mr. Hellmund added: “This is a case of the right timing in the right place. As many Americans know, Austin has earned a reputation as one of the ‘it’ cities in the United States. Austin features that rare combination of ideal geographic location and beauty. Its fine dining, world-renowned hospitality and excellent transportation infrastructure make Austin ideally suited to host and manage an event of this magnitude. Few cities if any in America could rival the connectivity of all the key elements needed for hosting a Formula 1 event as well as Austin. Now, many people around the world will have the opportunity to experience a world-class event, facility and city.” “We are pleased Texas has the opportunity to be involved with Formula 1 and that an event of this magnitude is coming to Austin,” said Susan Combs, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. “It has been a pleasure working with Full Throttle Productions, LP and Mr. Hellmund on this project. Their tradition of producing successful major events coupled with a thirty year relationship with Mr. Ecclestone has us looking forward to this worldwide event and the benefits it will bring, including local job creation, increased tourism and a significant economic impact added to our state economy. The visibility and prestige of this event will spotlight our state on an international stage.” Texas Governor Rick Perry conveyed his enthusiasm for the project, explaining “Texas’ relatively strong economy continues to draw both national and international attention and I commend Comptroller Combs for her work in bringing this exciting event to the Lone Star State.” City of Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell continued the positive sentiments, adding "The City of Austin will be proud to host this magnificent event and I look forward to welcoming the participants and fans of Formula One to our City." Full Throttle Productions, LP acknowledges with great appreciation the efforts of all parties involved including Bernie Ecclestone, President and CEO of the Formula One Group, and the local and state officials of Texas. “It has been a shared vision and monumental task to reach this agreement. We realize that over the last 30 years there have been one or two missing pieces from the previous editions of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™. We have a tremendous opportunity at hand to do it right - to feature Austin as the backdrop and produce the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ as one of the great sporting events in the world,” stated Hellmund. In addition to the State of Texas being the 11th strongest economy in the world, it has more Fortune 500 company headquarters than any other state. Key features of Austin include: - State capital nicknamed ‘Silicon Hills’ for being one of the most important regions in the US for the Technology Industry; - USA’s 15th largest city and is located 145 miles from Houston (4th largest US city), 70 miles from San Antonio (7th largest US city), and 180 miles from Dallas (8th largest US city), population in this triangle is over 22 million; - perfectly located geographically for North, South and Central American visitors; - over 130 daily departing international flights within 180 miles; - over 250,000 hotel rooms within 180 miles; - desirable year-round climate, with an average annual temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 Celsius); - geographically located in the Texas Hill Country, easily the most beautiful city in the State, and considered one of the most in the US; - hotels/downtown/Formula 1 circuit/airport located within close proximity of each other, which is nearly impossible for any other large city in the US; - world class night life entertainment along renowned ‘Sixth Street’; and - large film industry presence - many movies filmed in the area. Austin’s National Recognition - Known as “The Live Music Capital of the World” - Voted “Greenest City in America” (MSN) - Voted “Least Stressful Large Metro” in the United States (Forbes) - Voted Top Two “Best Cities” in the United States (Money Magazine) - Voted Top Three “Hippest Cities” in the United States (Forbes) - Voted Top Five “Safest Cities” in the United States (Forbes) - Voted Top Ten “Sports & Fitness Cities” in the USA (Sports Business Journal) Full Throttle Productions, LP is an Austin, Texas, special event and sports production company that provides event conception, event project management, day of event oversight, staffing and volunteer services, venue planning and logistics support. More information on the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ will be forthcoming shortly. In the meantime, all queries should be directed to info@fullthrottleproductionslp.com.
Ella Wooten pool
posted by sloneycho on June 29th, 2010 5:41 PM
Would it be possible to have Jennifer post the policy for intentionally deactivating cards? How far behind on association dues before cards are deactivated? Are they reactivated automatically upon becoming current? Can she provide a list of deactivated card numbers (not names) so people can tell when they've been locked out?What does "lock-down mode" buy us? If someone is trying to break in, aren't they going to keep at it until they either pop the lock or are scared away? Isn't the gate lock really there to keep honest people out when they shouldn't be in? It's much easier for bad elements to jump the fence and open the gate from the inside than to jimmy the lock.-steve
Our new guide to saving money on second hand furniture
posted by Rhinnanep Rhinnanep on June 27th, 2010 7:26 PM
Spending funds on new home furniture to construct our comfy and convenient interior space may perhaps not be an selection for people with small money on their hand. They generally opt for used home furniture, but it includes a couple of drawbacks. How really should we value, search and inspect it, is crucial so listed here are 5 ideas you must look at for a sensible acquiring choice. purchase employed household furniture 1. Inspecting home furniture – This could be the 1st point you ought to think about, due to the fact condition could be the most essential aspect in determining worth. If you desire to produce sure your furniture isn't going to fall apart from the next couple of months do not buy on impulse. Instead, take your time and inspect just about every piece completely. If it is created of high quality wood, with good joints and a good bonding glue you’re planning to purchase the furnishings with confidence, not with fear. 2. Use it initial – Since you won’t be capable to find out by far the most crucial parts, you ought to test the furniture primary. Lean on tables and tip back chairs. If it is a sofa make certain the frame is just not altered so go ahead, squeeze the arms and chairs and also extend it to make guaranteed people metallic elements are functioning fine. 3. Know your area – The size of the rooms and the dimensions from the entrances or the stairs are particularly crucial details you need to be aware of, when you don’t desire to maintain the home furniture as part of your garage. You are paying actual dollars so superior check out if you'll be able to put it in and if it fits nicely with your other pieces. 4. Have a spending plan – If you need to be a sensible shopper then getting a price range and sticking to it, is important. Make your plan and determine how much it is possible to afford to pay for every item and negotiate down to the last dollar. Also, really do not overlook the delivery fee. See if the seller presents delivery and if not, make guaranteed that once you add it towards total price that it is a excellent number that you simply can manage. 5. In which to discover bargains – Yes, it can be feasible to decorate your room even if that it is with applied furniture, but in which can we uncover the top rates? You will find bargains galore at garage product sales, flea markets, on the net auctions, nearby consignment outlets, junk outlets, rental furniture outlets, salvage yards, warehouse outlet income and local actual estate auctions. Examine them all to check out what are the prices and then choose what you will need. If you're in the market for great deals on in Australia have a look through our site. We have plenty of more tips for you to save money and have the best return on your investment.
Mueller Substation Design Community Meeting
posted by lkunz on June 22nd, 2010 11:39 PM
On behalf of Austin Energy, please see the following invitation for the upcoming Mueller Substation Design Community Meeting (invitation also attached): You are invited to attend the “2nd” Community Meeting to discuss the design and landscaping for the new Mueller Substation that is to be located at the Morris Williams Golf Course on Manor Road. When: Thursday, July 1, 2010 Time: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Where: East 19th Street Missionary Baptist Church, 3401 Rogge Lane, Austin, TX Directions: From 51st Street and Manor Rd. go north on Manor Rd. to Rogge. Go east on Rogge. The Church is on the right. The meeting is sponsored by Austin Energy facilitated by Jim Adams of McCann Adams Studio. The program will solicit input on the treatment of the substation enclosure and the surrounding area through an interactive exercise. The exercise will involve groups in table discussions and hands-on design tools. If you have photographic images that describe elements of design approach, please bring them to the meeting. We encourage your attendance and view this as an important opportunity for members of the community to bring forth ideas and to identify and mitigate concerns. If you have any questions, please contact me at 322-6442. Sonny Poole – Acting Manager Public Involvement/Real Estate Austin Energy
Profiling
posted by anna pinales on June 21st, 2010 1:37 AM
Criminal profiling tips -Types of murders The murder is the willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another. -Burglary The original common law definition of burglary consisted of six specific elements: breaking and entering the dwelling of another during the night with the intention to commit a felony therein. -Crime Increasing rate of unemployment, high ambitions and technology advancements are some of the basic reasons which make a people criminals. -Crime report Would you consider your current surroundings for a family? The World-Wide-Web is a great place to acquire information regarding crime and statistics... -Criminal records search There are many new regulations for hiring people to insure the safety of the existing employees as well as individuals that your company may serve. Criminal records search is a key way of making sure that the employees that you are hiring are being honest on their employment applications... -Criminal profiling With the plethora of criminal profiling television shows and infinite news scoops and websites online, it's rather easy to keep up and better understand how criminals and our judicial system work.
Mueller Education Action Team will comment on Pearce plan @ AISD Board Meeting Monday June 6, 7:00 pm
posted by bpkramer on June 6th, 2010 3:20 PM
Dear Neighbors, 3 members of the Mueller Education Action Team will sign up to speak at citizen input at tomorrow night's board meeting where the plan for the redevelopment of Pearce MS will be discussed. The goal of the speakers is to emphasize the elements in the plan that correspond to our own vision for a quality education for ALL in East Austin and to spur board members to begin to think about the Mueller community in all further discussions of East Austin schools. We are hoping for at least 10 Muellerites to stand in support of the 3 speakers as they each use their allocated 2 minutes. No other speaking is needed, no chanting, no applause - just a show of group support. If you can attend, please shoot Phil Martinez an email at phillipmartinez1@yahoo.com. He the chair of the Mueller Education Action Team and the first speaker. Thanks, Ben Kramer
Access to care
posted by manijeh Huereca on April 14th, 2010 3:38 PM
Healthcare 411 en Español Healthcare 411 en Español is a new audio news series that provides Spanish speakers with evidence-based consumer information. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) is producing two 60-second audio reports each month that helps Spanish speakers stay healthy, prevent diseases, compare the effectiveness of various medical treatments, and obtain high-quality and safe health care. AHRQ distributes theses reports to Spanish-language radio stations nationwide and posts the audio to its Healthcare 411 Web site, where consumers can subscribe and download the segments to a computer or portable media device such as an MP3 player. The new initiative is part of a broader effort by AHRQ to reduce health disparities by providing information to Spanish-speaking Americans about their health and health care. Other elements in the effort include: Consejos de salud para tí (Health Advice for You) a monthly online health advice column. Staying Active and Healthy With Blood Thinners, a 10-minute bilingual video about the safe and effective use of blood thinner drugs: Superhéroes, a multimedia Spanish-language public service advertising campaign developed in partnership with Ad Council that urges Hispanics to get the preventive health care tests they need. These and other resources for Spanish-speakers, can be found at: http://www.ahrq.gov/CONSUMER/espanoix.htm. You can access Healthcare 411 in English at: http://www.healthcare411.ahrq.gov. Office for the Elimination of Health Disparities Texas Health and Human Services Commission 4900 North Lamar Boulevard, Mail Code 1910 Austin, TX 78751 Voice: 512.424.6509 Toll-free: 877.316.2822 Fax: 512.487.3455
Matrix News Network Editorial: The Census is Getting Personal
posted by langhugh on March 11th, 2010 10:47 AM
Rod, you know I love you, but you gotta be careful with this stuff! First, the article posted is 10 years old from the 2000 census. Second, the huge victory touted was a restraining order that was relevant to the five people in the case so the federal district judge could research the issue. Third and most damning, a simple google search of "Mark Brewer Census" reveals this article from the same WorldNetDaily website on the case: ... Unfortunately, the WorldNetDaily "articles" also seem to fall short of several elements of journalistic integrity, often using adjectives in their articles that clearly demonstrate editorializing by the articles' authors. Bless the watchdogs, like Mark Brewer, they certainly have their place in society. We the people should be both active in and skeptical of our governments at all levels, as that is the most important check-and-balance we have, but we should also maintain that humankind is basically good, and governs, in aggregrate, out of a sense of service, and not special interests. Dusty
What is an acceptable gap between a roof rafter and ridge beam?
posted by Mike on January 29th, 2010 9:07 AM
The initial gap on 7 or 8 rafters was between three quarters of an inch and an inch. When I asked what is acceptable/what would the city building inspector accept, the answer I got was basically if it looks OK. The home warranty has specific about when a wall is out of plumb, and bowing of walls, but does not mention gaps between structural elements. The repair blocking was also just nailed to the rafters. I had to ask that it also be nailed to the ridge beam since the nails from the original rafters were almost pulled out of the ridge beam.Mike
Plans for Control Tower? from the design guide
posted by doug on January 15th, 2010 8:53 PM
That works. My $.02
Plans for Control Tower? from the design guide
posted by danx111 on January 15th, 2010 5:53 PM
5 . 5 TO W E R PA R K The utilization of the original aircraft control tower as a prominent visual landmark and activity center within the Mueller community is an important project goal. At approximately 100 feet in height, the tower will provide a provocative focal point for the community and help to celebrate the aviation history of the site. The plan has been carefully configured to give the tower a significant gateway role along the central transit boulevard, and within the community. It is also envisioned as the focal point of the southern neighborhoods, surrounded by mixed-use residential buildings with ground level commercial and community-serving activities and a future rail transit stop. The tower is set in a small semi-circular urban green (see plan on left), which should be designed as a simple and elegant setting for the tower, and as an intimately-scaled neighborhood gathering place. Additions or modifications that detract from the tower’s original form are discouraged. While adaptive reuse of the tower for other activities is desirable, modern-day life-safety and exiting requirements may prevent it from being used as a public assembly building or viewing tower. Opportunities should be explored for retrofitting the ground floor of the building as a small interpretive center; the first two floors of the tower were originally within the terminal building, and as a result will need to be enclosed and clad in a complementary manner. Interpretive elements and displays that recall the history of aviation at Mueller and in Austin are encouraged at the base of the tower. The park will be designed as a simple horizontal plaza and green, that highlight the verticality of the tower. In addition to interpretive exhibits, provision should be made for seating, small gatherings and events, as well as informal and passive recreational use. Landscaping and canopy trees will be provided along the perimeter of the park to provide shade and greenery, while preserving sight lines to the tower from the
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