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posted by cedesol 783 on April 10th, 2022 7:33 AM
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posted by Daniel D Smith on September 1st, 2019 11:27 AM
I hate grasses in the lawn. I had talked with lawn maintenance services in Georgetown. Most people have too much lawn because they don't know what else to plant there. The green grass is more of a pain than it's worth. A nice lawn requires a lot of maintenance: watering, cutting, weeding and trimming. There are several ground coverings in multiple shades of green. Though they aren't as versatile as grass, they certainly look the part while requiring much less attention. Also try for blue sedge, creeping Jenny or creeping thyme even though they look like grass from afar, they never need any mowing. If you hate grasses in your lawn, you can try these methods.
Sad Scene -- Avoid Lake Park this morning?
posted by Jenji Henson on April 14th, 2016 7:51 AM
I came across quite a sad scene at the park this morning just south of the largest conglomeration of picnic tables on the East side of the Lake Park--a goose was clearly attacked and killed. There are feathers and blood everywhere, as well as the body of the goose and its nearby head. The scene was devastating to me, so I can only imagine how a young child might feel in seeing it. If you were planning a visit to the park, you might want to avoid it this morning. I've notified Jennifer Harvey.
Pool Committee meeting notes Nov 2015
posted by dianeg on November 19th, 2015 12:01 PM
Pool Committee Meeting Notes - November 12, 2015 Those in attendance: Jill Binford, Rose Wages, Bridgette Beinecke, Diane Gierisch and Jennifer Harvey. The meeting was held at 5 pm at Mueller Central. Ella Wooten Pool closed on October 31. The umbrellas, pool chair lift and lifeguard stands are in storage. The clock and H-frame signs need to be stored also. A request was made to trim the smallest pecan tree and large sycamore tree. John Gaines Pool scheduled to open for the 2016 swim season. Issues related to both pools We discussed swimsuit dryers. They will be looked into for the future. We requested lifeguards at both pools from 9 am - 10 pm next swim season. Jen will take our requests to the Board of Directors. Maintenance/emergency contacts Message Board at muelleraustinonline.com/ (http://muelleraustinonline.com/messageboard/index.php?) Phone Associa Customer Service 512-347-2888
UPDATE: Trucks on ZS and Apology for Overposting!
posted by Jenji Henson on September 24th, 2015 10:03 AM
First, I'm so sorry for all the posts. I thought my computer was acting up, but clearly I was just being thick. In case anyone is interested in this issue, I heard from a neighbor that the man to contact is Carl Paulson of Catellus. So I reached out to him, and this is what he had to say:Hi Jennifer, Construction traffic should not be using Zach Scott to get over to the new development on the east side of Berkman. Construction traffic should be coming into Mueller off either end of Berkman (51st or Manor). We will send out notice to our contractors working on the new subdivision north of Zach Scott and to all the home builders working east of Berkman, reminding them of their obligations to keep their trucks on Berkman. It is hard for us to “catch” them doing this, so I do appreciate your notice. Carl
UPDATE: Trucks on ZS and Apology for Overposting!
posted by Jenji Henson on September 24th, 2015 10:02 AM
First, I'm so sorry for all the posts. I thought my computer was acting up, but clearly I was just being thick. In case anyone is interested in this issue, I heard from a neighbor that the man to contact is Carl Paulson of Catellus. So I reached out to him, and this is what he had to say:Hi Jennifer, Construction traffic should not be using Zach Scott to get over to the new development on the east side of Berkman. Construction traffic should be coming into Mueller off either end of Berkman (51st or Manor). We will send out notice to our contractors working on the new subdivision north of Zach Scott and to all the home builders working east of Berkman, reminding them of their obligations to keep their trucks on Berkman. It is hard for us to “catch” them doing this, so I do appreciate your notice. Carl
Curb Address - Group Discount
posted by Lorrie on June 2nd, 2015 12:28 PM
Was unable to find a painter but I found a local company that sells these curb numbers. (Reflective at night)The owner will give Mueller a DISCOUNT along with FREE DELIVERY! 17.50 total (Reg. $24.95).IMPORTANT DETAILSOrder Deadline For Discount Offer: June 15Free Delivery to Your House: June 19Installed curb sample available to see at 3912 Hargis St.Order: http://www.ezstreetnumbers.com/pro…/curved-plaque-for-curbs/Discount Code: MUELL (enter at checkout then choose free shipping)Product Questions: (800) 987-8630 FAQ: http://www.ezstreetnumbers.com/faq/NOTE: I have asked Jennifer Harvey (HOA) about this and she said there are no rules against putting house numbers on the curb.
Curb Address Painting - Group Discount
posted by Lorrie on May 19th, 2015 6:35 PM
Hi Everyone, Since many of our house numbers are covered by bushes or just hard to find, I wanted to see if anyone is interested in getting their house number painted on the curb. I checked with Jennifer Harvey and she said there is no rule against it. I found this company http://austincurbpainting.com/index.html... and left a message. I can find out how much it would cost if we get multiple houses done. Just reply if you're interested and if you know of a different company to do it, that would be fine, too. I posted this on Nextdoor.com and FB group as well. Oh and I was thinking just plain numbers. We don't need a logo or anything. :) Thanks!
Do You Know Mueller – “POA Let’s Talk”
posted by danx111 on May 4th, 2015 3:00 PM
“POA Let’s Talk” is a quarterly meeting held at Catellus Headquarters. At the meeting Jennifer Harvey, our Property Manager, along with Catellus employees/POA Board Members will present the latest information on development in the neighborhood: businesses coming in; road construction; meetings with AISD; Parking Plan; etc.. They will also answer residents’ questions. These meetings are opportunities to stay abreast of development and get answers to questions about why things are the way they are at Mueller. Questions like: can I park this, there? Why are some of the streets so narrow? Is it true I have to keep my pet on a leash when off my property? I heard there are special Mueller parking restrictions – true? Who owns the tree in front of my house? What are restrictions on builder noise levels? Who do I call if………? Jennifer Harvey will announce date of next meeting.
Nanny available for summer
posted by Jenny Magic on April 13th, 2015 3:04 PM
Christine, We have full-time child care for our 2 year old (he's in Montessori) but would love another neighborhood sitter for evenings or weekends. Do you have any interest in that kind of role? Please let me know!Cheers, Jenny jennylmagic@gmail.com">Magicjennylmagic@gmail.com
Pool committee meeting notes - February 2015
posted by dianeg on March 19th, 2015 2:32 PM
Those in attendance: Madge Darlington, Phil Burns, Rose Wages, Jennifer Harvey and Diane Gierisch. The meeting was held at 5 pm at Mueller Central. 1. We reviewed and updated the pool rules (http://www.muelleraustinonline.com/editor_upload/File/POA%20Docs/Mueller%20Pool%20Rules%20-%20Ella%20Wooten.pdf) as follows: F-1. Currently: HOURS. The Pool Area at Ella Wooten Park, located at 2047 McCloskey Street, is open for open swim from 1:00 PM to7:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. The Pool Area is open for resident swim from 7:00 AM to Noon and from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. Revised: HOURS. The Pool Area at Ella Wooten Park, located at 2047 McCloskey Street, is open for open swim from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. The Pool Area is open for resident swim from 5:00 AM to 1:30 PM and from 8:15 PM to 10:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. LAP SWIM. The Pool Area is open for lap swim only from 5:00 AM to 8:00 AM. 4) Currently: All children under the age of 15 must be actively supervised by someone that is 15 or older. Revised: All children under the age of 1315 must be actively supervised by someone that is 15 or older. 19) Currently: Picnicking is not allowed inside the pool fence. Small, soft-sided ice chests are allowed subject to restrictions and if needed, inspection by the lifeguards. Reason: Due to trash, fire ant problems, glass and alcohol. Picnicking is allowed in the park area outside the pool. Revised: Within the pool fence, food is allowed only at the picnic table area. Drinking water is allowed in a plastic container. Reason: Due to trash, fire ant problems, glass and alcohol. Picnicking is allowed in the park area outside the pool. 21) Currently: Lockers are for use while in the pool area only. Any locks left on lockers overnight will result in lock being cut. Contents removed from these lockers will be placed in lost and found, and any illegal or contraband items will be disposed of. Revised: Lockers must be registered and approved for use with the Association. Locks must be removed at the end of the swim season. Lockers may be searched at any time. Any illegal or contraband items will be disposed of. 2. We reviewed the schedules for 2015 swim season. Ella Wooten Pool: The Pool Area at Ella Wooten Park, located at 2047 McCloskey Street, is open for open swim from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. The Pool Area is open for resident swim from 5:00 AM to 1:30 PM and from 8:15 PM to 10:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. LAP SWIM. The Pool Area is open for lap swim only from 5:00 AM to 8:00 AM. John Gaines Pool: The Pool Area at John Gaines Park is open for open swim from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Thursday to Tuesday. The Pool Area is open for resident swim from 5:00 AM to 8:30 AM and from 3:15 PM to 10:00 PM Tuesday to Sunday. 3. We reviewed the new signs using universal symbols that will be used this swim season. 4. First Splash & Poop-free 2014 Season Party will be March 28. Details will follow. 5. Pool updates: Ella Wooten Pool: Water level is high due to rains. There was a leak in the fill line about a month ago but it was repaired. John Gaines Pool: Construction is behind schedule because of rains but still anticipate opening end of July. 6. Residents concerns: Swim team and swim lessons registration will be provided by LifeGuard4Hire. Check their website (http://lifeguard4hire.com/) in March. Cross walk across Berkman Drive to reach John Gaines pool. Currently there is a crosswalk at Tom Miller. This will provide the safest place to cross. COA has said they won’t put in crosswalks until cross streets are in and traffic counts warrant stop signs. Until that happens the safest place to cross will be at Tom Miller. 7. We scheduled a pool walk-through and our next meeting for March 23 at 5pm. • Maintenance/emergency contacts • Message Board at muelleraustinonline.com (http://muelleraustinonline.com/messageboard/index.php?) • Phone Alliance Customer Service at 512-347-2888
Mueller Community Gardens! Waiting List Open
posted by Janelle Dozier on January 18th, 2015 9:16 AM
The long awaited Mueller Community Gardens are scheduled to open this Fall. Here are the details: * 132 raised beds, 4 feet by 8 feet, filled with good garden soil * 16 beds raised to tabletop level for gardeners with disabilities * 10 foot wide walkways * 4 hose bibs * 2 compost systems with three bins * tool shed * shade structure made from the old Mueller Airport bus stop canopies (how cool is that?) * 4 foot high decorative metal fence, probably with vines growing on top This is a state of the art garden! The garden will need a committee to determine the rules of membership and use before it opens. Sunshine Gardens has promised to provide advice and guidance to the committee. The committee will be a P.O.A. committee similar to the pool committee and the landscape committee. To volunteer for the committee or to get on the waiting list for a garden plot, contact Jennifer Harvey the Mueller Property Manager. jharvey@allianceonline.net
Pool committee meeting notes - January 2015
posted by dianeg on January 12th, 2015 12:45 PM
Those in attendance: Jill Binford, Madge Darlington, Diane Gierisch and Jennifer Harvey. The meeting was held at 5 pm at Mueller Central. We discussed the 2015 swim season schedule for 2 pools, Ella Wooten and John Gaines. We’re considering lifeguard hours • at EW (Ella Wooten) to be 2-8 pm and • at JG (John Gaines) to be 9 am – 3 pm. We’re also considering extending lap swim time at EW from 5-7 am to 5-8 am. We reviewed the pool rules and made minor updates. We discussed having a big opening day party on Saturday, March 28 to celebrate the “no accident” 2014 swim season. We discussed lowering the unsupervised swim age which is currently 13. However the committee cannot comfortably support that change. John Gaines Pool is under construction. If we have a dry spring, construction will move quickly. The pool is scheduled to open in July. If we have a rainy spring, it may not. Next Meeting… Feb 12, 2015, 5 pm, Mueller Central Maintenance/emergency contacts • Message Board at muelleraustinonline.com (http://muelleraustinonline.com/messageboard/index.php?) • Phone Alliance Customer Service at 512-347-2888
Announcing.. the Mueller Flyers RMHC Lights of Love Poster Contest!
posted by bpkramer on November 3rd, 2014 4:04 PM
Announcing.. the Mueller Flyers RMHC Lights of Love Poster Contest! INSTRUCTIONS: Children ages 12 and under should write their names at the top and fill the rectangular space with color images that represent Mueller during the holiday season. Entries can be submitted electronically to jennifer.graber@gmail.com">jennifer.graber@gmail.com or left at the main desk of the Mueller Central office. Parents and guardians, please include additional contact information in case your child's entry is selected. The winning entry will be reproduced and posted along the race route. DUE DATE: All entries are due by 5:00 pm, November 24, 2014 at the Mueller office or by email. INSTRUCCIONES: Se invitan niños de las edades de 12 años y menos a escribir sus nombres en la línea de arriba y a llenar el espacio rectángular con imagenes de color que representan la comunidad de Mueller durante la época de fiestas invernales. Se pueden entregar las entradas electronicamente por email a jennifer.graber@gmail.com">jennifer.graber@gmail.com o se las pueden dejar con la recepción de la oficina de Mueller Central. Padres de familia y guardianes, incluyan su información de contacto si se eliga la entrada de su hijo/a. La entrada ganadora se imprimirá y se encuentrará en la ruta de la carrera Lights of Love 5K. FECHA FINAL: Se deben entregar todas las entradas antes de las 5:00 pm, 24 noviembre 2014 en la oficina de Mueller Central o por correo electrónico.
Notes from Oct. 29th POA Mixed-Use Board of Directors meeting
posted by Betsy on November 2nd, 2014 6:57 PM
Here are my notes from our meeting last week: Call to order and verify quorum (Greg Weaver) - All Board members were present - Matt Dean introduced… new member on Catellus team to replace Tommy Tucker. He will be introduced at the POA Annual Meeting on Nov. 6th. Manager’s Report (Jennifer Harvey) - Review of Work Session - Jennifer reminded us that at these meetings, we don’t discuss specific violations and that we’re separate from the developer so we don’t discuss developer business - Report from Mueller Master Community ----Landscape Maintenance (switch to FiveStar) - local historically underutilized business (HUB) company. Hoping for better response on irrigation issues. Start officially Nov. 10. Firm is very customer service oriented. Probably will sub out for expertise on native plants to work on the prairie. Greg and Mark Simmons have talked about similar issues and experience elsewhere (need large company but also need specialized expertise on board). Landscape Committee very involved in reviewing proposals and choosing the firm. ----Trash Study - Met with solar trash compactor company after they studied our trash . We have 54 trash containers, 2350 gal/day trash, 1430 gal/day recycling on average. They made suggestions regarding good locations for ‘big bellies’ - 90 gal solar compactors. Might be good option for more remote locations because we wouldn’t have to check them as often. The ‘big bellies’ send a text message when nearly full! ----Pond Maintenance ------Focus on Cattails now. Prior focus was elephant ears. Committee Reports ---Resident Activities Committee -----Fall Festival – November 8th , 10-1 at the hangar, family friendly event. New event… info coming soon. ---Landscape Committee -----No recommendation made re: shade at Ella Wooten -----Replant of demo garden being planned ---Pool Committee -----John Gaines pool feedback - request for water volleyball being evaluated Resident Concerns o Yard maintenance and tree trimming violations - numerous notices sent about a month ago and gave people to end of October. People need to take corrective action. Low hanging branches impact everyone. o Filming - Discussed reconvening a rules committee to discuss whether we should have some mitigation - limits on hours, parking mitigation, etc. Annual Meeting(s) – Thursday, November 6, 2014 o Proxies needed to make quorum!
Mueller Pool Committee Notes - Oct 2014
posted by dianeg on October 21st, 2014 12:13 PM
Those in attendance: Jennifer Harvey, Rose Wages, Jill Binford, Madge Darlington, Phil Burns and Diane Gierisch. Ella Wooten pool · Lights are repaired and all working · Pump repaired 10-8 · Pool needs vacuuming but the water is glorious. · ADA chair seems to have sunk on its base. It will be inspected, removed and stored at end of swim season (Oct 31). John Gaines pool Construction has begun. Estimated opening late July 2015. Committee discussions included · Staying with current lifeguard service and maintenance company for 2015 season. · Moving from bilingual signs to using international symbols on signage. Announcements · Our next meeting will be Thursday, November 13 at 5 pm at Mueller Central · Ella Wooten pool will close for the season the afternoon of Friday, October 31. · Maintenance/emergency contacts · Message Board at muelleraustinonline.com (http://muelleraustinonline.com/messageboard/index.php?) · Phone Alliance Customer Service at 512-347-2888
Nanny Available in Mueller or Central Austin
posted by Jennifer Cheng on October 21st, 2014 11:00 AM
I currently have a nanny working for us part time - T/Th for 6 hours a day. If anyone needs a nanny who speaks Mandarin, Cantonese or Vietnamese she is available for part time or potentially full time employment in the near future. The only drawback is that she does not speak English, but she would be great for a child trying to learn one of the above languages. She drives and can also cook. Let me know if you're interested! Jennifer jenniferscheng@gmail.com">jenniferscheng@gmail.com
Opening for 2nd POA Board member!
posted by Betsy on October 15th, 2014 9:52 AM
We'll be electing another resident representative to the POA Board at the Annual Meeting on Nov. 6th. All the info is on http://www.muelleraustinonline.com. The term is 2 years. Jennifer would like candidacy forms by Oct 23 but I believe they'll also take nominations from the floor at the meeting.
ACL Single Day Ticket - 2nd Sat. 10/11 - For Sale
posted by Jenny Magic on September 30th, 2014 11:52 AM
For sale - one single-day pass for ACL for Saturday, Oct. 11 (2nd weekend) - $100. Text me (or call) if you're interested so I can get it to the first taker. Thanks! Jenny Magic 512-994-5762
Nanny available for fall/spring
posted by jen seay on September 29th, 2014 10:41 AM
Hi Christine,I have an almost 4 year old girl, Joy and 5 1/2 year old boy, Jude. We are always looking for a good babysitter! Can you send me your contact info and your references?We live on Scales street, across from the big park. You could probably walk to us :).If there is any more info you need on me, just let me know.Best,Jennifer Seay512-785-4948
Pool Committee Meeting Notes - September 2014
posted by dianeg on September 16th, 2014 9:40 AM
Mueller Pool Committee meeting minutes Sept. 11, 2014 Those in attendance: Jennifer Harvey, Rose Wages, Jill Binford, Madge Darlington, Phil Burns and Diane Gierisch. Ella Wooten pool Maintenance All filters were replaced 8/29/14 New umbrellas installed 8/29/14 Pump #4 replaced 9/2/14 Lifeguard stands were put away 9/8/14 Ant treatment spread at pool on 9/9/14 Umbrellas were taken down ADA chair will be removed and stored at end of swim season Lights are not working properly and will be checked. Bilingual signs are being reviewed for translation accuracy. At the risk of jinxing it… discussion was had on having a “season of no accidents celebration” on Sunday, Oct 19, from 3-5 pm. More details will follow. Discussion was begun on lowering the age of unsupervised swimmers from 13 to 10. Items in consideration are a survey and discovering population numbers representing that age group. Discussion will continue at future meetings. John Gaines pool The outline of the pools can be seen in aerial photographs. There will be two pools; a wading pool separate from an activity pool. Plans for the wading pool include a fountain and for the activity pool to have 4 lap lanes. There will be two electric hand-operated ADA chairs. Announcements · Our next meeting will be Thursday, October 16 at 5 pm at Mueller Central · Ella Wooten pool will close for the season the afternoon of Friday, October 31. · Maintenance/emergency contacts Message Board at muelleraustinonline.com (http://muelleraustinonline.com/messageboard/index.php?) Phone Alliance Customer Service at 512-347-2888 · It's our understanding that Bartholomew pool will be open year round but the schedule has not been released.
New Child Bike Helmet
posted by Jenny Magic on September 12th, 2014 6:03 PM
My little boy got two new bike helmets at about the same time, so we're selling one, new with tags, manual, etc. Details here, we'll take best offer from one of our kind neighbors! http://austin.craigslist.org/bop/4636006653.html Jenny Magic 512-994-5762 mobile/ text
Cars towed at Lake Park
posted by Charlene Ansley on August 27th, 2014 3:18 PM
Apparently being a Mueller resident will not prevent your car from being towed. If you look closely at the signs at the entrance of the Lake Park parking lot there's a line in the middle of the text that says: "If you leave the property your vehicle will be towed."I find that very disturbing, however when I mentioned it to Jennifer Harvey, who is the Mueller Community Manager for Alliance Association Management, she didn't understand my point. It's interesting that the Thinkery would say they had nothing to do with the towing, because Jennifer told me that they had been begging her for months to start towing.But however this was initiated, I'm wondering why. Why such a huge and self-defeating effort to control where people park and where they go after they park. There are plenty of options for parking, the lot at the park, the garage, the lot behind Mueller Central, the street. Wouldn't it be better to let first come-first served prevail as is the common practice? Yes, some people will be inconvenienced, but those are the rules of parking that we all understand. Why contract with and enrich a sketchy towing company, piss off and inconvenience and create a financial burden for people and children who come to Mueller to work and play, and therefore chip big hunks out of any good will Catellus has developed with the residents and the surrounding communities? I don't get it.Spoiler alert: My vehicle was towed even tho I didn't "leave the property," the fee was close to $200 which I am probably going to have to go to JP court to recover, and my discussion with Jennifer about this was quite puzzling.
Is the POOL open on Labor Day??
posted by Sol Acosta-Houston on August 27th, 2014 11:44 AM
From Jennifer Harvey "Pool Schedule Reminder – With school back in session, pool season is winding down. Open Swim (lifeguards on duty) will only be available on weekends, August 23 & 24 and August 30, 31 and Monday, September 1 (Labor Day). After Labor Day the pool continues to be open for Resident Swim through Friday, October 31. For more pool information and a detailed schedule please visit the website."If you are not subscribed to her News from the Mueller POA newsletter, I suggest you shoot her an email and have her add you to the list. Jennifer Harvey ;
Riley signs
posted by Betsy on August 27th, 2014 5:29 AM
Jennifer is working on it... major misunderstanding by the maintenance guy. Let Jennifer know if yours was taken and she'll get it back to you. She has no way of knowing which signs go with which house. Her email is jharvey@allianceonline.net.
Opening for 2nd POA Board member!
posted by Betsy on August 26th, 2014 6:38 PM
At the Annual meeting (I think it will be on Nov. 5th), we'll get to elect a 2nd board member to the POA Mixed-Use board. That will mean 2 of the 5 board members will be elected by residents! I appreciate being elected last year to fill the first spot. Info will be coming out from Jennifer Harvey over the next few months. She's already posted this on http://www.muelleraustinonline.com: Candidacy opportunity By Jennifer Harvey on August 20, 2014 The Mueller Mixed-Use Community Association will be electing a second resident Board Member this fall. If you are interested please use the candidacy fom found at the top of Community Documents tab. Be thinking about good candidates and talk to them about running. Or, maybe you want to run yourself! Anyway, I wanted to put this out there to start the conversation. Betsy
Campaign Signs taken
posted by dreuxl on August 26th, 2014 4:34 PM
Got a text from a neighbor that they talked to a man taking my Kevin Ludlow sign. He said the HOA instructed him to take the signs. Just talked to Jennifer Harvey of the HOA. She asked maintenance to remove signs from the parks. He interpreted as take signs from everywhere. I called and was told my sign is going to be put back. If your sign was taken you need to call or email Jennifer Harvey and tell her your address and which candidate sign was taken. Jennifer Haas Harvey, CMCA, AMS Community Manager Alliance Association Management, Inc. – An Associa® Company 115 Wild Basin Road S. #308, Austin, Texas 78746 O: 512-347-2888 email: jharvey@allianceonline.net
Riley signs
posted by Christina Jones on August 26th, 2014 1:45 PM
Talking of yard signs being taken ...... you won't believe this, but today around 1 o'clock someone in a black pick-up removed all signs from my street, regardless of where they were placed and who the political candidate was. I ran after him and was able to retrieve mine. He had dozens in the back of his truck and said someone from the association management told him to "take them all". I find this highly objectionable and totally unacceptable. Jennifer Harvey said she would look into it.... I hope everybody is as outraged as I am.
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)
Landscape Committee Meeting Notes (8/7/14)
posted by ret1ree00 on August 10th, 2014 11:11 PM
The POA Landscape Committee met on Thursday August 7th at 4pm. Landscape Committee meets the first Thursday of each month. Members present; Nikki Truskett, Regina Emmett, Joe Denton, Bill Kirwin, Barbara Austin (Rvi rep.) and Jennifer Harvey (POA Manager). Dusty Harshman, Janelle Dozier, Bobby Gierisch and Helen Mason unable to attend (vacations etc.) Agenda Topics: (1) Review of RFP for Landscape Maintenance Contracts 2015. Five proposals were received and possible continuation with Valley Crest as 6th option. Top three will be asked to make presentations at September Meeting. Committee recommendation to go to POA Board in October. Irrigation repairs and ability to respond is a committee concern. (2) New Discussion Items (a.) Orchard- Orchard will be installed in the greenway at Berkman and Manor. Site preparation is underway. Orchard will include pears, peaches, figs, loquat and pecan. Possibly olives. (b.) Community Garden- future community garden to be installed in park by new swimming pool. Garden will be fenced but available to the public as well as Mueller Community. General Discussion: -Tree Replacements/Plant Replacements. Community concerns carried forward regarding need to replace dead trees in the common green space. To date in 2014, 40 trees have been replaced with an additional 20+ needing replacements. Some trees will be replaced under warranty. Budget ($30k) has already been exceeded for tree replacements but plans are to continue with replacements this fall. -Overhanging trees and vegetation onto sidewalks continues to be a problem in the community. -Dead landscape plantings in common areas will be replaced. Estimates for replacements has been requested from landscape company. Landscape company is to provide recommendations for similar or better suited plantings. COMMENT; I want to add. Replacement of trees and plantings is not a part of the routine maintenance provided under the landscape contract. Replacements are handled under separate contracts and may not be done by existing maintenance company. However the recent mulching in the parks and common areas are a part of the routine contract. -Maintenance Issues in Southwest Greenway: Committee has requested the consultant from the Lady Bird Wildflower Center be contacted with questions regarding the massive invasion of Poverty Weed in the Southwest Greenway and specifically in the Tall Grass Prairie in the "bowl". Joe Denton Committee Member
Coyote Spotting
posted by gford on July 30th, 2014 9:07 PM
I wasn't sure who to contact so I emailed Jennifer Harvey. She put me in contact with Jessica Reynolds at Catellus - jreynolds@catellus.com
POA Board meeting notes 30 July 2014
posted by Betsy on July 30th, 2014 8:21 PM
POA Board meeting July 30, 2014 Present: Dee Desjardin, Carl Paulson, Betsy Hilton, Fei Dai, Jennifer Harvey Absent: Greg Weaver Work session - no discussion of fines, assessments, legal, etc. Tommy Tucker off board, Greg on - due to personnel changes at Catellus Pool - Pool attendance lower than last year (before Bartholomew) - Carl attended pool committee meeting. Committee gave comments last Fall on old 2008 plan. Designers incorporated many comments. Reviewed again in Feb - depth, chairlift. Most of the committee okay with design, although some think it should be deeper. Plan is to be 4’6” deep in lap lanes. Will have chair lift similar to Ella Wooten. - Chlorine levels - reports several weeks ago and again this weekend. Test reports from Monday looked okay. Landscape maintenance: - New bids received - 5 proposals - Prairie - Wildflower Center says it’s doing well. Does it need more paid maintenance rather than reliance on volunteer efforts. Suggestion for POA to discuss with Friends of the Prairie regarding long-term sustainability of volunteers to mark invasive weeds - 46 trees replaced since May 1, approximately 20 more still needed Pond Maintenance - Adjustments to fountains made to reduce misting - Removing invasive elephant ears - 200 gallons of trash is removed each month Resident Concerns - Filming - Catelllus discussed process with City. City relies on film crew to work out issues. City wants to support filming. Discussion about asking our POA rules committee to look into whether rules are needed to govern homeowner decisions to allow filming that impacts other neighbors. POA has no role if filming is all in city ROW. Only notified if POA property is used. - Street tree maintenance - Letters have been sent to property owners who need to replace trees, telling them to replace them this fall. If not done, POA will replace trees and bill owners. Prior discussion about POA taking over tree maintenance - majority of residents opposed that. Notices about limbing up trees were sent in April. Another reminder will be sent this Fall or POA will do the work and bill owners. - Apartment dwellers can buy a season pass to use Mueller pools during public hours. Contact Jennifer for details. Public hours at 2nd pool may be staggered from hours at first pool to allow broader range of possible hours for non-owners. - Play equipment in common area on Threadgill - POA to check with attorneys to see if POA bears any liability. Lots of events in the next few months: Upcoming POA events  Social Hour – July 30th (Tonight!)  New Resident Orientation – September 3rd  Music in the Park – September 18th  Fall Garage Sale – September 20th  POA Annual Meeting – tentatively November 5th  Fall Festival – November 8th Upcoming Developer & External events  Ultimate Field Day – September 6th  Time’s Fit Foodie – September 13th (Road Closures)  HAMM Music Night – September 23rd  McCallum Movie Night – September 27th  Movie in Your Park – October 3rd  National Night Out Kickoff – October 4th  Movie in Your Park – October 10th  Movie in Your Park – October 17th  ALS Walk – October 18th (Road Closures)  Light the Night – October 25th (Road Closures)  VIVA Streets – October 26th (Road Closures)  FAAN FARE – November 1st  Campfire Kids Walk – November 8th  Cure Search – November 15th  Ridgetop Fun Run – November 22nd  Tower Lighting – December 2nd  Lights of Love – December 5th (Road Closures) Annual meeting - tentatively Nov. 5th at Seton.
Pool Committee Meeting Notes on July 11, 2014
posted by Curtis LaFaitte on July 18th, 2014 2:17 PM
Attendees: Jennifer Harvey, Madge Darlington; Rose Wages; Lance Winchester; Phil Burns; Curtis LaFaitte; Jill Binford. Diane Gierisch was on vacation. Topics: Ella Wooten Pool: -Pool Signs are being updated to be bilingual and reflect current times and rules. ADA Lift Chair will also soon be having a sign noting proper use. -Chlorine levels are being monitored to check consistency and appropriate chemical levels due to community concerns of chlorine levels. -Looking at relocating trash can to area closer to picnic tables. Majority of the meeting centered around the new John Gains Pool, scheduled to start construction in September 2014. -ADA Compliance: Handicap Showers will have permanent seating attached. Hand-held shower will be mounted to be ADA friendly. Pool Lift Chair will be hardwired into the electric. -Design will include housing clock at end of pool to be visible by users in the pool. -The pool will be 25 yrds long. The non-lap area will begin at 3'6" deep to accommodate lap walkers and slope to 4'6". From there, the lap lane area will increase to 4.9 ft. Catellus is evaluating to see if the slope in the lap lane area can be increased an additional 1 ft without sacrificing the above specified 3'6" for the lap walkers. It is the community's original plan that this pool be more family friendly, thus having a shallow slope overall, and that lap swimmers who desire a deeper lap lane for swimming laps can use Ella Wooten Pool. -The John Gains Pool will have 4 lap lanes for lap swimmers. -Additional shade areas are being evaluated by the committee and Catellus. Next meeting: August 14th at 5PM. Thank you, Curtis LaFaitte
Approved Plants
posted by Tay2217 on July 9th, 2014 8:02 PM
Thanks so much for your work and Carole and Jennifer's answers.
Approved Plants
posted by cmick on July 9th, 2014 3:49 PM
I received a reply from Jennifer and have copied it here for your information.CaroleThanks for your email. First, I want to clarify the Row Home assessment goes primarily to insurance on the building, then reserves for future repairs on the balconies, roofs, etc. The third largest fee is water, then exterior building maintenance (painting, siding and shutter repair) and lastly is landscape maintenance. The contract with Greater Texas Landscaping includes weekly mowing, edging and monthly irrigation checks plus twice a year insect and weed treatments. It does not cover plant replacements or mulch, those are done looking at the project as a whole and not based on an individual unit basis or a plant-for-plant basis. As is in done in a traditional townhome project, the landscaping is done in a commercial manner, which is sometimes disappointing to some homeowners who buy a townhouse and want the landscaping to be handled in a way like they would at their own home. Likely, it never will be done in the same way someone would do in their own yard, both in good ways and less than good ways. Some homeowners are confused about how the replacements work which is done by project, not individuals homes except in rare occasions or due to contractor negligence. Mulch is applied as needed but usually not more than once per year and not necessarily every year. The builders tend to plant without much thought to location, sun needed, etc., they also tend to overplant the beds so all of that is considered annually when we look at replacements. The POA has no control over what, where or how the builders plant and often some plants die but then allow others to grow to full size. GTL should be removing any dead plants weekly on that visit (they aren't great about doing that and often need a specific reminder). Also, the scope of landscape maintenance is based to walk the line to keep the Row House assessments affordable but also looking attractive which is often a tough line to walk. We could certainly increase the scope significantly and include something like replacing each and every plant but that would also significantly raise the Row Home fees. Owners are allowed (but not required) to plant their own plants as long as it falls within the Mueller plant list located in the Mueller Modification Guidelines. The Association is responsible for keeping the landscape in a good and attractive manner (but commercial) and I do agree the many of the Row Homes, especially along Zach Scott need some attention. This year was a particularly bad year for freezes and the drought impacted some of the trees badly. GTL is working on a plan for that will address more drought resistant and freeze resistant in the next big plant install as we don't want to waste time or money putting in plants unlikely to survive the upcoming Stage 3 water restrictions.I hope this info helps but please let me know if you have any follow up questions or specific areas you're concerned about that I can direct GTL to focus on.Thanks,Jennifer
Approved Plants
posted by cmick on July 9th, 2014 3:49 PM
I received a reply from Jennifer and have copied it here for your information.CaroleThanks for your email. First, I want to clarify the Row Home assessment goes primarily to insurance on the building, then reserves for future repairs on the balconies, roofs, etc. The third largest fee is water, then exterior building maintenance (painting, siding and shutter repair) and lastly is landscape maintenance. The contract with Greater Texas Landscaping includes weekly mowing, edging and monthly irrigation checks plus twice a year insect and weed treatments. It does not cover plant replacements or mulch, those are done looking at the project as a whole and not based on an individual unit basis or a plant-for-plant basis. As is in done in a traditional townhome project, the landscaping is done in a commercial manner, which is sometimes disappointing to some homeowners who buy a townhouse and want the landscaping to be handled in a way like they would at their own home. Likely, it never will be done in the same way someone would do in their own yard, both in good ways and less than good ways. Some homeowners are confused about how the replacements work which is done by project, not individuals homes except in rare occasions or due to contractor negligence. Mulch is applied as needed but usually not more than once per year and not necessarily every year. The builders tend to plant without much thought to location, sun needed, etc., they also tend to overplant the beds so all of that is considered annually when we look at replacements. The POA has no control over what, where or how the builders plant and often some plants die but then allow others to grow to full size. GTL should be removing any dead plants weekly on that visit (they aren't great about doing that and often need a specific reminder). Also, the scope of landscape maintenance is based to walk the line to keep the Row House assessments affordable but also looking attractive which is often a tough line to walk. We could certainly increase the scope significantly and include something like replacing each and every plant but that would also significantly raise the Row Home fees. Owners are allowed (but not required) to plant their own plants as long as it falls within the Mueller plant list located in the Mueller Modification Guidelines. The Association is responsible for keeping the landscape in a good and attractive manner (but commercial) and I do agree the many of the Row Homes, especially along Zach Scott need some attention. This year was a particularly bad year for freezes and the drought impacted some of the trees badly. GTL is working on a plan for that will address more drought resistant and freeze resistant in the next big plant install as we don't want to waste time or money putting in plants unlikely to survive the upcoming Stage 3 water restrictions.I hope this info helps but please let me know if you have any follow up questions or specific areas you're concerned about that I can direct GTL to focus on.Thanks,Jennifer
Approved Plants
posted by cmick on July 6th, 2014 7:36 AM
Although I am not in a row house, i think this issue should be addressed by Catelus. I am sending a note to Jennifer Harvey about my concern that the obligation of the HOA is not being met and the aesthetics of the neighborhood are in jeaporady. With more and more row houses being built, this could be a big problem in the future.
Approved Plants
posted by Robin Dusek on July 3rd, 2014 11:08 AM
I also live on Zach Scott with plants that have died. I've only been here a year, so I'm not really familiar with how it works for dead/dying plants. Is replacing dead/dying landscaping something that should be taken care of as part of our row home HOA dues?I contacted Jennifer Harvey about replacement plants in May and she said she would have Greater Texas Landscapes take a look, but I haven't received a response.
Babysitting?!?
posted by Jenny Magic on July 3rd, 2014 10:54 AM
Hi Leanne! We don't need that time spot, but you might post your availability on UrbanSitter.com - I'm part of a mom's group and we've been having good luck with local sitters there. I think it's free? Cheers, Jenny
Pool Committee Meeting Notes - June 2014
posted by dianeg on June 30th, 2014 1:37 PM
sorry for the delay in posting. Pool Committee meeting notes – June 19, 2014 Those in attendance were: Jennifer Harvey, Madge Darlington, Diane Gierisch, Curtis LaFitte, Rose Wages, and Lance Winchester. I. Jennifer’s Report a. Pool leaks: It appears all the leaks have been found and repaired. Maintenance company is monitoring water level to verify. It was reported that a tile near the 4 foot line is missing grout. It will be repaired. b. Outreach to Maplewood Elementary: Maplewood Elem special education teacher requested access to Ella Wooten pool for special education students to receive OT during the summer. Jennifer is looking into making this happen. The students would have access during public swim times. c. Life guard chairs: New chairs are being ordered. (note 6/30/14: new chairs are in use) d. Pool rules: Portable signs around the pool area will be produced in both Spanish and English. A sign for the ADA chair is being made to discourage people from playing or sitting on the chair. The chair requires a battery to use. If you need to use the chair to gain access to the pool, contact Jennifer Harvey via Alliance Mgmt at 512-328-6100. II. New pool news: The committee is hoping to meet with design team soon to review plans for the next Mueller pool. Next meeting is July 10th. Thanks.
TRASH CANS
posted by Kathleen Malcom on May 22nd, 2014 7:07 PM
The following was posted by Jennifer Harvey today in the POA Updates. All Home Owners & Renters agree to the Covenants when they purchase their homes and sign their leases. Because Jennifer doesn't post on this site or on the Mueller Resident FB page, then it's appropriate to share the topic on other avenues for educational purposes: "Friendly Reminder – Per section 2.06 of the Mixed-Use Covenant please store all trash cans and recycling bins out of view on non-trash pickup days, they cannot be stored in the alley except on Fridays for pickup." Jennifer Haas Harvey, Community Manager
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