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Mueller Neighborhood Association is accepting nominations for the Steering Committee
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Need a Venue for a Mueller Neighborhood Event? Mosaic at Mueller....
posted by Idaez Mendez on October 10th, 2019 12:30 AM
It is absolutly important for us to make a menu for those who come on the event. I want to make a special menu for them because i want to invite some special and they deserve special. So assignment masters is must include and we have to just make that time special.
Mueller Neighborhood Association is accepting nominations for the Steering Committee
posted by Luca Alcorn on April 24th, 2019 2:40 PM
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Free turquoise bedside tables
posted by Kim Freels on November 18th, 2016 11:29 AM
I have two bedside tables to give away. made of pine and then painted turquoise with Annie Sloan paint and finished with crystal knobs from Anthropologie. Minor scratches on top on one table. Please send me an email at krfreels@gmail.com. I live in the Mueller neighborhood near the new park.
In-home Mother's Day Out/Playschool program
posted by Aimee Yankwitt on August 10th, 2016 6:15 PM
Hi neighbors, I'm accepting applications for a new MDO/playschool program in Mueller for Tuesday and Thursday mornings. It will be a low ratio of 3 little ones per teacher! I look forward to offering a very personal and unique playschool to the neighborhood. You can find out more on my website at: http://www.littlefriendsplayschool.com Thanks, Aimee
Found female small black dog on leash at Mueller Blvd
posted by Cherrywood Art Fair on July 1st, 2016 6:21 PM
A friend just found a shy black and tan chihuahua/terrier mix with a black leash attached and rabies tag that was hiding under her car in her office parking lot at 4700 Mueller Blvd. We're taking her in until we can do more to canvas the neighborhood. If she's yours, call Sherri at 512 217 6801.
This week: Beer, Wine & Gratitude from Unit-D Pizzeria (2406 Manor Rd)
posted by Shalou Barth on March 14th, 2016 11:21 AM
Hi Neighbors! I live in the Cherrywood Neighborhood (78722) and am also the owner of Unit-D Pizzeria on Manor Road. We are so grateful for the support from our local community and as such, are giving back to the residents of 78722 and 78723. When you dine with us this week, Sunday, March 13th thru Sunday, March 20th, we’re giving ONE draft beer or ONE glass of house red, white or rosé ON US with every pizza* purchased. Just bring your ID and show us your 78723 Mueller zip code. :) Escape the SXSW madness and come celebrate pizza, beer, wine and SPRINGTIME! Hours: Sun – Thurs: 5-10pm; Fri – Sat: 5-11pm. (CLOSED TUESDAYS) Happy Hour: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 5 - 6:30pm Cheers and THANK YOU so very much for your ongoing support! Shalou Unit-D Pizzeria 2406 Manor Road, Unit D * Dine-in customers only; does not apply to kid’s pizzas.
Survey for Mueller Family Services! (Counseling, Support & Education)
posted by anita robertson on September 25th, 2015 5:49 PM
Neighbors! I am considering opening a family counseling/coaching practice in Mueller to support all the amazing families that live here! If you could fill out the short survey (3 minutes!) so I can assess what our communities interest/needs are, that would help me create something awesome for our community. Also, my other half is really into building apps at the moment and we are thinking of creating an app for the neighborhood. The last question is for what you would like the app to have. Thanks for taking the time to fill it out! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QLH9HZR
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 12:05 PM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 12:05 PM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 12:05 PM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 12:04 PM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 12:04 PM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 11:59 AM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Re-Route Traffic Off Zach Scott Street?
posted by Jenji Henson on September 23rd, 2015 11:59 AM
Hi!I work from home and my office faces Zach Scott Street, so I see (and hear) massive trucks go by all day, every day to the new construction sites in East Mueller. These vehicles are not neighborhood friendly. One semi-truck today from a stone company went by several times with squeaky breaks making its normal loudness almost unbearably loud. I'm not usually one to post about things like this, but I'm wondering if anyone with small children is bothered by these trucks or if any impact studies have been done on their impact to our streets. I used to live in a neighborhood that studied the impact a Wal-Mart would have on nearby residential areas. They found that delivery trucks would break several city codes because of their weight on small streets and because of sound levels at all hours. So it would seem that heavy trucks add significant wear and tear to neighborhood streets, decreasing their lifespan. Who pays for that? Also, the noise really seems far too loud for a neighborhood. Would it be possible to request that semis and heavy construction vehicles be rerouted off Zach Scott to Manor/51st Street?
Music In Lake Park This FRIDAY!
posted by Laura Moliter on September 20th, 2015 8:31 AM
Thanks so much for having my band, Rare Birds in Flight, out to play at this fun event. We had a wonderful time and the audience was just great! Three of the band members live in Mueller and it was a special pleasure to play right here in our wonderful neighborhood! Hope to see you at future shows. Event adn other info at http://www.rarebirdsinflight.com or on our Facebook page.
Who is this cold-blooded Mueller resident?
posted by Janelle Dozier on August 27th, 2015 11:50 AM
One of our Mueller residents is sun-bathing. Who is he (or she)? (click on the attachment to see a photo) Find out on Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Mueller Greenway Garden Tour. Drop by between 9 a.m. and noon, and a Master Naturalist will identify this little critter for you. She'll tell you what it eats, what eats it, where it lives, how it raises its young and why we are so happy it lives in our neighborhood, This event is FREE and OPEN to everyone! Children are welcome. Look for the speakers in the Mueller Native Plant Demonstration Garden near Tom Miller and Sahm. Sponsored by your Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee
Transportation Committee Meeting notes 26 Aug 2015
posted by Betsy on August 26th, 2015 6:06 PM
Transportation Committee Meeting notes26 Aug 2015- Section 7c finished and builders underway- Working on infrastructure for phase one of Section 9 (bordered by Zach Scott, Berkman, Simond, Vaughan) Includes Berkman widening to from Zach Scott to Simond. (open early 2016)- Start phase 2 of Section 9 in next few months - that will finish out Berkman (open late 2016)- Town Center infrastructure - Aldrich to 51st, Philomena to Mueller, Robert Browning to Mueller, widen Mueller from roundabout to Philomena (finish Spring 2016)- John Gaines pool slowed due to Spring rains. Community garden should be available for Fall planting.- SE greenway (dogbone) not accepted from contractor yet. Contractor will have to replace dead vegetation prior to final acceptance. (Amika Bose - new City engineer covering our area) [She discussed items suggested for the meeting agenda and what she’s received via 311 requests]- Berkman speeding - Berkman not finished to create friction. Will monitor speeding - planning to collect data again this Fall. City engineers view 35 mph in a 30 mph zone as acceptable from a transportation engineering perspective. I conveyed that the community doesn’t find 35mph acceptable. Discussed that speed limit in Windsor Park is 35 and whether lowering that to 30 might set more consistent driver expectations. Girard mentioned that Pedestrian Advisory Council is recommending that raised crosswalks be provided to encourage lower speeds at intersections. Discussion about possibility of temporary speed humps to resolve issue until final road section is in place.- Zach Scott & Berkman - City will likely replace Yield signs with Stop signs- Berkman sight lines - 311 concerns at McCurdy from WFT residents. May look at parking modifications to improve sight distance. Talked about visibility in general and how best to keep people from parking too close to corners - bike corrals, striping out No Parking areas, possibility of physical obstructions, etc. Catellus will prioritize corrective action on Berkman with the City. Visibility needed both for traffic turning onto Berkman, and for traffic on Berkman to see cyclists when initiating a turn from Berkman. Discussed a larger problem throughout Mueller that the physical design of the curb, and the signage/markings, don’t send a consistent message to drivers about where parking is prohibited. In some cases, parking spaces are marked too close to the corner, in violation of state law. Amika will look into that. It was noted that this is true elsewhere in the City as well.- Requests to mark crosswalks on Berkman up toward the HEB (Garcia and Philomena, I think) - City seems inclined to do that.- Painting curb red at fire hydrants - maintenance issue for City in general so they are very reluctant. Only tend to paint in critical areas, like near the park.- Mueller/Aldrich roundabout - At this time, City wants to monitor roundabout operations because crash history doesn’t rise to a priority level for the City. Discussions about whether it was included in the 2012 bond package. Jill Fagan at the City will do some research. City wants to wait to see IF traffic volumes increase. Pointed out that with Town Center going in, traffic WILL greatly increase, which will make reconstruction more difficult. - Lancaster bike lanes - Amika discussed with Nathan Wilkes (City bike program engineer). Needs further study by Catellus. Amika will take back to Nathan that there is strong community interest in bike lane there.- Driveway access to Speedy Stop at 51st/Berkman - City willing to discuss, but they’ve had their driveway access for a very long time. - Home Depot - Left outs onto 51st are problematic.- Karen Lorenzini is the new project manager- TxDOT now working more closely with City of Austin- Adding 3rd lane to upper level - have now finished working concept- Now working on specific corridor projects including 51st St roundabout at southbound I-35 frontage road is partially funded by the City. Environmental clearance nearly complete here and design will start. Remaining funding for roundabout not identified yet. Will finish design package early next year to have on shelf when funds available.- Now starting on more detailed design schematics for the overall project. We’re in the middle section from Riverside to US 183. $500M project. - Plans still include entrance and exits from south Airport Blvd to the upper deck to/from downtown. Need to work out details with Delwood 2 as it will impact their access. Lots of detail to work out re: bike/ped concerns. Delwood 2 working in conjunction with Mateo’s neighborhood group.- Philomena connection still under consideration - haven’t fully evaluated traffic impacts. Might worsen turbulence on northbound frontage road turning into Barbara Jordan. No decision made.I had to leave the meeting early (well, it was running over).
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:28 AM
We just bought a condo in Mueller. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:28 AM
We just bought a condo in Mueller. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:28 AM
We just bought a condo in Mueller. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:28 AM
We just bought a condo in Mueller. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:28 AM
We just bought a condo in Mueller. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:27 AM
We just bought a condo in Mueller. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
Vandalism
posted by KAREN MCAFEE on July 30th, 2015 1:27 AM
We just bought a condo on Berkman. Is there someone who can send me an invitation for Mueller Next Door? When I try from my old account (to my old neighborhood) I only see Next Door postings from my old neighborhood. If there is a different/better way to get connected for Mueller Next Door, please let me know. Thank you!
July 4th 2015 event at Ela Wooten Park
posted by Katalin Kiss on June 25th, 2015 10:50 AM
Hello MNA Who do I talk to if I want to volunteer and setup a booth for complimentary hair chalking at the July 4th 2015 event being held at Ela Wooten Park? I am a master hair stylists with over 17 years of experienced. I am licensed cosmetologists in Texas and recently opened my hair salon in the Mueller neighborhood (Haute European Salon & Beauty Products) in one of the shop homes by Ruiz street. Please advise. Thanks Katalin.
July 4th Celebration!
posted by Karen Sharp on June 17th, 2015 9:29 AM
Hi Neighbors, The July 4th celebration in the neighborhood will be here before you know it! If you would like to walk in the parade please come to Paggi Square at 9:30 a.m. to line up with the other marchers, bikes, strollers, drill team, kazoo band - to name a few of the features of the parade! The parade will take off at 10 a.m. and progress down Robert Browning to Mattie and then down Mattie to Ella Wooten Park. You can also watch from the parade route and cheer the marchers! From 10 a.m. - Noon we will have a pool party at Ella Wooten Park including ice cold watermelon, ice cream, snow cones, live entertainment from our own resident musicians and much more! Thanks to the sponsors of the event - Mueller Neighborhood Association, HEB, Frost Bank and Capital One! Send questions to mnaparades@gmail.com Hope to see you there! Karen
Mueller Neighborhood 4th of July Celebration - Mark Your Calendars!
posted by Karen Sharp on May 11th, 2015 1:57 PM
Hi Neighbors! Plans are underway to have a fabulous celebration of the 4th of July including a parade, pool party and much more. The party will run from 10 a.m. - Noon with staging for the parade at 9:30 a.m. at Paggi Square. Stay tuned for more details....
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.
Mueller Business Association Kickoff Meeting
posted by Lorrie on April 21st, 2015 8:20 AM
If you live in Mueller and own your own business, please join us! We’ll discuss putting together a directory for the Mueller Neighborhood Association website and how businesses can help each other. Big thanks to Emilie of Patchwork Austin​ Coworking for graciously offering to host the first meeting! RSVP on the Mueller Neighbor Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/414250522087529/ Date: Thursday, April 30 Time: 7:30 - 8:30 PM Location: Patchwork Austin Coworking 4600 Mueller Blvd., Suite 1003 (located in the Mosaic building at Mueller Blvd traffic circle)
swim lessons?
posted by lilyrose on April 15th, 2015 3:15 PM
thanks for the input, y'all! from what I've seen of their lessons during previous years, when we were playing nearby, it will be okay to start off with, especially with the convenience of having them in the neighborhood pool. as the skills advance perhaps we might want something different but we'll see how it goes. and as it happens, I just went to their website in order to look up the email address (since the phone number hasn't worked out for me...) and I saw that they do have the Mueller Ella Wooten pool registration available now. must have happened this afternoon.
Mueller Egg Scramble 2015
posted by dmick on April 1st, 2015 9:35 AM
Sat, April 4, 8:30am – 11:00amWhereElla Wooten Park, Austin, TX 78723, United States (map)DescriptionFeaturing Three Eggs Hunts:Kids Under 3 (Hunt Begins: 8:45 AM)Kids 3 & 4 (Hunt Begins: 9:00 AM)Kids 5 and Up (Hunt Begins: 9:15 AM)Additional Events:Petting Zoo brought to us by Frost BankBounce Houses brought to us by YMCA East CommunitiesMueller Bunny brought to us by Neighbors Emergency CenterOther Fun Activities (More Details Pending)Volunteer Sign-Up: http://vols.pt/​cPNk8YSpecial thanks to the Mueller Neighborhood Association for all their support!Egg Drop Locations:For every child that is participating, please drop off 12 plastic eggs filled with age-appropriate goodies to one of the three following addresses by Thursday April 2nd:> 2108 McBee Street (Maloney Residence)> 4301 Mattie Street (Wood Residence)> 4020 Pinckney Street (McGillicuddy Residence) We have set up separate boxes for each age group.**Please No Confetti Eggs**
Boys size 12 or 14 black pants and button down needed to borrow
posted by Dana Williams on March 25th, 2015 8:54 PM
My 13 year old son Sam needs a black pair of pants and a black button down shirt to be worn once for a choir concert. Does anyone have hand-me-downs to loan or sell? Looking for size 12 or 14. Please call me at 512-791-5323 or PM and I will be happy to pick up. Need by Thursday, April 9th. Will look at Goodwill if nobody has anything they want to off-load in the neighborhood. Thanks, Mueller Community! Dana
Mueller Social Hour at HEB on THURSDAY!
posted by Kathleen Malcom on March 24th, 2015 12:32 PM
The Mueller Residents Activity Committee (RAC) invites you to our Mueller neighborhood Social Hour at the HEB Café Patio THIS THURSDAY from 5:00PM to 7:00PM. We had over 80 attendees at the last event, so this is a great time to greet old friends and make some new ones!
Maplewood Mustang Stampede this Saturday at Lake Park
posted by jueggs on March 23rd, 2015 8:26 PM
One mile Fun Run around Lake Park is open to Mueller families with elementary school aged students. Start will be at the amphitheater at 10 a.m..........it's a chance for a physical, fun challenge for you and your child here in Mueller, while helping to raise some funds for our neighborhood school! To register go to http://www.thegetmovincrew.com/ 1. Click the "Register your Child" star in the red box. 2. Use the drop down to find Maplewood 3. Use the drop down to select "Multi-Age" in the grade field 4. Use the drop down to select "Team Mueller" 5. Customize your child's message and pledge goal 6. Send the message as email or share via Facebook The site is a popular platform for healthy school fundraising. $20 minimum pledge/child to do this challenge- Parents can run free...... and also win raffle prizes like gift cards and massages!
Do You Know Mueller? Police Patrol/Crime
posted by danx111 on March 11th, 2015 10:24 AM
In addition to regular Austin Police Department (APD) patrols, Mueller Property Owner Association (POA) employs off duty APD officers to patrol the neighborhood. APD enforces laws everywhere so, even though our parks are private property, APD will respond to problems occurring in the parks. Calls made over APD radio are frequently handled by our neighborhood patrol officers if they are closest and free to respond. Crime reports are available from APD or: - Krimelab http://www.krimelabb.com/_basic/view/v_address.php - SpotCrime.com http://spotcrime.com/alertviewer/?dt=2015-03-04&id=6c205adaa4f66f9590681faaf18017cd&mid=293204459 Mueller Neighborhood is in APD Region 1, B3. Our District Representative is Officer Josh Metteauer, 512-974-8124 He can receive email here: http://www.austintexas.gov/email/joshuametteauer The District Representatives serve as liaison between the community and the police department.
Mueller Social Hour at HEB 3-26-15
posted by Kathleen Malcom on March 5th, 2015 8:45 AM
The Mueller Residents Activity Committee (RAC) invites you to our Mueller neighborhood Social Hour at the HEB Café Patio on Thursday, March 26th from 5:00PM to 7:00PM. This is an informal opportunity to Meet & Greet your neighbors. RAC will provide appetisers and the drinks will be on you… Please join us!
Lost: Female Yorkie Escaped into Mueller Neighborhood near Delwood 2 Neighborhood
posted by Jan Jones on February 11th, 2015 10:39 AM
So sorry to hear this.
Lost: Female Yorkie Escaped into Mueller Neighborhood near Delwood 2 Neighborhood
posted by Kathleen Ensey on February 10th, 2015 8:10 AM
Sad news: I've learned that Honeywell's body was recovered from a highway where she had been hit. Thank you for all who read & shared Honeybell's alert.
Lost: Female Yorkie Escaped into Mueller Neighborhood near Delwood 2 Neighborhood
posted by Kathleen Ensey on February 9th, 2015 8:27 AM
Visiting female Yorkie escaped WHERE: Delwood 2 neighborhood yard into the Greenbelt in Mueller neighborhood WHEN: Sunday, 8 Feb evening WHO: "Honeybell" - 12lb silver+ taupe fur CONTACT: Brendan or Stefan: 512-917-4998 or 917-733-3748
Dog walking and pet sitting DOGONIT!
posted by Candice McKay on February 1st, 2015 8:14 PM
Lyz is the very best caretaker for our family dog, Layler PuppilupagusI THE BEST!! When we are forced to leave our pup behind on a trip out of town, Layla gets an awesome staycation, tailored to her specific needs. (Her top priorities are lots of love and exercise :) We rest assured that our four-legged family member is getting top-quality care from a loving and enthusiastic professional. Layla absolutely adores Lyz and I'd count on her for an extra walk from time-to-time, to house-sit, or even just a play date treat for Layla. We used to board Layla at a popular dog ranch, assuming the fun and socialization with other dogs was the best experience for her while we were away. We also tried out neighborhood boarding spots. Now, Lyz is now our #1 go-to, preferred option for our Layla if we can't be with her. I believe she gets similar opportunities without the risks.Plus, the DOGONIT prices are very reasonable. I highly recommend Lyz Mueller & DOGONIT.
Do You Know Mueller? Dogs and Cats
posted by danx111 on January 30th, 2015 8:48 AM
All Mueller residents (owners & renters) are obligated to adhere to the Mueller Covenants: muelleraustin.com/uploads/plan/Ex%20X.pdf" rel="nofollow">http://www.muelleraustin.com/uploads/plan/Ex%20X.pdf and to the Mixed Use Rules & Regulations: muelleraustinonline.com/editor_upload/File/POA%20Docs/Mueller_Mixed-Use_Rules_and_Regulations_8-5-09.pdf" rel="nofollow">http://www.muelleraustinonline.com/editor_upload/File/POA%20Docs/Mueller_Mixed-Use_Rules_and_Regulations_8-5-09.pdf …which address various aspects of the neighborhood. • No Owner may keep on such Owner's Unit more than three (3) cats and dogs, in the aggregate, not more than two (2) of which may be dogs. • No animal will be allowed to make an unreasonable amount of noise, or to become a nuisance, and no domestic pets will be allowed within the Mixed-Use Community other than on the Unit of its Owner unless confined to a leash. • No animal will be allowed to run at large, and all animals will be kept within enclosed areas which must be clean, sanitary, and reasonably free of refuse, insects, and waste at all times. All pet waste will be removed and appropriately disposed of by the Owner of the pet. All pets must be registered, licensed and inoculated as required by law. • No Resident may keep a dangerous or exotic animal, pit bull terrier, trained attack dog, or any other animal deemed by the Board to be a potential threat to the well‐being of people or other animals. No animal or housepet may be kept, bred, or maintained for any commercial purpose or for food.
Maplewood Elementary School- Information Please :)
posted by langhugh on January 30th, 2015 8:20 AM
Hi, Laura.Welcome. I recently wrote a note to prospective Maplewood parents that I'll attach here in PDF. I'll also post the text below. If you use Facebook, please feel free join a couple groups if interested,1. The Maplewood School Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/maplewoodschool/ 2. If you are a Mueller Resident, you might also enjoy the Parents of Mueller group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/160277200693081/ Here is the text of the note if it's easier to read here:
Do You Know Mueller? Common Area Water
posted by danx111 on January 26th, 2015 4:39 PM
1. The ponds receive water from the storm water drainage systems which consolidate the rain water flows and put the water into the ponds into a specific area of the pond to maintain water quality. In the case of Lake Park for example, that consolidated flow into the pond is just south of the bridge near the roundabout. If we don't get enough rain to maintain the required water level in the pond, there is a make-up water system using domestic city water (not reclaimed water). The ponds also get some inflows from surrounding park run off. 2. The ponds are sub-divided into filtration segments such that the main storm water inflows are gradually filtered as the water flows to the opposite end of the pond before flowing out of Mueller into surrounding natural drainage basins that existed prior Mueller's redevelopment. These outflows drastically reduced the former rate of flows through surrounding neighborhoods during storm events. 3. There is a city reclaimed water treatment plant keeping the 51st St water tank filled via pumps. The tank is part of The City's reclaimed water system which feeds Mueller's reclaimed (purple pipe) water supply. Reclaimed water is used primarily for irrigation of Mueller common areas and inside a few buildings for water closets. HEB also uses it for HVAC makeup water.
Do You Know Mueller? Street Trees
posted by danx111 on January 23rd, 2015 8:08 AM
All Mueller residents (owners & renters) are obligated to adhere to the Mueller Covenants: muelleraustin.com/uploads/plan/Ex%20X.pdf" rel="nofollow">http://www.muelleraustin.com/uploads/plan/Ex%20X.pdf which addresses various aspects of the neighborhood. o Street Trees are those trees situated between the sidewalks and the curbs and are one of the many features that enhance the character of our Mueller Neighborhood. The health of the street trees located in front of yard homes (yard homes, not row homes or condos) are the responsibility of the home owner, including watering and pruning. If one of these trees dies it is the responsibility of the home owner to replace it with a 3” caliper tree of the same type. o Tree Care Guidelines from the City of Austin: http://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Watershed/growgreen/TreeCare.pdf
ABIA Runway Closure - Impacts to Mueller
posted by Carrie Stefanelli on January 14th, 2015 9:08 PM
Dear Neighbors, I’m a Mueller resident and work at Austin Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA). We are closing our east runway for 30 days starting January 19 in order to do major airfield improvements. The runway closure will have a slight impact on Mueller – aircraft will have to use the west runway which will result in a temporary increase in traffic over Mueller and other neighborhoods. My co-worker Stephen Dick, who runs our noise and flight track monitoring program, is notifying neighborhood associations of this temporary traffic increase. He will be speaking at the Mueller Neighborhood Association meeting this Saturday, 1/17. If you are unable to attend the meeting, but have questions or concerns about the closure impacts or about aircraft noise in general, you can contact him at 512-530-5541. Best regards, Carrie Stefanelli Austin Bergstrom International Airport City of Austin – Department of Aviation Planning & Engineering – Environmental Section
Blanton Elementary School Dual Language information sessions
posted by Lydia Domaruk on January 12th, 2015 8:41 AM
Are you interested in having your child become bi-­‐literate and bi-cultural (Spanish-­English) while also receiving an excellent education in a wonderful public school community in the Austin Independent School District (AISD)? Then you may want to check out Blanton Elementary School - Home of the mighty Bobcats. Blanton is an AISD Dual Language Campus with a tuition supported prekindergarten program. Blanton will hold an information session for prospective parents on January 12, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Principal Alma Valdez and other school staff will provide information about the school, the Dual Language Program (DLP), and the tuition supported prekindergarten program. Also, parents of current students in Blanton's DLP will be in attendance for a short Q & A session to share their experiences and field questions. Additionally, there will be a tour of the school grounds, including two Dual Language classrooms. Refreshments will be served at the January 12th session. Come join us and find out more about AISD's hidden gem nestled in the heart of the Windsor Park neighborhood just north of the Mueller Development! Additional (more informal) school tours for interested parents will be offered on: Jan. 21 at 9:00 am Jan. 26 at 9:00 am Feb. 13 at 9:00 am Feb. 20 at 9:00 am Important 2015 AISD Deadlines: Transfer application deadline: January 30th, http://www.austinisd.org/parentinformation/transfer-information Dual Language Program application deadline: February 27th, http://www.austinisd.org/academics/ell/duallanguage/enroll There are many ways to contact us for additional information: Blanton’s address and phone number: 5408 Westminster Drive, Austin, TX 78723-3454 and (512) 414-2026. Blanton’s Principal: Ms. Alma Valdez alma.valdez@austinisd.org Blanton’s PTA President: Ms. Alicia Maxwell aliciadmax@gmail.com To find out more about what has been going on at Blanton this year, visit our: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BlantonBobcatsPTA Website: http://blantonelementary.com/
Do you know Mueller?
posted by danx111 on January 9th, 2015 12:10 PM
All Mueller residents (owners & renters) are obligated to adhere to the Mueller Covenants: muelleraustin.com/uploads/plan/Ex%20X.pdf" rel="nofollow">http://www.muelleraustin.com/uploads/plan/Ex%20X.pdf which addresses various aspects of the neighborhood. Did you know that all of the parks in the Mueller neighborhood are privately owned by the neighborhood and are open to the public? This is one of many unique aspects of Mueller that was specified by the City of Austin when it created the Mueller development from the city-owned Robert Mueller Airport property.
Garage Apt Needed - 2/7/15'ish
posted by Carrie Marchak on December 16th, 2014 12:09 PM
Hi Neighbors, I have a client that is interested in renting an apartment starting 2/7/15. She has a 50 lb dog and would like to be in or around the Mueller neighborhood. Budget is around $1,000/mo. PM me if you know of a place that might be a good fit. Thanks!!
Mueller Neighborhood Association is accepting nominations for the Steering Committee
posted by shellrose on December 11th, 2014 1:05 PM
Mueller Neighborhood Association is accepting nominations for the Steering Committee! (copied from Nextdoor post from Kathy Sokolic) The Mueller Neighborhood Association (MNA) is accepting nominations for residents to serve on the 2015 Steering Committee. The steering committee has 13 members and helps to build neighborhood relations and community. Members are elected for one-year terms and may be re-elected, but they may serve no more than three consecutive terms. They must be Mueller residents and MNA members in good standing to serve. Residents may nominate themselves or someone else. To nominate someone for election to the Steering Committee, please email Shellie Shores (shellrose100@gmail.com) or Bill Kirwan (bill.kirwin@gmail.com) by January 9 for your nominee’s name to be on the printed ballot. Nominees will be asked to submit a short ‘statement of interest’ that will be published on Nextdoor and other neighborhood media. Nominations may also be made from the floor during the meeting, but those nominees will not have the benefit of advance publicity, including their statement of interest. This year’s election will take place at the MNA annual meeting Saturday, January 17th at 10am at a location to be announced. In order to vote you must be a resident and MNA member for at least two weeks prior to the election (by January 3). However, residents who paid MNA 2014 dues are eligible to vote upon paying 2015 dues at the meeting. Membership is available to any resident 18 years of age or older, and the fee is $5 per year. You may mail in the attached form, give it to a current Steering Committee member or bring it to the meeting on the 17th. You can also join online at muellerneighborhood.org" rel="nofollow">http://www.muellerneighborhood.org. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the roles of Steering Committee members or the MNA!
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