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Found Set of Keys
posted by Brandon Nicole on January 31st, 2019 7:04 AM
Those who have lost those keys must be in trouble at that time. When such situation arises call locksmith immediately.
Second Wild Mueller Audubon Bird Walk, Sunday, Jan. 8
posted by Janelle Dozier on December 28th, 2016 11:04 AM
Celebrating Wild Mueller Second Audubon Bird Walk! 9 - 11 a.m., Sunday, January 8 Mueller Demonstration Garden (near Sahm and Tom Miller Streets, about the 2500 block of Tom Miller) Once again, members of the Travis Audubon Society will bring spotting scopes and extra binoculars to share with anyone wanting to see the winter birds at Mueller. Learn about the birds' habits and habitat. Identify them by their calls. All ages are welcome. Kids had a great time last month. Here's Judith Bailey's report from last month's bird walk: "There were 19 adults and 4 very enthusiastic young boys who saw and heard 34 different species. We saw raptors, ducks and other water fowl, songbirds, and several large waders. Probably the best bird of the day was a male Belted Kingfisher. Most got good scope views of the kingfisher, the Great Blue Heron and the Great Egret." This free, public event is brought to you by the Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee. The attached photo of a Red-tailed Hawk was taken by a 10-year-old on last month's walk!
Wild Mueller: Travis Audubon Bird Walk
posted by Janelle Dozier on November 21st, 2016 9:34 AM
Wild Mueller: Bird Walk Saturday, Dec. 10. 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Demonstration Garden (Sahm & Tom Miller, about 2500 block of Tom Miller) Come birding with us in the wild spaces Mueller! Travis Audubon Society will help identify the birds and answer questions. We will have some loaner binoculars and two spotting scopes so we can get close looks at our feathered friends. All are welcome especially families with children. This free event is in collaboration with the Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee.
Winter of Birding at Mueller: Kickoff Presentation Monday, Nov. 7, 7-9 p.m.
posted by Janelle Dozier on October 27th, 2016 10:02 AM
A Winter of Birding at Mueller Monday, Nov. 7, 7-9 p.m. Wildflower Terrace Theater Corner of Berkman and Tom Miller Free and open to all Kickoff presentation for a Winter of Birding Jane Tillman of the Travis Audubon Society will present a slideshow and discuss the birds that might be seen at Mueller in the winter. She will cover four general environments: our lakes, our prairies, our urban areas, and the sky overhead. Dr. Tillman is a noted Texas bird expert who is a popular speaker. AJ Johnson, also of Travis Audubon Society, and an adviser to the Mueller P.O.A. on bird habitat, will show photos of the barn owl family that lives in our Control Tower. This presentation will be suitable for beginners and experienced birders alike. Upcoming Outdoor Birding Sessions One day every month, bird experts will be available at Mueller. They will bring spotting scopes and binoculars to assist anyone who wants to learn more about birding in winter. Winter is an excellent time to observe many bird species that enjoy Central Texas. Watch for announcements of time and date! This presentation is brought to you by your Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee, a group of volunteers committed to preserving our green open spaces in Mueller.
Monarch Migration Arrives in Mueller! Come See!
posted by Janelle Dozier on October 27th, 2016 8:26 AM
Monarch butterflies, as well as Queens, Gulf Fritillaries, Giant Swallowtails, and other butterflies and pollinators are thick in the Mueller Demonstration Garden (near Sahm and Tom Miller....look for the pollen grain sculpture). Bring your camera, as this is an amazing display. See Nancy Webber's photo taken this week attached to this post. The beds of Henry Duelberg salvia (spikes of purple flowers) and blue mistflower (powderpuff-looking pale blue flowers) are especially popular with the butterflies and pollinators. But, red Turk's cap is also attracting lots of attention. All of these plants are easy to grow in your own yard. There is also a bed of tropical milkweed in the Demonstration Garden. Although the Monarchs love tropical milkweed, it is not native to Central Texas. It will be cut back in early November, to encourage the Monarchs to continue their migration down to the Mexican highlands. Mueller will be planting native milkweed plants throughout the community as they become available from volunteer growers. The Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee selected the salvia, mistflower and milkweed to attract and help preserve butterflies and pollinators.
Transportation Committee meeting notes 18Nov2015
posted by Betsy on November 18th, 2015 4:32 PM
Transportation Committee Meeting notes18 Nov 2015- Phase 9a residential under construction (Zach Scott to Simond)- Start 9b (Simond to Philomena) - full buildout of Berkman - start next 60 days. Will also build Vaughan up to HEB- Finish Berkman late 2016- Ongoing work in Town Center continues. Roads around future theater will open in 30 days or so, but there may be intermittent closures due to adjacent building construction- Aldrich to 51st, Mueller to Philomena - finish about Spring 2016- Zach Scott extension to Manor is probably 2018 completion- Oct 2015 data compared to Dec 2013—- volumes increased from ~5000 to ~8500—- speed - <20% of people are complying with speed limit (30 mph), even on the southbound section south of Zach Scott where the roadside is fully developed.- 85% speed running about 35mph but no plans to change speed limit- Catellus not drawing final conclusions yet, still monitoring and using this data to anticipate what the needs might be in the future- Will continue working with group to see how to address issues- Northbound exhibiting more variation in the speeds, due in part perhaps to the interim conditions on the east side of Berkman- Talked about doing license plate studies to help discern origin/destination- Look at expanding use of bulbout islands (cycle track cuts through). Perhaps these could be rain gardens.- Concerns about exiting parked cars on Berkman - feels too close to traffic.- City may pilot the use of rectangular rapid flashing beacons at crosswalks - could be considered at select locations. (See http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/intersection/resources/techsum/fhwasa09009/ for more info)- Dynamic speed display signs (also collects data) - “Permanent installations” also may be piloted by the City. Idea is that the community pays fee to City and covers maintenance first two years. City maintains for years 2-3. If speeds aren’t dropping as a result of the installation, City may remove the sign. Pilot will help show whether these are effective when installed on a long-term basis.- Warrants for stop signs and signals were discussed at the Berkman meeting- Roundabouts - not off the table. Discussion about why not to do earlier? Catellus still thinks it’s premature. Girard wants to keep them on the table, but doesn’t want to preclude the possibility of rail going through it in the future. We’d lose the cycle track through the intersection if roundabouts are installed, but cyclists could merge with vehicular traffic or utilize the sidewalk - their choice.- Discussed other traffic calming tools that may be explored.- Anticipate keeping the working group in place for several years, as road evolves and conditions change.- Use of higher visibility crosswalk markings across Berkman was suggested.- Discussed whether cycle track could be extended southbound from Antone to Tom Miller? No… bike lane should be observed more after development goes in adjacent to Pecan Street office and on-street parking is utilized. The road narrows before Tom Miller and Catellus doesn’t believe there’s room for a cycle track.Aldrich roundabout - City looked at Catellus’ plans and says the money isn’t available to construct the design that was developed. They propose to make some interim improvements using striping and bumps to better channelize traffic. May allow parking along right curb on Aldrich as you enter Mueller to make the approach single lane. They’ll develop some drawings to review next meeting.Extending Lancaster bike lane - some previous opposition to getting rid of the parking. Public process would be required. Those parking spaces were counted in the number of spaces needed for the retail businesses, so Amica will talk to Nathan again to see whether removing them would even be possible. If it’s possible, suggestion to have public input process to consider removing parking and extending bike lanes.Signal going in on Barbara Jordan at Home Depot - poles up now and should be active within a few months.
Meet the sculptor! Sat., Sept. 26, Mueller Greenways Garden Tour
posted by Janelle Dozier on September 21st, 2015 3:42 PM
Chris Levack, the Austin sculptor who created the Pollen Grain and Tepee in the Mueller Demonstration Garden at Sahm and Tom Miller, will be happy to talk outdoor art with you at the Mueller Greenways Garden Tour. Chris will bring samples and photos of his work. Mueller Pioneers (the first "settlers" of Mueller) received cool clay plaques designed by Chris featuring Mueller landmarks. Garden art is beautiful in its own right. It also gives form and interest to the garden when plants are dormant. Mueller Greenways Garden Tour Saturday, Sept. 26 9 a.m. to noon A dozen nature and garden experts will answer your questions. Face-painting for kids! Free live music! Raffle prizes! Instagram photo contest! Free and open to everyone! Sponsored by your Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee
Spiders! Are they our friends?
posted by Janelle Dozier on September 13th, 2015 12:50 PM
A Texas Master Naturalist who is a spider expert will be under the Mueller Spider sculpture to answer all your questions about these crawlies who may not be as creepy as you think! Mueller Greenways Garden Tour 9 a.m. - noon Saturday, Sept. 26 Meet at the Mueller Spider sculpture, Berkman and Tom Miller Many nature and plant experts Face-painting for kids Free and open to everyone Sponsored by the Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee
Applying for a Mueller Community Garden plot? Learn more about growing herbs.
posted by Janelle Dozier on August 31st, 2015 12:08 PM
Think about herbs if you are taking a plot in the Mueller Community Garden. Many herbs will flourish in our hot, dry summers. Others will be delighted with our not-too-cold winters. A number of Mueller gardeners grow enough sweet basil, parsley, dill, sage and other herbs to supply their own cooking needs, and even to make pesto. Not only can you eat herbs, if you let some of them flower, herbs are attractive to pollinators. Bees and other pollinators are essential to a healthy garden. Visit with two noted herb specialists from the Austin Herb Society on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 9 a.m. to noon. Mueller Greenways Garden Tour 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Sept. 26 Meet at the new Mueller Orchard at Berkman and Tom Miller, across from Wildflower Terrace This event is brought to you by your Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee
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
Spraying in the Prairie: Compost tea being applied
posted by Janelle Dozier on June 11th, 2015 11:52 AM
Sustainable Growth Texas, a company that specializes in restoring degraded soils, will be spraying a type of compost tea on a section of the Mueller Prairie. They will be spraying from a truck on Tom Miller between Zach Scott and Antone. This is a NATURAL and ORGANIC product! It is not a chemical fertilizer or herbicide. It is food for soil microbes. The POA Landscape Committee is using this section of the prairie as a test to see if we should apply this technique to the rest of the prairie. The compost tea is intended to stimulate microbial life in the soil, which in turn should make nutrients more available to plants as well as increase the friability (looseness) of the soil. In addition, the variety of soil microbes increased are supposed to increase the nutrients needed by native prairie plants and be less hospitable to exotic invasive plants. After a suitable period of time (a year or more), the health of this section of the prairie will be evaluated. In addition, Sustainable Growth Texas will be injecting the pecan trees in the Southwest Greenway (Mueller Prairie) to improve their health. This is also a NATURAL and ORGANIC product. Go to sustainablegrowthtexas.com for detailed information about this approach to soil management. Janelle Dozier Mueller POA Landscape Committee
Run for Saturday,May 29th 2015, 6am
posted by henningspruth on May 29th, 2015 5:37 PM
Time to get back on the horse.The first loop (6am departure) follows Manor, MLK, Speedway and 41st Street, 6 miles with a chilled water fountain in the middle: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6622576The 2nd loop (7am departure) follows the trail to Tilley St, then Berkman, Barbara Jordan and back on the rail (4mi): http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6622586We meet at the corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.Henning
Affordable Home Tax Workshop
posted by Kathleen Malcom on May 22nd, 2015 7:18 AM
AFFORDABLE HOME owners are invited to attend an informational Tax Workshop on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 6:30PM at Wildflower Terrace on Berkman Drive at Tom Miller in Mueller. Catellus is hosting HomeBase, the Mueller Affordable Homes Program manager, and a representative of the Travis Central Appraisal District for a “how to” session for homeowners in the Mueller Affordable Homes Program who want to know how to protest their tax valuation with TCAD. As a reminder, don’t wait for the session to preserve your opportunity to protest. Homeowners with questions about their appraised or taxable value should: • Check their TCAD Notice of Appraised Value for the deadline to file a protest • File a written protest using the form on the back side of the statement by the specified deadline • Contact HomeBase, Ramon Valeriano at 512-476-8788 x115 or rvaleriano@homebasetexas.org to make him aware • Contact TCAD Representative, Paul Snyder at 512-834-9317 or psnyder@tcadcentral.org to work informally on a resolution
Do You KNow Mueller - SouthEast Greenway Hike & Bike Trail
posted by danx111 on May 12th, 2015 8:29 PM
The Southeast Greenway Hike & Bike Trail section between Berkman Dr. & Tilley St. is open. Bike racks, benches & picnic tables have been installed. Fruit & nut trees have been planted (Loring peaches, Asian pears, cork oaks, figs, kumquats, loquats, Meyer lemons, olives, pecans, persimmons, pomegranates and a variety of herbs). Habiturf, a mix of native grass species grown in Texas, has been sprayed along the trails. http://www.austintexas.gov/edims/document.cfm?id=222009 Don't forget the Mueller Greenways Garden Tour, Saturday, May 16, 9 a.m. - noon. Meet at the SW Greenway Spider Sculpture (Berkman and Tom Miller) for live music, face-painting and ice cream.
Music! Face-painting! Ice cream! Garden Experts! Saturday, May 16, 9 a.m. - noon
posted by Janelle Dozier on May 8th, 2015 10:14 AM
Meet near the Spider sculpture (Berkman and Tom Miller) for live music, face-painting and ice cream. Get a map to the Mueller Greenways Garden Tour. Find a dozen plant and wildlife experts eager to answer all your questions about what grows and what lives in our Mueller Prairie, our Native Plant Demonstration Garden and our new Mueller Orchard. Mueller Greenways Garden Tour Saturday, May 16, 9 a.m. - noon Sponsored by your Mueller P.O.A. Landscape Committee
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
Car break in with pleasant twist!
posted by Robert Giles on February 12th, 2015 11:48 AM
I saw the APD crime scene folks dusting for fingerprints yesterday morning in a neighbor's garage on Tom Miller; the same thieves probably hit several houses?
front porch package theft
posted by Jack Chen on January 26th, 2015 6:00 AM
Evelyn,The delivery company (UPS/FEDEX?) misplaced your package at my front door (my house is 2608 Tom Miller and yours is 2508). I went home pretty late that day. So, I placed the package at your front porch next day.Best,Jack
front porch package theft
posted by Evelyn Kapes on January 24th, 2015 10:06 AM
A package was stolen from my front porch on Tom Miller St. Friday some time around 10:10am . I was home but in another room so if the FED X person delivered it I did not hear the doorbell. Curiously a USPS package was delivered around the same time and I heard that doorbell ring this time and the USPS person was peeping in my window which startled me to see this face. Be alert and consider having packages go to your mailbox with what companies call smartpost which combines UPS and USPS delivery to mailboxes.
2 Large Coyotes Tonight Mowed Field Tom Miller and Threadgil
posted by David Burks on January 16th, 2015 6:45 AM
They're probably going to dine on some of those field rats that are ubiquitous in the prairie areas. I've noticed an uptick in hawks also--pigeon and rats on the menu! Mueller is evolving its own eco-system slowly and will come into a natural balance if possible. Good for you and others to keep smaller pets on a leash. Thanks for letting us know. I wish I could report fire ants!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coyote_(mythology)
2 Large Coyotes Tonight Mowed Field Tom Miller and Threadgil
posted by Laura Lund on January 15th, 2015 10:42 PM
Tonight I was walking with a neighbor and our dogs at about 10 pm and two large coyotes loped across the large mowed field at the intersection of Tom Miller and Threadgil. This is the field acorss the street from the David Weekly Garden Homes mailboxes. I reported it to 311 and I encourage you to report all sightings. I am glad that I had my dog on her leash. We thought they were just the dogs that regularly play in that field until we notied they were moving in a different manner than dogs chasing a ball. They ran from that field to the large field by the Spider Sculpture.
2 Large Coyotes Tonight Mowed Field Tom Miller and Threadgil
posted by Laura Lund on January 15th, 2015 10:42 PM
Tonight I was walking with a neighbor and our dogs at about 10 pm and two large coyotes loped across the large mowed field at the intersection of Tom Miller and Threadgil. This is the field acorss the street from the David Weekly Garden Homes mailboxes. I reported it to 311 and I encourage you to report all sightings. I am glad that I had my dog on her leash. We thought they were just the dogs that regularly play in that field until we notied they were moving in a different manner than dogs chasing a ball. They ran from that field to the large field by the Spider Sculpture.
Lost Small Black Dog
posted by Laura Lund on January 9th, 2015 7:48 PM
The was a little black dog near the intersection of Hermalinda and Tom Miller about 15 minutes ago. He (I think it is a boy) was headed West on Tom Miller. I tried to get him to come to me but he would not. He seemed scared and was l walking in a odd way with his tail between his legs. I hope he finds his warm home tonight.
Run for Saturday, December 13th, 6am
posted by henningspruth on December 11th, 2014 3:49 PM
Everybody loves Town Lake!We plan to run to Town Lake, around Town Lake and back, this is a 17.5mi route: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6495922 We meet at at the corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.
Run for Saturday, November 15th, 6:30am
posted by henningspruth on November 12th, 2014 5:02 PM
Colder weather lets us explore new parts of Austin.The suggested route for this Saturday is a 14mi trip to Barton Hills: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6481168We meet at 6:30am at the corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.Henning
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
More break-ins and car theft in Mueller (on 10/30/2014)
posted by Melissa Ward on November 5th, 2014 2:34 AM
Tonight I saw a suspicious car with a gentleman getting out and getting into my neighbors car. I called 911 and watched them drive down Tom Miller with their lights off stopping at all the cars along the way. I called 911 to report it and within minutes police cars were in the neighborhood so everyone might want to check their cars today. They came up Sahm and turned right onto Tom Miller. I couldn't get a plate number I was upstairs and it was dark where they stopped. I hope they catch them! Ugh!
Run for Saturday, November 1st, 7am
posted by henningspruth on October 31st, 2014 8:37 AM
We will go on a 10.8mi run tomorrow at , this will go by the Capitol, Shoal Creek, Harris Blvd and Hyde Park: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6473433Meeting point is the water fountain at the Zack Scott / Tom Miller intersection.
Keys found
posted by danx111 on October 22nd, 2014 8:57 PM
Set of keys - car plus misc. at Berkman and Tom Miller. IM me Dan
Free white furniture and moving boxes/paper
posted by Cathy Schneider on October 5th, 2014 2:25 PM
We have free to a good home moving boxes and paper, a 3x3 - two shelf bookshelf and a two door 2x5 cabinet. Furniture is white and of the walmart quality but clean and useful. Please pick up in the alley behind the 2000 block of Tom Miller. Also there are two adult sized sets of roller blades.
Run for Saturday, September 20th
posted by henningspruth on September 19th, 2014 8:30 AM
For this Saturday, I plan a single 10mi route starting at .The route goes to Pleasant Valley, Town Lake Trail, Capitol and back via Manor and Cherrywood: http://gmap-pedometer.com?r=6442003Usual meeting place - corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.Henning
Runs for Saturday, September 6th
posted by henningspruth on September 4th, 2014 8:28 PM
This Saturday, let's leave 30min later at .Route 1 (6:30am): Manor to 21st (with a secret water stop), back on 24th, Speedway, 38th and Wilshire (6.4mi, http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6428281)Route 2 (7:40am): On the trail and through the neighborhood (2.9mi, http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=5718686)We meet at the water fountain at the Zack Scott / Tom Miller intersection.Henning
Runs for Saturday, August 30th
posted by henningspruth on August 28th, 2014 3:16 PM
These are the suggested final runs for the last Saturday in August:The first route (6mi, 6am departure) is for coffee lovers: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6421813The 2nd route (4mi, 7:05am departure) goes through the Windsor Park neighborhood: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6421821We meet at the corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.Henning
Runs for Saturday, August 23rd
posted by henningspruth on August 21st, 2014 7:06 PM
Two routes again for this Saturday:Loop 1, 6am departure: around the Capitol and back in 6.2mi ( http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6414947 )Loop 2, 7:05am departure: on the Trail, Manor, 51st St and Mueller Blvd in 4mi ( http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6414948 )We meet at the corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.
Lost dog wondering the streets this morning
posted by Gail Davis on August 19th, 2014 6:28 AM
While walking my dog this morning around 6:00 am I saw a large German Shephard wondering around Zach Scott dragging a leash. No owner anywhere in sight. Talked to some other dog walkers who said they saw him on Tom Miller. Concerned for both owner and dog! Hope this helps them find each other!
Runs for Saturday, August 16th
posted by Larkin Tackett on August 15th, 2014 7:55 PM
First loop this weekend. Met at 6AM at Zack Scott/Tom Miller.http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=5944020
Vandalism?
posted by Mary Oxford Englander on August 15th, 2014 7:16 AM
We live on McCloskey, near Tom Miller. Hope no one else got hit.
Runs for Saturday, August 9th
posted by Larkin Tackett on August 8th, 2014 4:16 AM
Here is the first loop this weekend. Met at 6AM at Zack Scott/Tom Miller.http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=5834900
Runs for Saturday, August 2nd
posted by henningspruth on August 1st, 2014 9:33 AM
Loop 1, 6am departure: a 6mi loop to Pleasant Valley, Webberville and Ridgeway - http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6390517Loop 2, 7:00 ... 7:10am departure: a 3.9mi loop on Manor Rd, 51st St and Berkman - http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6390521Departure point is, as always, the corner of Zack Scott and Tom Miller.
Coyote Spotting
posted by Ron Garza on July 28th, 2014 7:02 AM
I too would rather not have coyotes here, nor what they normally feed on, but I spotted a black cat loose at Berkman Drive and Tom Miller at 11pm last Thursday night. A midnight snack for a coyote? Until all the wild critters are gone, the neighborhood could do without irresponsible pet owners sending them mixed signals.(Again, a reminder to carry pepper spray. It sells for less than $20 at any big box or sports store)
Coyote Spotting
posted by Laura Lund on July 27th, 2014 10:55 PM
As was predicted, the coyotes are moving further in to the neighborhood. Tonight a coyote ran from the SW Greenway, West of Berkman, across Tom Miller and through that vacant field. The coyote that snatched a dog from Wildflower Terrace was dark in color, this one was siliver grey. Also, this is much earlier than previous spotting. If this bothers you, please call 311 and request that the coyotes be trapped and relocated. If we get enought requests, there may be some action. Thanks Neighbors
Runs for Saturday, July 26th
posted by henningspruth on July 25th, 2014 8:30 AM
Larkin, I'm not joining the run this weekend, so somebody else will have to post a second loop.
Runs for Saturday, July 26th
posted by Larkin Tackett on July 25th, 2014 6:29 AM
Let's make this the first run at 6. Meet at Zach Scott/Tom Miller.http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=5834900
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