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Mueller Streets: Death Row for Trees
posted by bpkramer on August 26th, 2011 2:31 PM
I want to ditto Eagertomove's comments about the trees on the Meritage side of the 1900 block of Antone. The only one that appears to be thriving is in front of the former model home - is it the same species as ours?We too have tried different kinds of treatments and protections for our tree and still, it's limping along. When we look across the street, we have wondered if a) we were given a bad batch of trees b) the preparation of the soil was different or c) the type of tree was different. We named our tree "Dolores" which may not have been good for her self-esteem.
Time Warner, bit of a rant
posted by Rod on May 18th, 2011 1:53 PM
eagertomove, thanks!
LED Streetlamps
posted by LeComte on December 19th, 2008 2:19 PM
I'm also with you guys, especially with the park lighting. We could use more of that. I really enjoy being able to go on late night walks and feeling safer in the light. Plus, the higher levels of lighting can definitely help with neighborhood watches. We need to get that going too.I certainly wouldn't shed too many tears if stadium lighting were installed [:lol:]
LED Streetlamps
posted by Chris on December 19th, 2008 11:12 AM
I agree with eagertomove. I appreciate the current level of street lighting. (And some of the park areas could use a little more light for those who need to walk their dogs (and see to scoop) after sundown.)
Re: Storm Repairs
posted by eagertomove on May 21st, 2008 9:05 PM
Our insurance adjustor arrived on Wednesday and found the need to replace the 30 year comp roof., 2 sets of french doors, pieces of siding, rain gutters all around, and painting on one side. We had replaced 9 windows and he found 2 more cracked ones. He reported that this storm has done some unususal damage including destruction of roof jacks around plumbing pipes that had been pierced by the hail and Hardiplank that was pierced by the hail. He does adjusting across all of the south and said that Hardiplank nearly always makes it through a hail storm. The places in found were in locations that we could not see ourselves.eagertomove
Re: Cabling Issues
posted by bpkramer on February 7th, 2008 5:14 PM
[/quote] We went with TWC because of the good price; I spoke with AT&T and though I too am excited about the prospect of fiber optic service they didn't have any kind of price breaks for us, their first-ever fiber optic residential community. Perhaps they'll offer something different this spring.
Cabling Issues
posted by RSims on February 6th, 2008 10:40 PM
We just moved in last weekend, and both the Time Warner guy and the ATT guy mentioned some difficulty in getting the line from the box over to the house. It took them a little longer than expected, but both of them were successful after a few hours. Something else worth mentioning to new folks trying to decide on programming providers: We went w/ TW for cable, but the ATT guy mentioned that we have a direct fiber line to our houses. Once UVerse is available, they'll offer IPTV through this pipe. I haven't spent any time checking this out at the ATT retail stores, but that fat pipe coming into the house could be pretty nice!
Re: Closing
posted by henningspruth on January 18th, 2008 8:01 PM
I just looked at my settlement statement, I paid the $200 HOA working capital fee but couldn't see an HOA transfer fee. Henning
Re: Work by the sidewalks
posted by henningspruth on January 9th, 2008 1:37 PM
I saw it this afternoon and was concerned about the blocked sidewalks (I plan to move in this weekend), so I asked. They are installing moisture barriers (to reduce sprinkler runoff onto the street) and plant barriers (to prevent the trees from damaging the sidewalk), which apparently had been overlooked originally. The work on the south side of Emma Long should be completed today. Henning
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posted by M1EK on January 2nd, 2008 3:33 PM
Well, I wouldn't and didn't - I live near Mueller in one of those old neighborhoods the thing was supposed to be emulating (1923 house with eclectic landscaping; cars parked out front all the time; etc). I don't like the brand of "new urbanism" being cheapened by association with HOAs, which are fundamentally against all that central Austin stands for.
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posted by GP on January 2nd, 2008 1:05 PM
The "silent majority" idea is the same rhetoric that people from Catellus were using to advance their ideas for a more rigorous HOA, when the majority of people speaking up were against it. If you look at the results from the last Catellus poll, I believe that there were either 4 or 5 times the number of people opposing the idea of an HOA than supporting it (I think there were approx. 100 respondents to this question). I would like to believe that Catellus' poll represents an accurate sample of those moving to Mueller, and that there is no silent majority or minority. Just my $.02, Grant
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