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Grad school babysitter
posted by mark rangel on November 28th, 2013 9:27 AM
Anita, We are looking for a babysitter for the some nights during the holidays. If you have time my wife and I would like to have you ever house me. Phone number is 512-826-4767. Text to let me know when you're available and we can get together thanks. Happy Thanksgiving, Mark Rangel
Taco Takedown
posted by mark rangel on April 9th, 2013 9:43 PM
Muellerites, La Súper Máquina (Me) is going to be raising dollars for Open Doors Preschools by doing something I was literally born to do...eat tacos. So please support me by giving what you can and/or come root me on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Threadgill’s South. The event is called Spring Jamboree “Magic of Open Door” , it starts 10:30 am and goes to1:30 pm. At noon is when the Taco Takedown begins. Open Door Preschools is a valued community resource with deep roots in Austin for nearly 40 years. We are a leader in early childhood education community and are committed to bringing together children of diverse needs and backgrounds to learn, play, grow, and thrive together. We serve all kids, including those with special needs and families who can’t afford tuition. Each year, we serve over 300 children and their families with three nonprofit preschools. The Taco Takedown will take place at the Children’s Jamboree, a free, family friendly, and fun event that is open to the whole community. There is a children’s concert, games, food and drinks. Donate at: http://www.crowdrise.com/LaSperMquina Thanks for your support, Mark Rangel
adding solar panels
posted by Mark Rangel on June 3rd, 2011 8:20 AM
My name is Mark Rangel, I'm the GM of Texas Solar and also live in the Mueller, 2700 Tom Miller. If you want to come check out my system and talk numbers I would love to entertain you. One quick add to the last comment, is that most companies float the Austin Energy and the Pecan Rebate. The Fed tax credit you will apply for on your income taxes. My email is mark@txspc.com">mark@txspc.com and cell 512.826.4767.
Texas Solar-unprofessional
posted by danx111 on May 13th, 2011 2:40 PM
Hi, Lorrie, TX Solar manager is a Mueller resident - I'll bet he'd like to hear from you Mark Rangel GM/ME Texas Solar Power Company 866-459-9494 (O) 512-451-5934 (F) 512-826-4767 (M) mark@txspc.com">mark@txspc.com
Texas Solar Power offer - Row homes?
posted by Shanda Sansing on July 21st, 2009 12:12 PM
Hi Ezra, Bullcreek, Siebrise and others, As you've already noted, POA managed row homes are very different than regular residential projects. First of all, it would have to be submitted to Austin Energy as a commercial project. Some pro's: opportunity for a larger system (commercial cap is bigger); POA owns system so gets accelerated depreciation on equipment purchase. One con (at least): would need to be a group decision. Idea: Does the POA meet regularly? Could have our general manager, Mark Rangel (who is also in charge of commercial projects) give a presentation to the board and interested homeowners - review the financial/environmental impacts/benefits, ask questions, generally flesh it out. If that sounds interesting, contact Mark at MARKTXSPC.COM Shanda, Texas Solar Power Company shanda@txspc.com 459-9494 PS I am trying to delicately walk the line between responding to requests for information and advertising. I wouldn't want regular "sales" posts on my neighborhood listserve (Windsor Park) and I'm sure y'all don't want that either. I sincerely apologize if this conversation annoys any Muellerites. Very definitely not the goal...
Aaron IS moving to Mueller, PT 9
posted by aaron on November 5th, 2007 8:51 PM
The ducks have appeared. I dont know if they were introduced by the Mueller creators or if some duck flock (duck flock sounds so strangely like curse words) in the sky was flying around looking to migrate and saw Lake Pond as the ideal place to call home. Ive named the two ponds Lake Pond and South Pond, Lake Pond because its the pond in Lake Park and South Pond because its the pond on the south side and I can pronounce both of those names, unlike some of the street names. Its nice to see coming together with the mature trees and the amphitheater walkway taking shape. I cant wait for some cool 4th of July spectacle where I can sit on the block steps on the side of Lake Pond whilst listening to some overture and seeing the Mueller mass firework show. Before I get my rockets red glare, it will be great to picnic at Lake Pond and feed the ducks all the soon to be moldy bread I can get my hands on. Im glad they didnt get swans as those things are mean. Ducks are quite friendly, unless its . Our house is progressing nicely. 10 of the 12 garden court lots have at least had some framing started. Our house currently has most of the siding up as well as, windows, overhangs and trusses. We dont however have a roof, unless its just one big sunroof. One nice surprise to me is the amount of sunlight the downstairs is getting with houses up on both sides. I figured with seven feet of space between houses and overhangs on the front and back, that darkness would rule the downstairs, but the Muskin Company has done a fantastic job in opening up what they could in allowing sunshine to permeate into our abode. The courtyard itself is full of building supplies and an endless amount of wayward nails. We have to go over the rules when we visit the house with genetic carrier number 1 as this playground will surely get us to take an impromptu tour visit to the Dell Childrens hospital one day. A couple new things I learned about the garden court are that the court itself will be gated and fenced. The gate will be unlocked so people can visit, which is good, but should keep the youths from bounding into traffic which is better. The other thing I learned is that they put a metal drain gate square in the middle towards one end of the courtyard. I suppose its necessary for codes and to keep the grass nice, but this will surely interfere with my planned mud derby as well as put a few band-aides and/or stitches into some skins. I would have rather preferred a . The Mueller block party was a huge success I thought. The builders that were required to be there looked bored as the future Muellopians were busy meeting and greeting their future neighbors. Tate-Austin, Catellus Mueller marketing arm, did a fantastic job of setting up the tables in the form of streets and plots and getting photos of us to place on the plots. The interns were great in entertaining the little tikes so the parentals could go socialize a bit. Unfortunately, the interns drew the line at changing diapers. I got to meet my 7th out of 12 member of the garden court and somehow missed an 8th. Not only that, but I met several internet board posters and now am able to put faces onto some login monikers. So far, I like everyone. Of course, Im sure the fuddy-duddies didnt show up, so my sample population might somewhat be a skewed, but honestly, everyone seems extremely nice, extremely excited, and extremely ready to move in. I heard the first move in date for the first folks is November 28th. I guess well all have to cram over Emma Long street for Thanksgiving weekend. Now bear with me here as I completely change the subject that will hopefully make this blog post come together. Back in the day, the Aztecs had a serpent bird deity called Quetzalcoatl. On the other side of the world, the Chinese had, Huang Long, a dragon that gave an emperor the knowledge of writing. The early Slavs had Zmey Gorynych. Buddha converted Apalala, a water dragon, into Buddhism. Even Beowulf met his demise to an unnamed dragon. ( ). All these civilizations had in some form, a dragon, despite the fact that most of them never knew that the other civilizations existed. You can easily surmise that, gee, maybe dragons really did exist. Or maybe the obvious answer is that despite that the first dinosaur bones being discovered happened in 1677 (Megalosaurus, Oxford, England) and the second in 1822 (Iguanodon, Sussex, England), that maybe all these old civilizations saw the result of 160 million years of dinosaur remains and that the best they could come up with was dragons, which was truly amazing that the old Aztecs could correctly place the bird-dinosaur link well ahead of the recently accepted theory that predicates amongst todays scientists. The early mammal Muelleriopans probably built the first Mueller house out of triceratops beak and tyrannosaurus tail on the corner of Emma Og and Oo Mmmr street because I suppose the earth was littered with dinosaur remains. Lets tie this together now. With the people Ive already met and the people I met at the Mueller block party, I was impressed with how everyone gets along. Now, the easy answer might be that we are just lucky that only great people applied and bought into Mueller, but with the amount of type A people who are making the beginning stages of Mueller an awesome place, I cant help but think that maybe the people who got into phase 1 were the people who have been waiting years for this community to appear and are putting in extra effort rather than just a normal subdivision. I have the feeling that even though we all didnt know each other existed, were gathering and are going to turn phase 1 into a blueprint that other phases and in fact, our own will be a successful model of new urbanism. Im feeling a bit mathy-sciency, so I think its time for roof project next time. Maybe my idea for a might not make it through the advisory commission.
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