If so, please send an e-mail to Lauren Sides to make a request to post on
our Facebook page!
Dear District 10 Residents,
I hope you all had a wonderful
Easter holiday and are enjoying Spring. Fiesta officially kicks off
today and lasts two full weeks. Feel free to view all of the Fiesta
Early voting is right around the
corner and your voice matters. It starts Monday, April 27th and lasts
until Tuesday, May 5th. Be sure to learn about all of the ballot
propositions and Charter amendments. You will find 2 propositions
related to continuing our linear creeks and protecting the Edwards
Aquifer. Four Charter amendments will be on the ballot regarding
your right to vote on future lightrail/streetcar projects, Council
pay, filling the vacancy for the Mayor and administrative cleanup
of the City Charter.
For more information regarding
these measures please click here. You
may also find your ballot by entering your address on this website. Early
voting sites will be held throughout the City, the closest sites for
District 10 residents are at the following libraries: Julia
Yates Semmes (15060 Judson Rd.), Tobin at Oakwell (4134 Harry
Wurzbach), and Brookhollow (530 Heimer Rd.).
As always, please don't hesitate to
email or call the District 10 office if you have any questions or
comments about any of these issues.
Councilman Mike Gallagher
League offers Reduced Adoption Fees during Fiesta!
Celebrate Earth Day, Saturday April
18,9 am – 2 pm, Woodlawn Lake
This event by the City of San Antonio and
Earth Day Committee was created to share and educate the community about value
and respect for our planet.There will
be entertainment, vegetarian food and drinks, and vendors who are giving away
free items. For example,CPS Energy will give away 1000 trees and
our own Cyndi Levesque will be giving away tree seedlings and assorted
seeds.All vendors are required to give
away at least 500 items and it’s all free to the public.
There will be
entertainment and a free and secure on-site document shredding service from
9 to 12.Bring documents, hard drives,
DVDs for shredding.Remove staples and
fasteners. No binders, hard-back books or PCs.
There will be a raffle for 30 bikes--you
most be present to win.
Parking is limited, so come early and stay the day.
A SPARK park is now open at Serna Elementary, the
third in NEISD. The park features two covered playgrounds, a
football/soccer field, basketball court, disc golf and bleachers. It will
be open during the week after school at 6:30 p.m. until sunset and from sun up
to sunset on weekends. It is closed while school is in session or when
used for school purposes. See the following web site for more information
and pictures of the event on March 19, 2015: http://www.neisd.net/ComRel/News/Serna_opens_SPARK_15.htm
Please join us on Monday, April 13 for the
District 10 Community Meeting! Interim Chief Anthony Trevino
will join us to give an update on SAPD initiatives. In addition, Dr.
Charles Cotrell, Chair of the Charter Review Commission, will provide
a presentation on the ballot propositions and charter amendments that
will be on the May 9th ballot.