everyone who came out to our District 10 Community Meeting on
Monday. I was so pleased with SAPD's participation and the
audience's applause for our neighborhood SAFFE officers.
We heard from
Chief of Police William McManus on department policy and public
perception, and both he and Assistant Chief of Police Anthony
Trevino answered questions from the audience. After the meeting
concluded, our SAFFE officers stayed behind to talk one-on-one with
neighbors and address their concerns. The new police contract has
been approved by police union members (70% approval), and is
expected to come before City Council early September.
We also heard
from our city-wide and District 10 National Night Out coordinators
on why National Night Out is so important. Last year, San Antonio
came second in the nation for city-wide National Night Out events,
and we aim to take first place this year. If your neighborhood has
not yet registered as participating in National Night Out, now is
the time. We've included a list of currently registered District 10
neighborhoods in this newsletter, as well as contact information
for our District 10 coordinator. If your neighborhood would like to
request our office to stop by, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
as soon as possible.
I'm pleased to
announce that District 10's own Bud Little has been nominated to be
inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame. Bud's famous voice
could be heard on local talk radio station WOAI; he retired after
38 years in 2010. Since then, he has been an active District 10
resident, participating in neighborhood organizations and the
revitalization efforts along Perrin Beitel and Nacogdoches. We
congratulate Bud, and thank him and his wife Faye for continuing to
be a voice for the community.
As a reminder,
next month's Northeast Neighborhood Alliance will be on September
19th, 7PM, at the Northeast Senior Center (instead of the Tool
Yard). As with every September NNA meeting, it will be a potluck
Thank you for
staying actively involved in our community and for your strong
support of District 10.
Road South Project Update
Maltsberger Road Bridge Closure
closure began June 6, 2016.
week's forecast of rain has the chance of delaying the opening
on August 21st.
following institutions have been notified of this development
and have working traffic plans in place:
Hearts Northern Oaks School
Oaks Elementary School
All work is subject to favorable
weather conditions. If you have questions about the project, please
Joey Doctor |
Capital Projects Officer
Control of Your Summer Bills
Notice your water bill is higher
than usual? This may be why: This year's rainy spring
resulted in green lawns, but recent dry weather means customers may
be using more water in irrigation systems to keep it green.
Higher summer water bills are an
annual occurrence, but SAWS is seeing many bills with high water use
this year. So it's worth another reminder that SAWS charges more per
gallon as water use increases.
This year, SAWS started using an
eight-tier pricing structure to encourage water conservation. The
structure allows customers to save money quickly with small
reductions to water use but it also means that those who use large
amounts of water will see higher per-gallon costs, causing bills to
An in-ground irrigation system,
which can use more than 3,000 gallons each time it runs, is one of
the major culprits. And systems not properly programmed or maintained
can use a lot more.
A free irrigation checkup may help
reduce your bill. SAWS conservation technicians can visit your
home by appointment to help you save water. Call 704-SAVE (704-7283)
for an appointment or more information.
Still have questions about your
bill? Email our Key Accounts team at email@example.com. Be sure to include the name on
the account and your service address.
can expect to see new stickers placed on recycling carts in the
coming months. The sticker is a reminder to residents that they
should not place diapers in the blue cart and
that violators will receive a $25 fine.
With Summer drawing to a close, now
is the perfect time to prepare for your future travel! The Office of
the City Clerk invites U.S. Citizens to apply for their Passport with
minimal wait time and no appointment necessary.
Citizens can apply for a U.S.
Passport and have their Passport Photo taken at the Municipal
Archives & Records Facility located at 719 S. Santa Rosa, San
Antonio, TX 78204. The Municipal Archives & Records Facility is
ADA Accessible and offers Free Parking. As an added benefit, the Facility
is located next to the Vital Records Office should individuals
require a certified copy of their Long Form Birth Certificate.
The U.S. Department of State requires a completed DS-11 Application,
proof of U.S. Citizenship (such as U.S. Birth Certificate, Certificate
of Naturalization/Citizenship), Valid Identification, and one
Passport Photo. The U.S. Department of State also requires a check or
money order for their fees.
For more information on Passport
Services please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (210)
207-7253. Should you decide to attend our Saturday Passport/Vital
Record Day to apply for a Passport or Birth Certificate you can
simply show up on Saturday, October 22, 2016. We ask that you call
(210) 207-4214 to ensure an approximate appointment hour.
and open to the public!
The Historic Homeowner Fair (HHF)
brings together owners of aging and historic homes with local
professionals, services, products, and solutions. In addition to an
Exhibitor Hall, the HHF also offers educational sessions and hands-on
demonstrations throughout the day which cover a wide array of topics.
New to 2016, you can choose between
four tracks to find the sessions that matter most to you! Just look
for the special icons on the schedule:
Club, for Do-It-Yourselfers
& Sense, economics of preservation
discover and celebrate our history
for a green lifestyle
This year, we are excited to
welcome keynote speaker Brent Hull, Owner & President of Hull
Historical. Brent is a nationally recognized authority on historic
design, architecturally correct moldings and millwork. Other
more information, visit the OHP website here.
Events at District 10 Libraries
Library at Oakwell (4134 Harry Wurzbach, 78209)
Saturday, August 20
10:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Join the Tobin Writers' Group for a day of writing. Authors of all
ages, genres, and writing categories are encouraged to bring a
laptop, tablet or pen and paper.
information or additional events, visit the library website.
Night Out - District 10 Registration Update
is the most recent list of neighborhoods registered with the City for
National Night Out. If you do not see your neighborhood or
organization listed, please contact Jo Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, click
the National Night Out logo to be redirected to the SAPD/NNO
- Aviation Place Apartments
- Country Hollow Countryside
- El Dorado
- Friends of Comanche Lookout
- Hamilton CC
- Hills of Park North
- MacArthur Park
- Missionary Baptist Church of SA
- Northeast Senior Center
- Northern Hills (Winding Hill, Hilton Head,
- Royal Ridge
- Stone Ridge
- Summit at Bulverde Creek
- Tres Ritos
- Turkey Point
Power Plant Demolition
CPS has begun the final phase of
the Tuttle Power Plant demolition project. From July-December 2016,
neighbors of the Tuttle Power Plant can expect to hear some noise and
construction traffic at the entrance along Perrin Beitel. Please
note: no explosives are being used to demolish the plant, and
dust-suppression measures are in place.
To address traffic concerns, CPS
has shared the following:
contractor vehicles carrying personnel will enter/exit through
the North Gate at 9911 Perrin Beitel Rd.
demolition traffic will exit by making a right turn only onto
Perrin Beitel Rd.
trucks will be scheduled so that high traffic times are not
delivery of heavy equipment, flagmen wearing high-visibility
vests and TxDOT approved flags will be used to assist trucks
entering and exiting the property.
CPS has also established a hotline
that provides weekly updates on the project. You can call (210)
353-3366, or email email@example.com.
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