Just a note to let everyone know that we addressed the issue with pay pal and we are accepting payments through our website.
Thanks for your patience while we took care of this.
They also help parks, nature reserves and similar sites with lighting management plans and provide eco-friendly lighting options for free or at substantially discounted prices.
Quarterly Homeowners’ Meeting
WOODCREEK PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
Saturday, August 20, 2016, 10:00 A.M.
Wimberley, Texas 78676
Call to Order (Sweeton) Pledge of Allegiance to Flag
Announcements, Public Comments (3 minutes Max per person), Questions, Comments may be moved all or part to end of session.
Approval of Agenda
Discussion and possible action to approve minutes from April 30, 2016. (Redus)
1. President Report (Sweeton)
2. Discussion about Dark Skies Initiative (Redus)
3. Committee Reports
a. Road Committee (Scudder)
b. Treasurer Report ( Ray)
c. ACC Committee ( Jones)
d. Parks Committee ( Jones)
e. Newsletter (Baumgarten)
4. Public Comments & Questions if moved from beginning.
5. Executive Session: ACC Complaints, General Business .
6. Summary of Executive Session.
7. Actions to be taken if any from executive session
Greg Gibson has had his hands in every aspect of Wimberley Valley Radio, including building it. Whether covering high school sports or community news, the station’s focus is providing neighbors with important information. On “Giving Back,” one radio station’s goal of keeping its residents in the know.
Some months ago I undertook a project to convince Time Warner to bring cable to Woodcreek North and Wimberley Springs. The project was successful in that the Time Warner executive structure approved Woodcreek North as a construction project and we are currently in what they refer to as the “construction phase”. We were originally programmed for construction to start very roughly in the summer, Aug-Sept. It could be a little later. Once construction starts the project is expected to take 12 months to complete. Again, approximately. We are hoping that service will be available at the end of next year, in late 2017 or early 2018. While this may seem a long time, keep in mind that it is a lot quicker than “never” which was the original planned start of construction.
Recently Time Warner was brought out by Charter Communications. TWC does not actually exist anymore. Some people have been asking me if this changes anything.
Here is what my Charter Communications/TWC contact told me recently.
“The only changes will be to the branding and the core products, such as better prices, higher speeds, better equipment, and of course it will all be called ‘Spectrum’ and not Time Warner Cable.”
“The merger has not changed our plans for Woodcreek as far as I know.”
Also another WPOA Board Member has seen TWC trucks working on the infrastructure down the sides of our subdivision and one of the workmen on site stated that he was working on installing Cable TV lines. So this is also visible evidence of progress on this project and the Property Owners Association will continue to do everything possible to make this a reality for our residents.
Wimberley has been dodging oak wilt for many years, but it’s an epidemic in the Hill Country,” says Eric Beckers of the Texas Forest Service. “Many surrounding areas have been devastated by oak wilt, which kills trees that add so much to our local property values. Wherever human activity is, it tends to crop up.”
Oak Wilt is a destructive fungus spread by beetles and other insects into oaks through fresh cuts.
Here is how it works.
One cut branch on an oak tree can kill ten or twenty oak trees.
Humans are the main cause of oak wilt spread. We cut and trim the trees, opening them up to infection.
Many land-owners, and a lot of tree cutting companies, will clean their tools only before the day’s work begins. And many will do the wound painting only at the end of the day, or end of a job. Not only does that mean many cuts are usually missed, but it can also be far too late. Also beetles have been found in cuts as quickly as 10 minutes after the cut was made. The beetles can smell the sap and as soon as you make the cut they are on their way.
Oaks are a part of the beauty of our area. Lets keep them save.
The planning for the Woodcreek Property Owners Association DOG PARK is moving forward.
We would like your suggestions or comments regarding the guidelines for the Dog Park.
Because this will be a private dog park and the WPOA will have to pay for all maintenance costs, we need to have strict rules for care and conduct in the dog park.
Please read these over and feel free to send us your comments.
DOG PARK USERS PLEASE OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES
Online registration is required to use this facility. For registration go to www.woodcreekpoa.org/barkpark and fill out the registration form and waiver of liability.
By Entering this Bark Park you are agreeing to a waiver of liability to the Woodcreek North POA as the owner or person having care, custody or control of the dog, and are thereby undertaking to protect, indemnify, defend and hold the POA harmless, for any injury or damage caused by the dog during any time that the dog is in the off-leash site.
To ensure the safety and satisfaction of all participants, please adhere to the following GUIDELINES:
Failure to comply with posted rules is subject to citation, expulsion, or arrest, as well as impounding of your dog.
Call 911 for Emergency Assistance
There is a WPOA Directors Meetings coming up on Feb 17th. All of the Directors meetings are open to the public and the upcoming meeting will include discussion of a Dog Park for Woodcreek North.
If you would like to learn more about the development of a Dog Park, or even better if you would like to be involved, please feel free to come to the WPOA offices on Feb 17th and attend the meeting at 7pm.
Right now, the target is to have the dog park up and running within three months, so this a very current project for our Neighborhood.
WPOA offices are located at
106 Pleasant Valley Rd