Greenbelt Guardians Workday Scheduled

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GREENBELT GUARDIAN WORK DAY
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 AT HOMEDALE TRAIL, 9 AM TO 1 PM

Greenbelt Fans,

We are getting back to work on the greenbelt! We have a lot of activities planned for this upcoming work day at Homedale Trail. There will also be several other activities up and down the greenbelt trail to celebrate this National Public Lands Day.

We will be making small repairs and improvements from the entry to the kiosk, and also repairing some of the trail edging along the switchback trail. As always, we will be working on invasives management – we will have a crew of Texas Corps members to work alongside us, doing the sawing and herbicide treatment – and we will need plenty of folks to organize the slash to be hauled off of the site. We have a special project to mortar in some stone sidewalls on both sides of the bridge crossing. And we need to remove some graffiti on the rock flats.

We’re looking forward to a very productive work day. We will start gathering at the entry to Homedale Trail, 2010 Homedale Drive, at 8:45, for sign-in and some fortifying breakfast tacos. Volunteers will choose their preferred activity and gather with their team leader for instructions. We provide all of the needed work tools. Bring your favorite work gloves, and please wear long pants and long sleeves – there is a healthy population of poison ivy.

Please RSVP to this email AND
sign up on the Austin Parks Foundation website at http://austinparks.org/multi-project-list.html?eventid=684&linkid=229&action=selectproject
Looking forward to having some productive fun on the trail !

Glee
Glee Ingram
Greenbelt Guardians Coordinator
(512) 441-3278

http://greenbeltguardians.org

 

ACL Festival Neighborhood Information

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Neighbors,

ACL Fest is scheduled for October 4-6 and 11-13 this year at Zilker Park. Below you’ll find the road closure and traffic control maps. Not everyone is on the listserve and if you could help direct fellow neighbors to the information it would be most appreciated.

ACL does have dedicated patrol stationed in the area during the festival (the number below doesn’t get activated until right before the event). It does take you to Command Central which can dispatch fairly quickly. Additionally 911 is always available depending on your situation.

Command Central: 646-432-0753 (Note new number)

Below is a quick summary.

SCHEDULED CLOSURES

ZILKER PARK GREAT LAWN
Sept. 23 – Oct. 26 closed to the public Oct. 18 festival load out ends
Oct. 21 – 25 park maintenance

STRATFORD DRIVE at Nature Center Dr & Barton Springs Rd Sept. 25 & 26 7am – 10pm daily
Oct. 4 12:01am – Oct. 7 3am
Oct. 11 12:01am – Oct. 14 3am

BARTON SPRINGS ROAD at Robert E. Lee & Rollingwood Dr Oct. 4 12:01am – Oct. 7 3am
Oct. 11 12:01am – Oct. 14 3am
ROADS REOPEN OCT. 7-10

During this time, a portion of the areas in and surrounding Zilker Park will be accessible to the public including Barton Springs, Rugby Field and the Botanical Gardens and Austin Nature and Science Center.

PARKING

Due to the increase in restricted parking areas, appropriate signage will be installed earlier, as well as allowing for time for corrections prior to the event commencing.

These signs are valid upon installation. Please adhere to the signage. The restricted parking area signage will stay UP between weekends. They remain valid during this time period.

NEIGHBORHOOD INFO

Neighborhood Call-In Line — 646-432-0753
Noise Complaints — Call the neighborhood call-in line, or 311.
Festival Questions —

Sincerely yours,

Melissa

Melissa Hawthorne
President, Barton Hills Neighborhood Association
P.O. Box 41206
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 560-0044

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Come to our General Meeting July 23

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Friends and Neighbors:

Don’t forget that Tuesday night, July 23 is our neighborhood membership meeting. This is always a great time to get together, enjoy some great food, visit with folks, and keep up with issues that impact our quality of life.

Dinner and social hour is from 6PM to 7PM We start serving promptly at 6PM. The menu includes a wonderful selection of pizzas, pastas, salads and desserts from Rockin’ Tomato. You’ll want to make sure you come early because it’s first come, first served. You don’t want to get left out. Everything is so tasty, we often run out. When it’s all gone, it’s definitely gone.

BARTON HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
MEMBERSHIP MEETING
July 23rd, 2013
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall

6:00 Social hour, pizza, salad and pasta from Rockin Tomato, $7.
7:00 Call to order
7:05 Brief announcements
7:10 Approval of the April 30th, 2013 meeting minutes
7:12 Treasurer’s report – Kerry Price
7:20 Committee reports:
• Neighborhood Watch – Booth O’Quinn
• Greenbelt Guardians – Glee Ingram
• Membership Outreach Committee –
• Area Development – Peter Hess
• Emergency Preparedness – Susan Donaldson
• Austin Neighborhoods Council Report – Tom Nuckols
• Barton Hills Community Park – Kathleen Schneeman

8:00 – Helicopter – Temporary and Permanent
8:30 –Other business brought to the floor by membership.
9:00 – Adjourn

We’ll be looking for you.

Sunny Luther
Membership Outreach

 
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