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IN THIS ISSUE: Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Conservation Rainwater Harvesting Stone Oak Website Stone Oak POA Annual Meeting A Wet Winter Leads to Weeds Aplenty Prepping Tips for Spring Outdoor Projects

FEBRUARY 2014


Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Conservation District Water Conservation Audit Winter temperatures, we have, winter rains, where are you!?! During 2013, much like 2012, our average rainfall hovered around 32” District-wide. Unfortunately, most of this was received during sporadic weather events throughout the year. Case in point, we received ten inches of rain over Memorial Day weekend. While every drop is welcome, high rainfall within such a short timeframe results in much of that rain running off into our streams and rivers providing little to recharge our aquifers. Please bear this in mind as winter winds down and you begin spring planting and yard care. Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Conservation District (TGRGCD) would like to ask for your continued help in reducing demand on groundwater resources. We offer a free on-site consultation to identify problem areas that could be resulting in higher water usage to home or business owners residing within our District. Following the visit, we offer recommendations to help reduce water usage both inside and outside the home and a “goody” bag full of conservation-related items, including a hose timer, moisture meter, and low-flow showerhead. Even without an in-home audit, there are several steps we would like to encourage you to take to help conserve water. •

If you have not already done so, turn your irrigation system off for the winter and take some time to inspect your system. Check all sprinkler heads and replace any damaged heads. Reassess your irrigation schedule. Until temperatures really start warming up (May/June) you may only need to water every 2-3 weeks. This is especially true if you have shaded areas. Use a moisture meter to determine areas that may need more or less water and adjust your irrigation cycles accordingly. Keep in mind that overwatering can actually weaken your lawn’s root system. If you did not mulch those landscape beds back in the fall, now is the time! While mulching serves to protect your landscape from winter’s cold temperatures, it also reduces moisture loss from the soil which can allow you to shorten the irrigation time for these zones. Another option is to consider using drip irrigation in these areas. Consider replacing any plants you may have lost this winter, or last summer due to the drought, with our hardy, beautiful native plants, shrubs, and trees! Once established, not only will they need less water and little to no pesticides, but they can draw desirable birds, butterflies, and other pollinators to your yard.

You are welcome and encouraged to contact us at 210-6981155 if you have any questions, or to schedule a free in-home audit! To learn more about Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Conservation District, please visit us at www.trinityglenrose.com.

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Rainwater Harvesting The Stone Oak Property Owners Association is working in conjunction with the Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Conservation District, SAWS, and the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension to provide Stone Oak residential and commercial property owners with the tools and information needed to effectively engage in rainwater harvesting. In this time of heightened water conservation efforts across San Antonio, we feel we have a responsibility to our property owners to investigate all areas of conservation. Rainwater harvesting may be a new concept to some, but it has been around for centuriesdating back to the third century BC. Captured rainwater can be used for irrigation purposes, for livestock, for drinking water or for other potable uses. This process is beneficial to us since it reduces the demand on our water supply and reduces land erosion. The best part? A rainwater cachement system can save you money! Systems can be very simple or very complex. You can have a rain barrel to capture water off your back porch, while a neighboring commercial property might have a roof capturing system that utilizes roof run-off or even A/C condensation. The goal of this collaboration is to gather ideas and information to pass along to you, and to assist you in determining the potential benefits of your capturing rainwater including the rebates and grants that may be available to you. Please continue to watch for further information both in this newsletter, and on our new website, www. stoneoakpoa.com under the “Aesthetics Update” tab. We thank SAWS, the Trinity Glen Rose Groundwater Conservation District, and the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension for their participation in this endeavor.


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Stone Oak POA 2014 Annual Meeting The Stone Oak Property Owners Annual Meeting took place on Wednesday, January 29th at 7:00PM in the Ivy Room at Independence Hill. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Sherrill Perez, Martha Anderson, and Michelle Houriet, as well as the rest of the Independence Hill family for their fantastic hospitality. They truly helped make our meeting a success. During the meeting, new Directors were elected into service on the Stone Oak Board of Directors. We welcome the following: Representing Single Family Residential Members: • Viki Melton (Big Springs) • Ken Piland (Mesa Grande) • Joe Silman (Champions Ridge) Representing Commercial/Multi-Family Members: • North Central Baptist Hospital – Eric Schmacker – acting representative • JP Morgan Chase Bank – Heather Joshua – acting representative • RICHKA, LLC – Richard Coben – acting representative We thank these volunteers for their service to our community. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors, many will serve in additional volunteer positions on Committees within the POA. Their time and effort is greatly appreciated.

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NEIGHBORHOOD REPRESENTATIVES Arrowhead Subdivision Carl Kight 210-416-4774

The Neighborhood Representative Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month in the POA office. If you do not see a representative listed for your community, and would like to become a part of this exciting Committee, please call the POA office at 4909481. These meetings last about one hour, and provide the opportunity for communities to trade valuable ideas and information. Past guest speakers have included SAWS, the City of San Antonio, and Allied Waste/Republic. Please contact our office if you would like further information.

Big Springs Viki Melton, Chair 210-416-4774 Canyons at Stone Oak No Representative Appointed Canyon Rim David Durrant 210-490-7877 Champions Ridge HOA Joe Silman 210-481-9748 Champions Springs Mary Cardenas 210-286-8095 Champions Village No Representative Appointed Crescent Oaks HOA No Representative Appointed Crescent Ridge Clifford Rath 210-497-2254 Estates at Arrowhead Denise Guillen 210-854-1946

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Mesa Grande/Echo Canyon Marnie Goldberg 210-481-0968 Mesa Verde Hal Carson 210-241-7412 Mesa Vista Juan Ludwig 210-316-3050 Mt. Arrowhead Lindsey Nunez 210-363-0478 Ridge at Stone Oak No Representative Appointed Saddle Mountain Tim Collins 210-663-3177 Seventh at Sonterra No Representative Appointed SOCOMA HOA Al Crouch 210-497-8703 Sonterra Donna Howington 210-495-1955 Springs at Stone Oak No Representative Appointed

Estates of Champions Run Stone Mountain OA Gary Stinnett Arthur Downey 210-669-2139 210-497-8873 Heights at Las Lomas Summit MAA No Representative No Representative Appointed Appointed Knights Cross Villages of Stone Oak Tim Ferry Michelle McFadden 210-421-8650 210-560-8289 Las Lomas Lisa Tkatchuk 210-481-0624

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For Sale: Pretty, dual tone (silver/grey) 1998 Lexus ES 300 with 152K miles in good working condition. Leather seats, moon roof, CD changer [in glove] premium sound. New rotors/brakes. New registration and inspection stickers. $4200 OBO. Contact 210-323-6922 for VIN and pics. 1/14

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Moving Sale: Foyer/entry area furniture. Dark brown wood hat/umbrella cabinet with mirror, a small drawer and a keyed cabinet storage area, W36”x D15”x H7’, paid $600.00 asking $300.00; Two-seat dark brown wooden bench, 18” seating height, W45”x D26”x H35”, paid $150.00 asking $75.00; Also, two black wood mid-high back bar chairs, 24” seating height, W18”x D21”x H39” each, paid $64.00 asking $35.00 each chair. Four new boxes of 8 1/2”x 11” computer paper each with 5 reams of 500 pages of paper per box, asking $12.00 each box. Call 210 2861602. 1/14

Wanted: Looking for anyone interested in playing bridge (cards) occasionally or to start a bridge club for the area. We live at The Estates at Canyon Ridge. Call Sue or Jerry at 210-3314954. 1/14 For Sale: Sony 57” Rear projection TV model KP-57WS500 in excellent condition with original manual & remote, $150 OBO. Call

For Sale: Shelves 83.5”H x 33”W x 10”D w/ 6 adjustable levels. Medium, wood finish. Closed back side. $30 OBO. Shelves 71.5” x 33” x 12.5”D w/ 5 adjustable levels. Medium, wood finish. Closed back side. $25 OBO. Call 210.481.5073. 1/14

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For Sale: Weight bench Exertec Olympic 4000. 7-way use: bench press, incline press, seated dumbell curl, military press, squat, leg extension, leg curl, w/ detachable bench. Owner’s manual included. $50 OBO. Weight set w/ bars, total 138.8 lbs. $25 OBO. Call 210.481.5073. 1/14 For Sale: 2 Sets of Barn Door Solid Wood twin Bunk Beds. 1 set light wood, 1 set dark wood, each set comes with 2 mattresses, 2 bunkie boards, 1 under the bed drawer and a 3 shelf book case. Each set also have extra frame pieces to make a 3rd twin bed. Each set is $400 (Paid $1200 + Mattress Brand new). Also have 2 twin box frames available, $25 each or you can take in place of 1 set of Bunkie boards. Please email sosullivan777@sbcglobal.net if interested. 1/14

For Sale: Piano--Baldwin Acrosonic upright; pd $3,000; Sell for $850; regularly tuned; you moveby front door; 1 step; call 210-365-3958. 2/14 For Sale: Ladies golf clubs: Complete set of Walter Hagen irons and woods, plus a golf bag, dozens of balls. $175 for all. Call 481-0467. 2/14

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Tips on Selling Your Home Dave the Realtor

Broker Associate, Keller Williams Legacy

If plans are to sell your home this year, you’ll want to start earlier rather than later. Moving can be one of life’s most stressful undertakings and falling behind schedule just adds to that stress. Even if your plans call for a move mid-summer, you should start the process now. The first step is to “lighten the load”. Every one of us is a “pack rat” to some degree. Moving is the time to re-assess your love affair with all that stuff you’ve got. I suggest setting aside a part of your home as a “staging area” for items you’ll be selling, donating or throwing away. Your garage is a great place to start. Arrange the contents in opposite corners. The “throw away” items should be nearest the door so you can feed the trash cans each collection day. The “donate corner” can be loaded into your car periodically for the trip to the collection center (don’t forget your receipt for taxes). The “selling corner” is your future garage sale corner. Once that garage is organized, continue to use it as your staging area for attic, storage shed and closet contents. Continue the process until you’ve addressed every room in your home. While reducing moving stress, you are also picking up additional benefits as you save on moving expenses with a lighter load and make money on the garage sale. Donated items represent a tax benefit at year end. As a real estate broker, I can always tell when I first walk into a home how much effort it’s going to take to get the home sold. It’s always a pleasure to see a de-cluttered home as I know my clients have a grasp on the challenge that awaits us. Buyers don’t what to see your stuff, so the less of it they see the better. A home that is substantially de-cluttered looks bigger that it is and therefore presents itself as a much better deal than a cluttered home. The payoff is a quicker sale and a higher price. How’s that for a stress relief plan. While many real estate agents pepper their name tag lines with an “alphabet soup” of so called professional designations, Brokers are THE ONLY designation that cannot be “bought” by paying a trade association fee and sitting in a class for a few days. The state of Texas issues the broker license. The educational requirements ARE TRIPLE what the average agent has at licensure. In addition, the state requires years of provable transactional experience before allowing a practitioner to sit for the exam. When you are looking for a real estate specialist with the education and experience to put you on top of a transaction, hiring a broker will almost always be your best bet. Dave Morris is a broker associate with Keller Williams Legacy Real Estate and a long standing member of the Agent Leadership Council. He can be reached at Dave@DaveTheRealtor.com.

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Stone Oak POA Board of Directors Art Downey / Chairman of the Board / adowney@ix.netcom.com Joe Silman / President / jsilman@satx.rr.com John Kiser/Vice President / john@boschkiser.com Ken Piland / Secretary / piland43@att.net Heather Joshua/Treasurer / heather.a.joshua@chase.com John Fike / Director / patfike@aol.com Viki Melton / Director / vikimelton@sbcglobal.net Eric Schmacker / Director / erschmac@baptisthealthsystem.com Evelyn Montalvan / Director / evelyn@knightscross.biz Rick Rawley / Director / rrawley@satx.rr.com Richard Coben / Director / rdcoben@hotmail.com

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STONE OAK AREA CHURCHES North Central Christian Church 1300 Evans Rd. 481-3083 www.northccc.org Church Alive 18850 Redland Rd. 490-1770 www.sachurchalive.com Church of Champions Hardy Oak Elementary School 831-1986 www.champsa.org Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints 945 Knights Cross Drive 497-0512 www.mormon.org The Church At Stone Oak 20825 Wilderness Oak (210) 499-5775 www.tcaso.org

The Church at Vineyard Hills Meeting at San Antonio Christian Schools 473-8686 www.tcyh.org

CrossBridge Community Church Located at Overlook Parkway & 281 496-0158 www.CrossBridgeCommunityChurch.com Crown of Life Lutheran Church 19291 Stone Oak Parkway 490-6886 www.crownoflifesa.org

Calvary Chapel Solid Rock 17018 Silverwood Dr 210-857-3747 www.calvarysr.org Community Bible Church 2477 N. Loop 1604 East 210-496-5096 www.communitybible.com

Cedar Hills Fellowship 236-0585 www.cedarhillsfellowship. com

Concordia Lutheran Church 16801 Huebner Rd at 1604 479-1477

The Fellowship of San Antonio 23755 Canyon Golf Road 820-8899 www.thefellowshipofsa.org

Cornerstone Church 18755 Stone Oak Parkway 490-1600

Grace Bible Chapel 18911 Redland Rd. 210-491-1351 www.gbcsa.org

Grace Community Church The Goddard School 21785 Hardy Oak 210-827-2601 Holy Trinity Catholic Church 20523 Huebner Road 497-4200 www.holytrinitysat.org

Redeemed Family Church Assembly of God Meeting at Reagan High School 210-590-2341 www.redeemedfamilychurch. com

Hope Church 545-HOPE (4673)

St. Padre Pio Catholic Church 3843 Bulverde Parkway 481-2576 www.stpadrepio.us

Northern Hills United Methodist Church 3703 North Loop 1604 East 654-0881 www.Nhumc.org

St. Thomas Episcopal Church & School 1416 North Loop 1604 East 494-3507 www.tom1604.org

Northern Oaks Church of Christ 17435 Redland Road 496-1346

Stone Oak Presbyterian Church 20024 Crescent Oaks 497-7974 www.stoneoakchurch.org

Park Hills Baptist Church 17747 San Pedro Avenue 210-494-5219 www.parkhills.org

Woodland Baptist Church 15315 Huebner 210-493-4501 www.woodlandbc.org

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Chocolate Banana Bread Makes 12 servings Ingredients: 1/2 cup pitted prunes

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Preheat the oven to 350 F. Lightly oil a one-pound loaf pan. In a small bowl, combine prunes and water. Microwave for 45 seconds and let set for 10 minutes. Puree prunes with water in a blender. In a bowl, beat together the prune puree, bananas, sugar, eggs and oil with an electric mixer until incorporated.

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In a separate bowl mix flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Add to the prune mixture and stir to combine. Fold in the dried plums and chocolate chips. Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake until a cake tester inserted into the center of the loaf comes out clean, about 50 minutes. Cool in the pan for 10 minutes. Turn the loaf out onto a wire rack and cool completely.

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788-4832

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Andrew Kadzis

12

771-4858

Aminah Francois

14

481-0084

x

x

x

Glen of Stone Oak

Samantha Collins

13

323-6101

x

x

x

The Waters

Mac Thomasson

14

454-7552

x

x

x

Highlands at Sonterra

Daniela Cesar

16

772-4439 393-7966

x

x

x

Mt. ArrowHead

Sydney Scott

16

214-995-5973

x

x

Springs of Stone Oak

4 yrs of experience in babysitting

Mt. Arrowhead

Complete lawn care/resods/mulch. Reliable/experienced. Tutoring K-8

x

Summit

x

x

The Hills of Stone Oak

x

x

Stone Mountain

x

x

Tutoring 1-6 Grade, Sports

Stone Mountain

x

Aid for the Elderly, light cleaning, cooking, etc.

CPR/First Aid Certified, Bilingual

Dane Bumgardner

17

378-3431

Selden Ford

17

602-7178

x

x

x

Oaks at Sonterra

CPR certified, experienced in dog walking and babysitting

Ashley Ricciardelli

12

520-1366

x

x

x

Saddle Mountain

CPR and first aid certified

Emily Garrett

17

232-7169

x

x

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Los Lomas

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Name

Age

Phone

Babysit

Lawn Care

Petsit/ Walk

House / Plant Care

Subdivision

Other

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Big Springs

CPR and first aid certified

The Glen

Speaks English & Spanish

Niah Easley

13

288-2891

x

x

Omar Leal

13

683-2578

x

x

Kenneth Garrett

15

241-9291

Timothy Watson

15

495-6629

Ashlyn Gill

15

273-0405

Camden Barnes

14

210-392-4409

Aaron Dunham

13

705-3647

Nicole Alatorre

14

846-6338

Carlos Barrera

16

845-9420

Jorge Barrera

13

845-9420

Adriana Carner

14

861-6114

x

Andy Wang

16

225-252-7223

x

Samantha Vickers

17

509-290-8469

x

Brooke Dippo

17

210-496-6768

x x

x

x

Los Lomas

x

Midlands of Sonterra

Mature, responsible, able to work in all Stone Oak areas.

Mesa Verde

Tutoring (all subjects) grades 1st-6th. CPR and first aid certified. Experienced with kids of all ages. Good rates on lawn mowing & edging. 3 years pet sitting exp. Social Studies totor.

x x

x

x

Mesa Grande

x

x

Champion Springs

x

x

Villages at Stone Oak

Speaks English and Spanish, homework helper.

x

x

x

Springs at Stone Oak

CPR and first aid certified, Speaks English & Spanish. Good rates on lawn mowing & edging, Mature, responsible, able to work in all Stone Oak areas.

x

x

x

Springs at Stone Oak

Good rates on lawn mowing and edging, responsible, able to work in all Stone Oak areas, speaks English & Spanish.

x

x

Oaks at Sonterra

CPR and First Aid certified/ K-6 math tutor/ 3 years experience in babysitting all ages

Mesa Grande

Tennis lessons, first aid and CPR certified.

Mesa Verde

5 years babysitting & pet sitting experience

Fairways of Sonterra

Math & Science Tutoring, middle & high school level.

x

x

Chloe Sikarskie

12

256-770-2322

x

x

x

Mesa Verde

Red Cross Certified Babysitter

Halle Hanks

15

210-501-8059

x

x

x

La Cierra at Sonterra

CPR and First Aid certified. Can work anywhere in sonterra.

Christopher Olivares

17

x

x

Knights Cross

Power washing, Tennis partner, K-8 grade tutoring, Algebra I tutoring. Mature and responsible. Top 10 percent of my class.

Jessi Heinsohn

16

210-701-6807

x

x

Echo Canyon

Colleen Konetzke

17

210-643-0966

Katie Munro

15

210-573-5538

Zach Vanlandingham

15

210-376-7527 210-835-6552

Hannah Eberiga

13

210-412-8104

x x

210-667-7316 C 210-481-3959 H

x

x

x

Woods of Sonterra x

x x x

x

Private swim lessons. Experienced with all ages and levels. CPR and First Aid certified.

Glen of Stone Oak

CPR certified

x

Mount Arrowhead

Complete experienced lawn care offered to all areas of Stone Oak

x

Stone Creek

CPR/First Aid Certified, Babysitting Certificate

Mary Margaret

12

662-587-6988

Christopher Garrett

14

210-215-4319

Stone Mountain Las Lomas

Available for others nearby also

Erika Roberts

14

914-512-1169

x

x

Village on the Glen

Great with all ages

Meredith Roberts

13

914-512-1169

x

x

Village on the Glen

Great with all ages

Sydney Ellis

13

210-239-5585

x

x

Springs at Stone Oak

Josilynn Howard

13

240-286-1847

x

x

Stone Mountain

Katie Knoell

16

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x

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Name

Age

Babysit

Phone

Evan Knoell

13

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Daisy Terrell

15

210-365-6334

x

Brayden Watson

11

512-550-0372

x

Natasha Diaz-Escobar

Lawn Care

x

210-499-1218

House / Plant Care

x

x

The Highlands

x

x

Village on the Glen

Great w/young children, CPR Certified, very responsible

x

x

Mesa Grande

Middle school tutoring, homework helper, also very great at technology.

x

x

Oaks of Sonterra

x

x

Stone Mountain

I love kids and have lots of experience with different ages starting with newborns.

Subdivision

Other

Brittany Douglas

13

210-540-9451

x

Zachary Rockhold

12

210-497-3133

x

x

x

Las Lomas

Math and science tutoring

Kayla McConnell

15

210-215-1042

x

x

x

Oaks at Sonterra

CPR and First Aid Certified. Available to any Stone Oak location.

Lindsey Howerton

11

210-620-8765

x

x

Canyon Springs

A honer roll and GT student able to tutor (all subjects) 2nd grade through 5th grade.

Travis Kanda

12

210-416-0671

x

x

x

Mesa Verde

CPR certified

Leviere Carrillo

18

210-872-2320

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Tutoring, dance lessons, great with all ages

Raegan Milligan

15

210-722-1156

x

Mt. Arrowhead

CPR and First Aid Certified. Love kids!!! Available for nearby neighborhoods also.

Alicia Morales

13

210-852-3271

x

x

Village on the Glen

2 yrs experience in babysitting. Geat with baby’s and smaller kids, and can help with homework.

Evianne Rodriguez

16

210-606-8399

x

x

Midlands at Sonterra

Tutoring English and Spanish, grades 1-8

Ethan Gifford

16

210-481-0479

x

Las Lomas

Also teaches guitar lessons, great with all ages!

Sofia Fortuno

12

210-838-4064 210-858-9027

x

x

x

Champion Springs

Tutoring, great with children, CPR certified, trained in First Aid and child care

Kyla Howard

15

817-505-9393

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Also available for nearby neighborhoods. Love all pets. Also available as a Biology tutor.

Kadey Howard

12

817-689-9593

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Love kids and pets. Very responsible. Straight A’s; Won numerous school leadership awards.

Sydney Wick

15

210-800-4481

x

Knight’s Cross

CPR & first aid certified. 2 yrs exp. Great with young children.

Sloane Wick

12

210-800-4481

x

Knight’s Cross

CPR & first aid certified. Great with young children.

Ross McRae

13

757-642-3718

Brandon Burleson

17

210-542-3047

Parisa Sharif

15

210-838-3942

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x

Elizabeth Koroscik

13

210-497-4711

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Heating and Air Conditioning Service

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658-0841

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Apple Pest Control

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Baptist Emergency Hospital

Hospital

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Bartlett Tree Experts

Tree Service

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Bellows Window Cleaning

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313-1555

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699-0818

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Cowboy Cleaners

Dry Cleaners

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Cramp Law Firm, PLLC

Legal Services

901 NE Loop 410 Ste. 800

832-8064

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Automotive Aftermarket Accessories

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DJL Ventures

Executive Suites Leasing

326 Sterling Browning Road

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Elite Landscaping

Lawn and Landscape

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573-2966

5

Excel Realty Group Dave Morris First Texan Realty Amber Lenz Gilbert

Real Estate

1102 Sonterra Blvd. Ste. 106

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Real Estate

12227 Huebner Rd. Ste. 101

542-2323

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House Cleaning

www.gabcleaning.com

481-0822

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Hill Country Dental

Family Dentistry

20770 US Hwy 281, Ste. 110

494-4455

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House Cleaning

739-4705

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Independence Hill

Retirement Living

20450 Huebner Rd.

615-4000

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789-9617

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Kid Space

Drop-in Child Care

19141 Stone Oak Pkwy.

545-7722

9

Legacy Group, Pat Acquisto

Real Estate

www.teamacquisto.com

414-9605

10

www.lucianorestaurants.com

545-1300/495-0188

11

749-9434

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Luciano

Restaurant

Metro Painting & Home Improvements Mutual of Omaha – Bernie Bilgray

Painting Services & Home Improvement Insurance, Retirement, Investment Services

Berniebilgray.com

789-6323

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Neighborhood Lawn Care

Lawn and Landscape

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481-2399

13

Pinnacle Montessori Academy

Early Learning Academy

www.pinnaclemontessori.com

494-8900

9

R&C Landscape, LLC

Landscape & Construction

15761 Tamaron Pass

695-8663

14

Stone Oak Scuba

Diver Training

202 N. Loop 1604 W. #116

267-2027

6

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Interior & Exterior Painting

845-8757

9

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Reagan High School Principal: Bill Boyd 210-356-1800 19000 Ronald Reagan San Antonio, TX 78258

Jose Lopez Middle School Principal: Barry Lanford 210-356-5000 23103 Hardy Oak Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78258

Johnson High School Principal: John Mehlbrech 210-356-0400 23203 Bulverde Rd San Antonio, TX 78258

Hardy Oak Elementary School Principal: Lola Folkes 210-407-3600 22900 Hardy Oak Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78258

Bush Middle School Principal: Gary Comalander 210-356-2900 1500 Evans Rd. San Antonio, TX 78258

Stone Oak Elementary School Principal: Kristen Ray 210-497-6200 21045 Crescent Oaks San Antonio, TX 78258

Tejeda Middle School Principal: Brenda Shelton 210-356-5600 2909 Evans Road San Antonio, TX 78258

Canyon Ridge Elementary Principal: Laura Huggins 210-407-1600 20522 Stone Oak Parkway San Antonio, TX  78258

Wilderness Oak Elementary School Principal: Jane Jensen 210-407-9200 21019 Wilderness Oak San Antonio, Texas  78258 LasLomas Elementary School Principal: Alan Rochkus 210-356-7000 20303 Hardy Oak Blvd. San Antonio, Tx 78258 Vineyard Ranch Elementary School 210-356-7200 16818 Huebner Rd. San Antonio, TX 78258

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A Wet Winter Leads to Weeds Aplenty By Brad Weir

Cool temperatures and winter precipitation make picture-perfect growing conditions for cool-season weeds. Just add water!

moist shady places. • Henbit (Lamium aplexicaule) – Henbit forms spreading piles of pink and purple mint flowers in flowerbeds and lawns. It makes for nice arrangements, which may be a good thing since it dominates turfgrass this time of year.

If your sprinklers have been running all winter, your weeds have had a huge head start while your grass has been sleeping. Here are a few of the most noticeable beneficiaries of your winter water bill:

• Sow thistle (Sonchus oleraceus) – Deep roots and clawlike leaves can make sow thistle hard to pull up. Luckily, it’s edible. If your sprinklers have been running all winter, you may have a bumper crop.

• Beggar ticks (Torilis arvensis) – Hedge parsley looks innocent enough when its tiny white flowers are in bloom (like now), but beware. By the time those seeds mature in May, they’ll be coated in tiny burs that entangle shoelaces, socks, pants and pets.

Remember, SAWS always recommends turning your sprinklers off, or at most, running them manually between November and March. This not only helps keep away weeds, it also can lower your monthly sewer bill, too. Your sewer rate is based on your average household consumption in winter – when your sprinklers are (or should be) off!

• Bedstraw (Galium sp.) – Whether you call it cleavers, catchall, or Velcro plant, the name describes the scratchy hooks that cover the leaves, stems and seeds. Bedstraw forms climbing, sticky piles of smothering mass in

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Prepping Tips for Spring Outdoor Projects (BPT) - Soon, winter will be winding down and homeowners will start planning - and prepping for - a variety of outdoor projects for spring. From cleaning, repairing or replacing decks, to creating raised beds for veggies and flowers, now is the time to start gearing up for those spring projects.

As gardening grows in popularity, you might consider adding raised planting beds to your landscaping. Raised beds not only make caring for and harvesting your garden easier - no bending required - they can also function as a decorative enhancement to your outdoor environment.

Cleaning Up Start with spring cleaning existing structures. Take a weekend to clean decks, gazebos and pergolas of dirt, debris, mold and mildew.

The material you choose will influence the longevity, beauty and enjoyment of your structure, so carefully consider your options before deciding. Whatever project you’re dreaming of this spring from building a new deck, pergola, or planting beds to refurbishing an existing outdoor structure or playset - careful planning, cleaning, maintenance and the right materials can ensure your project adds value and beauty to your home environment.

Sweep winter debris such as twigs and leaves from decks, taking care to clean between planks on horizontal surfaces. This facilitates airflow and drainage, and can help prevent a buildup of moisture when spring showers arrive. Next, use a garden sprayer to apply a-mild oxygen bleach solution to kill mold and mildew. Be sure to leave the bleach solution on the wood surface for approximately 30 minutes, and then rinse with water. Never use a pressure washer as it can damage the wood.

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Maintenance and Repair Carefully inspect outdoor structures for wear and tear. All outdoor structures require annual care, including those made of pressure-treated lumber or composites. Check planks, beams and boards for cracking, warping or rough spots and repair accordingly. Replace damaged wood, and be sure to examine hardware to ensure it’s working properly and free of rust.

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