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In This Issue: Stone Oak Park & Ride Opening Soon Important Note Regarding Signage Note From Your Stone Oak SAPD New Classen-Steubing Ranch Park The Hills at Sonterra Easter Party Safety Awareness Tip: Suspicious Package

APRIL 2018


New Stone Oak Park & Ride Expected to Open May 2018 VIA has long looked for ways to serve the ever-growing U.S. Highway 281-Loop 1604 area. That vision is coming to fruition with the final phases on construction of the new Stone Oak Park & Ride nearing completion. The new transit facility, located on the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 281 and Stone Oak Parkway, initially will serve two new bus routes: Route 7 Express to downtown and Route 503 service to the South Texas Medical Center. The state-of-the-art facility features a four-deck garage with 400 parking spaces and elevator access, an indoor waiting area for passengers, access to free 4G LTE Wi-Fi, and a staffed full-service information center to assist VIA customers with ticket sales, bus route information and other services. VIA Park & Ride and Vanpool riders also will be able to utilize the free parking spaces at the facility. The newest Park & Ride facility will eventually have direct access lanes connecting the upper level of the garage to future U.S. Highway 281 managed lanes being developed by the Texas Department of Transportation. Look for the opening of the Stone Oak Park & Ride in May 2018.

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From your SAPD & Bexar County Constables:

Suspicious Package Safety An Important Note Regarding Signage Within Stone Oak Please remember, ALL SIGNAGE placed within Stone Oak boundaries is required to be submitted to the Stone Oak POA Architectural Review Committee for review and approval prior to placement. Any unapproved signage is subject to removal. This applies not only to business signage, but also to any temporary signage such as banners, garage sale signage, and special event signage (such as fairs, camps, fundraisers, etc.) A copy of the Stone Oak Sign Policy can be found on our website, www.StoneOakPOA.com. In addition, the City of San Antonio requires all signs now display a City of San Antonio sign permit sticker. This is not just for garage sale signs- it applies to any signs, including real estate signs. The City requires one permit sticker per sign. Signs without stickers are subject to removal by the City, along with hefty fines. You can read more about this new requirement at www. SanAntonio.gov/dsd. PLEASE NOTE: even if you obtain the City of San Antonio sign permit sticker, if your sign was not approved by the Stone Oak POA Architectural Review Committee prior to display, it is subject to removal in accordance with the Stone Oak Sign Policy. Any signage picked up by the POA is subject to a return fee of $15 per sign. REAL ESTATE AGENTS: for your open house, Stone Oak permits you to display ONE open house sign outside the subdivision. It may ONLY be placed next to the neighborhood monument, and ONLY during the hours of the event. Your one open house sign does not require submittal to the POA office. (But remember, the City of San Antonio will require you to have a permit sticker displayed on the sign.) No other signage is permitted on the exterior of the community, and surrounding major thoroughfares- that includes directional signs, balloons, pinwheels, flags, music, lights, human signage, etc. Any signage placed in major thoroughfare medians poses damage to drip irrigation, and will be discarded. Signage within the neighborhood should be placed at the discretion of the neighborhood HOA policies. Please help us help you and your associates- share this information with others in your office. A map detailing Stone Oak POA boundaries can be found on our website, www.StoneOakPOA.com, on the “About Us” page. Stone Oak - April 2018 - Vol 23 No 4

In light of what we saw happen to our friends in Austin and Schertz, it is good practice to remember - if you see a suspicious package, or receive a package you did not purchase, DO NOT touch it or open it. Immediately call 9-1-1. If you observe a suspicious package with noise, powder, liquids or suspicious wiring call 9-1-1. If you see something, say something. Let’s keep everyone safe! Also, check out the United States Post Office new “Informed Delivery” service. Visit www. informeddelivery.usps.com to sign up for free. Each day you will receive an email with scanned images of the addressed side of mail coming to your mailbox within the following days! You know what to watch for, and if something does not arrive, you have an image to report to the Postal Inspector. With the recent mail thefts, this is a helpful tool!

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A Note From Your Stone Oak SAPD SAFFE Officers: As temperatures increase over the next several weeks, the San Antonio Police Department would like to remind you to take the following precautions as you enjoy the spring season: •

Always keep your home’s doors and windows locked when you go to bed or leave your house, even if you are leaving for a short period.

Secure all lawn and gardening equipment in your garage or a storage shed, and keep your garage doors closed at all times (even when you’re doing work outside, and around the house).

Put all ladders and other tools back into a secure storage area after you use them.

Be aware of home improvements scams. If you did not solicit the contractor or salesman who shows up at your door unannounced, do not do business with that person.

Always remember to close your car windows, take any valuables out of your car, and lock your doors every time you exit your vehicle, even if your vehicle is parked in your driveway.

Get to know your neighbors! Let a trusted neighbor know if you are planning to travel this spring. Neighbors who know each other look out for each other.

From the District 9 Office of Councilman John Courage District 9 is starting their first ever Summer Film Series! The second Friday of each month (June 8th, July 13th, August 10th, and September 14th), bring family and friends, and come watch a movie! All screenings will be at Blossom Park, 15015 Heimer – next to Bradley Middle School - and will begin at dusk/sundown. Food trucks will be on site so you can find a great movie snack! Plus, there will be give-a-ways from the San Antonio Spurs, Papa Johns, and more! Call the District 9 field office at 210-207-0955 for more information! We hope to see you at the movies!!

Are you a HOA President? Come be a part of the District 9 HOA Presidents Council. This group meets quarterly with Councilman Courage to exchange ideas, and discuss concerns for their communities in District 9. You agreed to be HOA President because you cared about your community – now come be a part of making a difference! You can find out about other District 9 events and meetings by signing up for the District 9 newsletter at www.tiny. cc/D9email, visiting www.sanantonio.gov/Council/d9, or calling the District 9 field office at 210-207-0955.

Stone Oak Area SAPD SAFFE Officers: Officer Dennis Quinn Dennis.Quinn@SanAntonio.gov 210-207-5190 Officer Billy Ludwig Billy.Ludwig@SanAntonio.gov 210-207-5186

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The New Classen-Steubing Ranch Park On Tuesday, March 27th, a community public meeting was held at Wayside Chapel on Evans Road for park developers to hear suggestions from residents as to what they would like to see in the new park. This park will be on Hardy Oak Blvd, across from Las Lomas Elementary - between the soon-to-be Huebner Rd connection, and Sonterra Blvd. The 2017 Bond allotted funds for the park, which will consist of 204 acres. Many from the Stone Oak community attended, and provided suggestions ranging from soccer and baseball fields, splash-pad areas with picnic pavilions, to mountain bike trails, jogging paths, and environmental education opportunities. The City and developers listened closely, and took note. A community planning meeting will take place in May. Please watch the calendar on our website, www.StoneOakPOA. com, or register for our website, and receive a reminder when the meeting is scheduled. It is estimated the park will be completed and available for play in September 2021. This may seem a long time to wait, but this is your chance to be involved from the development to completion! In addition to the community meetings, you can join the Friends of the Classen-Steubing Park organization, and work with the City of San Antonio as they develop the park - contact Art Downey at adowney@ix.netcom.com. You can also call the District 9 office at 210-207-0955 to be added to their Classen-Steubing Ranch Park email list, or obtain further information.

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Donation & Dumping Day Neighborhood Garage Sales Many neighborhoods within Stone Oak boundaries have semi-annual neighborhood garage sales. As this information comes in to the POA office, we post the dates on our website calendar. Please ensure you contact our office, and submit your signage at least two weeks prior to your event! The Sign Submittal Form, along with a copy of the Stone Oak Sign Policy, can be found on the “Architectural Review Info” page of our website, www. StoneOakPOA.com.

Our Spring Donation & Dumping Day event was once again a great success! This event helps keep our greenbelts and streets free of illegal dumping and debris. Approximately 365 cars came through our parking lot to dispose of unwanted bulk waste, and donate items to charity. The City of San Antonio collected 13.79 tons of bulk material, and 5.87 tons of metal, for a total of 19.66 tons! Plus, three trucks were filled with donations for Disabled Veterans of America. The POA coordinates this semi-annual event free of charge with the City of San Antonio’s Dial-A-Trailer program. Thank you to Andrew Gutierrez and his team at the City of San Antonio Solid Waste Management Department. Thank you also to our landlord, Mike Espenson, for allowing the use of the POA parking lot, our Board members, hard-working staff, and volunteers!

Contact our office at 210-490-9481 with any questions. (Don’t forget- the City of San Antonio requires you also obtain their sign permit sticker for each displayed sign. Don’t risk removal and hefty fines!)

There will be another Donation & Dumping Day in the Fall – watch our website calendar at www.StoneOakPOA. com as it will be noted as soon as it is arranged. You can also register on the website, and a reminder will be emailed to you about a week prior to the event.

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Did you know CPS will come out to your home, do a home assessment, and change up to 25 lightbulbs for free? Or do you need a new thermostat? CPS will give you a free, programmable thermostat (a $300 value), and install it for free! Plus, there are rebates available to you when you purchase other energy efficient items for you home! You can even receive rebates with the purchase of a tree, or some outdoor non-gasoline lawn equipment, such as blowers, edgers, hedge trimmers, and more! Visit www. CPSEnergy.com to learn about home assessments and rebates that can put money back in your pocket! Hurry – some rebates are limited, or have time limitations! You may be hesitant, and think you will lose control of your thermostat. Be assured that is not true – you always have control of your thermostat. Visit their website, or call customer service at 210-353-2222 for answers to your questions, and start saving today!

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Safety Awareness Tip The Hills at Sonterra Easter Party

The young residents in The Hills at Sonterra were treated to an Easter Party complete with magician Richard Blake (Illusions by Blake) and his sidekick Olivia! Kids and parents enjoyed a one hour show, then hunted 600 eggs, took turns at the piñata and munched on Chick-fil-A nuggets, chicken wings, and macaroni and cheese … and dessert, of course! Sharon Meyer, Area Rep

Suspicious Packages

Suspicious packages come in all shapes and sizes. They could be boxes, envelopes, backpacks, bags or other items, but are usually left unattended and seem out of place. Items could also be in your mail, giving you a cause for concern if you are not expecting a delivery. Suspicious packages may contain harmful and dangerous materials so it is important to understand how to handle them with care.

Ways to Identify a Suspicious Package

• Packages misaddressed or sent to a generic title instead of to someone in your household or office. • Excessive stamp postage as opposed to metered postage. • Odd markings such as “Personal”, “Confidential” or “Do not x-ray”. • A strange odor escaping the package. • Unnecessary amounts of tape or string. • The package is rigid, bulky or beat up looking.

If You Find a Suspicious Package

• Call 911 right away and alert the people around you to leave the premise. If you are in a building, tell a security officer or building management. • Do not use a cell phone or two-way radio to call authorities because they can act as a bomb detonator. Call from a landline phone only. • Do not move the package, bump or shake it. It is best to just leave it where you found it. • If the package is small, try to cover it with a trash can but make sure the trash can is not touching the package. This will prevent whatever is in the package from spreading. • If the package is ticking, vibrating or has an odor, evacuate the area immediately. • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water if you handled the package in any way. Stay in a separate area from others as the package may contain chemical, biological or radiological materials that could be spread. • When emergency personnel arrive, be prepared to answer questions about who was around you when you noticed the package. This is important because the suspect could still be in the area. For more information, visit www.AUS.com/Tips Stone Oak - April 2018 - Vol 23 No 4

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Phone

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19

771-4858

Ashley Ricciardelli

19

520-1366

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Saddle Mountain

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Omar Leal

17

683-2578

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The Glen

Speaks English & Spanish

Aaron Dunham

17

807-0657

x

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Champion Springs

Hannah Eberiga

18

412-8104

x

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Stone Creek

CPR/First Aid Certified, Babysitting Certificate

Christopher Garrett

19

215-4319

Los Lomas

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Sydney Ellis

19

239-5585

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Josilynn Howard

19

240-286-1847

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Evan Knoell

18

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Brayden Watson

17

512-550-0372

Natasha Diaz-Escobar

17

499-1218

Brittany Douglas

19

540-9451

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Zachary Rockhold

17

497-3133

x

Lindsey Howerton

16

620-8765

Travis Kanda

17

416-0671

Alicia Morales

17

Sofia Fortuno

x

x

Other

Stone Mountain

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Springs at Stone Oak

x

Stone Mountain

x

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The Highlands

x

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Mesa Grande

x

x

Oaks of Sonterra

x

x

Stone Mountain

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

x

x

Las Lomas

Math and science tutoring

x

x

Canyon Springs

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

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Mesa Verde

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Village on the Glen

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16

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Champion Springs

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

Sloane Wick

17

800-4481

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Knight’s Cross

CPR & first aid certified. Great with young children.

Elizabeth Koroscik

18

497-4711

x

x

Champions Ridge

CPR Certified, responsible and love to help with homework. I also love kids!

Katherine Schmoldt

17

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Canyon Rim

Loves kids and pets. 6 year Girl Scout. Red Cross Babysitter Class.

Ally DeLeon

17

779-2966

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Claudia Bradley

19

997-1917

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Miranda Bradley

15

288-4443

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The Mesas

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CPR Certified, excellent with children and pets. A Honor Roll and GT student is able to tutor elementary school students. All star cheer leader loves to help children with tumble and cheer skills.

Madison Marshall

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Cameron Hejduk

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Amber Blaskowsky

17

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Madison Merritt

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19

793-0377

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Hills of Sonterra

Drives, Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certified, Babysitting Certified, Great with all ages, 6 yrs experience, Girl Scout 12 yrs.

Michael Merritt

17

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Hills of Sonterra

Red Cross and First Aid Certified, Love Kids (prefers ages 5 and up).

Abrar Mamun

16

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Village on the Glen

CPR certified. Tutors math for grades 1-5.

Paige Richmond

19

859-5834

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x

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Saddle Mountain

Experienced with special needs children. Newborn & infants. CPR certified. Drives.

Aubrey Evans

16

314-2589

x

x

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Toscana at Sonterra

Great with kids and loves animals.

Grace Guarnery

15

224-243-1191

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Loves animals and kids! Available for jobs in nearby neighborhoods. Very responsible.

Jack Guarnery

12

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x

Mesa Grande/Mesa Verde

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Anaiisa Hernandez

19

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x

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Champion Springs

Loves kids of all ages and pets. CPR certified.

Joey Crail

17

643-8819

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x

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Oaks of Sonterra

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Stephanie Carey

17

501-4115

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Isabel Mencel

16

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Declan Barnes

13

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Sarah Fortuno

14

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Alyssa Coury

14

210-833-2076

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x

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x

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17

210-439-6540

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x

Jemilly Martinez

17

210-410-3719

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x

Callie Piatz

15

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x

x

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15

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15

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14

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Champion Springs

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Champion Springs Loves animals! Has prior experience in pet sitting. Girl Scout for 6 years and honors student.

x

x

Saddle Mountain

x

x

x

Champion Springs

210-317-0719

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x

x

Summit 2

13

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x

x

Brendan Mylar

13

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x

x

Zachary Herring

18

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Spencer Herring

19

210-562-0562

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Morgan Leible

12

210-725-1335

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Lindsey Butler

17

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Luke Butler

13

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Victoria Naranjo

17

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CPR/ First Aid certified CPR certified, very responsible. Love kids & animals. Tutors K to 6th. Speaks Spanish. Love to bake cookies.

Mesa Grande

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Oaks of Sonterra

CPR/First Aid certified. Will tutor 1-6. Loves kids and animals. Student council, very responsible.

x

x

x

Meadows of Sonterra

Loves animals & children. Will watch your house while you’re away. Has a green thumb & is great with plants. CPR Certified & can drive. Tutor grades 1-5 & 9-11.

x

x

x

Meadows of Sonterra

Loves animals. Can mow lawns and has a green thumb. Will watch your house while you’re away. Tutor grades 6-8.

x

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Midlands of Sonterra

CPR certified, 3 yrs of experience taking care of kids of all ages. Available for all subdivisions and have a flexible schedule.

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FOR SALE: Unrestricted 20 acres, only 30 miles from downtown San Antonio located between Pleasanton and Poteet. This tract of land is ready for you to build a house or is set for hunting. Has a water meter in place & old hunting trailer with feeders & deer blind that will convey. The property has access to city electricity. 210-6675263 3/18 FOR SALE: Enjoyed Beige colored recliner. Comfortable and perfect for man cave or media room. Leather in good condition. Asking $150. Swede Phoenix USA Frontier Collection western jacket, crimson red with beige fringe, lined, Indian bead work in front & back. Asking $150. Call 210-497-4077. 3/18 FOR SALE: BUTCHER BLOCK $600. Original piece, solid wood and very heavy. Dimensions: H-32”; W-29.5; L-40”. Butcher block would be a great item for an outdoor patio to add that extra touch. Also has a knife rack attached. Contact 210-497-7152. Will email pictures. Other antiques items are available if interested. 4/18 FOR SALE: Oak 3 section wall unit with lower cabinet doors for storage. Mid-section upper doors protect TV/ video components. Total size = 8’ (w) x 6’ (h) x 2’ (d) Asking $585 for complete unit. Contact 210-383-1885. 4/18

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Stone Oak POA Board of Directors 19210 Huebner, Suite 100 San Antonio, TX 78258 (210) 490-9481

Stone Oak Property Owners Assn.

www.stoneoakpoa.com Meg Lorente - Stone Oak Property Manager Christina Gonzalez - Assistant Property Manager

Sonterra Property Owners Assn.

www.sonterrapoa.com Ray Jansure - Sonterra Project Manager Tonja Condor - Assistant Property Manager

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 Greg Barnes / Director / GBarnes@Broadway.Bank Jeff Graye / Director Randall Hawkins / Director / RandallHawkins@iheartmedia.com Viki Melton / Director / vikimelton@sbcglobal.net Rick Rawley / Director / rrawley@satx.rr.com Scott Sowards / Director / scott.sowards@ldschurch.org Ronni Storey / Director / RNStorey@baptisthealthsystem.com

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Please let us know about important events in your life, including photos! Next publication: May 2018 Article Deadline: May 5th Classifieds Deadline: May 5th (space available basis) Advertising Deadline: April 23rd Scheduled for monthly publication.

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NEIGHBORHOOD REPRESENTATIVES The Neighborhood Representative Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month (with the exception of December and January) at 7:00PM in the Director’s Room at the Club at Sonterra. These meetings last about one hour, and are designed to assist in communication between residential neighborhoods and the POA, while providing the opportunity for communities to ask questions, and trade valuable ideas and information. Past speakers have included SAWS, CPS, the City of San Antonio, SAPD, and Allied/Republic Waste. This group is vital to the Stone Oak community, and its members are usually the first to receive valuable information and updates from the POA. Many entities such as SAPD, CPS, and SAWS also have come to rely on them to get information out to the public quickly. If you do not see a representative listed below for your neighborhood, please consider volunteering. (A neighborhood is welcome to have two representatives and alternate attendance.) Call the POA office at 210-490-9481 for more information. Committee Chairman Viki Melton 210-416-4774

Champions Village Janna Sandridge 808-497-6072

Las Lomas Lisa Tkatchuk 210-213-3339

Seventh at Sonterra Debbie Bertram 210-257-0251

Arrowhead Subdivision Carl Kight 210-416-4774

Crescent Oaks HOA REPRESENTATIVE CURRENTLY NEEDED!

Mesa Grande/Echo Canyon Michael Goldberg 210-464-0069

SOCOMA HOA Al Crouch 210-497-8703

Big Springs Monette Fisher monettefisher@satx.rr.com

Crescent Ridge Clifford Rath 210-497-2254

Mesa Verde Luiz Orozco lorozco2001@yahoo.com

Sonterra Sharon Meyer 512-576-2980

Canyons at Stone Oak Daryl Johnson 210-481-3161

Estates at Arrowhead Tom Hill hubhilljr@gmail.com

Mesa Vista Jennifer Cone 210-288-6876

Springs at Stone Oak REPRESENTATIVE CURRENTLY NEEDED!

Canyon Rim REPRESENTATIVE CURRENTLY NEEDED!

Estates of Champions Run REPRESENTATIVE CURRENTLY NEEDED!

Mt. Arrowhead Yolanda Adams yolandaadams@hotmail.com

Stone Mountain OA Arthur Downey 210-497-8873

Champions Ridge HOA Doug Leecock 210-887-5077

Heights at Las Lomas Deidy Chapa 210-451-8642

Ridge at Stone Oak Carey Moy 210-317-8722

Summit MAA Jesse Flores 210-846-4200

Champions Springs Mary Cardenas 210-260-8686

Knights Cross Miles Castle 210-885-0392

Saddle Mountain REPRESENTATIVE CURRENTLY NEEDED!

Villages of Stone Oak Jennifer Alley cooljk@hotmail.com

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