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Bring your family and join your neighbors and friends to celebrate our first annual kick-off Fiesta party! Fiesta Dominion will be held in the Pecan Grove, located between the 8th Green and the 9th Tee on the golf course. Please feel free to arrive in your golf cart for easy parking.  The festivities will include: • Chela's Food Truck serving the best tacos in town (Credit cards and cash accepted)  • Feel free to bring your own adult beverages to enjoy  • Beverages, compliments of the Dominion Country Club • Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Bounce Slides and a Face Painter • Live Music by The Krayolas 


The "Apron Society" is a group of Dominion neighbors who have volunteered to help fellow Dominion residents when facing some of life's more difficult challenges. When you or one of your neighbors are in need of a ride to the doctor, a shoulder, a friend, a prayer, a meal or just a smile, we are here to help you!  If you are in need of our support, call or email us at or 210-621-5745.  We'll face your challenge together.   We also have plenty of room for new volunteers to join our ranks!  This is a great way to meet other 'big hearted' volunteers that just want to make life a little easier for some of our Dominion neighbors/friends in need!  We meet as a group every quarter to socialize and get to know other volunteers.  If you would like to be part of this wonderful group, please call or email, 210-621-5745 or   DAAG IN ACTION An important contribution that the Dominion Animal Advocates Group (DAAG) made to the community over the past year was removing a number of feral kittens from the streets and placing Copyright © 2014 Peel, Inc.


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them into loving inside homes. Because the kittens were identified while they were young enough to be socialized, they were saved from difficult lives as feral cats and the neighborhood has fewer cats. One female cat can have three litters of 5 kittens per year. Cats can begin breeding as early as 4-6 months. DAAG's goal is to have no kittens born to feral mothers in our community by ensuring that feral cats are neutered.     Cats that have been neutered and vaccinated have a quarter inch tip removed from their left ear. Please report sightings of feral kittens and cats that have not been ear tipped to DAAG at(210) 854-8055 or (210) 744-1200. 


1.   BE SURE YOUR PET WEARS AN ID TAG WITH YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION!   2.   Sign up for the HOA's Lost/Found Pet Notification Email Network. 3.   If your pet is lost, contact Security and the HOA immediately. Provide a recent photograph of your pet. 4.   Be aware of predator dangers to cats and small dogs (hawks, coyotes, bobcats, and the occasional mountain lion). 5.   Keep cats inside from actual sunset (before dusk) to one hour after sunrise (dawn and dusk are prime hunting times for groundbased predators). 6.   When caring for outside-only cats, pick up all food by dusk.    For more information, contact: Dominion Animal Advocates Group Louan Ledoux 210-854-8055 Susan Shaked 210-744-1200 Dominion HOA 210-698-1232

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THE OUTLOOK IMPORTANT NUMBERS EMERGENCY NUMBERS EMERGENCY................................................................911

Fire....................................................................................... 911 Ambulance........................................................................... 911 Police Dept – Non-Emergency.............................210-207-7273 Fire Dept – Non-Emergency................................210-207-7744


Chief of Security..................................................210-268-9932 Main Gate................................ 210-698-2997 or 210-698-2998 North Gate...........................................................210-698-7812 South Gate............................... 210-698-5323 or 210-698-0041


City Customer Service..........................................210-207-6400 Solid Waste (Trash)..............................................210-207-6428


Cedar Elm Postal Office.......................................210-641-0248


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The streets of The Dominion are owned by The Dominion Homeowners Association (HOA) and are subject to the rules and regulations of the HOA. The streets must be accessible for emergency response vehicles as well as service vehicles, delivery vehicles, and passenger vehicles. Additionally, as there are no off-street sidewalks in the Dominion, the streets must accommodate pedestrians and bicyclists in a safe manner. A recent street survey has revealed that numerous property owners have allowed their shrubs and trees to grow over the concrete curbs and out into the streets of the Dominion in a manner that impedes emergency response vehicles. as well as pedestrian and bicyclists as well as from safely walking or riding adjacent to the curb. An ordinance of The City of San Antonio has addressed this safety situation by specifying the minimum clearance of property owner's shrubs and trees that grow out over the streets. To better maintain this issue within our community and prevent the issue form increasing in severity, the following policy is effective within The Dominion. MAJOR ARTERIAL STREETS The major arterial streets in the Dominion (Dominion Drive, Brenthurst Lane, and Ambassador Lane) have significant vehicular traffic but also have significant pedestrian and bicycle traffic.   Since these streets have no off-street sidewalks, the safest location for pedestrian and bicycle traffic is immediately adjacent to the curb on each side of the street. Therefore, all property owners with property facing these streets shall maintain their property's shrubs and trees in a manner that: • Shrubs do not extend pass the back of the concrete curb; and • There is an unobstructed clear area on both sides of the street (no shrubs or tree limbs) that extends at least 6 feet from the curb and has a vertical clearance from the roadway of at least 10 feet; and • For the remainder of the width of the street, no tree limbs shall be within 14 feet of the street.  ALL OTHER STREETS For all other streets in the Dominion, the property owners shall maintain their property's shrubs and trees in a manner that: • Shrubs do not extend pass the back of the concrete curb; and • Shrubs and tree limbs will not obstruct the safe passage of emergency response vehicles as well service vehicles, delivery vehicles, and passenger vehicles.   Additionally, since there are no off-street sidewalks on these streets, these streets must also safely accommodate pedestrians and bicycles. And, • Where there are medians in the roadways, shrubs and trees shall not extend into the street in any manner than impedes the safe passage of high profile vehicles. And, • The center of these streets shall have a "vehicle lane for high profile vehicles" unobstructed of shrubs and tree limbs at least 15 feet wide and with a minimum 14 foot vertical clearance from the street. (Continued on Page 3) Copyright © 2014 Peel, Inc.

THE OUTLOOK (Continued from Page 2) Please be aware of trees on your property bordering Dominion Roads and be proactive in maintaining above mentioned community regulations. We appreciate your efforts in meeting our standards of community safety. Sincerely,  Rob McDaniel, General Manager  On behalf of The Dominion Homeowners Association's Board of Directors

SOUTH GATE CLOSURE Effective April 1, 2014, the South traffic/security gate on Tejas Trail and Brenthurst Lane will be closing to ALL traffic at night from 10pm until 6am.This closing is due to the low usage during these hours and will allow Security to better utilize resources. All traffic must use the Main or North gates during these hours. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.  


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Be on the lookout for construction to begin along IH-10 in the next few months from Ralph Fair Road to Dominion Drive, with the first phase being projected to take place along Ralph Fair Road to Boerne Stage Road. See TXDOT link below for more information.

TRAFFIC STUDY UPDATE  The traffic study was completed for the areas surrounding Boerne Stage road and recommendations will be submitted to the City and various other entities for their consideration. A brief presentation of the traffic study and related road projects will be made at the annual meeting for those residents interested in the subject matter.  EMBREY PARTNERS BREAKS GROUND ON LEON


With the promise to "do something special here," San AntonioMake sure when entering venders into the quickpass system that based Embrey Partners has broken ground on a 15-acre, 320-unit, you schedule the entry begin time correctly, as vendors who arrive multi-family community as part of a larger, mixed-use development before the time in which you have scheduled on quickpass will not that will front Interstate Highway 10 between Leon Creek and show up as a resisted guest until the time you entered. historic Leon Springs, Texas. The development is a joint effort of SECURITY Embrey, New York City-based Case Pomeroy Properties and San Our Security staff is here to serve the residents. Please alert your Antonio-based Leon Creek, Ltd. guests and vendors, drivers must have valid drivers license and all Designed as an upscale, eclectic, pedestrian-friendly environment, passengers must have proper Identification cards. Please excuse the the community will pay tribute to both local history and the Old slight delay that may be experienced in guest/ vendor lanes, as this is Spanish Trail that once made its way across the front of the property an effect of the increased emphasis on security in an effort to better through the late 1800s. First occupancy is scheduled for February serve our residents. 2015. "We've worked with other landowners to create a place with GOLF COURSE improved access that offers the ability to drive into the area and Please be reminded no walking,  biking or walking pets on golf safely walk around; read the signage commemorating the historic course is permitted. Thank you. nature of the area; visit the Aue homestead, old depot and hotel and THE DOMINION HOA ANNUAL MEETING really get a sense of the historical significance of the area," said Jeff The Dominion HOA Annual meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Booth, Embrey's senior managing partner on the project. Against April 22, 2014 at 7:00 pm. a backdrop of stunning hill country views, residents will also have NEW RESIDENT SOCIAL walkable access to retail and popular local restaurants like Rudy's The Dominion Homeowners Association will host a Cocktail Party and The Grill. for new residents at the Dominion Country Club! The east side of the development backs up to Leon Creek and Please save the date for Thursday, April 10th, 2014. will overlook homes in the Dominion, one of San Antonio's most We hope you will be able to join us to meet your new neighbors.   exclusive, Hill Country neighborhoods. "We're very excited about  Hosted by The Neighborhood Outreach Committee  developing it in a way that will reflect the quality and timeless architectural appeal the Dominion is known for," added Booth.  ANNOUNCEMENT Plans call for a "Texas Country French" architectural theme  The Neighborhood 5K/10K Spring Run and family walk at 8:00 with native limestone, designed by BGO Architects, Dallas. The a.m. is scheduled for April 5, 2014 starting at Duxbury Park. community will incorporate a spectacular, two-story, 6,397-square FOR OUR NEIGHBORS IN ANDALUCIA foot clubhouse with a business office, catering kitchen, dining The Neighborhood Outreach committee is looking for friendly room, fitness center and indoor golf simulator. Extensive outdoor neighbors in your area to join the committee. You would serve as a amenities will include a luxury pool with cabanas, cooking areas, a representative for Andalucia to sit in on informative neighborhood trellis-covered outdoor fireplace and green gathering spaces. "We've forums and participate in focus groups to communicate with the Dominion Board of Directors, plan community events, and assist in (Continued on Page 4) Copyright © 2014 Peel, Inc.

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THE OUTLOOK (Continued from Page 3) designed this as an executive class lifestyle experience and have made it flexible enough for empty nesters, singles and couples," added Booth. One-, two- and three-bedroom, upscale apartments will include carriage house units and townhomes and will range in size from 608 square feet to 1,409 square feet. Residents will be able to choose from three interior design finish packages featuring high quality granite countertops and custom wood cabinets, with the option for numerous upgrades typically only found in custom, single family homes. Packages will include designer hardware and lighting, stainless steel appliances and attached private garages. Two premier residential buildings - one flanking the amenity center and the other overlooking the pool area -will offer elevators -a convenience not typically found in this type of residential development. Financing for the project comes from JP Morgan.

AERATION AND COMPOST Aerating and applying compost to your lawn are excellent ways to improve its overall health. Both reduce the amount of irrigation needed by increasing the soil's ability to hold and receive water. In other words, these activities create a bigger and better soil sponge.   Although not all soils are alike, they all benefit from the addition of organic matter. Compost is completely decomposed residue of plant and animal material and mulch is the partially decomposed


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residue of plants.  Unfortunately, compost breaks down rather quickly in our climate so thin, rocky soil tends not to build up over time even with frequent additions of compost. To increase its water-holding capacity, a small amount of a similar soil may be added. To achieve maximum benefits from aeration and composting: • Spring and early fall are the best times to aerate and compost your lawn. • Multiple applications are best, or at the very least once a year. • Be generous; this is one landscape activity where more is actually better. Many landscapers are eager to assist you with both aeration and composting, or consider working with your neighbors to rent a core aerator for a day.

LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE The Landscape Committee has been working on many projects and, with spring right around the corner, you will start seeing some of the work commence.   We continue to update our irrigation system, and that work will begin throughout the community.  Also, two islands in the Legends will be rebuilt and replanted and many of the islands along Dominion Drive will be upgraded with new plantings.  It is very important that we keep the ongoing drought (Continued on Page 6)

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(Continued from Page 4) in mind as we make plans, so the new plantings will all be drought tolerant; we also continue to try to plant with year round beauty in mind. The SAWS project by the Crescent is close to completion, so we are reviewing plans for the landscaping in front of that project.   We recently had a bus tour of the community working on identifying future needs in our efforts to keep the Dominion a beautiful place to live.


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Speed limits on inside streets within The Dominion are 20 mph unless otherwise noted. Please be reminded to decrease your speed when exiting Dominion Drive onto streets passing through Dominion neighborhoods.


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TASTE OF LOUISIANA GOLF TOURNAMENT 12 p.m. (noon) - Jambalaya Lunch 1 p.m. - Three-person Scramble • Closest to the pin competition • Men’s and Women’s Division 50/50 payout! • Golf entry fee includes evening party • All Country Club Members $85 • All Others $160 6 p.m. - Taste of Louisiana Party Poolside


Crawfish Boil, Gumbo, Brisket and all the trimmings! Complimentary Keg Beer and Cash Bar Floating Green Contest Silent Auction Live Rock ‘n’ Roll – Jokers Wild Band playing 7 – 11 p.m.

$65 per person Club Members, Dominion Residents & Guests Welcome RSVP for Golf Team or for Party only (210) 698-1146 DAAG receives $10 from each paid golf or party attendee 72-hour cancellation policy in effect 8

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Empty Nest Chance To Chase Forgotten Dreams Middle age woes are hard enough to deal with, but throw in empty nest syndrome and it is a recipe for potential depression. Psychologists at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston say not to look at it as an ending, but as the beginning of a new stage in life with more time to travel, develop new hobbies, rediscover forgotten dreams and get to know your spouse all over again. "Parents have channeled all of their energy into their children for so long they may not know what to do with their time once they leave," said Dr. James Bray, associate professor of family and community medicine at BCM. Empty nest syndrome often leads to divorce, but parents should assume that leaving your spouse will make the unhappiness go away. "Marriage takes time and energy, so make the effort to get reacquainted,” Bray said. Talk with friends to reevaluate goals and take note of some lifelong dreams you haven't had time to accomplish, said Bray. There may be more time to take dance classes, travel, exercise or go back to college to retool skills. The empty nest transition usually lasts six months to a year, depending on how well parents can adjust to their newly found freedom.

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Independent and Assisted Living Situated in the historic setting of Leon Springs, between The Dominion and Fair Oaks Ranch, The Lodge at Leon Springs is one of the Hill Country's true gems. Family-owned for eighteen years, the fourteen-acre property showcases majestic trees, a lovely spring-fed pond and is home to an array of wildlife species, including ducks, fish, deer, and turkey to name a few. The animal companions of our residents are also welcomed as part of our community and considered extended family, as well. The Lodge at Leon Springs is pleased to announce the addition of several newly-constructed one bedroom cottages, broadening independent living choices available for seniors in our community. Our spacious one and two bedroom cottages (800 & 1,500 sq ft, respectively) are each equipped with large screened patios, a fully functional kitchen as well as a laundry room with washer and dryer. Cottage residents enjoy dining options that include the delivery of three hot meals to their home(s) or joining friends and fellow residents in our assisted living home. For the comfort and convenience of our residents, The Lodge provides housekeeping, as well as facility and grounds maintenance. Activities are offered and designed to enhance quality of life and encourage new friendships.

Sit and enjoy the beauty of nature at its best and the serenity of the historic Leon Springs. While some communities require a substantial, longterm, financial commitment, The Lodge at Leon Springs takes a different approach. While we prioritize the physical and emotional well-being of seniors, we respect their financial concerns, as well. To schedule a tour of our new one bedroom cottages and our unique community, contact Steve Kitchen at 210410-3864 or

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High blood pressure, or hypertension, is sometimes called the silent killer because there are often no symptoms. That’s why keeping track of blood pressure is one of the most important things a person can do to stay healthy, said doctors at Baylor College of Medicine. Left untreated, hypertension, can cause organ damage over time, leading to heart attack, blindness, kidney failure or stroke, said Dr. Biykem Bozkurt, professor of medicine at BCM. Some factors that are associated with hypertension are diabetes, family history of hypertension, being overweight, taking in too much sodium, drinking excessive alcohol and smoking. Generally a healthy reading is 120/80, and hypertension diagnosis is made at 140/90. People considered prehypertensive generally have readings that fall between 120/80 and 140/90. Doctors always check blood pressure as part of appointments and there are also many locations where blood pressure machines are available for anyone to have their pressure checked. Bozkurt advises talking to a doctor to determine if your reading is at a healthy level rather than taking the machine's reading at face value. “For a relatively healthy person not suffering from any other illnesses, only a few lifestyle changes like diet modifications and exercise may be needed,” said Bozkurt.

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WANTED: Pet groomer needed to comb 18 month old, well mannered Sheltie five days a week.  Please contact Sylvia at (210) 363-0883 if interested.  AVAILABLE: Experienced housekeeper needed for a full time permanent position at a residence in the Dominion.   Please call (210) 363-0883 for details if interested.  FOR SALE: 3,000 Acre Hunting Ranch in Northern New Mexico. Only 6 miles from the Colorado border close to Wolf Creek. Over 30 elk permits issued with this ranch. Beautiful lodge style log home. Contact Dalia Bryan @ (432) 209-3046. FOR SALE: Large and impressive leather executive chair, great for a large office space. Selling price $200 or best offer, contact the Dominion HOA with inquires, (210) 698-1232. FOR SALE: Unique Rod Iron table with 56” glass top and four chairs with fabric seats, great for any area! Call Claudia Grillo at (210) 867-4714. FOR SALE:  4 tickets to Evita, Majestic Theater, Sunday May 4, 2014, 7:30 PM, $60 ea., Seats located Rt.C.Orch. Row F. Contact 210-698-8998/ 210-274-6551.

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One-of-a-kind masterpiece located on the golf course. Quality finishes throughout, w/a 45+ ft. long gallery, marble counters, handcrafted wood doors & floors & Italian glass, to name a few. Master bdrm & office/family room down, 2 bdrms & 2 baths, plus loft upstairs, along w/2 outdoor living areas. MLS# 1020896

San Antonio • Offered at $900,000

Timeless 5,264 sq. ft. estate home located on a corner lot adorned w/brick pavers, stone walls & mature trees. A grand staircase greets you, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the pool, outdoor living & lush landscaping. 5 bdrms, 4.5 bath. Recently updated w/the latest appliances & finishes. MLS# 1021561



THE DOMINION San Antonio • Offered at $549,900

Custom Italian / Spanish architectured home w/open floor plan, lots of light & high ceilings, timeless details, custom built-ins, spacious kitchen & luxurious master suite & bath. 2 bdrms & game room located upstairs. Outdoor living w/private, lowmainteance yard & plenty of space for a yard. MLS# 1014118

San Antonio • Offered at $550,000

Architectural charm throughout this custom home with spacious living, situated on 1/2 acre lot. Floor-to-ceiling windows, wood floors, updated kit. & appliances, granite, spacious master suite, 2 fireplaces, separate dining, gorgeous private backyard w/ pool. Side entry 3 car garage & long driveway. MLS# 1011226

lots available for sale: 139 Westcourt Lane - MLS# 895897 - $129,000 | 19 Highgate Drive - MLS# 932358 - SOLD 38 Royal Heights - MLS# 946142 -


The Outlook - April 2014

$350,000 | 40 Devon Wood - MLS# 970982 - SOLD

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The Dominion - April 2014  
The Dominion - April 2014  

April 2014 edition of The Outlook for The Dominion