Monthly Archives: September 2011

Large brush collection and other tree news

The city will pick up large brush and limbs next week. Have items at the curb by 6:30 a.m. Oct. 3 (though pickup might take a few days), and observe these city rules: Stack unbound brush no more than 4 … Continue reading

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October 2011 police forum and National Night Out

The next Police Commander’s Forum for Region III will be 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, at 812 Springdale Road. Come meet Officer Ray Lopez, our neighborhood’s district representative, and learn about recent crime statistics and policing strategies. For … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Labor Day fires

The hottest summer on record, an exceptional drought and dry winds have combined to create dangerous conditions and a high risk for wildfire in Central Texas. By the end of the past week, fires had killed two people and destroyed … Continue reading

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Concrete work wrapping up

After a few weeks of peace and quiet, construction crews returned last week and this week to replace two more driveway aprons in Burleson Heights and dozens of feet of curbs. A third location on Catalina also had old concrete … Continue reading

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