Will Stone Oak have enough water this summer? It depends on who you ask.

Can BexarMet meet the 6000 gpm goal during peak times by the end of June.    According to BexarMet General Manager, Gil Olivares, the answer is yes.  Olivares addressed the Stone Oak Advisory Committee Wednesday afternoon to discuss BexarMet's plan to adequately supply an additional 6000 gpm to the Stone Oak area during peak usage times and accomplish this task by June 30th, a deadline set by the committee.

However, many in the audience were skeptical and wanted to hear less talk and see more results.  BexarMet Board Director, Lesley Wenger, addressed the group with less than enthusiastic optimism about meeting the deadline.  "There's no infrastructure in the ground to meet the demand by June", Wenger stated. 

Sonterra POA Annual Meeting Recap

A new fountain, street repairs in the Fairways, a Huebner Road modification and the completion of the Vistas...its all been a very productive year for the Sonterra POA Board.  The Annual Meeting of the Sonterra Property Owners Association Board of Directors met on Wednesday night at 7pm at the Club of Sonterra.   The board started its fiscal year with four major projects on the table.   The first project  was the Fairways street repairs.  After several delays over the past few months,  the board was happy to report that this project was completed this year and the streets in the Fairways look fantastic. 

REAGAN SINGERS SWEEP UIL!

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The Varsity Men's, Women's and Combined Choirs at Reagan swept UIL with ALL one's (the top rating) in both Sight-reading and Concert. Huge congratulations to all of the singers for their hard work. Many thanks to our directors, Jo Scurlock-Dillard, Mary Cowart, and Jody Noblett, and all the voice teachers who worked so diligently to prepare the students for this competition.

You'll have one last chance this school year to see our awesome Reagan Choirs at the POP SHOW on May 10th and 11th. Keep an eye on the Upcoming Events for show times.

Healthy Kid's Day at the Mays Family YMCA

Please join the Mays Family YMCA for a wonderfully healthy and informative event.  It's the National Healthy Kid's Day, April 15th from 2-4pm at the Mays Family YMCA located at 21654 Blanco Road.   Health professionals and businesses from the Stone Oak community will be sharing their expertise on a variety of health related topics and providing free screenings and giveaways.  For more information go to www.ymcasatx.org

Spring Cleaning, it's a good thing

Spring is in the air!  The cold is gone and nice warm days, ok hot days, are ahead. Time to get those big 'ol sweaters and clothes that don't fit out of the closet to make room for some nice new summer outfits!  Instead of taking those clothes to the usual places, why not help clothe some very special children with special needs?  Respite Care of San Antonio needs our help.

Respite Care of San Antonio provides services to enhance the stability and the nurturing opportunities of families caring for a loved one with a developmental disability. It is a place of "respite" for families that need full time nursing care for their child, but also just need a couple of hours to go shopping or for a much needed get away weekend. 

Flashing Traffic Signals on US 281 at Overlook Parkway

SAN ANTONIO * The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has begun flashing the new traffic signals on US 281 at Overlook Parkway to notify motorists in preparation for full activation in one week.  The traffic signals will be fully operational beginning Wednesday, March 28, 2007.  The flashing period is very important for safety reasons so that motorists traveling on US 281 can get used to seeing these signals everyday and so they can be better prepared to stop when the signals are activated. 

The $457,000 project that began November 1, 2006 was one of three locations for the placement of new traffic signals. The other locations included US 281 at Marshall Road and FM 306 (in Comal County).