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Voice Your Concerns About Bexar Met

The Stone Oak POA sent the following email reguesting residents consider voicing their concerns about water service provided by the Bexar Metropolitan Water District:

The problems in our area which exist with BexarMet were discussed at length at a special meeting of the Stone Oak Advisory Committee on September 13, 2006.  The consensus of the Committee was that lines of communication remain open with BexarMet to try to achieve a solution to problems affecting our area, but to also make the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) fully aware of problems experienced.  A letter to TCEQ, drafted by one of our residents, was presented to the attendees as one of the hand-outs and we were asked to provide this and the other documents attached electronically for your use and dissemination to residents in your neighborhood, should you wish to do so.

You may also file a complaint by email with TCEQ by emailing them at cmplaint@tceq.state.tx.us.  Their website address is
www.tceq.state.tx.us if you'd like more information.

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Sonterra POA News


A total prohibition on landscape watering in the above areas, announced by the media, has been in effect from 8-17-2006 to 8-23-2006.
Effective Thursday August 24, 2006, irrigation with a soaker hose, hoseend sprinkler or inground irrigation system is allowed from 8:00pm to midnight on the assigned day ONLY.
These restrictions are in effect until further notice. Modify your irrigation schedule for lawns, groundcover and plants accordingly. All watering is prohibited on weekends.
As of August 24, 2006 and until further notice, all BexarMet customers (including homeowners, POAs, HOAs, builders and businesses) in the areas listed above must follow this watering schedule.
Address Ends In: Watering Day
0 or 1: Monday
2 or 3: Tuesday
4 or 5: Wednesday
6 or 7: Thursday
8 or 9: Friday
Medians/Common Areas/Entrances THURSDAYS ONLY
·    Automatic or hoseend sprinkler watering of any kind is permitted from 8:00pm to midnight under the new schedule.
·    Watering with a handheld hose or drip irrigation system is permitted at any time, but only on the scheduled watering day.
·    Washing your car at home is limited to your assigned watering day.
·    Washing impervious cover (concrete or asphalt) is always prohibited.
·    Filling new swimming pools is prohibited unless the water comes from a source other than a BexarMet system and all pools must be covered at least 25% while not in use to reduce evaporation.
·    All decorative fountains must be turned off.
VARIANCES: Until further notice, no variances for new landscapes will be issued. BexarMet strongly discourages the installation of new landscapes (especially turfgrasses) under this new schedule.
For more information on water restrictions for your area, call BexarMet Water Efficiency at (210) 3575705 or go to www.bexarmet.org. Report water waste to waterwasters@bexarmet.org.
BexarMet enforcement officers are patrolling these areas and will write citations for violations. After an initial warning, first time violators receive a $100 fine, second violations receive a $250 fine and third and subsequent violations carry a $1,000 fine.

Sonterra POA Annual Meeting Report

Let Us Not Forget...

September 11, 2001.  Five years later and we still shake our heads in disbelief.  Pearl Harbor, the Kennedy Assassination, Challenger space shuttle, 9/11, we all remember what we were doing and where we were at the precise moment we learned of these national tragedies. Our lives, as we knew it, has been forever changed.  We have taken  so much for granted. Simple things like greeting friends and family at the gate in the airport, walking through airport security with your shoes on, or taking your diet coke on the plane.   Yes, September 11, 2001 was a wake up call for our country. A shocking reality – there really are people who want to destroy this land that we love. And while we pause on this anniversary to remember the horror of that day, and how it has impacted our lives, there are those that are reminded every moment of every day. A wife wakes up, reaches for her husband and feels the cold sheets next to her.  A child yearns and cries for her mother that can not be there to comfort her, and a mother and father mourn for their child. Not just today, every day. 
On this fifth anniversary of the day the nation mourned together; let us not forget:
      • Those who died
      • Those who love those that died
      • The Firemen, Policemen, and Rescue Workers
      • Freedom and the Soldiers fighting to protect it
      • The brevity of life
      • To tell those you love, you love them
      • To live each day as if it were your last
God bless our great country.

Support the Children of Respite Care of San Antonio

Respite Care of San Antonio, Inc. was founded in 1987 to provide “time off” for families caring for a child or loved one with developmental disabilities.  Our mission – to enhance the stability and the nurturing opportunities of these families – is met through community based and emergency shelter services designed to give short-term relief to participating parents, often contributing to the prevention child abuse and of costly institutionalization.