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Overview of approved changes to the Stone Oak Property Owners Association By-laws

 
Previous By-law
The initial member Board of Directors is to be elected at the first annual meeting of the SOPOA following the termination of the Project Planning Committee.  
 
New By-law

Reagan pair debuts new album

Avenue AM

 

Free Petland puppy enjoying new home

Linda and David Murray with their Petland Puppy

Christmas came a few days early for Linda and David Murray, winners of StoneOakInfo’s recent contest for a free puppy from Petland at Sonterra.  The mother and son were awarded the 18-week-old cocker spaniel on Saturday, Dec. 22, and are quickly adjusting to their new addition to the family.
 

Ronald Rittimann named Johnson athletic coach

Coach Ron Rittiman, new Johnson HS Athletic Coordinator

December 20, 2007– This afternoon, the North East ISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring of the Band Director and Athletic Coordinator for Claudia Taylor “Lady Bird” Johnson High School. Alan Sharps will lead the Johnson band, and Ronald Rittimann will coach the Johnson Jaguars.
 

More people drawn to church at Christmas

Churches draw in families

 
 Christmas has a magnetic pull drawing people not only closer to their credit card limit, but towards loved ones, family traditions and the Christian faith. Area churches are once again preparing for an onslaught of visitors at their Christmas Eve services, with many expecting to double their normal attendance records.
 

Tick-tock. Time to mail presents almost up

 By mid-afternoon on Monday, the line within the Sigma Road post office was wrapped along two walls and appeared so daunting some customers took one look at it and decided to come back another time.
 

StoneOakInfo mixer a family affair

Santa visits Volare Pizza

 
Offering a needed reprieve from the Christmas shopping frenzy, business owners within the Creek in Stone Oak plaza held a relaxing open house on Sunday, offering free gift bags, tours of their facilities and a little holiday cheer.
 

Drive-thru nativities the latest trend

Drive-Thru Nativity Scene at Concordia Lutheran Church

 Since the first drive-thru window opened for business roughly 60 years ago, motorists have reveled in the ability to buy a Big Mac or a cup of coffee without leaving the comforts of their car. Over time, the “on-the-go” service has surfaced at pharmacies, liquor stores, the bank, the post office, a few wedding chapels in Vegas and, most recently, churches. More and more drive-thru nativities are popping up throughout the country every Christmas and some local churches are going along for the ride.
 

Retail development raises traffic concerns

Stone Oak representatives have hired a consultant to analyze what impact the future retail center northwest of Hwy 281 and Evans Road will have on area traffic. Already under construction, the nearly 50-acre Stone Ridge Market will house the largest H.E.B. Plus store in San Antonio, along with a Sports Authority, Circuit City, PetsMart and other retailers.
 

TXDOT gets earful at toll project hearing

 Although the purpose of Monday’s hearing was to receive public input on a proposed transfer of nearly 8 miles of U.S. Hwy 281 to the Regional Mobility Authority, many residents used the availability of an open mic to again vent their frustration with the Texas Department of Transportation.