POA News

Report your Sonterra water pressure problems to BexarMet

We have been asked by BexarMet to obtain information from our Sonterra residents regarding water pressure problems experienced in our neighborhoods.  BexarMet needs information on specific addresses where these problems have occurred on a fairly consistent basis.  If you have had a problem at your residence with either high or low pressure during peak hours (the hours of 4:00 – 9:00 a.m. or 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.), or ongoing all-the-time, please reply to Tonja Condor at TCondor@hillcountrymgmt.com 

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.