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Hi Friends! 

Thank you for being loyal members of SRHOA.  It's time to renew your membership to keep Shannon Ridge a great place to live and protect our property values.  Dues are still only $50.  Please send your check to Shannon Ridge HOA, 873 Paddy Rd, Floresville, TX 78114.  (Some write a check for two or more years to save them the inconvenience of filling out a check each year.)  Or you can hand me your check (or cash) when you see Janelle and me picking up litter along our roads as a public service.  Your contribution will help us enforce our very reasonable restrictions to prevent our neighborhood from degenerating into what you see along the highways – junk yards, junk cars, doublewides, trailer parks, etc.  In the past decade we have resolved over 350 violations of our restrictions, but it takes money to do so. 

Thanks so much and have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 

Ken Costa
President SRHOA

Email:
shannonridgehoa@yahoo.com 

 



 

 

December 7, 2019

Dear Friends!  Here’s the latest news:

1.  Q & A: Chicken complaint. 

Q: I have been hearing roosters crowing on the northeast side of our neighborhood.  Chickens are strictly prohibited by the subdivision restrictions.  What can be done about this? 

A:  Report their address to us, and we’ll take enforcement action.

 

2.  Q&A Recycling metal.

Q: Where can I recycle aluminum cans?

A: HWY 181 Recycle Center pays cash for all kinds of metal from aluminum cans to car batteries and junk cars.  Location:  11618 S US HWY 181, San Antonio, TX 78233.  (5 miles north of Loop 1604.)  Phone:  210-633-9098.

 

3.  Q & A: Four-wheelers.  Q:  Four-wheelers and other off-road vehicles create a quite a nuisance; are they allowed? 

A:  Shannon Ridge is a restricted subdivision, not a track for off-road vehicles.  Operate them at a track outside our subdivision such as Cycle Ranch Motocross Park (wwwcycleranchmx.com), 2066 CR 405, Floresville, TX.  It is also illegal to operate any off-road vehicle on the roads.  Report violations to the sheriff's department at 830-393-2535.

4.  Traffic light at HWY 181.  For several years we have requested a traffic light at the very dangerous intersection of Shannon Ridge Dr and HWY 181.  According to Eduardo Villalon, TXDOT Traffic Engineer, the project has been delayed but hopes to begin work early next year.  If you have any questions, please contact him: Eduardo.Villalon@txdot.gov, 210-615-6308.

5.  Burn ban.  The Wilson County commissioners extended the burn ban to mid-February.

God bless, thanks so much for your support, and have a great weekend!

Ken Costa
President, SRHOA

website:
www.shannonridge.org


Previous Newsletter
November 15, 2019.
 

1.  Burn ban extended.  On November 12 the Wilson County commissioners extended the burn ban for another 90 days.  Always contact the Sheriff’s Department, 830-393-2535, for the latest restrictions on burning.  Immediately after a rain, the county often allows burning for a few hours.

 

 

2.  Road maintenance petition.  Frustrated by how our roads are maintained by the county?  We are too.  We frequently request road maintenance, but the work done doesn't meet expectations.  Alena Berlanga from our neighborhood is circulating a petition to put on the county election ballot a proposal to more effectively and efficiently manage and maintain our roads.  We posted the proposal on shannonridge.org.  Please read it and contact Alena if you have questions or if you want to sign the petition.  Her email is alenaberlanga@gmail.com; her cell phone number is 210-268-7380.

 

 

3.  Traffic light at HWY 181.  For several years we have requested a traffic light at the very dangerous intersection of Shannon Ridge Dr and HWY 181.  According to Eduardo Villalon, TXDOT Traffic Engineer, the project has been delayed but hopes to begin work in the next few months.  If you have any questions, please contact him: Eduardo.Villalon@txdot.gov, 210-615-6308.

 

 

4.  Q & A:  Off-road vehicles. 

Q:  Off-road vehicles such as 4-wheelers, dune buggies, and motorbikes create a quite a nuisance; are they allowed? 


A:
  Shannon Ridge is a restricted subdivision, not a track for off-road vehicles.  Operate them at a track outside our subdivision such as Cycle Ranch Motocross Park (wwwcycleranchmx.com), 2066 CR 405, Floresville, TX.  It is also illegal to operate any off-road vehicle on the roads.  Report violations to the sheriff's department at 830-393-2535.

 

 

 

5.  Special thanks to our law enforcement officers and firefighters who put their lives on the line every day to protect us and to their families who support them.

God bless, thanks so much for your support, and have a great holiday season!

Ken Costa, Colonel, USAF (retired)


 

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Annual dues are only $50.

Complete this form and mail it with your check, payable to Shannon Ridge HOA, to 873 Paddy Rd, Floresville, TX 78114-6533.

Or you can give me the check (or cash) and this form when you see my wife, Janelle, and me picking up trash along our roads.


 

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