Walk to End Alzheimer’s In Austin Texas

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

I was at the 2014 walk to end Alzheimer’s planning meeting.  The walk this year will be at Camp Maybry.  What a great location for the walk.  The date has been moved to October 12th.   I look forward to an amazing day earning funds to end Alzheimer’s.    

Area Agency on Aging Presentation at Provident Crossings

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Dec 10th, 2013, the Austin Senior Resource Alliance hosted a presentation made by the Area Agency on Aging at the senior living community, Provident Crossings.  Close to 40 professionals who specialize in working with seniors in the Austin area attended the talk.  Jennifer Scott, the Director of Aging Services answered questioned asked by the moderator […]

Lions Club Delivers Meals To Lakeway Area Residents

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Meals on Wheels is a large nonprofit group that assists those in need in the Austin area by delivering food to home-bound residents.  The group’s efforts are so popular, and they don’t have the data to support the need in Lakeway, that they are currently not able to service the Lakeway area. Consequently, several Lakeway […]

Cedar Park Senior Citizens Learn How to Navigate Late-In-Life Transitions

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Cedar Park Senior Citizens Learn How to Navigate Late-In-Life Transitions 5 Step System Helps Senior Citizens & Families with Downsizing & Moving Cedar Park, TX: As the population ages, more and more senior citizens and their caregiver families are faced with the challenges of “downsizing”: usually a move for the elder from the traditional family […]

Lakeway MUD- HMMMM what do you think?

Friday, January 18th, 2013

News Obituaries Schools Sports Viewpoints News LMUD, Lakeway takeover tensions resurface Thursday, January 17, 2013 | Devin Monk War wounds reopened at Lakeway Municipal Utility District’s board meeting Jan. 9 meeting as directors discussed a land tract that has served as a battleground between the district and the City of Lakeway in on-and-off-again feuds. At […]

Short term rental Regulations to be discussed at City Council

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

WOW- How will this impact you???? City Council to Discuss Adopting New Short Term Rental Regulations At their regular meeting on July 18th, the City Council will discuss the possibility of adopting regulations that would require property owners to obtain a license for the short term rental of residential property (less than four weeks). These […]

‘Error’ will delay property tax rates

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

See my blog post for my personal experience on fighting my property taxes at TCAD. *** More than 15 percent still protestingrates AUSTIN (KXAN) – Due to a “clerical error,” more than 140 jurisdictions in Travis County will have some major headaches, and possibly some upset taxpayers, as they must now wait to set their […]

Austin home sales hit highest level in a year

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

By Claudia GrisalesAMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Tuesday, July 21, 2009 Austin-area sales of existing homes hit the highest level in a year last month, according to figures Monday from the Austin Board of Realtors. Last month, 2,135 single-family homes were sold in the area, down 4 percent from a year earlier. That was the smallest decline since […]

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Tuesday, June 12th, 2007

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