The Springs At Stone Oak

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Sat Oct 19 2019
9:00 AM
Stone Oak Arbor Day Tree Give-A-Way!

Time:  9:00am-Noon (or until trees are gone)

Location:  Stone Oak POA Parking Lot, 19210 Huebner Road - near the corner of Huebner & Blanco

Due to the South Texas heat during Spring, San Antonio celebrates Arbor Day during the Fall months.

Please come join your Stone Oak Property Owners Association as they host a

STONE OAK ARBOR DAY TREE GIVE-A-WAY!

The City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department has graciously donated trees to assist Stone Oak residents with conservation and beautification of their residential landscaping.  New Earth will also be on hand with donated bags of mulch to help ensure moisture is retained around the roots of your new tree.  Don't know how to plant a tree?  No problem - experts will be on hand to give you all the information you need for your planting to be successful!

This is a wonderful family activity that benefits for years to come - hope to see you there!

 

Mon Oct 21 2019
8:00 AM
Joint Constitutional Amendment Early Voting Begins

Registered voters in Texas will vote on ten (10) proposed amendments to the State Constitution.

Early voting will be conducted October 21-November 5, with the actual election voting scheduled for November 5, 2019.  There are 35 early voting locations; voters can early vote at any of those sites.  The closest early voting sites to the Springs are the Encino Libary, 2515 E. Evans Road, and the Parman Libray @Stone Oak, 20735 Wilderness Oak.  Early voting times and other early voting locations can be viewed by clicking on HERE.

The Sample Ballot for Precinct 3052 can be viewed by clicking on HERE.

 

Fri Nov 1 2019
8:00 PM
Joint Constitutional Amendment Early Voting Ends

Registered voters in Texas will vote on ten (10) proposed amendments to the State Constitution.

Early voting will be conducted October 21-November 5, with the actual election voting scheduled for November 5, 2019.  There are 35 early voting locations; voters can early vote at any of those sites.  The closest early voting sites to the Springs are the Encino Libary, 2515 E. Evans Road, and the Parman Libray @Stone Oak, 20735 Wilderness Oak.  Early voting times and other early voting locations can be viewed by clicking on HERE.

The Sample Ballot for Precinct 3052 can be viewed by clicking on HERE.

 

Tue Nov 5 2019
7:00 AM
Joint Constitutional Amendment Election

Registered voters in Texas will vote on ten (10) proposed amendments to the State Constitution.

Voting site locations are To Be Announced.

The Sample Ballot for Precinct 3052 can be viewed by clicking on HERE.

ExpressVote inaugurated by Bexar County Elections Department with this election.  See info by clicking on HERE for the .pdf document.

Amendment Propositions:

1. Would permit a person to be elected as municipal judge in more than one jurisdiction.

2. Would allow the Texas Water Development Board to issue up to $200 million in general obligation bonds for the Economically Distressed Areas Program. Passage of this proposition would continue a program that provides financial assistance to plan, design, and construct water and wastewater services in communities where such services do not exist or fail to met state standards.

3. Would allow the Legislature to provide temporary property tax exemptions in a governor-declared disaster area.

4. Would prohibit the Legislature from establishing a personal state income tax.

5. Would designate sales tax revenue collected on sporting goods go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Historical Commission.  This is not a new tax.  The measure ensures all revenue that is already being collected is used for state and local parks and historic sites only.

6. Would authorize the Texas Legislature to increase the maximum bond amount authorized for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas by $3 billion.

7. Would increase distributions to the Available School Fund from the state's public education investments from $300 million to $600 million by the General Land Office.

8. Would create a special fund using a one-time distribution from the state's rainy day fund to provide financing for flood mitigation projects in Texas. The proposition would create the Flood Infrastructure Fund for the Texas Water Development Board to provide grants or low-cost loans to assist local governments with flood-mitigation projects.

9. Would exempt precious metals stored in texas depositories from property taxes, treating precious metals just like cash, which is not taxed.

10. Would clarify state code to ensure the transfer of retired law enforcement animals to their handlers.

 

Wed Nov 20 2019
6:00 PM
Springs HOA Annual General Member Meeting [TENTATIVE]

Location:  Encino Library, 2515 E Evans Road

Registration: 5:45pm - 6:00pm

Meeting: 6:00pm - 7:30pm (Library closes at 8pm)

Agenda [TENTATIVE - reflects 2019 AGMM agenda topics)

  • Call to Order
  • Determination of Quorum (minimum 19 homeowners (20%) present in person or by proxy)
  • Introduction and Opening Remarks
  • Approval of 2019 Annual General Member Meeting Minutes [Click HERE to read 2019 AGMM minutes]
  • Election of 3 Directors
  • President's Report
  • Financial Review
  • New Business
  • Homeowner Forum
  • Adjournment
As a courtesy, please submit to management a brief (one or two sentence) written description of any new business that you propose to be discussed at the meeting, at least three (3) business days prior to the meeting, to enable the Board and management time to adequately research and prepare for the meeting.  You can mail to 11844 Bandera Road #466, Helotes, TX 78023 or email to contactus@hillcountryhomeowners.com
 
All members and proxy holders attending in person must register prior to the start of the meeting.  For you convenience, registration will start at 5:45pm.
 

If you are interested in being a candidate for one of the 3 open Board of Directors positions, please email us prior to the meeting so we can place your name on the ballot - contactus@hillcountryhomeowners.com .

7:30 PM
Springs HOA Election of Officers (TENTATIVE)

Location:  Encino Library, 2555 E. Evans Road

Time:  7:30pm-7:45pm

Agenda:

  • Election of HOA Officers (President, 1st & 2nd Vice Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer) by the Board of Directors
  • Adjournment
The election of HOA Officers is accomplished in an Open Board of Directors meeting immediately following the adjournment of the HOA's Annual General Member Meeting, at which homeowners are elected to the Board of Directors to fill Board vacancies created by the expiration of the 2-year term of office of Board members.  Officers are then elected by the new Board of Directors for a 1-year term of office. (See Bylaws Article 5.02, Officer Election and Term of Office).
 
NOTE: The date, time, and location of this Open Board of Officers meeting is dependent on the conduct of the tentatively scheduled HOA Annual General Member Meeting.  If the AGMM's date, time, or location changes, this election of HOA Officers will be rescheduled to occur immediately following the adjournment of the AGMM.
 
Board of Directors and HOA Officers - what's the difference?? See  http://www.thespringshoa.com/topics/326360
Mon Nov 25 2019
All Day
NEISD Thanksgiving Holiday Starts

Students only November 25 & 26

Fri Nov 29 2019
All Day
NEISD Thanksgiving Holiday Ends
Mon Dec 23 2019
All Day
NEISD Christmas Holidays Begin
Fri Jan 3 2020
All Day
NEISD Christmas Holidays End
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