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A Good Day in the Neighborhood

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By all accounts, yesterday’s Celebrate Allandale picnic was a success! The rain held off until it was over making for a very comfortable day in the park. It was just a relaxing afternoon spent with neighbors.

People enjoyed a nice selection of food from Blue Star Cafeteria,  Dog Almighty, Phoenecia Bakery and Sarah’s Mediteranean Grill.  We appreciate their contributions. Also, thanks to Amy’s Ice Cream who was scooping out the ice cream. Cold water was supplied by Johnson Properties.

Celebrate Allandale Picnic!

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Come Celebrate Allandale and help raise funds to fight the proposed
Northcross Redevelopment that calls for a 200,000 plus sq. ft. Supercenter at Northcross Mall.

Mark your calendar for the
first-annual Celebrate Allandale fundraiser, picnic, and concert. It’s March 25, from
1-6 p.m., at Beverly Sheffield Northwest District Park.

Come hear Austin musicians The Mockingbirds (www.sonicbids.com/themockingbirds),
Dale Watson (www.dalewatson.com),
Leeann Atherton (www.leeannatherton.com),
and The Weary Boys (www.wearyboys.com).

Minutes from 3.8.07 Special Meeting

Draft Minutes to be considered for approval at the regular March General Meeting.

Allandale Neighorhood Association Special Meeting of the
Executive Committee 3/8/07 at St. John’s Methodist Church.

Attending: Allan McMurtry,
Joe Reynolds, Tom Linehan, Michael Bomba, Cathy Yang, Katie Hansen, Paulette
Kern, Dan Jones.

As this is a special meeting, the minutes of the February
executive committee meeting were not submitted for approval. These minutes will be considered at the
regularly scheduled March General  meeting.

Coyote Info – Shoal Creek

Texas Wildlife Services has investigated reports of coyotes
attacking dogs in the Shoal Creek area between Northland
  Dr. on the north, and 35th
  Street on the south. It has become apparent that
the coyotes are subsisting primarily on pet food, in addition to small wildlife
and housecats. Please do not intentionally or unintentionally feed coyotes by
placing pet food outdoors.

Plans for the Farmers Market

Travis County is selling the 2.3 acre property on Burnet Road that is now Farmer’s Market. It will be  holding a public hearing at the Brentwood Elementary school cafeteria, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on Wednesday, March 21. Four developers will show their...