Here is a money-saving tip: SECURE YOUR HOME. If you have APD Officer A.J. Rodriguez conduct a home security inspection and it passes, you could qualify for as much as a 20% reduction on your home owner insurance. That is a savings of $200 or more a year. Last Wednesday night, November 8th, many of us met Officer A.J. Rodriguez at one of Allandale's homes to learn about home inspections. The inspection was at the invitation of Allandale's Neighborhood Safety Coordinator, Laura DiCarlo. She scheduled it with Officer Rodriguez and sent out an invitation to neighborhood block captains.
- If there is trimming along residential property, a notice with a work plan will be placed on the door. (Just like other flyers.)
- The plan is specific to the address.
Bell Hall, Westminster Manor, 4100 Jackson Ave.
Kay Newell called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m.
asked for approval of the minutes of the October 16, 2007, meeting.
Tom Whatley, seconded by Frances Allen, moved to approve the minutes.
The motion was adopted without objection.
recognized representatives of the Texas Department of Transportation
(TxDOT) and the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) for
an update on plans for the addition of a managed lane and sound
barriers on MoPac (Loop 1). The principal speakers were CTRMA
executive director Mike Heilingenstein and Mark Herber, TxDOT’s
Loop 1 project director. John Kelly of DMJM Harris, the consulting
firm for the project, and other representatives of TxDOT and CTRMA