Four NSCNA Board Members recently had a Zoom meeting with Google representative Daniel Lucio; here’s what we learned from the meeting:
. They are starting on Crosscreek, and are using two contractors: Quanta, which is working on Crosscreek and will move west from there; and BComm, which will start work this week and move east from Rockwood. Trenching, laying the fiber, and cleaning-up is expected to take about 4 weeks, although another estimate says that North Shoal Creek should be … Read More
An online virtual meeting of the NSCNP Contact Team will be held September 10, 2020,
6:45 pm to 8:00 pm
The Agenda for the meeting will include:
Status of rezoning and plan amendments.
Schedule of meetings for October through December, 2020.
Procedures for nomination and election of officers for 2021-2022.
Priorities of Neighborhood Plan Actions.
If you would like to know more about the contact team, or attend the meeting, please send an email to nsccontactteam [at] gmail [dot] com… Read More
The following communication from the City of Austin Auditor’s Office is posted for information:
“Dear Neighborhood Association and Community Organization:
SUBJECT: Redistricting Process-Help Shape Austin’s Future at RedistrictATX.org
The City Auditor’s Office has launched a citywide community outreach campaign for the City’s redistricting process. The City Auditor is looking for volunteers to serve on the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission and the Applicant Review Panel.
Redistricting is the process for residents to redraw the boundaries of the council districts every ten … Read More
The June/Summer Issue of NSCNA’s Newsletter has been posted at nscna.org. To read it, click on the “Latest Newsletter” link in the right column of this page or click on the Newsletter tab at the top of the page.
Because of the coronavirus, print copies were mailed rather than delivered door-to-door. If you want a print copy and fail to receive one in your mailbox, please email your name and address to newsletter [at] nscna [dot] org.… Read More
To celebrate Pillow Elementary’s 50th anniversary, art teacher Suzy Swingle is spearheading a project to decorate the fence around the school. Any individual, family or group may design and decorate a panel, starting at the Rockwood-Crosscreek corner and proceeding along Rockwood. To ensure social distancing, Swingle has designated every other panel to be decorated; those panels are marked with pink tape. Participants will provide their own designs and materials; anything goes except for paper, cardboard and plastic cups. For now, … Read More
Our neighborhood association’s General Membership Meeting — originally scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, in the Library at Pillow Elementary school — has been cancelled due to the coronavirus.… Read More
Austin, Texas – The Austin Public Testing Enrollment Form that allows the community to complete an online assessment for COVID-19 testing is now live on AustinTexas.gov/COVID19.
The new tool allows the public to be screened for COVID-19 symptoms without having to see a physician. The form will use an algorithm based assessment to evaluate whether or not an individual should be referred to a free testing site.
Completion of the online assessment will not guarantee referral to a testing … Read More
The April 25 NSCNA Garage Sale is cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re considering scheduling a different community event in the future or a donation to help our impacted neighbors. To take part in these discussions, please email social [at] nscna [dot] org. We want your input, and we hope to hear from you!
NSCNA Social Committee
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This headline from KUT says it all: “Judge Throws Out City Council Votes On New Austin Land Code, Putting Rewrite In Jeopardy.” Here’s the link to the article: hthttps://www.kut.org/post/judge-throws-out-city-council-votes-new-austin-land-code-putting-rewrite-jeopardy… Read More