Left to right: Steven Weintraub, Kenneth Webb, Rima Star, Bob Snee, Amelia Cobb, Dylan Biles, Lois McEvoy, Jon Menegay, Jeri Wines, Kevin Wier (not pictured: Mary Jane Wier)
NSCNA Officers and Directors for 2018:
President: Kevin Wier (president [at] nscna [dot] org)
Vice President: Kenneth Webb (vp [at] nscna [dot] org)
Secretary: Dylan Biles (secretary [at] nscna [dot] org)
Treasurer: Lois McEvoy (treasurer [at] nscna [dot] org)
Directors: (email to directors [at] … Read More
The following email requests that residents of Districts 7 & 10 express their opposition to the Austin Oaks PUD. NSCNA’s membership and Board have voted to oppose the PUD, so NSCNA’s official position remains opposed to it. However, the Board recognizes the importance of ALL North Shoal Creek residents expressing their opinions whether in support or in opposition. We urge you to know what is going on in your community, be involved in your community, and express your opinions to … Read More
Agenda items include
. an update on our Neighborhood Partnering Program, including a major announcement regarding our community garden grant request;
. a report on the October 1 Neighborhood Plan meeting plus a preview of what to expect in the upcoming Saturday, Nov. 5th meeting;
. committee reports (including Social Committee’s scheduling of our annual Luminaria Walk and the Nominating Committee’s report);
. vote on by-laws revisions;
. Q&A time (there’s a lot going on in our ‘hood, and … Read More
The North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Association (NSCNA) Board of Directors invites all North Shoal Creek Neighborhood residents to participate in a survey designed to identify what is important to neighbors. The Board will use the results to assist in determining the priorities for planning activities in 2016.
There are several ways to complete the survey. Please choose which of the following options you prefer, and submit the survey one time by March 26, 2016:
1. Complete the survey online … Read More
At NSCNA’s November meeting, the membership voted to object to rezoning the Crump/Gordon property at 8528 Burnet Road from CS (Commercial Services) to MF-6 (Multifamily, highest density).
On January 13, this zoning case came before Austin’s Planning Commission which approved MF-6 zoning.
Subsequent to the Planning Commission vote, the NSCNA Board proposed MF-4 level zoning instead, but this was rejected by the developer, Sackman Enterprises.
On February 12, the case came before the Austin City Council, which voted 7-4 to … Read More