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HIDDEN FOREST
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
NEWSLETTER
JANUARY 2015
Published by Neighborhood News, Inc.
HIDDEN FOREST
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT / ACC CO-CHAIR
ADAM CONINE
215-4370
[email protected]
VICE-PRESIDENT/
Website/Covenants Co-Chair
Sriram Madabhushi
595-3395
[email protected]
TREASURER
JOHN MICHAEL SCHUELKE
488-7796
[email protected]
SECRETARY/ACC Chair/
PooL co-CHAIR
ALLEN COLE
490-5728
[email protected]
GROUNDS and SOCIAL LIAISON
PAM MILLARD
497-4407
[email protected]
COVENANTS
BURTON KIDD
494-6490
[email protected]
TENNIS/POOL CO-CHAIR
RONNIE GRAY
495-9868
[email protected]
SECURITY
BEN HANNA
488-7796
[email protected]
OFFICE MANAGERS
SUSIE BARLOW
JANNA MILLS
NEWS FROM THE BOARD
HF Board of Director’s did not meet December 10, 2014 they will meet on
January 14th.
OFFICE MANAGER’S REPORT – As of 12/2/14, there were 82 homeowners
who owe the October 2014 assessment, 11 who owe the April 2014 and Oct. 2014
assessments, 2 homeowner accounts with the HOA attorney for collection.
TREASURER’S REPORT
The Board was presented with the monthly financial reports. Revenues and
expenditures are on track, and money was transferred from the reserve account
to cover anticipated expenditures for the coming month.
GROUNDS:
There was a sprinkler leak fixed as well as the weathermatic which senses if the
area has had water recently. There was also a tree removed on property when the
tree fell during a storm.
TENNIS:
Court locks were fixed and should be working well now.
SOCIAL: Holiday Lighting Contest was on December 13-14, see article in
the newsletter for details of winners. We believe we have a Social chair, but are
looking for a co-chair.
HF SECURITY - 325-7224
HIDDEN FOREST OFFICE
494-0711
494-5327 fax
Tuesday & Thursday
9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
email: [email protected]
website: www.hiddenforesthoa.com
SAFFE OFFICER
HANK QUIROGA - 207-5820
[email protected]
SAPD NON EMERGENCY 207-7273
SECURITY:
Car decals are still available in the office.
COMPLAINTS: Abandoned Cars, Burglary and Car Theft
Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
Presidents Report
January 2015
HF Board of Directors Meeting
January 14, 2015
Call to Order
By Adam Conine
Approval of November 12, 2014 HFHOA Annual Meeting Minutes
Happy New Year! On behalf of your entire Board of Directors, we
hope that your holidays were filled with lots of fun and that your
New Year is off to a great start!
There was no Meeting for December
HF Security Report
Office Managers Report
2015 promises to be another busy year in Hidden Forest and
we hope to see you at our community events. We value your
input and we sincerely wish to involve more residents in the
management of our community and its activities. Please look for
ways to get involved this year; call the office, call a Board member,
send an e-mail…...we can always find a way to put your gifts to
work for Hidden Forest!
Treasurer’s Report
Committee Reports
Old Business
New Business
Adjourn
Don’t forget that Hidden Forest is also on Facebook. Our Office
Managers are doing a great job of keeping it current with all
the news, so “like” us on Facebook to get the latest info on the
neighborhood.
DEADLINE
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JANUARY 13, 2015.
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January 2015
Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
Christmas Lighting Contest Results
Garage Sale Days
Winners for the
Hidden Forest Christmas Lighting Contest are as follows:
Now that the holidays are over you’re probably wondering what to
do with all the old toys your kids don’t play with anymore, or clothes
that you may have “outgrown”. Well, hang on to them for just a while
longer! The Annual Hidden Forest Garage Sale Days are planned
for April 10th & 11th. Upcoming issues of the HF newsletter will
include specific information for this annual event. Start collecting
your “treasures” now!
Best House Lighting
602 Many Oaks
Best Entryway
1134 Birch Hill
Hidden Forest
Social Co-Chairs Needed!
Best Theme
15706 Fern Ridge
If you are interested in helping Hidden Forest HOA with Social
Events throughout the year, please contact the Hidden Forest HOA
office at 494-0711.
Best Tree Lighting
15710 Wolf Creek
Best Group
15914 Crepe Myrtle
15910 Crepe Myrtle
15906 Crepe Myrtle
1202 Arizona Ash
Recycle Your Christmas Tree
In January
After the holidays, recycle your Christmas tree into nutrient-rich
mulch for FREE. The closest recycling center for Hidden Forest is
the Bitters Brush Recycling Center at 1800 Bitters Rd.
Honorable Mentions
15615 Patridge Trail
16018 Wolf Creek
15503 Big Trail
705 Arizona Ash
1115 Jack Pine
11519 Big Trail
Village on Walnut Hill
See www.sanantonio.gov/swmd or call 311 for more locations and
information.
Quack, Moo, Oink, Cluck!
Congratulations to all the winners and a big thank you to everyone
who decorated their homes!! The neighborhood looks beautiful!
Reminder, per Hidden Forest HOA covenants, no livestock is allowed in the neighborhood. This includes chickens, sheep, pigs,
horses, goats, cows, giraffes, kangaroos, camels, zebras, etc.
Happy Holidays!!
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Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
Hidden Forest
Garden Club News
January 2015
Yard of the Month
By Garden Club Members
Start a Savory New Year...
The yard of the month for January is awarded to Tom and Sandi Illing
who live at 1106 Sugar Pine.
Do you speak Chervil? Have you worked with Rosemary lately? Or, have
you been spending Thyme elsewhere? If you’re starting the new year
without making their acquaintance, Lettuce not waste another moment!
The Illing’s moved into their home in Hidden Forest in 1979 and
they are thrilled to have received the award for their first time.
Come join the Hidden Forest Garden Club on January 28th and get
“herbally informed.” At this much-requested seminar, local herb expert
Diane Lewis, who is formally educated in horticulture and landscaping, will
introduce members and guests to lesser-known, as well familiar, varieties
of herbs. She will highlight those that will give pizzazz to your culinary
creations, be a versatile addition to your gardens, provide an irreplaceable
ingredient in your sachets and potpourris and make a beautiful dried
appearance in your wreaths and other decorative accessories. You will
also learn which herbs grow best indoors and which prefer an outdoor
location. In short, this meeting is “All About Herbs!”
Who:
What:
When:
Where:
There is a big Oak tree and a Mountain Laurel in the front yard with
purple Lantana and dwarf Mexican Petunias in beds surrounding the
trees.
In the two flower beds at the front of the house the Illing’s have
planted Butterfly Iris, Blue Plumbago, Viburnum Suspensum and a
few Stella de Ora Daylillies. One bed has a Sago Palm and Lily of the
Nile with White Verbena and Red Diplandenia scattered between the
shrubs. Colorful White Verbena, Liriope and more Red Dipladenia
along with Creeping Ginny, Alysum, Sago Palm and Lily of the Nile
fill the other bed.
Hidden Forest Garden Club
“All About Herbs”
Seminar by Diane Lewis
Wednesday, January 28 9:30 am
Home of Rosalie Gatewood
74 Raphael
Refreshments Will Be Served.
On one side of the garage there is a Texas Vytex with three showy
Red Tip Photinias. On the other side of the house there are three
neatly pruned shrubs.
A big thanks and congratulations to Tom and Sandi for their hard
work. Please take time to drive by to see this beautiful yard! We hope
you’ll be inspired to “pretty up” your yard.
Reservations Please! Call Program Chairman Julie McClellan @ 210494-9031 or President Judy Sandidge @ 210-260-8986 with questions or
replies.
Honorable mention: 15702 Eagle Cliff
1003 Arizona Ash
Applause for Everyone!
Members of the Hidden Forest Garden Club would like to thank
everyone in the neighborhood who purchased bows this year. They set
the neighborhood ablaze this holiday season, and the profits they earned
will finance future flowers in our median gardens.
WOODLAND
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We are a people of hope seeking in all our gatherings,
all our words, and all our acts to proclaim Christ’s love.
Sunday Coffee Time 9:00
Sunday School 9:30
Sunday Worship 10:45
Wednesday Church for all Ages
Dinner 5:30 Bible Study 6:15
Pastor, Garrett Vickrey
Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University class begins
Sunday, Jan 4. Details and Register at daveramsey.com
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January 2015
Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
Semi-annual assessments are due April 1st and
October 1st.
If you have any questions regarding your balance, please contact the HOA office.
New Phone Directories
New Assessments for October 2014-April
2015 reflect a 5% increase for a balance due of
$169.67. For your convenience, there is a drop
box on Sherman Oak or a drop slot in the office
door upstairs from the pool.
We are in the process of updating the
neighborhood’s phone directories and need
your help. Please contact the office for any
changes from the 2013 phone directory. You
may either email us at [email protected]
com or call us at 210-494-0711.
We are proud to say that even with the increase
of 5% Hidden Forest is still one of the lowest
HOAs in the area.
LEASH LAW
City of San Antonio
requires that all dogs
be on a leash if they are
not in the house or in the
enclosed back yard.
Start the New Year right with a
tune up and safety check of your
furnace.
Certification for Life Guards
Check for dangerous Gas Leaks
Check for deadly Carbon Monoxide
Check the heat exchanger, clean as necessary
Check the induced draft motor blower
Check the ignitor
Check and tune combustion
Check all interlocks and problem codes
Light the pilot (if you still have one)
Check heating performance
American Red Cross instructor, Carol Thienpont, is offering recertification classes for Life Guard, First Aid, and CPR in April and May
right here at the Hidden Forest swimming pool. Please call Carol
Thienpont at (210)834-3041 for dates, prices and times. Life guard
classes are also available for anyone over the age of 15 who can pass
a specified swim test. Call for details.
Amazingly enough, both the safety check and tune-up are
only $58!
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Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
January 2015
Security Report
Hidden Forest provides two security reports. One of them is based off of the sanantonio.gov “Calls for
service” report. These are not necessarily crimes, but times when someone has called for police services.
NOVEMBER
• Crimes Against Persons Calls: Disturbance Family Gun Involved-1
• Property Crime Calls: Burglary in Progress-1, Burglary Vehicle-2, Theft-4, Buglary-1 • Traffic Calls: Abandoned Vehicle-1
• Other Calls: Miscellaneous-1, Animal Related-1
The second report is from our security team, Blue Armor Security. They have done a great job monitoring
our streets. Please be sure that when you have a break in or other emergencies you call 911 first, then we’d
love for you to let our officer know so we can be aware. We get a report every day of what our officer saw on
his shift. (Even if it just says, “Monitoring Custer Pass and White Pine, nothing unusual to report.”)
NOVEMBER
Days on Patrol: 22
• Garage door open – 3
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January 2015
HIDDEN FOREST
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL
COMMITTEE GUIDELINES
Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
EMPTY NESTERS HAPPY HOUR
Please join us for our January, 2015 Happy Hour. Singles and
couples welcome. Feel free to bring friends and neighbors.
Hope to see you!!
PLANNING ANY IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY??
Just a reminder…The recorded covenants, conditions and restrictions
of the association, in order to protect each individual owner’s rights
and values, require any owner who is considering improvement of
his deeded property, to include (but not limited to) swimming pools,
patio covers, decks, outside buildings, fencing, building add-ons, etc.
to submit the following information to the Architectural Control
committee prior to initiating work on the planned improvements:
• Complete an Improvement Request Form which can be
downloaded from our web site at www.hiddenforesthoa.com
• Completed detailed building plans, materials listing and specifications
• A site plan showing the location of the proposed
improvement(s)
DATE: Friday, January 16, 2015
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1200 Timber Bay
TIME:
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If your children are out of high school, even if they live at home,
you qualify as “Empty Nesters”. Or if you are anticipating being an Empty Nester, come on and join us!! Please come and
meet your neighbors.
Remember, it’s better to be safe than sorry. The process is fairly easy
and the turn around is fast.
Let’s all work together to keep Hidden Forest a great place to live!
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Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
Home Burglary Prevention Tips
• Use plenty of outside lights to help illuminate the dark areas on
your property.
• Don’t leave a “hidden key” outside under your doormat, over the
door, etc.
• Don’t allow bushes to grow too large so that they may provide concealment for burglars around windows and doors.
• Make your home look occupied at all times. Most burglars are
looking for unoccupied homes. If your home appears to be occupied, the burglar will usually look for other easy targets.
• When you’re away from home leave a radio or television on and
always leave a few inner lights on at night. If you will be gone for an
extended period of time, use a timer to turn interior and exterior
lights on and off.
• Invest in a good security system that comes with motion sensor
lights.
• Always double check doors and window locks before leaving for
the day and at night.
• After opening large gifts, do not place large empty boxes out at the
curb. This notifies people of what is in your home.
• Be cautious of the information you give over the phone to strangers. Example: A resident was selling a vehicle online and when a
potential buyer called and asked when he could test drive the vehicle the resident stated that it would have to be after the weekend because he was going to be out of town. When the resident returned
his home had been burglarized.
No home or neighborhood is immune to the possibility of becoming
a target of a home burglary. Most home burglars are amateurs looking
for easy targets. They’re looking for locations which present the least
risk of detection; the greatest opportunity for easy entry and maximum
potential for escape. They look for locations which appear to be unoccupied and unprotected. Locations that don’t appear to have adequate
locks and lighting, locations with open garage doors and bushes around
the location which provides easy concealment.
Unfortunately, burglars don’t have to look hard to find these locations.
Here are some tips to help prevent your home from becoming a target
of opportunity.
• Watch your neighbor’s property and note suspicious persons and
vehicles. Notify the local Police Dept and report a description of
the suspects and vehicles involved.
• Get to know your neighbors and keep an eye on each other’s
home.
• Install locks on sliding glass doors to prevent door from being lifted
out of the track.
• CLOSE your garage door, even when you are at home. Deactivate
the garage door openers when you will be gone for an extended
period of time.
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January 2015
Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
Hidden Forest is scheduled for San Antonio Bulk Item Collection
Do you want to dispose of the old sofa or refrigerator gathering dust in your garage? Residents receive one curbside collection of bulky
waste per year. City crews will come to your home to haul away unwanted materials that are too large for pick up during your regular
garbage collection. For more info, please feel free to call the city at 311.
Items We Collect:
• Furniture
• Appliances
• Barbeque grills
• Toilets
• Water heaters
• Mattresses
• Fencing
• Passenger Car Tires (limit of 6 per household)
• Small pieces of carpeting
Items We Will NOT Collect:
• Brush
• Hazardous Materials (paints, household cleaners, etc)
• Shingles, roofing materials
• Construction/remodeling materials (bricks, sheet rock, insulation, flooring)
• Soil, concrete, and rocks
• Household Trash
• Glass
Limitations
Please limit your bulky-item pile to eight (8) cubic yards. This is the equivalent to eight (8) washers or dryers. If your material exceeds
this limit, you may be charged a fee for the additional amount.
Violations
Residents will be in violation with City Code, Ch.14 for the following reason(s):
• Bulky pile contains brush, construction, hazardous materials, vehicle parts, or electronics
• Pile is obstructed by low hanging limb or others obstacles
• Pile exceeded the maximum limit of 8 cubic yards.
If your pile is in violation of City Code, you may receive a fine up to $2,000 a day,
plus be billed for the collection and disposal of these items.
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Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
January 2015
JUNIOR GROUP TENNIS LESSONS
January 6 - 29
The session will last three weeks (Tuesday-Thursday) and include drills, stroke practice, fundamentals, and
games for junior players (all ages).
An Ages 5-8 Beginning Clinic will be offered on Tuesdays from 3:35 pm – 4:35 pm. Email or call to sign up in
advance.
Group Lessons for older juniors will be offered on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 4:40 - 6:10 pm. Players can
register for two days per week or one day per week.
Call or email if interested in Advanced Clinic.
Ages 5-8 group lessons: $55 for the 4-week session (1 day per week).
Group Lessons (ages 8+): $70 for the 4-week session (2 day per week)
Advanced groups: $20 per day (minimum 3 players).
TOURNAMENTS: Interested in competition? Visit www.sajuniortennis.com to sign up for local junior tournaments.
Just follow the link to Gran Prix. (Players should be able to serve and keep score.)
Private lessons are also available for juniors and adults.
Private Lessons: $50/hour (or $25/half hour); variable days.
To join one of the sessions, contact Michael Timoskevich at [email protected]
or by phone at 210-995-8893
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January 2015
Hidden Forest NEWSLETTER
TEEN SERVICES DIRECTORY
LAWN CARE continued
Hernandez, Alex..........................................................404-2101
Kemp, Justin...............................................................601-9595
BABYSITTERS
Bitter, Joella................................................................404-1549
Easley, Abby...............................................................497-1642
Harrell, Faith...............................................................825-7208
Isaac, Alisa..................................................................957-3140
Isaac, Kameel..............................................................957-3140
Kraft, Elizabeth...........................................................274-0624
Kridner, Kassidy........................................ 481-1634/365-6460
Manley, Payton ..........................................................490-9034
Millard, Shannon .......................................................497-4407
Pitchard, Katelyn.........................................................422-6109
Ptasnik, Faryn.............................................................725-5570
Ross, Haley.................................................................495-7870
Stack, Kristen..............................................................488-3028
Wagner, Sarah Jo.........................................................739-3241
Yates, Caitlynne..........................................................495-9522
PET SITTERS
Bitter, Christopher.......................................................404-1549
DeLaGarza, Gabriel....................................................254-3038
DeLaGarza, Zachry.....................................................269-4456
Easley, Abby...............................................................497-1642
Easley, Alex.................................................................497-1642
Gray, Devin.................................................................495-9868
Groff, Matthew...........................................................845-5892
Hernandez, Alex..........................................................404-2101
Isaac, Alisa..................................................................957-3140
Isaac, Kameel..............................................................957-3140
Kridner, Kassidy........................................ 481-1634/365-6460
Manley, Payton ..........................................................490-9034
Ptasnik, Faryn.............................................................725-5570
LAWN CARE
Bitter, Christopher.......................................................404-1549
DeLaGarza, Gabriel....................................................254-3038
DeLaGarza, Zachry.....................................................269-4456
Gray, Devin.................................................................495-9868
Groff, Matthew...........................................................845-5892
TUTOR
Bitter, Joella................................................................404-1549
Collier, Benjamin........................................................887-7423
Throm, Max................................................................437-4246
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San Antonio, TX 78232
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Time Dated
DEADLINE:
The deadline for the FEBRUARY newsletter is JANUARY 13, 2015. You can e-mail your article to
[email protected] or drop it off in the mailbox on Sherman Oak.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
January January
1
January
13
January
14
January
20 January
28
Bulk Item Collection, City will send date 10 days prior to service
New Year’s Day Holiday
Deadline for February Newsletter Articles
HFHOA Board Meeting, 6:30 pm in the
Rec Room
NEISD Holiday
Garden Club Meeting, 9:30 am, 74 Raphael
LOOKING AHEAD----------
February
11 HFHOA Board Meeting, 6:30 pm in the
Rec Room
February
12 Deadline for March Newsletter Articles
February
25 Garden Club, Huntington Orchids,
meet in parking lot 9:30 am
March
9-13 NEISD Spring Break
March
11 HFHOA Board Meeting, 6:30 pm in the
Rec Room
March
25 Garden Club, Botanical Gardens, meet in parking lot 9:00 am
March
29 Easter Egg Hunt
April
9
HFHOA Board Meeting, 6:30 pm in the Rec Room
April
10-11 Garage Sale Days, 9-5
April
15 Flower Show, 9:30 am, Rec Room
April
18 Dial-A-Trailer, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
April
22 Garden Club, Green Gate, meet in parking lot 9:00 am
Please note, HFHOA Board Meetings have moved from the 2nd Thursday of the month to the 2nd Wednesday.
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