Shannon Ridge E - News


May 12, 2017

 Hi Members!  Here’s the latest news:   

1.  DSL internet service.  According to the construction supervisor for Frontier Communications, they hope to finish installation of fiber-optic cable to two DSL hubs for our neighborhood by mid-July.  They anticipate providing DSL internet service this fall using existing copper wire from their two hubs: one located near our subdivision entrance, the other located at the intersection of Shannon Ridge Dr and Leprechan Ln.  They aren’t yet sure what internet speed they will be able to provide but the closer you are to one of their hubs, the faster the speed.  This is all they could tell me now.  After they complete their work and are closer to actually providing service, they will contact me and I will forward the information to you. 

2.  Q&A: Traffic safety. 

Q. Can you put a reminder in your newsletter that pedestrians have the right-of-way?  When I was out walking my dog, a speeding driver nearly hit us.   

A. Drivers, when approaching walkers and runners, please be courteous, slow down, and give them a wide berth.  Also, please comply with the 30-mph speed limit; in January a driver lost control on Shannon Ridge Dr, totaled his vehicle, and was critically injured. 

3.  Report vandalism to the Sheriff’s Department, 830-393-2535.  As we approach high school graduation, most people plan constructive celebrations of this joyous event.  Unfortunately, a few choose the criminal act of vandalism.  If you observe suspicious or criminal activity in progress, call 911.  If you have the misfortune of having your property vandalized, report it to the Sheriff’s Department so they will patrol our neighborhood more frequently. 

God bless, thanks so much for your loyal support, and have a great weekend! 

Ken Costa
President, SRHOA


Previous Newsletter
March 18, 2017 

1.  Cleanup/Maintenance:  Spring is a great time for cleanup and maintenance. 

     a. Stone, brick, lumber, pipes, metal, concrete blocks, pallets, fencing and other materials must be removed from lots or stored within an enclosure (such as a shed or privacy fence) to completely shield them from view from the road and surrounding lots.  For leftover stone and brick, some people place them around their trees to artfully decorate their yard or use them for an outdoor fireplace or walkway. 

     b. Refuse and junk:  Please burn, dispose of in your trash container, or haul to the dump. 

     c. Metal for cash:  HWY 181 Recycle Center (210-633-9098) pays cash for all kinds of metal, including vehicles. 

     d. All structures must be of neat appearance:  Make necessary repairs and give them a fresh coat of paint. 

3.  Many thanks to all who help keep Shannon Ridge such an attractive and peaceful neighborhood.  

God bless, thanks so much for your loyal support, and have a great weekend! 

Ken Costa
President, SRHOA




Please join us to help keep Shannon Ridge a beautiful and peaceful neighborhood.

Annual dues are only $50.

Complete this form and mail it with your check, payable to Shannon Ridge HOA, to 873 Paddy Rd, Floresville, TX 78114-6533.

Or you can give me the check (or cash) and this form when you see my wife, Janelle, and me picking up trash along our roads.

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Ken Costa
President, SRHOA