The Bruce Company will do brush removal in the Highland Village neighborhood the week of May 27-31. You may put brush anywhere at your curb as long as the cut ends point in the same direction. Please do not put brush in the street.
Nextdoor.com provides closed social media websites for neighborhoods, and Highland Village is there! Join your neighbors by using this invite link: https://nextdoor.com/invite/qutdmqsaersnddqkvwkc. You will need to confirm your address, but it’s up to you how much information you want to appear online to your neighbors.
The more people join, the better and faster we’ll be able to communicate. Questions? Contact Áine Calgaro at firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the article, Highway M also will be under construction through 2016.
A number of residents have asked for specifics regarding the snow removal contract with Bruce Company. Here is a PDF of the current snow removal contract with Bruce Company.
At the annual meeting of the Highland Village Homeowner Association, three new members were welcomed to the board: Jonathan Whalley, Marcia Melotte, and Tim Trpkosh. Zheng Wu and Áine Calgaro were up for election and are beginning a new term. Also remaining on the board are Tracy Price and Sabrina Gentile.
Board positions (president, ACC chair, etc.) will be determined at the board’s next meeting April 24.
The Annual Meeting of the Highland Village Homeowner Association will be held Wednesday, April 10 at 6:30 pm at the West Side Madison Police Station on McKenna Blvd. Five (5) seats on the board will be up for election, including those of two current board members (Áine Calgaro and Zheng Wu) who are running for re-election.
Candidates are needed to run for these positions. Please contact HVHA board president Doug Bray at email@example.com if you are interested in running for the board.
City Council member Lisa Subeck will attend the meeting to answer questions and hear residents’ comments.
Have you seen cars parked on lawns or in the cul-de-sacs? Here is a flyer that you may print out and place on any inappropriately parked cars in our neighborhood. Click here for PDF
Here’s a note for Jefferson Middle School families for the 2012/2013 school year…especially incoming 6th grade parents:
Please consider getting involved in the Jefferson PTO. Parent participation tends to drop off in middle school but the work and effort needed doesn’t. We are currently looking for a 6th grade parent representative for the PTO Board. If you are interested, please contact Jill Tomalin directly and ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unsure if you can make it to PTO meetings next year, there are LOTS of other opportunities for involvement from one hour of your time to more. In whatever way makes sense for you: Get involved in the Jefferson school community!
Also, please join us at our last PTO meeting of the year on Wednesday, May 2 at 7 pm in the Jefferson LMC. And/or join us for a parent social hour at Dahmen’s Pizza immediately following the meeting (approximately 8:30 pm). This is a great chance to socialize with other Jefferson parents in an informal and casual environment. Hope to see you Wednesday!
Best // Jill Tomalin, PTO President
Just a heads up: Kottke is scheduled for resurfacing this year. The following PDF shows that it should last from May 28 – June 21. It doesn’t appear that storm/sewer work will be involved. Click for PDF from City of Madison
The HVHA annual meeting will take place Wednesday, April 18, 2012 from 6:30-8 PM at the West Side Madison Police Station. Two board members are up for re-election. To nominate a candidate for a board seat, please contact Doug Bray at email@example.com.