Monday, September 14, 2009

Target coming to University Avenue

Strode Properties, who is developing the new shopping center where University Mall used to be, announced today that Target has agreed to put a new store on the site. This is great news for us, since it will mean a full retail store in our part of town.

More information is at: http://www.parkavenuelr.com/

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Board meeting agenda September 3

Broadmoor Property Owners Association/Broadmoor Recreational Improvement District

Board of Directors

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Agenda

I. Introductions

II. Appoint minute-taker

III. August minutes

IV. Treasurer’s report

V. Pool report

VI. Neighborhood Watch report

VII. Clubhouse, Park, Lake, and Dam issues

1. Security patrols

2. Fencing on dam

3. Clubhouse rental policies

4. Lawn and vegetation management

5. Other issues

VIII. Quality of Life Committee issues

1. 2010 Neighborhoods USA Conference tours

2. Landlord communication

IX. New, old, other business and announcements

X. Adjourn

Found: Jewelry box

FOUND: little jewelry box found at #29 BROADMOOR, likely stolen and tossed in this yard weeks or months ago. Call Ethelene Moore 568-4866.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Fourche Creek cleanup scheduled

The first annual Fourche Creek Waterway Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, September 19, from 8 a.m.until noon. Volunteers will put in Fourche Creek at Benny Craig Park and take out at the Interstate Park . Please bring your shallow boat or canoe.


Fourche Creek, just south of Asher Avenue , will soon be named by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission as an Arkansas Water Trail. Water running off your roof and yard ends up in Fourche Creek. On the west side of Broadmoor, the drainage is to Rock Creek running through Boyle Park . On the east side, the neighborhood drains into Coleman Creek, which runs through the middle of UALR before crossing Asher Avenue and emptying into Fourche Creek. Excess water from Broadmoor Lake travels through a pipe under the Broadmoor Shopping Center , then across the UALR campus into Coleman Creek.


Read more about Fourche Creek at http://www.fourchecreek.org/


The cleanup plan is to make Fourche Creek pristine by picking up all the trash along the waterway. Keep Little Rock Beautiful is working with Melinda Glasgow, Recycling Coordinator, City of Little Rock, (371-4646) and other civic groups to make this event successful.

September board meeting Thursday

Don't miss this month's board meeting Thursday at the clubhouse at 7 p.m.