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September 26, 2011 – SAVE THE DATE! Bring your chairs, favorite beverage and if you would like to share a side dish that would be most appreciated. We will be at the Community Pool at 6pm. This is the last day of the Summer season to use the pool as well. So come out, meet your neighbors, share a bite to eat and enjoy.
September 9, 2021-Today I read some very sad news on the Nextdoor website. It tells the story of a fellow resident in the Canyon Lake Hills area. Her beloved dog was found in the lake near boat ramp 7. It was not an accidental drowning, which makes it even worse. We feel for her loss and pray that the individual who so cruelly ended the life of her sweet companion is found and that justice is served. To read the full story please check out the following link: https://nextdoor.com/p/jwQqtfm9yWDP?utm_source=share&extras=NDYwOTkzNzQ%3D
What if you happen to see something unusual going on or maybe something just doesn’t look or feel right, please help keep our neighborhood safe by letting us know about any suspicious activity with a quick comment. The Comal County Sheriff Department is always a great resource for assistance. They can be reached at their Non Emergency Number: 830-620-3400. IF it is an Emergency Call 9-1-1. Here is a link to their website for more detailed and useful information: https://www.co.comal.tx.us/so/Coplogic/start-report.html.
August 15, 2021- Lately we have been seeing reports of thefts in our community. Those who have experienced the robberies are sharing their stories on the NextDoor website or mobile app. We are saddened to hear that some of our neighbors are going through some thing like this and convey our apologies. It is something that is not expected. We should feel safe in our homes, on our property and on the streets in our community. What we can do is be there for one another. If you “See something, Say something”. Below are some helpful tips that we can all benefit from:
- Lock your vehicle. A large percentage of automobile break-ins involve unsecured vehicles.
- Never leave valuables inside of the vehicle, where they can be seen in plain view.
- Trim back any shrubbery that hides the doors or windows of your house.
- Illuminate your yards and entranceways. Consider using motion-detection lighting.
- Never open your door to anyone that you do not know.
- Keep your doors locked whether you are at home or away.
- Keep your garage door closed and locked, even when at home or in the backyard.
- Half of all home burglaries occur during the day. Be alert to any suspicious persons or vehicles in the area. If anything seems out of place, notify the police to check it out.
- Be observant of repair men, construction workers, or service workers, who might be thieves. If their behavior or location seems out of the ordinary, notify the police.
- Consider investing in an alarm system. Receive at least three different estimates.
- Get to know your immediate neighbors. Be familiar with what type of vehicles they drive, whether they have out of town guests, or if they will be having hired services performed at their homes. This can be one of the best ways to deter crime.
Tamarack Shores Owners Association Newsletter – July 2021–This month has important information regarding the safety of all residents. Please be sure to read through with special attention to the last entry. Thank You
August 4, 2021-In case you missed the last Tamarack Shores Homeowners Association meeting we are posting the Treasurer’s Budget Report and Budget. Please take a moment to review. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out via the following email addressL TamarackShoresResidentQuestion@gmail.com.