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August 2007 Sendera Homeowner's Association

Volume 2, Number 8

Official Community Newsletter



Hopefully, it’s not raining. Hopefully, it’s not blazing hot. Hopefully, you will take this opportunity to spend time with the people who make Sendera a wonderful place to live – Your Neighbors!

National Night Out! August 7, 2007 6 pm – 9 pm (or whenever the party ends)

Recreation Committee News August 2007 Sendera Recreation Committee Meetings and Volunteers There are no meetings in August. Meetings will resume in September. Check the next newsletter for details. Get involved! The Recreation Committee wants your time and ideas! Help make Sendera a great community to live in by becoming a committee member. Attend meetings, events or just get on our email list and stay informed. Upcoming opportunities to participate include the Halloween decorating contest, the Chili Cook-off, and the Holiday decorating contest. If there are some neighborhood events you would like to see, please let us know. Contact Suzann Vera 2910714 or [email protected] Do you know your neighbor? August 7 National Night Out – It’s time to turn on the porch light and finally find out what the neighbor’s name is across the street. National Night Out is Tuesday, August 7 from 6-9PM. Dust off the jump rope, hula-hoop and bubbles and meet other families on your block. Come out and welcome your new neighbors and serve up some ice tea, lemonade and watermelon. Discuss neighborhood concerns with those who want to listen. Find out about the family who use to live in your house and share block history. After your event, share your stories and pictures with us on and send a copy to Sendera’s newsletter editor, Pamela Kurburski. Send them to [email protected] by August 8 for September’s newsletter. Mark your calendar Movie Night at the pool starts at 8:30PM on the second Saturday of the month. Remember to catch our last two showings: August 11 Happy Feet PG 87 minutes September 8 Cars G 96 minutes

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Sendera 2006-2007 Board of Directors Bob Coggin, President ......................................... 512-292-4112 ..........[email protected] Eric Steen, Vice President ................................... 512-799-4422 .......................................................... [email protected] Luanne Skeen, Treasurer ...................................... 512-282-6560 ............[email protected] Jamie Avila, Secretary .......................................... 512-965-5181 ............................................................... [email protected] Patrick V. Pulido, Director at Large ..................... 512-291-4750 ............................................................... [email protected]

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2007 Committee Chairs ARCHITECTURAL Eric Steen ............................................................... 512-799-4422 ............................................................ [email protected] COMMUNITY RELATIONS Eric Steen ............................................................... 512-799-4422 .......[email protected] LANDSCAPING ...........................................................................................OPEN NEIGHBORHOOD RELATIONS ...........................................................................................OPEN NEWSLETTER EDITOR Pamela Kurburski ................................................. 512-940-8430 ............................................. [email protected] POOL Bob Coggin .......................................................... 512-292-4112 ..........[email protected] RECREATION Suzann Vera.......................................................... 512-291-0714 .......................................................... [email protected] SAFETY Bob Coggin .......................................................... 512-292-4112 ..........[email protected]

Association Manager ASSOCIATION MANAGER Kaye Markette For resident services call:......................1-866-4-RealService ....................................................................1-866 (473-2573) or email: ........................... [email protected] RealManage 7035 Bee Cave Road, Suite 108 Austin, TX 78746

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Sendera Minute of Sendera Board Meeting June 22, 2007 The Board of Directors for Sendera met on June 22, 2007 at the home of Board member Luanne Skeen. Board members Bob Coggin, Eric Steen, Luanne Skeen, Patrick Pulido and Jamie Avila where present. Sendera Recreation Committee members Lori Landburg and Jennifer Fisher provided the Recreation Committee report. Community Association Manager Kaye Markette was also present. The following business was conducted. The Board Meeting Minutes where reviewed for April 13th and May 1st and approved. Associate Manager Kaye Markette went over the Financial Reports thru May of 2007. Also discussed where the Deed Restriction Violations, Delinquency Status, Vandalism, and ACH revisions. Also, Kaye will be getting estimates from vendors who can do mass fence jobs. Other business discussed was pool operations including reviewing the pool rules, pool signs, surveillance cameras, pool parties, and the possibility of a new sundeck. Representative of sundeck companies will be giving the Sendera Board of Directors estimates on resurfacing the pool. The Sendera Recreation Committee discussed various topics including presenting the 2008 Recreation Committee budget at the next meeting. Included in the budget will be the possible purchase of items and materials that will continue to beautify and improve

Sendera. Also discussed was Lifetime Fitness special offer to Sendera residents who wish to enroll at the gym. Luanne Skeen has kindly agreed to be the Recreation Committee Liaison on the Board. August Board meeting will be scheduled soon and posted on the website. All Sendera membership is welcome to come to schedule Board meetings. Respectfully submitted Jamie Avila Board Secretary DISCLAIMER: Articles and ads in this newsletter express the opinions of their authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Peel, Inc. or its employees. Peel, Inc. is not responsible for the accuracy of any facts stated in articles submitted by others. The publisher also assumes no responsibility for the advertising content with this publication. All warranties and representations made in the advertising content are solely that of the advertiser and any such claims regarding its content should be taken up with the advertiser. * The publisher assumes no liability with regard to its advertisers for misprints or failure to place advertising in this publication exacept for the actual cost of such advertising. * Although every effort is taken to avoid mistakes and/or misprints, the publisher assumes no responsibility for any errors of information or typographical mistakes, except as limited to the cost of advertising as stated above or in the case of misinformation, a printed retraction/correction. * Under no circumstances shall the publisher be held liable for incidental or consequential damages, inconvenience, loss of business or services, or any other liabilities from failure to publish, or from failure to publish in a timely manner, except as limited to liabilities stated above.


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AUGUST Every Tuesday— Weather Permitting. Sendera Playgroup meets at the pool playground on Sendera Mesa. 10:00am12:00pm. Parents/caregivers/ guests are welcomed to bring their little ones of any age to join with other children. [email protected]

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would like to submit into YOUR community newsletter. [email protected]

7th— National Night Out. Come out, pull out the lawn chairs, snacks, and meet your neighbors. 6:00pm-9:00pm 11th—Movie Night @ The Pool 9:00pm Happy Feet 27th—First Day of School

SEPTEMBER Every Tuesday— Weather Per-

mitting. Sendera Playgroup meets at the pool playground on Sendera Mesa. 10:00am12:00pm. Parents/caregivers/ guests are welcomed to bring their little ones of any age to join with other children. [email protected]

1st– HOA dues. 5th—Newsletter article deadline. If you have anything you would like to submit into YOUR community newsletter. [email protected]

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Sendera It’s a Good Thing

MONDAY Margaritas – kids eat free all day Hangtown Grill – kids eat free all day Gattiland – moms eat free TGI Friday’s – kids eat free and get free animal balloons Texadelphia South – kids eat free Zuzu – kids free after 6:00 p.m. TUESDAY Spaghetti Warehouse – kids eat free at night Fazoli’s – kids eat for $0.99 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Kerbey Lane – kids eat free all day Denny’s – kids eat free from 4:00 – 10:00 p.m. Chick-fil-A – kids eat free after 5:00 p.m. Bennigan’s – kids eat free after 5:00 p.m. Zuzu – kids eat free after 6:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Luby’s – kids eat free after 4:30 p.m. EZ’s – kids eat free all day Moe’s Southwest Grill – kids eat free after 5:00 p.m. Central Market – kids eat free after 5:00 p.m. Zen – kids eat free after 5:00 p.m.

(turn into the garage on the west side of Brazos (left.) If you park on the 3rd level, go to the north wall, and enter the door there, then take the elevator down to 1- you come out across the corner from the church. Be sure to bring your parking ticket to the church office to get stamped, and then it will cost you $3 instead of the usual $7. Upcoming concerts: Aug. 9 Sara Hickman Singer/Songwriter Aug. 16 Sophia Gilmson Piano Aug. 23 The Amazing Grays (Senior Choir from St. John’s Methodist Church) Aug. 30 Felicity Coltman Piano Kudos to Vic who recently stepped up to be our new landscape committee chair. Thanks for working weekly with Sendera’s landscaper John Fasano of Austin Rock n Root. Kudos to the Board for having an open town hall meeting in June. Special Kudos for Luanne Skeen for hosting it at her house. We look forward to the resolutions on the open topics. Kudos to Pam Kurburski on her one year anniversary of serving as our newsletter editor. We admire your continued commitment to ensuring that we are all informed.

SATURDAY Luby’s – kids eat free all day Texas Land & Cattle – kids eat free from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ALL WEEK IHOP – all kids eat free from 4:00 – 10:00 p.m. Cici’s Pizza – kids under 3 eat free Fresh Choice – kids aged 2 and under eat free; kids aged 3-5 eat for $.99; kids aged 6-8 eat for $2.99 Denny’s – kids eat free on their birthday Pizza Hut’s lunch buffet – kids eat free Applebee’s – kids eat free with all As on their report card FREE NOONDAY CONCERTS are held on Thursdays at Central Presbyterian Church from 12:05-12:35. Bring your own lunch or make a reservation for a catered sandwich by calling 472-2445 or emailing [email protected] There is a charge for the catered lunch. Directions to church: htm. Parking is EASY! Park in the Perry Brooks Building parking garage (1/2 block south of the church, just north of 7th St. on Brazos 6

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Sendera residents have an outstanding communication tool available to them but few ar Sendera residents have an outstanding communication tool available to them but few are taking advantage of it. Our very own web site offers a Message Board, an Events Calendar, a Resident Chat page, Classifieds, Bulletins, and many other subjects to choose from. Anyone can access Public pages but, to access the Resident pages, you must first complete a Login Request Form. Go to and click on Request Login. Fill out the form and click on Submit. Your Resident Login will be sent to you by the web master.


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Sendera Sendera Good Neighbor Etiquette Sendera Directory Submission Wanted We are fortunate in Sendera to have incredible diversity among our residents. Not only is there cultural diversity and chronological diversity, we are also blessed with a wide variety of skills and professions. It’s good to know that the lady across the street is a medical professional or the guy down the block is a great carpenter. I was really glad to know my next-doorneighbor is an occupational therapist when I fell off my bike and broke my knee cap. I credit her quick action with keeping me out of surgery. We would like to create a directory of residents with their special skills/professions and post it on the Sendera web site. Our community has so much to offer and this is just one more way we can connect with our neighbors. The Sendera Recreation Committee will put together the directory. You can list any skill, craft, business or service that you think may be of interest to other residents. If you make candles and fix plumbing, list them both. You just never know when someone will want pretty candles once that leak in the bathtub is fixed. To be in our directory, please contact [email protected] and/or [email protected]

Submitted by Vic Booth Every noticed how many people walk/bike around our neighborhood. Here are some tips to make Sendera a pedestrian/cyclist-friendly place. Take care of your front yard. Pull those weeds and edge the lawn. It makes the view a lot better. Trim trees that overhang the sidewalk. Detours onto the street are dangerous and ducking to miss branches throws off your stride. Keep bushes cut back, especially at corners, to provide a clear view of traffic. If you have any neighborhood etiquette tips, send them in to http:// (click the Request link) or by phone (toll-free) to 1-866-473-2573.

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Sendera Cub Scout Recruiting Coming to Area Schools Submitted by Charles Mead Families have as many choices as ever when it comes to spending their free time together. But few of those choices will offer parents fun for their children, while allowing mom and dad to get involved, too. Scouting can offer all this – plus access and opportunity to people and experiences that can help your child succeed in the future. The start of the school year is a great time for families who are interested in getting started in Scouting, as school districts across Central Texas offer “Join Cub Scouting Nights” at their elementary school campuses. “Join Cub Scouting Nights” offer families of boys in the first through fifth grades the chance to find out what Scouting is all about, and ask leaders questions. “Scouts get out of the house and have fun with friends,” says Capitol Area Council President, Winston Krause. “A child can try so many new things in Scouting, and moms and dads can be there with their children as they figure out what they like and what they don’t. The most important thing is that no matter what a Scout tries, he promises to do his best.” Scouting aims to serve families in many ways, now and in the future. According to research by Harris Interactive, men who were Scouts are more likely than men who were never Scouts to graduate from high school and college, earn a higher annual household income, value family relationships, have lifelong friendships and believe in helping others. “I like what they have taught my son, in teaching him how to be a leader,” says Sandra Conrad, mother and Scout leader. “He’s learned leadership skills and he has the tools and he can move forward from here.” Cub Scouts and their families can take advantage of the Capitol Area Council’s new 150-acre “Cub World” facility at Camp Tom Wooten, on the LCRA Lost Pines Scout Reservation in Bastrop. Every new Scout that joins this August or September will receive a free Pinewood Derby car kit courtesy of Gatti’s Pizza - and will be invited to an exclusive practice of the University of Texas Longhorn football team, hosted by former Scout, Mack Brown. For more information about Scouting or “Join Cub Scouting Night”, go online to and look for the “Join Cub Scouting Night” link on the home page. If you don’t see information for the Join Cub Scouting Night at your child’s school, contact James Johnson at (512) 926-6363 ext. 33 or [email protected]

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From Sendera Kitchens:



Architectural Control Committee Guidelines

Poppy Seed Honey Dressing from the kitchen of Peggy Scherr This dressing is for salads that combine greens and fruit or for use on the side with fruit salad. Shake in a jar with a tight-fitting lid until smooth: ¼ cup honey 3 tablespoons cider vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small shallot, minced 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon poppy seeds Salt and ground black pepper to taste Use immediately or cover and refrigerate. About 2/3 cup. Suggested seasonal fruits about 8 ounces each, Choose 3 or 4 from: Kiwis, peeled, cut lengthwise in half, and sliced Strawberries, hulled and quartered lengthwise Whole raspberries, blueberries, or blackberries Pitted sweet cherries Melon or watermelon balls Peach, nectarines, apricots, or plums, pitted and sliced Seedless red grapes, stemmed

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by Eric Steen, Architectural Committee Chair All improvements are required to have Architectural Control Committee (ACC) approval, but not all improvements are specifically covered in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (DCCR). To handle this the ACC provides guidelines to ensure that improvements made are tasteful, do not detract from the livability and/or value of our neighborhood, and are balanced with the needs and desires of the community. Exterior lights can add hours of fun to the warm summer nights, but please be considerate of your neighbors. Improperly used lights can light up your neighbor’s bedroom as well as your back yard. Exterior Lighting 1. Temporary holiday decorations/lighting are not considered an improvement and therefore do not require the AC approval prior to use. 2. The following are examples of what is considered permanent exterior lighting requiring pre-approval from the ACC: a. Backyard flood lights b. Walkway/driveway decorative or safety lights. c. Lampposts 3 Your planned exterior lighting improvement must be compatible 1. with the decor of our neighborhood. 42. The type of exterior lighting you are planning to install cannot (Continued on page 11)

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Sendera In the Garden

ACC - (Continued from page 10) be too bright for its intended use. For example, using the long fluorescent tube lighting for patio lighting illuminates more than the patio area and can be a nuisance to surrounding neighbors. 53. The number of light fixtures needed should be appropriate and directional lights, such as floodlights, should be properly aimed. Too many, or improperly aimed, light fixtures can also be a nuisance to surrounding neighbors.

Is Your Neighbor Getting the Newsletter? The new Sendera newsletter is being distributed to all of the addresses in the homeowners’ database. Do you know a resident that is not receiving their copy? Please let the editor know so we can ensure that the address we have is correct. Any name or address changes can be sent to [email protected]

It’s just too darn hot to be doing much planting in the garden. Unless you have new plantings that have to be watered more frequently, stick to a deep watering every five to seven days. Mulch all bare earth areas to help retain the moisture you put into the soil. Now is a good time to plan for the fall garden, which I think is the best time to garden in Central Texas. You can design new beds, have your soil tested, and check out information at gardening web sites like Central Texas Gardener (, The Natural Gardener (, and Zilker Botanical Garden (, and do it all in air conditioned comfort.

Spotlight Plant Rockrose (Pavonia lasiopetala) has a lot to offer the Sendera gardener. It does well in our shallow limestone soil, takes little water once established, blooms all summer, is winter hardy and qualifies for the Water-Wise Rebate offered by the City of Austin. What more can you ask. The one pictured here started as a 1 gallon pot last summer and is doing just fine even though it was covered in ice this winter. It gets full sun and the occasional taste of organic fertilizer. It can grow to be about 4’ X 4’ but a little shearing keeps it compact and blooming. You can cut it back by about 1/3 in late winter.


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Purpose The Sendera Newsletter is published monthly. It provides all residents of Sendera with information on activities that affect the Sendera neighborhood. The newsletter provides a venue for residents to share information, make announcements, express concerns and celebrate accomplishments. Content

a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, Inc. is looking for a few good women-who love to sing! Join us Monday's at 7:00pm at Manchaca United Methodist Church- Family Life Center FM1626 at Manchaca Road for a great time. Special Guest Night, August 13 Come and bring a friend and learn all about women's barbershop music. Call JoAnn at 512-255-5391 for more information or go to

• Anyone may submit an article for the newsletter. • Content must be relevant to Sendera and/or Sendera residents. • Articles should be submitted through the Peel, Inc. web site (www. • Pictures must be submitted in separate JPG files. • The deadline for submissions for the next month’s newsletter is the 5th of the previous month. • Articles may not be advertisements of material or services for sale (except for Teenage Job Seekers). • Articles should be “G” rated. • All articles are subject to editorial review.

Editorial Control • The Sendera HOA Board of Directors is the final authority on newsletter content. • A member of the Sendera HOA Board of Directors will serve as Editor in Chief of the newsletter. • The Board of Directors will appoint a Newsletter Editor to oversee the content of the newsletter.

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Sendera Sendera Owners Association, Inc. 2007 Operating Fund Budget provided by RealManage Revenue and Expenses REVENUES Assessments Assessment Allocation

$ $

321,948 (19,368)

Total Assessments



Other Income Late Payment Charges Late Payment Charges Waived Lawsuits Lien Filing Miscellaneous Income Other Income Pool Keys, Access Cards, Transmitters

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

12,870 (1,220) 504 2,925 5,473 775 175

Total Other Income






EXPENSES Operating Expenses Direct Operating Expenses Electricity Amenity Center Entryway Gas Landscape maintenance Contract Greenbelts and Parkland Materials Trees Pool Operating Expense Chemicals Contract Maintenance Lifeguards Other Permits Pool Director Repairs Supplies Repairs and Maintenance General Irrigation Other Expenses Access System Keys


$ $

11,000 2,081

$ $ $

110,211 4,005 3,513 2,515

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

6,747 8,394 18,300 860 440 3,199 6,703 321

$ $

5,927 5,027



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Taxes Real Property Telephone Amenity Center Trash Removal Amenity Center Water and Wastewater Amenity Center Irrigation







$ $

9,290 16,863



$ $ $

260 379 1,707

$ $

9,000 4,750

$ $ $ $

247 55 355 2,329

$ $

1,200 920

$ $ $ $

3,404 2,247 35,400 14,450

Total General and Administrative Expenses



Total Operating Expenses



Capital Expenditures (Non capitalized) Other Recreational Equipment

$ $

19,900 7,000







Total Direct Operating Expenses General and Administrative Expenses Professional Fees Accounting General Bad Debts Collection Expense Collection Expense Lien Filing Homeowner Activities Annual Meeting Board Activities/Mtgs Committees Social Events Homeowner Communications Homeowner Communications Welcome Package Insurance Directors and Officers General Property & Liability Management Fee Administration

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Sendera Texas Events - August

18-19—AUSTIN: Citywide Garage Sale Palmer Events Center. Email: [email protected] • 512/441-2828 23—ROUND ROCK: Field of Dreams Tasting Enjoy a grand slam tasting of fine wines and cuisine. Round Rock Express Ballpark. 512/327-7555 24—AUSTIN: Kenny Rankin One World Theatre. www. 512/329-6753 25—AUSTIN: Keep Austin Weird 5K & Free Concert Features one of Austin’s only evening runs combined with music, food and drink. Auditorium Shores. 512/448-2336 25—FREDERICKSBURG: USO Hanger Dance Hangar Hotel, 155 Airport Road. 830/997-9990 25-26—AUSTIN: Texas Bamboo Festival Celebrate bamboo with speakers, bamboo plants and crafts for sale. Includes presentations, demonstrations and educational information about bamboo. Zilker Botanical Garden. 512/929-9565 26—AUSTIN: Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival Amateurs and pros compete for bragging rights. Waterloo Park. www. 512/454-5766 26—AUSTIN: Guzman & Fox 512/3296753 28-Jan. 1—AUSTIN: Rehearsing the American Dream: Arthur Miller’s Critical Theater Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. 512/471-8944 30—AUSTIN: Guitars & Saxes 2007 One World Theatre. www. 512/329-6753 30-Sep. 30—GEORGETOWN: Will Rogers Follies Georgetown Palace Theatre. 512/869-SHOW 31—AUSTIN: Paula Poundstone One World Theatre. www. 512/329-6753 31-Sep. 1—HARPER: Frontier Days & Rodeo Features a parade, fishing contest, washer and horseshoes pitching, domino tournament, crafts, mutton busting and two days of rodeo and dancing. Harper Community Park. E-mail: [email protected] 830/864-4912 31-Sep. 2—KERRVILLE: Wine & Music Festival Features three evening concerts and two afternoon concerts by two dozen singer/ songwriters. Texas’ top winemakers offer tastes of their current vintage wines. Quiet Valley Ranch. 830/257-3600 31-Sep. 3—ROCKSPRINGS: Camp Eagle Classic Mountain Bike Festival Camp Eagle. 830/683-3219 Texas Events has been published with the permission of the Texas Department of Transportation. All events are taken in part from the Texas Events Calendar. All dates for events were correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.


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