Seasons Greetings

November 22, 2006 at 3:44 pm 2 comments

The Board of Directors of the Cedar Hill Public Improvement District #1 at High Pointe (HPPID) extends the warmest of Seasons Greetings to all our fellow residents in High Pointe. We sincerely hope that despite all the unrest and turmoil in The World this is a joyous season for your families and you. Take time to be together, enjoy the amenities of the season and give thanks to God for your countless blessings.The Board of Directors will not conduct regular meetings during the months of December and January. The next regular meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 8, 2007. Review the HPPID web site and BLOG periodically at www.highpointeinfo.org and https://hppid.wordpress.comfor updates, changes and other items of interest to High Pointe residents.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jill C.  |  December 11, 2006 at 12:24 pm

    And a blessed Advent season to ya’ll too! 🙂

    Reply
  • 2. Maggie Knedler  |  December 18, 2006 at 8:38 am

    This message is from a neighbor in the Meadows Phase 2 section of High Pointe.
    I thought it was important enough to add to our High Pointe Blog so that everyone can read it.

    Hello Neighbors,

    Just wanted to advise everyone that on last Saturday evening between 10:15pm – 10:30pm someone broke into my sister’s car parked in front of our house. We had just returned from shopping and she only came in for about 15minutes for her kids to use the restroom and get something to drink. They stole her purse and a shopping bag from the trunk of her car, which means someone saw she and I retrieve bags from her trunk. Sunday morning my husband found the shopping bag and its items along with her purse across the street from us in the alley and her checkbook and other items from her purse on Glacier. It appears that they ran across the street and dropped the items that they did not want, only keeping her wallet.

    This was such a shock to us because we would have never thought something like this could happen in our neighborhood. So, please be very careful especially at this time of the year.

    Reply

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