Cedar Hill Public Improvement District #1

High Pointe – A Proud Community of Cedar Hill, Texas

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  • 1. Adrienne Grier  |  October 26, 2006 at 7:00 pm

    At the Water tower station, Flameleaf and Tuley, a company called “Tree Service” is in the procss of cutting down trees. Would like to know what are the future plans for this location. The trees helps the area look more like a residental area instead of a City business.

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  • 2. Michael Quildon  |  October 27, 2006 at 1:57 pm

    Irrigation has been included and plants will be added behind the split rail fence. As those plants mature, the area will have a much “warmer” feel.

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  • 3. Tim Jones  |  February 19, 2007 at 1:45 pm

    I have some old fence panels that I need to dispose of. Can I place them with my trash?

    I seem to remember something about they need to be cut into smaller sections but not sure.

    Thanks
    Tim Jones

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  • 4. Michael Quildon  |  February 19, 2007 at 2:06 pm

    Mr. Jones,
    They may be too large to go out with the regular trash pickup. If so, you can utilize the new monthly brush pickup program. The city’s website has a link that will show when your neighborhood is scheduled for pickup.

    http://cedarhilltx.com/opencms/opencms/CitizenSupport/new_resident.html#_New_Service

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  • 5. ANONYMOUS  |  October 23, 2007 at 9:39 am

    I live on Grady Lane and Fuller in Cumberland at High Pointe, I guess we bought our house back in April, and at the same time someone bought the house next door, granted both houses were in a condition of a normal foreclosure, but we made it a point at our house to make our yard look decent and trimmed some of the trees, we are contemplating cutting them down, but basically the neighbor next door does nothing to their yard, they might cut it every one or 2 months, they do not trim their hedges at all, we call it the haunted house because thats what it looks like, there are web worms in their shrubs, they are migrating into my yard, ive already had to throw away a couple plants because of it, they are a breeding ground for bugs, what can i do about this, we pay so much for our house and to live in what we thought was a decent neighborhood, it just shouldnt be tolerated, and the owner is a teacher at the high school, go figure

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  • 6. hppid  |  November 6, 2007 at 7:43 pm

    Dear Anonymus,
    thank you for you comment!
    I would suggest that you call the Code Enforcement Departement of the City of Cedar Hill. You will find their phone number on the City of Cedar Hill webpage or the government pages in the phonebook.

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  • 7. Lee HIcks  |  August 17, 2008 at 1:27 pm

    I live on Wolfe St and some company has drilled 4 holes into my driveway, some holes in my grass and painted yellow spray paint over the holes. The holes and paint in the grass killed the grass in that area. I called the Water Company, Atmos Energy and ATT and no one seems to know who or why the holes and paint were placed there. My neighbor says they saw ATT the day of the drilling. How can a company come on to my property and damage it and not leave a note or something to let me know why they were there or when they will repair it. It has been 3 weeks now and I have no answers. Is this a normal process or can anyone advise why this occurred?

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  • 8. Marcus Jennings  |  November 13, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    I live on the corner of Straus and Morgan Circle, in the Cumberland at High Pointe. I received a letter a few weeks ago about extending the vinyl fence down Straus Rd, asking if I would be interested. I sent a couple of emails to inform them that I am interested, but I never received any response. Is there a phone number for me to contact on this?

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  • 9. hppid  |  November 13, 2008 at 3:32 pm

    Mr. Jennings,
    Our management company is in the process of collecting the responses. We will finalize plans over the next few months based on resident interest. Once a final decision is made, we will send additional notification the residents impacted

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  • 10. debra m Bowers  |  March 8, 2009 at 9:06 am

    Stepped out back door this morning prepared to pull ‘chic-weed, and found vinyl fence panel laying in the yard. I was not totally successful in getting it replaced securely.
    Please direct my email if I have directed incorrectly, used address noted on ‘Meeting Notifications (did’nt work for me)

    Thank You

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  • 11. Diann Robinson  |  June 29, 2009 at 1:08 pm

    What are the rules in regards to parking cars on the street in High Pointe. There are so many cars parked on the street I’m finding it difficult to drive down the street without playing its your turn to move with other drivers coming in the opposite direction! Some of my neighbors even have the nerve to park a mobile home, a large boat, and a huge company truck (a cable company) on the street. Please understand this is not an over nignt event, its daily. Thank you for any information you can give me.

    Thank You

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  • 12. Henry Horton  |  February 3, 2010 at 8:56 am

    Have there been any discussions concerning the still unfinished church building on Wintergreen? Is there anything that we, as a neighboohood can get the City to do about the situation?

    Thanks,

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  • 13. Michael Quildon  |  February 4, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    Mr. Horton, I believe mulitple churches and even a charter school have considered moving into that unfinished building. It is my understanding that financing has been a roadblock for all of the groups that previously showed an interest. I will forward your question to city representatives, but I think our best hope is to wait for an occupant with the means to complete the project.

    Michael Quildon HPPID

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  • 14. Margarette Hunt  |  March 1, 2010 at 9:01 am

    I live at the corner of Wolfe and Ridgecrest and a tree in my yard fell on the fence during the snow storm. I noticed you are putting fence panels up in the neighborhood. Is Wolfe St. on the schedule? I would like to buy a gate to match if it will be anytime soon.
    Thank you.

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  • 15. Jimeka Long  |  March 15, 2010 at 1:19 pm

    I am actually from a title company and we are the closing agent for the HUD property located at 1308 Fox Glenn Dr cedar Hill Texas 75104, we are trying to find out if this property has a HOA on it and to get the contact info the the hoa if there is one

    Thank you
    jimeka
    2142698230

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