A Note From Your Park Glen
President by James Hill
Park Glen Annual Elections and Neighborhood Meeting
The Voices We had a great annual meeting! It was great to see familiar faces and all the
new residents to Park Glen!
of We did not make quorum with 10% of all eligible households voting. We will
hold another vote count in SEPTEMBER 16. If you did not vote its imperative
you do using the online tools at www.parkglen.org, faxing, scanning/emailing,
US Mail, or dropping your proxy off in person.
If you have already voted thank you!
Mission Statement: Many of you may not be aware of the voting process here in Park Glen. Our
Achieving positive bylaws require at least 10% of eligible voters submit their proxy vote before a
changes in our community quorum is met and all elections, budgets, and family events can start back up.
Every year this has been a problem and in the past we only had the paper
through communications, forms which made it more difficult to vote.
enhanced curb appeal,
We now have the opportunity to change the process and you can proxy your
· Voting Online www.parkglen.org
· Fax (972) 591-5625
September 2011 ·
Scan and Email: email@example.com
US Mail: 5751 Kroger Drive, 240, Keller 76244
· In Person Drop Off: 5751 Kroger Drive, 240, Keller 76244
TO ADVERTISE IN With all the additional options we need to get Park Glen voting! As we make
THIS PUBLICATION adjustments to the voting process so it’s easy on all the residents, we’ll keep
you informed via the newsletter, Facebook, and the website. In the meantime
visit: please place your vote with one of the options above… If you have any
www.impactpro.biz questions contact the Property Manager at (817) 337-1221 or
(817) 337-7333 ALL PROXY’S MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
Once quorum is met we’ll post the results on the website, in the newsletter
and on Facebook. Please place your vote!!!
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Park Glen Neighborhood Association
2011-2012 Slate of Candidates
Name: James Hill Board Position seeking: President
I have been a resident of Park Glen for the past nine years. Volunteering is an important aspect in serving our community.
Currently I am the President of Park Glen HOA and co-chair for the ACC Committee. Over the years I have enjoyed working with
the residents and helping make sure Park Glen remains a great place to live. I am seeking this position on the Park Glen Board to
continue serving the homeowners in Park Glen and organizing community events that make a difference for all of us.
Name: Ted Hargett Board Position seeking: Vice President
I am an 11 year resident of Park Glen. I have served as Vice President of the Park Glen Board of Directors previously, along with
serving as the Special Projects Chair person for the board for several years. I have two boys, Keaton and Weston, we enjoy to
comforts of "small town living" in park glen. I volunteer for several organization that serve children. I have built two strong
companies that employ 25 plus people in North Tarrant County. This level of dedication will transfer to help park glen continue
to grow strong and be North Tarrant's premier neighborhood.
Name: Sian Vrana Board Position seeking: Secretary/Tresurer
I am running for the position of Director for Park Glen Neighborhood Association Board. My experience within the community
has been several years of Park Glen Social Events and building local business relationships. Past activities include PTA leadership
rolls along with serving on the board with the North East Chamber of Commerce. My family and I have lived in Park Glen for 17
years and have enjoyed the community and all it has to offer. Please consider voting for me, in the 2011-2012 annual elections.
Name: Benjamin Alderson Board Position seeking: Director
Benjamin Alderson has been a Park Glen resident since 2006, and has served as a volunteer on the Architectural Control
Committee for nearly all of that time. Benjamin became the chair of the committee and joined the PGNA Board in the last year
and has volunteered his time at social events and helped plan and execute improvements to the neighborhood. In the next
year, he plans to coordinate the Neighborhood Trees Program, adding up to 150 new trees to Park Glen. Benjamin also
contributes an article to the monthly Newsletter related to ACC issues. Since joining the Board, Benjamin has worked to
streamline the ACC approval process, refine the "Bulletins" (aka Amendments) to the Deed Restrictions to make them easier to
understand and follow, and has created FAQ-style documents and "Style Guidelines" for common improvements.
Name: Phil Grantham Board Position seeking: Director
My name is Phil Grantham, my family and I have lived in Park Glen for 10 years. I am excited to put my name forth for a Director
position on the Park Glen Board. I have volunteered for the VA and the DVA for several years. I am a former Marine and Disabled
Veteran myself; which allows me to understand the need of volunteering to be a greater part of your community. Please take a
moment and vote during this upcoming election.
Name: Bob Kilburn Board Position seeking: Director
I am Bob Kilburn I have enjoyed being a resident of Park Glen for the past 8 years. I live here with my wife Deanna and our 3
Children Matthew, Hope & Christian. We are a Scouting Family. Our boys are both active in scouting. They belong to Boys Scout
Troop 205 & Cub Scout Pack 205 whose Charter Organization is Alliance United Methodist Church right here in Park Glen.
Deanna and I are both involved with the Pack and the Troop as Adult Volunteers. We enjoy participating in all the Scout
Activities in our neighborhood. I look forward to building stronger ties between our community and the Scouting organization.
Name: Daniel Nieboer Board Position Seeking: Director
I have been a Park Glen resident for 5 years. I have been a teacher and coach at both Fossil Ridge High School and Central High
School and have had a lot of interaction with the people of the Park Glen Community in their involvement with their children's
extracurricular activities. I have also, on several occasions, served at Fellowship of the Parks Church, which is the church home
of many of Park Glen's residents. I would like to take the next step in getting involved and serving our community with hard
work and plenty of ideas and look forward to the opportunity.
VOTING HAS BEEN EXTENED TO SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
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Neighborhood Litter Stomp Neighborhood Litter Stomp was born. The Tarrant Regional
Water District is holding the Trinity River Trash Bash on this
day, and we are helping their efforts since any trash you see
Please mark your calendars to participate in the on the street eventually makes its way into our creek and
Neighborhood Litter Stomp on Saturday September 17th river beds after it rains.
from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Grab your family, friends and Also please be aware that the Trinity River Environment
neighbors and register your neighborhood to receive cleanup Education Society (T.R.E.E.S.) in conjunction with WFAA is
supplies to help rid your neighborhood of unsightly litter - holding a video contest called “Believe in the Trinity”. Check
you supply the volunteer power - http:// out their spot on WFAA (http://www.wfaa.com/good-
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neighborhood is fairly clean or you don’t have a group, please Society—125485268.html). Simply submit a 60 second home
consider joining one of the other cleanup groups listed on the video on combating litter and illegal dumping; the winner will
website. A city staff person will be in contact with you after receive a $1500.00 cash prize, and be featured on WFAA!
you register. Entries are due Friday, September 23, 2011.
Last spring after the Cowtown Cleanup many volunteers It takes all of us to combat litter and help keep Fort Worth
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Property Modification Approval Request Form for
Existing and New Modifications Page 1 of 2
1. ABOUT THE RESIDENT(S)
Address Phase: Lot: Block:
Phone(s) Best time to call
2. ABOUT THE PROJECT
Proposed start date Proposed completion date
Describe the nature of the project (attach pages as necessary)
Location (attach sketch/drawing)
Dimensions Distance from fences and easements
Colors What impact will this have on your neighbors, if
Builder Other (specify)
Project already started Project already completed
3. ABOUT THE REQUIREMENTS
YES NO N/A
I/We have read the appropriate Deed Restrictions
I/We have obtained a building permit (attach copy)
Copies of applicable permits must be provided to the committee; until received,
applications requiring permits will carry a condition requiring the submission of permits.
This project will require fence removal (if yes, inform Association Manager)
Completed project will be visible from the street
Include a plan view or plat drawing to scale, and any other supporting documents that explicitly project location. Include
multiple perspectives if helpful. Specify distance from fences, easements, other structures and neighboring properties.
Also include blueprints and rendering, pictures, or drawing of the finished product. Specify any that apply: Construction
and finish materials, including color, siding, stain or paint colors (include name brand, color number and color chips),
masonry type (i.e. brick, stone, etc.) drainage plan, plant sizes and types, electrical or plumbing, wood type. Include
rendering or picture (designating colors and materials) of finished projects. Specify impact on neighbors both during
construction and after completion.
As each of us bought our property, we agreed by our signatures to abide by the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and
Restrictions (a.k.a. CCRs or Deed Restrictions). The Deed Restrictions protect our property values by keeping the
community a highly desirable place to live. ACC (Architectural Control Committee) approval must be obtained prior to the
start of your project. To avoid delay, make your request as complete as possible and type or print legibly. Incomplete
requests will be returned for additional information. Incorrect information or changes made after approval invalidates
approval. The ACC tries to assure that all changes to our properties conform to the appropriate Deed Restrictions. Thank
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The day our Neighborhood of the street so I didn’t hear him - were true all-stars out
I remember watching Ryan’s father, Jeff, out on the field
became a Neighborhood performing, too. Like me, it was Jeff’s first high school
football game as a parent. But unlike me, he didn’t watch
By Dave Lieber the game from the luxury of a 50-yard line seat. Instead,
Voluntary Volunteers Coordinator Jeff moved the bigger musical instruments on and off the
field at halftime. He also handled tickets, sold concessions
Fifteen years ago this month, our neighborhood of Park and administered first aid.
Glen became a real neighborhood. Although the “It was wonderful,” Jeff said later. “It’s impressive to see
how hard all the kids work. How it all comes together.
neighborhood was already nine years old at this point, this
event in the year 1996 solidified it. When I was in high school, I never appreciated it. Now I
At least for me. appreciate it.”
Can you guess what it was? That almost-forgotten Friday night in 1996 meant that
*** true Friday night lights came to our neighborhood. It also
The landmark event was, in my opinion, the first high meant that, finally, our neighborhood became a true
school football game played at the new Fossil Ridge High neighborhood. We had our own high school. We had our
School. Now remember, this was long before Central High own place to go in Friday nights to celebrate the activities
opened. So Fossil Ridge was our first true community highof our children.
school. Park Glen has never looked back.
Until then, PG kids went to Keller High. Although Fossil ***
Ridge existed within Keller High for a short time before Psst. Can you donate 20 minutes a month to the Park
moving into the new building, it wasn’t the same. Glen community? The neighborhood association has lots
My daughter was a freshman the year the new school of fun volunteer jobs. And a hour every three months is
opened. And on that first Friday game night in September usually enough to get involved.
1996 the Panthers played its first game. If you can, send me an e-mail with your contact
information. What do you like to do? I’ll pass it on to my
First, let me get the minor detail of the score out of the
way. Ennis High School won 49-6. pals at Park Glen World Headquarters. My email is
No surprise there. email@example.com. Or fill out the volunteer form
The Ennis Lions have played varsity football since the at www.parkglen.org.
1920s. That’s seven decades! The way I saw it, the Lions ###
scored 7 points for each decade of playing time. Dave Lieber, an 18-year Park Glen resident and The
The Panther’s first touchdown came on running back Watchdog columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, has
Stephen Blackburn’s 2-yard plunge across the goal line. a new book out called Bad Dad. Find out if Dave is actually
But the score was the least important part of one. Read Chapter One for free at BadDadBook.com.
the night. The atmosphere was worthy of the
grand debut. The far grandstands were filled with
hundreds of students who stood most of the Ready for Dave Lieber FUN?
game. These younger students - there was no Park Glen resident and Star-Telegram columnist
senior class yet - knew the score didn’t matter. Dave Lieber speaks to clubs, businesses,
The game itself was a long-anticipated victory. church groups and others.
Parents from our street were there to see their
children perform on the field, either as members
of the Sun Dancers Drill Team or the Panther
Bring him to yours.
The sweet-sounding Panther Regiment was an
unexpected highlight of the night. Their version of
the national anthem was Super Bowl quality.
Of course, I was biased. Two teens on my block -
Jason, the French horn player who practiced by
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The City applied for the following
Safe Routes to School James Hill & Susan Kenney improvements:
REPRINT Pedestrian refuge in the middle of Park
Summer is already here! I hope most of All parents of each school were invited to Vista Blvd. at Ash River, Redwood Trail,
you already have your summer plans in give their input in the survey and at the and Glen Canyon (which is a swath cut
motion and are able to enjoy the activities public meetings. The online survey through the median that is flat and a hard
that come with it. This month I have a showed that for all schools combined surface instead of curb and grass).
very important topic to talk about - our 66.8% of the parents were concerned
children’s safety here in Park Glen. with the Safety of Intersections and Bike Lanes on Redwood Trail and
crossings. Parkwood Hill Blvd.
Some of you may be aware of a program
called Safe Routes to School (SRTS) THE TOP SIX (6) CONCERNS OUT OF THE We have been working with the City to
getting started here in our community for PUBLIC MEETINGS find solutions for the safe crossing of Park
Park Glen Elementary, Parkwood Hill Vista and the slowing of the speed. Safe
Intermediate, and Hillwood Middle School. Speed of Traffic all along Park Vista Blvd. crossings are very important because if a
Safe Routes to School is a federally funded (between Basswood and North Tarrant person is hit by a car going 40 mph they
program which provides the opportunity Pkwy) needs to be lowered, it’s too have an 85% chance of being killed or
for funding to communities that have dangerous seriously injured.
completed a Safe Routes to School Plan.
The purpose of the Program is to make it Crossing Park Vista needs to be made There is a potential option to further
safer for children when walking or safer during and after school hours, it’s enhance the crossing of Park Vista Blvd.
bicycling to and from school and to too dangerous (crossings at Glen Canyon, with a raised crosswalk as part of this
encourage physical activity during school Redwood Trail, and Ash River) project. The City is interested in feedback
hours. This is done through improving from the community. The picture below
facilities and to provide encouragement Speed of Traffic and crossing of Redwood shows a possible raised crosswalk which
and educate children on walking and Trail is too dangerous could perhaps be placed on Park Vista
bicycling safety. Blvd. at Ash River, Redwood Trail, and
Bike Lanes should be added to Park Vista, Glen Canyon. The speed to go over the
You may be wondering why we’re talking Redwood Trail, and Parkwood Hill Blvd. raised crosswalk would be most likely
about now since we’re in the middle of between 15 and 25 mph. The raised
summer? Well these things do not Crossing at Park Vista and Ash River crosswalk shown below is at 3001 Forest
happen overnight, so we are asking for needs to be improved, it’s too dangerous Park Blvd. in Fort Worth in front of
your support and participation as the Paschal High School. Please send
2011 – 2012 school year starts to Improve traffic circulation getting to and feedback on the proposed raised
round the corner. from Central High School – Ray White & crosswalk to email@example.com.
Kroger intersection needs improvement
The Parent Teacher Association (PTA’s) and alternatives for traffic circulation. The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Plans
of the three schools joined together to can be viewed on the PGNA website at
form one Safe Routes to School The Committee completed the Plans for (www.parkglen.org). We have also posted
Committee which included each school in July 2009, and the City of a video on The Villages of Park Glen
representatives from the School PTA’s; Fort Worth applied for the federal funds in Facebook site so you can see one of the
School Principals; Keller Independent November 2009. In June 2010 the City proposed designs.
School District; City of Fort Worth was awarded the federal funds for our
Transportation and Public Works Dept., program which is approx $366,000. In Please watch for more communication
Police Dept., Crossing Guard Supervisor, the fall of 2011, the City will be sending about this program in the PGNA
and Community Relations Dept. The out for proposals for an engineering firm newsletter / website in the coming
schools worked together on their Safe to do the design. They will be working on months, and “Like” The Villages of Park
Routes to School Plans, since future the design during the fall and will hold a Glen on Facebook to keep updated with all
improvements could benefit all three public meeting in the fall or early winter for the activity in Park Glen and surrounding
schools. comment. The main concern of the area.
The SRTS process started in the spring of parents in our survey and public meetings
2009 and input from the parents of each were the crossings of our streets and the I hope you and your family have a fun and
school and the community were gathered speed of the cars on the roadway. Park safe summer, and if you have any
through an online National Safe Routes to Vista Blvd was a top concern for crossing. concerns or comments please let me
School survey and from two public know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
meetings held at the end of May 2009.
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