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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Hillcrest Village Green New Public Park Public Meeting

Thursday, November 8, 2018 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Campbell Green Recreation Center 16600 Park Hill Drive Dallas, TX

District 12 Councilmember Sandy Greyson, Park Board representative Rodney Schlosser, and Park and Recreation staff invite you to attend a public meeting to provide your input for a new public park planned for Hillcrest Village Shopping Center at Arapaho and Hillcrest Roads.

75248 For questions, please contact Richard Ritz at 214-670-4104

Click Here to download the Flyer (pdf)


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If you missed the October 16th meeting regarding the re-development of Hillcrest Village here is a link that provides information about the re-development plans.

Click Here to download the information presented at the meeting (pdf).

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Click here to download the flyer for additional information

A Tax Ratification Election for Richardson ISD will be on the ballot on the November 6 General Election Day. In an effort to inform our community about RISD’s Tax Ratification Election (TRE), we are reaching out to our Homeowners Associations in hopes that an RISD district representative or board member can attend and present TRE information at a meeting (board or general meeting) and that you’ll share this information (see the flyer) and scheduled TRE Information Sessions with your association or group. 

The following dates have been set for the RISD TRE Information Sessions:

Mon., Sept.  17           7:00pm            Richardson HS - Library

Tues., Sept. 25           7:00pm            Pearce HS - Black Box Theater

Tues., Oct.    2            7:00pm            Berkner HS - Lecture Hall

Sat., Oct.     13            9:00am            RISD Administration Building

I would be happy to speak to you and/or your association to give you information and answer any questions about the TRE. Please feel free to contact me at 214-682-8746.  You can find answers to many questions and more information on the district’s website at

Best Regards,

Kim Caston
Richardson ISD Board of Trustees 214-682-8746

Planning and Urban Design gave us the following two useful URLs.

The first one lists upcoming street repaving.   

The next one is a bit harder to use/follow, but it covers the proposed alley work.  

The alleys were the ones identified in the 2017 bond package.

Corridor Progress Report

The Corridor Progress Reports include details about each of the major projects that NTTA currently is undertaking. You can subscribe to receive any of the project e-newsletters or Corridor Progress Reports automatically each quarter.

NDNA Membership

If your homeowner's association would like to become an NDNA Member, just click here and find your homeowner's association and then complete the 2018 Membership Application.

If you were a member in 2017 and have not updated your registration by March 30th, 2018, you will not be able to visit the Member's Only web pages without updating your registration and paying the annual dues. Just log into the "Members Only" web and then click on Complete NDNA 2018 Membership Form or if you were the President or the NDNA Designated Representative you can easily update your Membership by clicking on the Update Your HOA Membership Information link.

Please save the date - upcoming NDNA Meetings:

  • Jun 5
  • Apr 19 or 12 (date yet to be finalized, to be a joint meeting with RANDCO, Northwood Hills and Valley View HOAs, to be held at Sunnyland Furniture store, the NW corner of Coit and Spring Valley)
  • Sep 19 (tentatively scheduled as a breakfast meeting, location yet TBD)

Unless otherwise noted NDNA meetings are held in the community room at the North Central Dallas Police station (Hillcrest and McCallum).

The programs for NDNA’s upcoming meeting are still being developed. If you have an idea for a meeting program please share it with us at:

Thank you for your participation!

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September 19th, 2018

Tarrant County Man Guilty in East Texas Armed Bank Robberies

A 58-year-old Fort Worth, Texas man has been found guilty of federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas. Wayne Alan Watson was found guilty of three counts of armed bank robbery today by a jury following a three-day trial. Details

August 31st, 2018

Dallas Man Indicted for Defrauding Low-Income Children’s Nutrition Program

A federal grand jury this week indicted a Dallas man for defrauding the Summer Food Service Program, a U.S. Department of Agriculture initiative that provides free meals to children in low-income areas when school is not in session. From June 2011 to October 2014, 42-year-old Michael Anthony Munson, founder of the Heloise Munson Foundation, allegedly submitted reimbursement claims for more than 1.4 million meals he never served, and received $2.5 million in undeserved compensation. Details

August 31st, 2018

Grand Jury Indicts Five MS-13 Members for Violent Robbery

Five members of MS-13, a violent criminal gang, are in custody today after being indicted by a federal grand jury. “MS-13 is one of the most ruthless gangs on the streets,” said U.S. Attorney Nealy Cox.  “This case – along with the eight MS-13 gang members we indicted earlier this summer -- underscores our commitment to dismantle this organization in and throughout our District and keep gangs from terrorizing our citizens.” Details

August 10tt, 2018

Indian Country Gang Dismantled

They called themselves the Red Skin Kingz, or RSK for short. And unlike most gangs on the sprawling Navajo Nation Indian Reservation that occupies portions of Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona, this criminal group was highly organized and extremely violent. Details

July 12th, 2018

Twenty-Five Individuals Charged in a Wichita Falls and Vernon Texas Drug Conspiracy

In a collaborative effort by the Safe Streets Task Force, to include agents and officers from the FBI and Wichita Falls Police Department, Twenty-two  individuals are in federal custody on a federal Complaint for a drug trafficking conspiracy. Details

July 12th, 2018

Business E-Mail Compromise: The $12 Billion Scam

Business E-mail Compromise (BEC)/E-mail Account Compromise (EAC) is a sophisticated scam targeting both businesses and individuals performing wire transfer payments.

The scam is frequently carried out when a subject compromises legitimate business e-mail accounts through social engineering or computer intrusion techniques to conduct unauthorized transfers of funds.

The scam may not always be associated with a request for transfer of funds. A variation of the scam involves compromising legitimate business e-mail accounts and requesting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or Wage and Tax Statement (W-2) forms for employees. Details

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