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  • Ask Yourself...How Can I Help?

    Published Date: September 06, 2016

    The three committees of your Cross Oak Ranch HOA need volunteers willing to give a little time to help keep our community a great place to live. Actually, not very much time is required over the year and it can be fun to meet your neighbors! New volunteers along with the current members of these committees are both needed to sign up in order to carry on with supporting our community.

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  • Accepting Candidates For Open Board Positions

    Published Date: August 31, 2016

    Currently the Board has two open positions on the Board of Directors. If you would be interested in serving on the Board, please complete and return the attached candidate form to Lucy Rodriguez at lucy@essexhoa.com. The Board will be accepting applications for one week from the date of this e-mail. Once the application process closes a meeting will be scheduled to conduct the interview and appointment process. Should you have any questions, e-mail Lucy Rodriguez at lucy@essexhoa.com.

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  • Construction Update – Lakeside Pavilion

    Published Date: August 18, 2016

    A new contractor has been chosen and the repair work on the pavilion should begin shortly. For your safety, please stay clear of the construction area while repairs are underway. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but, the safety of our residents is of the utmost importance.

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  • Helpful Hints in Watching for Snakes

    Published Date: June 28, 2016

    Keep children and pets in your sight at all times. Keep doors into your homes closed at all times. Be aware of your surroundings at all times and keep a constant watch inside and outside your home. Keep in mind that snakes will usually try to escape to the nearest cover, so try not to stand between them and bushes or other cover. When startled, some snakes will flatten their heads and puff up to make themselves look more intimidating. A snake may also act defensive or try to strike when cornered, so give it space! Releasing a smelly musk and striking are a snake's only defenses so distance between you and the snake is recommended. Some non-venomous snakes will rattle their tails when they feel threatened -- this can sound like a rattlesnake if they are in dry leaves. Click Full Story for more information.

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  • Recycling Used Motor Oil and Other Pollutants

    Published Date: June 28, 2016

    Did you know that used motor oil never wears out? It just gets dirty and can be recycled, cleaned, and used again. Motor oil poured onto the ground or into storm drains, or tossed into trash cans (even in a sealed container) can contaminate and pollute the soil, groundwater, streams, and rivers. Contact your waste management office for information on where you can recycle liquids and solids.

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  • New Middle School Construction Started

    Published Date: April 20, 2016

    We wanted you to know that new ground has been broken in the construction of a new middle school on Martop Road across from the Cross Oak Ranch community.

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  • Year-Round Lawn Maintenance Tips

    Published Date: September 01, 2015

    As you know, weeds can invade and thrive in all types of environments. The first step in controlling these weed pests is to correctly identify the weed and then determine a proper control strategy.

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