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Occasional September 2017

Message From The Outgoing President, Bob Ruckman

As I remarked in my first Occasional article a year ago, Fall is a great time to be a resident of the District. Once again, as the weather cools down, more neighbors are out enjoying the beautiful neighborhood that we live in which is even more inviting than last year, with all of the work done on the sidewalks, trees and median by our Beautification Committee. What is surprising is that the coyotes must think it is a pretty nice neighborhood too, since they have not yet done their disappearing act and in fact have remained very active.

Occasional April 2017

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Message From The President 

After what seemed to be one of our shortest and mildest winters, we are enjoying the neighborhood trees and plants blooming again and everything looking green. Thanks to our Beautification Committee, everything should look even better this Spring with their new plantings, along with our tree trimming and sidewalk replacement programs that are being administered by Marilyn Waisanen, chair of the Beautification Committee.

Occasional October 2016

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Message From The President

Fall is a great time to be a resident of the District. As we get past the summer heat, more neighbors are out enjoying our beautiful neighborhood. I am one of those early morning dog walkers and it is amazing how many neighbors you get to know by walking our neighborhood.

The District’s annual meeting in September had a huge turnout and I think we have a great slate of officers and directors in place for this year.

Occasional March 2016

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43rd Annual Mother's Day Home Tour

"It's the most wonderful time of the year!" That famous line from a holday song could apply equally to the arrival of Spring and the upcoming 43rd annual Mother's Day Home Tour. The District is grateful to homeowners Lee & Bryan Jones, Sandra and Colin Fite, Michelle and Barry Lovalvo, Risa Weinberger and Mike Carleton, Louise and Tyler Bexley, Rev. Neal and Varita Michell for opening their homes and to Munger Place Church for opening the church sanctuary for the Tour.

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Occasional July 2015

 

SAHD Recognized At 2015 Preservation Achievement Award Ceremony

In a ceremony at the Scottish Rite Cathedral on April 8, 2015, the Swiss Avenue Historic District received a special tribute for its pioneering role as the first historic district in the City of Dallas. At the ceremony, David Preziosi, Executive Director of Preservation Dallas said "before the Swiss Avenue Historic District was established in 1973 it was almost destroyed by high-rise development and disinvestment.

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