Neighborhood News

Commissioner Cook Volunteers at 14th National Night Out at the Neighborhood Association of Southwestern Williamson County

NASWC held its NNO at Town & Country Park on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018

  • 8 August 2018
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 3016

Commissioner Cook is preparing hot dogs to serve the attendees.Commissioner Cook speaks to the attendees about fire safety while NASWC President Mack Sherrod looks on.Commissioner Cook and Constable Pct. 1 Vinnie Cherrone stand behind the makeshift jail front.

Members of NASWC must live in a home or condominium in the neighborhood bounded by Hwy. 183 to Parmer Lane and RM 620 to Anderson Mill Road.

To view more pictures of the NNO, click on READ MORE.

Commissioner Cook Joins County Engineer at Neighborhood Meeting

NASWC - Neighborhood Association of Southwestern Williamson County Meeting July 26, 2018 at Austin Vineyard Church

  • 30 July 2018
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 3056

Commisisioner Cook attended the NASWC Quarterly meeting where Terron Evertson, PE and Williamson County Engineer presented information on the following topics that were requested by the board and residents:

Forest North Drainage - past and future phases                                                                                             Commissioner Cook listens as County Engineer Terron Evertson talks to a NASWC resident seated behind him.

Road Projects near the area

Cambria Cave update (620)

County Engineer's roles and responsibilities

First Community Meeting Attended Jointly by Williamson County, City of Austin and Round Rock Independent School District Officials

The June 25, 2018, meeting addressed traffic hazards in the area

  • 2 July 2018
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 3322

Commissioner Cook talks to Nikki Gonzales, RRISD VP.Commissioner Terry Cook, representing Williamson County, joined Austin City Council Member Jimmy Flannigan and Round Rock Independent School Austin City Council Member Jimmy Flannigan speaks to the members of the HOA.District Board Vice President Nikki Gonzales at a joint community meeting to discuss traffic hazards in the Elsa England Elementary and Pearson Ranch Middle School area.

The purpose of the meeting was to obtain input from the community, discuss potential solutions, and identify possible resolutions to the situation before school starts. Many ideas and concerns were voiced throughout the meeting, with proposals and plans for some of the attendees to become more active in seeking solutions.

Commissioner Cook Speaks at the Cat Hollow HOA Annual Meeting

The meeting was held at the Brushy Creek Community Center on Wednesday, June 20, 2018

  • 28 June 2018
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 3668

Commissioner Cook is holding a map of road construction in the Cat Hollow neighborhood area as she stands in front of the Cat Hollow HOA residents and two board members sit behind her.Commissioner Cook addressed issues like the planned traffic lights at the intersection of O’Connor and Great Oaks and the chip seal resurfacing of the streets in the Cat Hollow, Meadows and Woods at Brushy Creek, explaining timeframes for repaving in the future. The residents also got a chance to discuss the new entrance signs to Cat Hollow and removal of trees.  

Cat Hollow HOA Board Members:

Graham Maxwell, President

Susan Ivester, Vice-President

Hillary Nichols, Treasurer

Malcolm Grey, Secretary

David Crow, Director

John Bernard, Director

J.R. Richardson, Director

Floyd Curio, Director

Robin Brown, Director

Commissioner Cook Asks for Volunteers for Pavilion Clubhouse in Round Rock

Pavilion Changes Lives of People with Mental Illness and/or Substance Abuse

  • 7 June 2018
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 4780

Logo of Pavilion clubhouse includes the words Pavilion and Round Rock.Commissioner Cook is actively supporting Pavilion Clubhouse in Round Rock. This organization is only eight months old. Pavilion is a place where people living with mental illness and/or substance abuse can work together and participate in their own recovery. The Clubhouse needs a little bit of time for their sustainability plan to take effect like any startup business. They have some grant proposals, such as one with the city of Round Rock, but those take a little time to get here.  Can you help right now with a little bit of your time? If so, please click on READ MORE for the information on volunteering at the Dell Diamond. You will also see a link to sign up. 

If you can help financially in this moment of need, please go to http://pavilionrr.org/support-us-donate to donate online or mail a check to: Pavilion, 4010 Sam Bass Road, Round Rock, Texas 78681. It doesn’t matter if it’s $20 or $200.


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