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2017 Board of Directors/Committee Selection

February 9, 2017

Announcements
Pool

BPSPA needs volunteers to join the Board of Directors for the 2017-2018 season. A successful pool season can only be maintained by the incredible volunteers for each position. It is a team effort, whereby you meet new people and ensure quality and growth of the pool surroundings. In addition, a year of free membership is offered after completion of an elected season. Election will be held at the annual general meeting in March 2017. The following positions need to beRead more

President’s Message

January 7, 2017

By Linda Collins

Announcements
President's Message

We ended 2016 with a great holiday party – food, drink and good fellowship. All will agree, we had a very good time. Many thanks to Kim Callahan for arrangements. Also, the Tree Festival in Exall Park was the best ever, with 13 entries in the contest, raising funds for park maintenance. Now it’s time to look forward to the new year. Keep an eye on the newsletter for upcoming important events. The newsletter is our best vehicle for communicating directlyRead more

Important Meeting

January 7, 2017

By Linda Collins

Announcements

Many of you have been adversely affected by the rowdy and outrageous behavior of some of the patrons at Sunset Lounge and Bungalow Beach. There has been a lot of activity in the background by community leaders (spearheaded by Brad Vance) in conjunction with the Melody Lewis, City Attorney, the DPD, and the Code Enforcement Department. Please come meet with the City of Dallas to discuss progress to date and future next steps. Date: Thursday, January 19th (6pm-7:30pm) Location: ClubhouseRead more

We Need your Opinion

August 5, 2016

Announcements

Elan Lights Before the City Council Many of you are familiar with the Elan Light, Phase II, development planned for Live Oak at Central. At last month’s City Council hearing, a group of residents at 3030 Bryan and the condos on Live Oak objected to the planned building height. Originally planned for 160 ft. in height, affected residents objected to the building’s potential to block their roof-top view of downtown. Since then, Greystar has redesigned the building to accommodate thoseRead more

Decision at General Meeting, May 19

May 5, 2016

By Linda Collins

Announcements
General Meeting

Many of you know that the Bryan Place’s Happy Shapes project for lighting under the bridge at Central has been delayed for several years. The latest news, though, is that the art will not be placed at its planned location under the bridge. Now we must decide whether we want the art relocated in Exall Park or whether we want to abandon the project altogether. Kay Kallos, Public Art Program Manager for the City of Dallas, will make a presentationRead more

President’s Message for May 2016

May 4, 2016

By Linda Collins

Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission - File a Complaint
Announcements
President's Message

Lots of residents have been disturbed by the shenanigans at Bungalow Beach and Sunset Lounge on Ross. Not only are the patrons loud and drunk in public, parking in our neighborhood, leaving behind bottles and other debris in yards, but they sometimes brawl in the street. Please know that I and several of the HOA area leaders, including Brad Vance, the editor of Nextdoor Bryan Place, are exploring what steps we can take to resolve this unacceptable situation. We’ll meetRead more

City explains 2016 ground Spraying Protocol for West Nile Virus & Zika Virus

May 3, 2016

By Gary Collins

Dallas City News - Fight the Bite
Announcements and Landscaping
West Nile Virus

Dallas – Ground spraying activities for mosquito control in the City of Dallas will be based on a positive West Nile Virus (WNV) mosquito trap result from a public health laboratory or a consistently high mosquito trap count as outlined under the City of Dallas 2016 Mosquito Control Plan. Additionally, localized spraying may occur if a confirmed human case of the Zika Virus is detected in the City of Dallas. The spray radius for the Zika Virus will be basedRead more

President’s Message – February 2016

February 7, 2016

By Linda Collins

Bryan Place Organization and Announcements
President's Message

There are many exciting things happening in and around Bryan Place. It may be that the City Lights retail development across from the Latino Cultural Center may materialize after all. Greystar has reacquired the space previously consolidated by Matt Malouf. We hope to arrange a meeting between the Board and Greystar representatives in March to learn what is now being proposed. But our understanding is that there will be retail space in the area. If the development is likely toRead more

President’s Message – January 2016

January 8, 2016

By Linda Collins

Bryan Place Organization and Announcements
President's Message

As we look forward to a new year, it’s appropriate to first thank all the Board Members of BPNA for making 2015 so successful. Every Board member is dedicated to you and freely gives their time to making Bryan Place an open and welcoming place to live. I am proud to serve with each and every one. 2016 will present some new opportunities and perhaps a few new challenges, but with your help and support Bryan Place will continue toRead more

President’s Message – December 2015

December 1, 2015

By Linda Collins

Bryan Place Organization and Announcements
President's Message

Joy and celebration are in the air around Bryan Place. There are several upcoming events that provide opportunities for us to share some time together and enjoy each other’s company. We are going to start off the season with our annual Holiday Party on December 6 from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. The food and beverages will be great, as always, and you’re invited to bring a favorite side dish or dessert to add to the bounty that’s being provided. TheRead more

President’s Message – November 2015

November 1, 2015

By Linda Collins

Bryan Place Organization and Announcements
President's Message

Members, we have had a great year so far. Despite the rain this month, we had a respectable turn-out for our October General Meeting. At that meeting, we passed the proposed changes to our Bylaws. They will remain posted on the website for your reference. Also at the meeting, Jose Ruiz, our neighborhood code oficer spoke to the neighborhood about his role in helping us keep the neighborhood clean and presentable. He reported that most of the neighbors have doneRead more

Halloween Safety

October 10, 2015

By Gary Collins

Announcements

Though there aren’t many youngsters in Bryan Place, we still get our share of trick or treaters from nearby neighborhoods. Therefore, we ask that you are extra careful when driving through our narrow streets Halloween night. Also, if you prefer not to have little ghost and goblins ringing your doorbell for candy, we recommend that you turn off your porch light. Have a safe and fun Halloween.