From Anthony Clark:
Morning neighbors! On my way out of the neighborhood this morning I saw three peacocks on the corner of Main & Latimer. As I was taking the photos a city bus zoomed by. I called the Mayor’s Action Center and they are going to try to route it out to the appropriate person – whomever that may be. If you know anyone in or around the neighborhood that has peacocks please spread the word that they’re in danger.
It’s finally out! The website of This Old House has released its feature on “The Best Places to Buy an Old House”, and there we are! Profile 11 of 14 in the Midwest catagory!
Brady Heights is also listed among the best places for Craftsman Homes, Bargains, First-Time Buyers, and City-Slickers.
Congratulations to George Aveilhe for not only being quoted in the article but for taking a lovely photo as well!
What an honor to be showcased among so many beautiful neighborhoods!
Make plans to attend this month’s neighborhood association meeting, Saturday, June 21st at 10am. The association’s monthly meetings are held at Centenary United Methodist Church at the corner of Golden and North Denver. Please enter through the South door.
At the meeting we will learn about “Green Collar” homes. A Green Collar home is an energy efficient home with a reduced carbon footprint that saves you money. Home energy costs run about $3000 per year for an average home, yet much of that is lost through inefficiencies. According to the EPA, for each $1 saved on annual energy bills, a home’s value jumps $10 to $25.
We’ll learn from Green Collar Energy about how investments to improve air quality, add healthy filters and seal ducts can cut your utility bills and add value to your home. Find out more at GreenCollarEnergy.com.
The June 2008 Brady Registar is now available online!
In this month’s newsletter, you’ll find information about our upcoming neighborhood directory, The Tulsa Craft Mafia, The new Blue Jackalope Grocery Store, and much more!
Visit the newsletter section of BradyHeights.org for past issues.
We have a pile of branches and cut logs in the back of the garden property that needs to be moved to the curb for the final round of storm pickup. This should be done by the end of the wkend to ensure that it is taken by the city. Could you take some time out of your schedules this wk to come over and move a few branches? I would also like to schedule an informal work day for this saturday at 9 to finish moving any branches that remain, but if everyone moves them before that date it will be unnecessary.
I would also like to do a real workday(funday) on the 28th from 9-12. We will do a cookout lunch after at the garden.