Next Neighborhood Meeting (with Gloria Reyes) and OCSA Board Meeting – Thursday Mar. 21, Alicia Ashman Library, 6:45-8:45 pm
Deputy Mayor Gloria Reyes will provide an update on the Tree Lane Family Apartments to our Neighborhood from 7-7:45 pm. After that, we will have our regular Board meeting until 8:45 pm. All Neighborhood residents are welcome to attend both or either event. We have the Community Room reserved at the Alicia Ashman Library from 6:45 pm, so if you can arrive early to help set up tables and chairs, that would be great! See you then!
The Oakbridge Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting will be February 28, 2019, from 6:30-8:45 pm at the Alicia Ashman Library Community Room.
The Oakbridge Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting will beFebruary 28, 2019, from 6:30-8:45 pm at the Alicia Ashman Library Community Room, 733 N. High Pt. Rd., Madison. We will have Alderman Skidmore, West Side police officers and Deputy Mayor, Gloria Reyes, speak. Continue reading
Present: Ron Hay, Abigail Darwin, Barb Prigge, Jeff Wilson, Nancy Kern, Brian Shah, Kraig Bodie, Katherine Holt, Richard Russell, and Mike Kern.
Board members attending: Abigail Darwin, Ron Hay, Jeff Wilson, Barb Prigge, Nancy Kern
Oakbridge Homeowners’ Association Meeting
Present: Ron Hay, Jeff Wilson, Abigail Darwin, Jordan Speicher, Katherine Holt, Barb Prigge, and Nancy Kern Guests: Brian Shah and Kraig Bodie.
Calling all rakers! Join fellow neighbors on Saturday Nov. 3 at 10:00 AM to help rake our common areas for the fall season. It’s a great opportunity to get some fresh air, meet neighbors, and help your community! Please meet by the Oakbridge sign (near the Tree Lane entrance).
Some items to bring:
- Leaf blower – if you can, it’s useful!
- Large bags – if you have them.
Meet on July 4 at 10:45a.m. by the Oakbridge sign!
Your children and grandchildren can show off their decorated bikes and wagons while dressed in their Independence Day colors as they are escorted by a Madison Fire Department Fire Engine for the neighborhood parade around Oakbrook. Bring your patriotic pups too! Participants are asked to gather at 10:45a.m. by the Oakbridge sign for the parade that begins at 11a.m.
Following the parade, join in the picnic, sponsored and hosted by the Neighborhood Association, that includes hot dogs, chips, lemonade, and freeze pops. Additional snacks and dishes to share are always appreciated! Have a favorite game? Bring it! Bean bag toss and ladder ball toss games will also be set up.
Our new neighbors are moving into the Heartland Housing building on Tree Lane this week! These families have children of all ages. Let’s help kids feel like kids while they adjust to their new homes by donating gently used children’s books. We will have a box for book donations at the picnic and will deliver the books to Heartland Housing later in the week. Your kindness may kindle a lifelong love for learning and reading for children in need!
We hope to see you at the upcoming neighborhood meeting.
Some of the topics to be discussed will be:
- Neighborhood Finances
- Architectural Review: Looking at changes in building materials that affect the deed restrictions.
- Get involved: We are hoping to find some more people who are willing to get involved with the neighborhood Board.
- A talk by Wendy Dalgety about what is happening in the real estate world right now.
Please RSVP if you will be attending and how many.