Catherine Logeman “Thanks” Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services and STAR Flight.
By SARAH DOOLITTLE, Four Points News
The Logeman family has much to be grateful for after their 10th grade daughter, Catherine, survived a cardiac arrest at the beginning of the school year. They hope their experience will encourage others to learn Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR.
The family is hosting a Community CPR Day in Steiner Ranch on Saturday, Feb. 23 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Towne Square Community Center. Lake Travis Fire Rescue (LTFR) will teach TAKE10 compression-only CPR classes every 30 minutes to anyone 13 and older.
Jennifer and Scott Logeman were both out-of-town on Aug. 17, 2018 — Jennifer with son Connor at his college in South Carolina and Scott with younger daughter Claire in San Antonio for a tennis match. Their 15-year-old daughter Catherine was home in Steiner with her grandparents “Mimi” and “Papa” and at 9:30 p.m. that night was enjoying a snack after a long day out on Lake Travis with friends.
The Steiner Ranch Master Association board of directors have been weighing in on the proposed Steiner evacuation route, although not all board members agree on the subject. That disagreement has contributed to a revision of the SRMA board member code of conduct and to the topic of board member dismissal.
As elected officials of Steiner, the board has been fielding some questions from residents about the proposed evacuation routes including F, which has garnered most of the attention from the community.
A petition is circulating against the proposed evacuation road “route F” in Steiner Ranch, which Travis County is also proposing to make into a permanent road.
By LYNETTE HAALAND, Four Points News
A petition entitled “Tell Travis County ‘no’ to route F as permanent road in Steiner” has gained momentum this week with nearly 650 signatures by late Friday morning.
It was launched on Sunday, Feb. 10 and had more than 500 signatures in less than 48 hours showing feedback against route F as a permanent road. The goal of the petition, located at www.change.org, is 1,000 signatures, according to the petitioner, who does not want to be identified. Continue reading →
River Place residents Chuck Reynolds and Kate Holloway, pictured at the head of their Cortana Ridge neighborhood, oppose River Place Limited District’s decision to charge a fee for the subdivision’s trail usage. Although the couple lives in the community, their home is located outside the boundaries of the Limited District and, once the fees begin March 2, will join other outsiders in the assessment. LESLEE BASSMAN
By LESLEE BASSMAN, Four Points News
River Place residents Chuck Reynolds and Kate Holloway moved to their home in the Cortana Ridge neighborhood a couple of years ago. Reynolds said he uses the local, renowned trail at 8820 Big View Dr. about three times a week, a practice he may need to end early next month when the River Place Limited District begins charging nonmembers $10 per person and $10 per pet daily on weekends to use the trails.
Cortana Ridge, as well as other neighborhoods within the northern section of River Place — mostly north of Merrywing Circle — are not part of the Limited District that was created in May, after the city of Austin fully annexed the subdivision Dec. 15, 2017. Aside from providing solid waste services to its members, the Limited District owns and maintains the subdivisions parks and nature trail, the result of a negotiation and agreement with city officials.Continue reading →