maintain and improve the quality of life for the
residents of Oak Highlands by providing social
activities and maintaining and increasing home
- Welcome To The Oak Highlands Estates
HomeOwner Association Website - -
a "Newcomer" or a long term resident in the
neighborhood--- we hope you will take the time
to visit all areas of the complete OHHA Web
Site at your leisure and convenience. We hope
you find it both a useful and convenient resource
to simplify your busy life.
encourage you to let us know if there are any
items you feel would be useful additions to
The wall repairs at the corner of Abrams &
Royal are almost completed. The last
item is the installation of wrought iron
fencing along the concrete wall on Abrams.
Thanks to all who participated in the
fundraising effort and to the wall committee
headed by John Wisz.
The Northeast corner of Royal & Greenville
is currently in the process of being rezoned
for approximately 44 high end zero lot line
homes. Based on an earlier proposal by
the developer the homes would range in size
from 2,800 to 3,500 square feet and would sell
for approximately $325,000 to $425,000.
More information will be forthcoming as this
matter goes before the Planning & Zoning
The slate of officers and directors for
the 2003-2004 Oak Highlands Executive Board is
almost complete. We currently have 2
positions open - Web Site Administrator & Lake
Highlands Area Improvement Association
Representative. Please see the March
2003 newsletter for more information.
and explore the OHHA web page for
important information on
the neighborhood and committee activities,
OHHA social events, fun
local activities, up to the minute news
and weather, your
favorite Dallas sports teams web site,
electronic copies of newsletters,
items for sale
(Check out the baby grand piano for sale) or lost
and found, local school and government
phone numbers and web sites and
interesting links to
other fun web sites.
The OHHA has become aware of a new chemical
collection center in our area. The
city of Dallas wants us to use it.
It's free and it's close. (The next closest
one is down on Stemmons and pretty far
away.) It's called HC3, located at 11234
Plano Rd., between Royal/Miller and Forest
on the east side of the street. Hours of
operation are: Tues. 9:00am-7:30pm, Wed.
8:30am-5:00pm; Thu. 8:30am-5:00pm; 2nd Sat.
of ea. month 9:00am-3:00pm; and, as of June
1st, 4th Sat. of ea. month 9:00am-3:00pm.
For more info, call: 214.553.1765.
You'll need to show your driver's license,
and they require a utility bill (phone,
electric, etc) to show proof of residency.
The OHHA will obtain a list of accepted
hazardous materials and post it to the Web
Page at a future date.
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light of recent events, many of us have chosen
to display our nation's flag. We thought it
might be helpful and interesting to provide
our members with a convenient and authoritative
resource dealing with proper "flag etiquette".
One such resource given to us by a neighbor
is located at the following web site . . .