The Dallas Police Department is sponsoring a program for safe disposal of expired and unused medications this Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 10 am to 3pm. The closest locations to the Meadows neighborhood are the North Central Substation located at 6969 McCallum and the Northeast Substation located on 9915 E. Northwest Highway.
Got Drugs? Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal Saturday, April 27th, 2013, 10am-2pm. See below for the following locations in Dallas.
Waste Diversion Unit:
SouthWest Center Mall 3662 W. Camp Wisdom
Richland College 12800 Abrams RD
Fire Station #19 5600 East Grand Ave.
North Central Patrol:
NC Substation 6969 McCallum
NE Substation 9915 E. Northwest Highway
SE Substation 725 N. Jim Miller RD
SW Substation 4230 W. Illinois
NW Substation 9801 Harry Hines Blvd.
South Central Patrol:
Walmart 3155 W. Wheatland RD
Preston Hollow Elementary School Neighborhood Meeting:
Mike Morath, our DISD Board of Trustee, as well as biggest advocate and asset for our neighborhood school cause will be our speaker. Mike will discuss exciting new programs he will be implementing into the Hillcrest feeder pattern as well as steps we can do to make Preston Hollow Elementary School into a neighborhood school. Please remember, PHES already is an outstanding school!
This is a meeting you do not want to miss!
Please bring your neighbors!!
Date: Wednesday, April 3
Residence of Rackel/Himanshu Patel
Address: 6839 Pemberton Drive, Dallas, TX 75230
Time: 7:30 PM
Hi, Meadows Neighbors — There is a wonderful article on the Meadows neighborhood in yesterday’s Neighbors Go section of the Dallas Morning News. The Meadows was spotlighted as the safest neighborhood south of LBJ. We all already know how nice it is to live in the Meadows. Now it is nice that everyone knows.
In case you don’t get the DMN, here is a link that will allow you to read the article.
While I really appreciated the wonderful press the DMN gave us, I need to point out that I was misquoted while being interviewed I NEVER said that, before we moved to the Meadows, our neighborhood had “no cohesiveness” and did not say that there was “no crime watch and no patrolling”. Why would we have wanted to move into a neighborhood like that??? We knew from friends that lived here that this was a great area, we wanted to live near to the schools and we limited our search to the Meadows boundaries. We also knew that, in the years before we moved here, Tim Chapman, First Watch and the Crime Watch block captains had made a major difference in the safety of the neighborhood.
The Meadows has been a fabulous place to live from day one and, twelve years later, it just keeps getting better. It’s the neighbors who make the difference. We are glad that this is our home.