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Book Exchange Has Permanently Closed

The community book exchange held its last exchange on Wednesday, March 30, 2016. The book exchange was originally organized from the Good Neighbors group, but eventually was run completely by Catherine Rendahl. Rendahl began hosting the exchange on her front porch starting in June of 2015.  Eventually she had so many books that she decided […]

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Who Controls the City Marshal?

A dramatic episode has erupted on social media regarding an invitation to the Sandy Oaks City Marshal, Jesse Gutierrez.  The invitation was sent by Catherine Rendahl, who helped organize the Good Neighbors group, and invited Gutierrez to come speak to the group. The people upset about the invitation include Gutierrez’ wife Heather Leal, Alderman Micki […]

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Community Book Exchange Started

A book exchange has been started in the City of Sandy Oaks. The first exchange was held on June 27, 2015 at the home of Catherine Rendahl. Rendahl is one of the organizers who helped create the Good Neighbors group, an organization in Sandy Oaks with the goal of building a stronger community in the […]

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The Good Neighbors

Catherine Rendahl, one of the organizers of the Good Neighbors group, submitted the following article with regards to the new community organization in Sandy Oaks. We have had two community meetings thus far, and both have been successful.  At the first meeting, we were able to start identifying issues of interest to our community that […]

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New Community Group Forming

A meeting was held on May 6, 2015 at the WPPOA clubhouse for the purpose of starting a new community centered organization inside Sandy Oaks. The event was organized by BJ Gillespie and Catherine Rendahl.  The 2 obtained access to the WPPOA clubhouse from Jim Clement, who claims to be the WPPOA president and has […]

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Poor Turnout at Animal Control Hearing

On March 28, 2015 the City Council held an Animal Control Hearing at the WPPOA clubhouse. The meeting had originally been planned at a prior City Council meeting to be be an Animal Control Workshop.  At that same meeting, Mayor Clement was tasked to hold a public hearing on fireworks. Clement has not yet planned […]

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