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Upcoming Events
Bulk Trash Pickup is the week of January 18th
Bulk trash may only be placed street side beginning Friday, January 15th after 5pm and before 7am Monday, January 18th. In consideration of your neighbors and to avoid a fine from the town, please keep your brush and bulk trash out of sight until then. For Bulk Waste code violations, contact Code Enforcement Officer Robert White at rwhite@fairviewtexas.org or call 972-886-4223.  
Book Club - Zoom
The Oakwood Book Club will meet next at 7PM on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 via Zoom. Lynda Moneta will lead the discussion of American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins.  Everyone interested in attending should contact Jerrice Pratt at 432-559-9720.  The Zoom meeting information will be sent out in early January.
Coffee and Lunch Bunch
The monthly Oakwood lunch and coffee are canceled due to COVID until further notice.
Book Club Documents

The next Oakwood Book Club will meet at 7:00 pm, November 11, 2020 at the home of Lynda Moneta. Amy will lead the discussion of The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah. Contact Jerrice Pratt, 432-559-9720, jerrice.pratt@gmail.com with questions.


2020 Book Club Selections

Past Selections and Books Not Chosen YTD


Please contact Jerrice Pratt - jerrice.pratt@gmail.com for more information.

Town of Fairview News
Special Council Meeting
At the December 9th Special Town Council meeting the Council discussed possible changes to Town Ordinances regarding erosion control and mitigation along Sloan and Wilson Creeks, stormwater run-off, underground water seepage, and standing water within Fairview.  Following several hours of discussion, the  Town Staff was tasked with drafting new ordinances.  Watch the Town’s website for upcoming meeting agendas addressing the new ordinances.  Any new ordinance could add additional requirements and costs to outside construction projects including building sheds, sport courts, or other projects.
If you live along the Sloan Creek that winds through Oakwood please note that your property line runs to the middle of the creek making the creek bed your private property.  As the property owner you have the responsibility for the erosion control because the Town cannot spend public funds to improve private property.  However, the Town Engineer can provide ideas on how a homeowner can control the erosion.
Senator John Cornyn recently authored a water infrastructure bill that passed 20 Texas priorities. Item 11 of the bill requires the Secretary of the Army to provide a written status update on efforts to address flooding at Wilson Creek and Sloan Creek in Fairview, Texas.  So, the flooding issue will be studied but no federal funds have been appropriated.
Internet Outage Reminder
If you experience an Internet outage report the outage to your Internet service provider and then send an email to Assistant Town Manager, Adam Wilbourn at awilbourn@fairviewtexas.org. Watch the Town’s website for meeting schedules about the Internet service issues.
Our Town Council members are very engaged with citizens and their concerns.  If you have questions, comments  or suggestions on drainage or Internet service do not hesitate to contact them.  Their email addresses are listed in Town Contacts at the end of this newsletter.
Fairview Alarm Permits Renewal January 1st
Your home security alarm system permit renews every tear on January 1st.  Renew your permit online at www.FairviewTexasAlarm.com. 
2021 Town Council Election Applications
The Mayor and Town Council seats 2,3 and 5 are up for election on May 1, 2021.  If you are interested in running you may pick up an application at Town Hall beginning Monday, January 4, 2021.  Applications may be submitted from January 13, 20101 until the closing on February 12, 2021 at 5PM.