Going on vacation and hate boarding your pets? Working long hours and unable to find the time to take your dog out for a walk? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! My name is April Cash I own a pet sitting/dog walking company called “Cuddles on Call,” located here in the Trailwood area serving customers in Raleigh, Cary, and parts of Garner and Holly Springs. I provide professional dog walking, in-home pet sitting, and pet taxi services for dogs, cats, birds, fish and other small pets. I am fully licensed, insured and bonded for your peace of mind! (more…)
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Following is a summary of the meeting from April 5, 2011 with the Raleigh Police at our annual homeowners’ meeting.
Last night at the Trailwood Hills HOA annual meeting, the Raleigh Police Department talked at length about the new Community Police Squad, as well as other concerns regarding our neighborhood. The following officers came to the meeting: (more…)
My husband’s grandma always said “Spring is sprung, the grass is ris, I wonder where the birdies is?” I’m just wondering where Spring is!! Regardless of the temperature outside, the calendar has told us Spring is here and the IRS is telling us taxes are due!
If you are like me, you are thinking about the spring cleaning you promise to do every year, and wondering where to put all that junk! You might also be scrambling to get your taxes done, and going through piles of paper that you kept around all year “just in case”. Many people make the mistake of just putting those unneeded papers in their garbage, not bothering to shred it, leaving themselves and their personal information available to some very crafty people. (more…)
It’s no secret that the City of Raleigh is growing—and South west Raleigh is a great place to live and a great place for citizen involvement.
The Wheeler Park Community/Neighborhood will host an organizational meeting on Thursday, February 24, 2011. The meeting will start at 7:00 pm and will be at Carolina Pines Park in the large meeting room. The purpose of this meeting is to address several topics and concerns. The following are some of the identified topics/concerns: (more…)
On January 31, 2011, a group of about 20 neighbors met at Carolina Pines Community Park to discuss recent changes to CAT bus routes 11 and 7c. The routes were changed at the beginning of the year and are having a negative impact on the Trailwood Hills community according to neighbors who live on Trailwood Hills Drive. (more…)
There is a meeting of the South West Citizens Advisory Council (SWCAC) on, February 14, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Carolina Pines Community Center, 2305 Lake Wheeler Road.
Not sure if you live (more…)
Last May we posted an update about creating a board of directors and organizing the Lineberry Alliance. Currently, we are just a loose association of neighborhood organizations and HOA groups that collaborate over email, share solutions to neighborhood problems, and connect with each other to swap recommendations, recipes, babysitters, etc. It’s been a few months since you’ve had an update on the organizational efforts. It’s time to share with you a draft of our mission statement, by-laws, and announce our founding meeting to be held on Thursday March 3, 2011. (more…)
As you may be aware, the City of Raleigh recently rerouted the public bus route that serviced our neighborhood, Trailwood Hills. The route now runs through our neighborhood on Trailwood Hills Drive and has several stops in our neighborhood.
There has been much concern over this new route with regard to (more…)
Tryon Road (SR 1009), between Lake Wheeler Road and US 70-401, is in desperate need of repair, widening, and realignment, to better serve the south west Raleigh community. In 2010 several groups in south west Raleigh have worked diligently in advocating for road updates, improvements and ultimately the realignment of Tryon Road and the replacement of Bridge 259. Advocates have been in front of the city council numerous times and several councilors and city staff have supported our efforts with a tremendous response to the needs in our community.