Welcome to the Stone Creek HOA Web Site!
The intent of the website is to keep you updated on the happenings of your Homeowners Association. This web site it intended only for the use of our members and the residents of the Stone Creek subdivision in the northwest portion of Omaha, Nebraska. The Association can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at PO Box 540365, Omaha, NE 68154. You can also contact any of the Officers and Directors directly.
|Stone Creek Proposed Cellular Tower Update Council Meeting Scheduled for ATTENDANCE NEEDED!|
Neighborhood attendance is needed at the
Omaha City Council meeting on
Tuesday, May 18, 2015
1819 Farnam Street
The City Council will decide the fate of the proposed cellular on 161st & Fort Street.
Stone Creek residents turned out for BOTH the Omaha City Planning meeting and the first Omaha City Council meeting. A comment was made from a couple individuals on the City Council about the large number of residence in attendance. Attending the upcoming meeting is important; let's fill the Legislative Chambers on April 21st. NOTE: The City Council meetings usually a lot quicker than the Omaha City Planning meetings. Please plan to attend; your attendance may make a difference.
The HOA is working with an attorney and request any correspondences to the Omaha Cit Council be consolidated through
Bennington has experienced rapid growth in the last decade and is projecting additional growth in the future.
This election will be one by mail-in ballots. Mail-in ballots will arrive on / around April 22nd. Completed ballots must be received at the Douglas County Election Commission by May 12th.
- April 23, 2015 is the last day for mail-in registration
May 1, 2015 is the last day for in-person voter registration
- May 12, 2015 is the last day for in-person voter registration
In the possession; NOT postmarked
- Verify that there are initials on an election official at the bottom of the ballot
- Use a #2 pencil or a black pen to mark the ballot
- Do not overvote, cross out or erase your vote or it will not be counted
- Each ballot with come with it's own return envelope, insert the ballot into the Return Identification Envelope and then completed, sign and seal the envelope. Only ONE ballot per return identification envelope will be accepted. If there are two adults voting in the household, return both ballots in SEPERATE envelopes. If both ballots are returned in one envelope (to save postage cost) BOTH ballots will not be counted.