The financial health and well-being of KNU is in jeopardy. KNU memberships are at a post-Covid low, and key board positions and committees need to be filled.
This is a call to action for Kessler neighbors. No increase in membership dues payers and no volunteers to fill key roles within the organization, translates to no lasting neighborhood association, removal of greenbelt features, limited grounds maintenance (mowing only), a lack of Conservation District reno and new-build oversight, affected property values, and a host of other implications!
What exactly does this mean for area residents?
No Conservation District oversight or guideline enforcement
No MOWmentum contracts or other co-op agreements with City of Dallas
No grounds upkeep, planting or tree trimming on 19 islands and medians within Kessler Park
No utilities or maintenance on common green belts
No beautification efforts or enhancements
No pet waste station supplies
No safety improvements, line of sight strides or repairs
No website, news or valuable resources at your fingertips
No community enrichment events
No District 1 advocacy or representation
No 501C3 non-profit standing
No Kessler Neighbors United neighborhood association!