May 2022 | HSBPOA


A word from the Horseshoe Bay POA

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Welcome May. This month brings us warmer weather, flowers in bloom and many celebrations to enjoy. The Horseshoe Bay POA respectfully greets all moms and we thank you for everything moms do to make our lives better. Happy Mother’s Day! 

We are excited to have a very active Board of Directors who have already set in motion different committees ranging from organizing special events to improvement projects that aim to maintain and upkeep our beautiful community. Our Planning and Projects Committee is in the process of accepting bids to enhance and restore a number of entrances into the different neighborhoods in Horseshoe Bay. The Board of Directors understand that this will take some time but we are eager and welcome the improvement. 

Another large commission on the way is the re-organization and improvement of mail boxes and kiosks for a more structured and effective mail delivery to our residents. Board Director, Yuki Ann Graves has volunteered to lead this re-organization and has already been working with our Post Master in identifying the issues and finding a resolution. We need your help! We are seeking community volunteers interested in a long-term commitment to work with Yuki as this project develops. Please send an email to We will have a special “Mail Call” section in the newsletter with future updates as they become available.

The latest on

this month's issue:

HSBPOA Board Message   1

Monthly Announcements


HSBPOA Helpful Tips          3

Community Corner     4

Question of the Month     5

May 2022 | HSBPOA

Monthly Announcements

The POA Office will be closed May 30th

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May Elections 


They will be held at the Oakridge Estate Community Center at 404 Lake Point Dr. Horseshoe Bay 78657. 


On Saturday, May 7th 2022 is the Uniform Election to include Statewide Constitutional Amendments and local elections which include the Llano ISD School Board and the Sunrise Beach Mayor and City Council. Early voting starts April 25th and ends May 3rd2022.


On Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 is the Primary Runoff Election with early voting

starting May 16th and ending May 20, 2022.

Friendly Reminders


Your POA is available to answer your questions and we also provide the following services:

Free notary service, by appointment.

Black and white copying $0.10 per page 

Color copying $0.25 per page 

Incoming Facsimile $0.50 per page

Outgoing Facsimile $1.00 per page

Please call your POA if you have any questions or if you would like to schedule notary service 830-598-8795.

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City Town Hall Meeting May 18th at the Yacht Club in the Ballroom.

3:00 PM 

Bingo is May 12 doors open at 6:00 PM at Quail Point Lodge 

The HSB POA phone book comes to an end!?

The POA is about to start wrapping up our phone directory for this year so if you need to update your information make sure you give us a call!

ALSO!! Advertisements is how we keep the phone book in circulation for MEMBERS so if you could help us by telling your favorite business 

about our Phone Directory! With over 7,000 Horseshoe Bay POA Member's their Advertisement will not go unnoticed! 

Give us a call at: (830)-598-8795

On behalf of the LCRA we are notifying all residents who reside near Lighthouse Drive that work is starting! 

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May 2022 | HSBPOA

Horseshoe Bay POA Helpful Tips


Many of us utilize different social media outlets to connect with friends and stay connected with the community. These apps offer you a direct connection to your neighbors in which you can recycle your used boxes and wrapping paper. Facebook has Marketplace in which you can add a post to either sell or give away your packing materials. NEXTDOOR is another popular app in which you can let your neighbors know what you have available and help you get uncluttered. 


Horseshoe Bay does have a dump station for property owners in which you can recycle your paper goods or throw away large household items that you need to get out of your home. 

Please contact Horseshoe Bay Reclamation and Recycling Center for hours of operation and additional questions at 512-755-3257, Hwy 2831 (Blue Lake Rd.), 1/8 mile north on Hwy 71.

May 2022 | HSBPOA

Community Corner

This space is reserved for our community members. A place where recipes, crafts and talents are shared. If you would like to share something nifty with your community please contact: Karen Calderon-Schweitzer at

Tortilla Casserole

By Karen Calderon-Schweitzer

Whether you are planning a fiesta for Cinco de Mayo, a beautiful celebration for Mom or a BBQ for Memorial Day, this recipe will impress your family and friends. This casserole is easily assembled into a 3qt Pyrex making it easily transportable. The casserole combines layers of corn tortillas with shredded rotisserie chicken, veggies, enchilada sauce and cheese but you can get creative and come up with your own variety of fillings.


· 6 Roma tomatoes diced 

· ½ yellow onion diced 

· ¾ cup of water 

· 1 Tablespoon chili powder 

· 1 can (4 oz) diced green chilies 

· 2 Tablespoons vinegar (I like red wine or apple vinegar) 

· 2 teaspoons seasoned salt 

· ¼ tsp dry oregano 

· 18 lightly fried corn tortillas (Fry for about one minute, turning over once) 

· 1 lb. shredded store-bought rotisserie chicken 

· 2 Tablespoons olive oil 

· 2 cups frozen corn (Defrosted) 

· 1 cup black beans (canned works well) 

· 2 small yellow squash diced small 

· ½ cup thinly sliced white onion 

· 1 ½ cups shredded mozzarella cheese 

· 1 cup grated sharp cheddar cheese 

· 1 cup of sour cream diluted with 2 Tablespoons of whole milk or Half and Half 

· 2 additional teaspoons of seasoned salt 

· 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

In a medium sauce pan add Roma tomatoes, diced yellow onion, water, chili powder, canned green chilies, vinegar, 2 teaspoons of seasoned salt and oregano. Cover and cook over medium heat for about 30 minutes or until veggies are soft. Blend, adjust salt as needed and reserve. 

Heat 2 Tablespoons of olive oil in a large skillet. When hot add sliced onions, yellow squash and cook for about 5 minutes or until slightly soft. Turn heat off and add corn, black beans, 1 teaspoon of seasoned salt, combine and reserve. Add remaining one teaspoon of seasoned salt to diluted sour cream, mix well and set aside. 

Into a 3 Qt. Pyrex, ladle a small amount of the tomato sauce to cover surface. Layer with 6 tortillas and top with half of the chicken, veggies and sour cream mixture. Combine Mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses. Top chicken and veggies with 1/3 of the cheeses. Layer another six tortillas and ladle more sauce over them. Add the rest of the chicken, veggies, sliced onions, sour cream mixture and half of the cheese mixture you have left. Top with remaining 6 tortillas, ladle more sauce over them and top with remaining cheese. Bake for 25-30 minutes, until cheese has melted and browned a bit. Garnish with cilantro. 

Serve hot or at room temperature with sliced pickled Jalapenos and avocados. You can also top individual servings with a fried egg for an awesome brunch dish.

May 2022 | HSBPOA

Question Of The Month

Question: "Does Horseshoe Bay POA allow short term rentals?"

Answer: The short answer is yes! We as the POA do allow short term rentals for example Airbnb or Vrbo, but if you reside within a townhome or condominium that has an HOA then they might have restriction based on their rules! Always double check with the HOA or if you have another question feel free to call us!

If you have a pressing question, please feel free to send us your inquiry by clicking on the button below, and maybe your question will be on next months addition! 


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