December 2016

Westchase 25th Anniversary Kicks Off With Dec. 2 West Park Village Concert

Westchase’s celebration of its 25th anniversary begins on Friday, Dec. 2, with a holiday concert at the West Park Village band shell on Montague Street and continues with a Movie in the Park on Dec. 9.

He’s Back! Santa’s Parade to Tour Westchase Dec. 10

It starts with a siren. Far off at first. Then it grows closer. And little hand anxiously tugs at yours. “Is he coming? Is he here yet?” Yes, Westchase, he’s back!

Repaving and Citrus Park Drive Extension Receive Commitments for 2017-2018 Starts

At an Oct. 25 meeting hosted by the WCA, Westchase residents received assurances that the repaving of their village roads and construction of the Citrus Park Drive extension would begin in 2017-2018. Westchase Community Association (WCA) President Ruben Collazo opened the public meeting, which saw Commissioner Sandy Murman and John Lyons, the head of the county’s Department of Public Works, was speak about upcoming road improvements.

Westchase Holiday Market Dec. 4

The Westchase Holiday Market is just around the corner! Now in its seventh year, the annual Westchase Holiday Market will be held on Sunday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Westchase Golf Club.

David Weekley Pitches WCA Annexation of Its West Park Townhomes

Addressing West Park’s voting members (VM) at an Oct. 19 meeting, David Weekley detailed its West Park Village development and announced its intent to request annexation by the Westchase Community Association (WCA).

WOW Seeks Applicants for 2017 WOW Scholarships

Have you shown a commitment to academics and community service during your high school career? If so, WOW encourages you to apply for its WOW Sylvester Community Service Scholarship.

How Did Westchase Vote on Nov. 8?

For Democrats, Nov 8 went down as a surprise trumping. In an election that nearly all pollsters were predicting Hillary Clinton would win, Trump instead notched a projected 306 electoral votes to Clinton’s 232 electoral votes. The result, while perhaps unexpected, was remarkably close, marking the second time in three consecutive presidencies that the winner of the national popular vote would not be taking office.

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