Members of the Westchase Seniors Group livened up the June 13 Westchase Community Association (WCA) Board of Directors meeting. The seniors attended to ask the board to consider revising a 2011 board decision that limited their use of the meeting room at the Westchase Swim and Tennis Center.
At their June 11 meeting, Westchase Voting Members’ (VM) two main agenda items were final votes for updated mailboxes for Castleford and the Bridges. VMs also received an update on the county’s new garbage collection system, scheduled for rollout in October.
The proposed construction of 220 townhomes and a private-amenity clubhouse on a parcel of land east of Sturbridge and north of Stonebridge has triggered Bridges VM Cynde Mercer to arrange a June 19 meeting with its developer to address Westchase residents’ concerns.
Westchase Community Development District (CDD) supervisors are discussing a tentative spending plan that projects a 7.62 percent increase in operations and maintenance spending. The plan, which may see adjustments at the CDD's July and August meetings, is slated for final approval on Aug. 6.
The June 4 meeting of the Westchase Community Development District (CDD) saw resolution of a years-long process to address a Westchase neighborhood’s leaking gas lights and attendance by a number of Stonebridge residents concerned over nearby developments that could significantly impact them.
In keeping with our annual summer tradition, WOW proudly introduces six Westchase residents who are bound to impress you. The talented young men and women represent this year’s class of 2013 WOW Scholars. Hailing from the largest pool of applicants in the WOW Scholars Program’s history, the students and their parents were honored at an April 29 dinner at the Westchase Golf Club. Presenting checks of $2,000 to each scholar, WOW Inc. President Jonathan Stein remarked, “These students are a very impressive group.” He added, “It was a very high quality group of applicants. This group is top-notch in our view.”
Home improvement projects are an inevitable part of home ownership. Fortunately, plenty of cost-effective, minor upgrades can breathe new life into a home. We asked several of our residents to share some changes they have recently made in their homes.
Summers at Westchase’s pools and courts will keep kids happy and exhausted while their parents can feel good about the experience. The Westchase Community Association (WCA) will host a number of different summer programs.
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