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New Floridian Cuts Pumpkin Early; Now Needs Haz-Mat Suit

SATIRICAL NEWS “Well, I learned one important lesson,” said Michael Miller, who moved into Keswick Forest from Indiana last February. “You can’t call 9-1-1 for this sort of thing.” Miller pointed to the fetid orange blob on his otherwise tidy front porch. “Apparently this isn’t considered an emergency.” He shook his finger incredulously. “That was …

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School Choice and Magnet School Applications Open Nov. 2

Facing a shorter window this year, students will have until Dec. 11 to complete the application process. In addition to the numerous private schools throughout Tampa Bay, parents also have a plethora of options within the public school sector, including magnet, school choice and attractor programs within Hillsborough County. Applications for these programs open on …

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Six Florida Constitutional Amendments: All You Need to Know to Vote

The general election ballot in Florida holds more than an opportunity to vote for elected officials. It includes six constitutional amendments voters are asked to consider. To be adopted, a constitutional amendment must receive at least 60 percent approval of all votes cast for and against it. What will you be asked to vote on? …

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VMs Address Neighborhood Elections and Association Improvements

Westchase VMs’ meeting focused on upcoming neighborhood elections and the creation of a new association master plan at their Oct. 13 meeting. WCA President Shawn Yesner introduced Association Manager Charlotte Adams to discuss December’s voting member elections for the neighborhoods of Abbotsford, The Bridges, Glencliff, The Greens, Harbor Links, Keswick Forest, The Shires, Stamford, Woodbay …

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TECO Backtracks on Sale of Land Parcel to CDD; Cell Phone Tower Builder Submits Lease for Second Site

While only 45 minutes long, the Oct. 6 Westchase CDD meeting saw some significant announcements. Opening the meeting was CDD Engineer Stephen Brletic, who updated supervisors on recent SWTMD pond inspections and stated that a crew was going to come out to survey land that TECO suggested last month they would be willing to sell …

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WCA Board Chooses Officers; Decides on Tennis Vendor Selection Process

Meeting on Thursday Sept. 10, two days after board elections filled four board seats, directions of the Westchase Community Association (WCA) selected their officers for the coming year and discussed how to transition their current tennis program. Initially chaired by Association Manager Debbie Sainz, the meeting saw the reappointment of WCA President was Shawn Yesner …

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VM Annual Meeting Sees Four Candidates for Four Board Seats

On Tuesday, Sept. 8, Westchase Voting Members reappointed two incumbents and approved two new Westchase Community Association (WCA) Directors at what many in attendance referred to as “the shortest VM meeting ever.” Four of the board’s seven seats were open for election and while there were five challengers originally, West Park Village resident Michele Del …

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