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WCA Board Considers Renewal of Pipeline Swim Team Contract

The Oct. 10 meeting of the WCA Board saw directors entertain the creation of a new pickleball court, adopt a new electronic voting vendor for the association’s next elections and request feedback from residents on the renewal of the current swim team’s contract. Several resident pickleball players attended the Westchase Community Association (WCA) Board meeting …

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Westchase VMs Discuss Modification Process

The October Voting Member’s meeting was the first time that incoming WCA President Shawn Yesner, elected as president by the board in September, had led the meeting. Voting Members’ (VMs) first agenda item was a proposed guideline change for flagpoles (Section 1.3.4 Flags). Yesner explained that proper notification had not appeared in the World of …

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WCA Board Selects New Leadership

The Westchase Community Association (WCA) Board of Directors elected new officers at their organizational meeting on Sept. 12. The meeting followed the Westchase Voting Members’ elections for the board, which saw Keswick Forest’s Heather Greeley-Hessefort and Harbor Links/The Estates resident Dale Sells fill the seats of former Directors Joaquin Arrillaga and Ashley Wait-Woodcock, who did …

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VMs Choose WCA Veterans in Board Elections

The Sept. 10 WCA Board elections saw Westchase Voting Members (VMs) elect three longtime association volunteers. Winning the three positions were Heather Greeley-Hessefort, Dale Sells and board incumbent Rick Goldstein. Election was determined by a plurality of votes with each VM allowed to cast up to three separate votes (without stacking). With 29 VMs casting …

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Westchase CDD Opens Negotiations for Two New Cell Towers

The Sept. 10 meeting of the Westchase Community Development District (CDD) saw supervisors review bids for two Westchase cell towers and move forward with negotiations with Vertex, a tower constructing and leasing company. Reviewing the three bids they received from Vertex, CTG and Diamond Tower Group, supervisors discussed the bids with Ken Schmidt of Steel …

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WCA Board Approves 2020 Budget; Adds Morning Swim Hours Starting Sept. 16

The Westchase Community Association (WCA) Directors started their September Board meeting by unanimously approving Board Treasurer Shawn Yesner’s motion to accept the 2020 WCA budget. The adopted budget, which establishes a homeowner assessment of $289, reflects the spending blueprint that emerged from the Aug. 28 budget workshop with the capital contribution from new homeowners adjusted …

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VMs Hear Transit Guests and Debate Neighborhood Facebook Group Ownership Rules

The Aug. 13 Voting Member meeting, which saw guests addressing local transportation issues, was live streamed on Facebook on the WCA’s Westchase Chronicles page for the first time. Government Affairs Committee (GAC) Chair Rick Goldstein explained that our community had a comprehensive action plan related to transportation and that the survey had been completed as …

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WCA Board Hears Tennis Player Requests

Directors heard from several tennis players during the open forum session of the August Westchase Community Association (WCA) Board of Directors’ meeting. Bridges resident Kristen DeAngelo asked the board the status of the budget items she had sent them for consideration, social programming for tennis players, a tennis court reservation system and court refurbishment, and …

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CDD Passes 2020 Budget with No Assessment Increases

The brief 70-minute Westchase CDD meeting saw supervisors formally pass their $2.6 million 2020 budget, which will see no homeowner increases in the coming year. That budget, roughly equal to the current year’s, keeps homeowner and commercial Community Development District (CDD) assessment levels the same or marginally lower than the current year. According to District …

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