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Westchase VMs Discuss Flagpole and Flag Rules

The Jan. 14 Westchase VM meeting saw community representatives receive guidance on rules surrounding US flag displays and give initial approval to a change in Glencliff’s sod rules. Attorney Jon Ellis, with Shumaker, Loop and Kendrick, the Westchase Community Association’s (WCA) law firm, presented Voting Members (VMs) with the firm’s recommendations on proposed guideline updates…

WCA Board Discusses Homeowner Survey and Rules Committee

The Dec. 9 WCA Board meeting saw directors discuss results of a resident survey and revisit tennis and pickleball discussions. Approval of the 3.0 USTA Ladies tennis court usage was an agenda item that was quickly dispensed with, however, with Westchase Community Association (WCA) Board President Shawn Yesner saying, “As I understand it, the rules…

West Lake Townhomes HOA Sends Demand to Westchase CDD

Ten residents of West Lake Townhomes, an M/I Home Development that lies across a large CDD-owned lake from the Westchase neighborhoods of Stonebridge and Sturbridge, attended the Jan 7 Westchase CDD meeting to demand the district take more action to control a midge-fly problem. The decision of the West Lake Community Association, which lies outside…

2020 WOW Sylvester Scholarship Application Deadline Is March 4

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. The direct link is to the online application portal is: https://westchasewow.formstack.com/forms/scholarship_application_form_template_copy The WOW Sylvester Community Service Scholarship recognizes Westchase students whose high school careers reflect a…

Make a Resolution to Focus on Mental Health

This new year, skip the fad diets and overly ambitious workout regimens and resolve to focus on your emotional and mental wellbeing. As we flip the calendar to start of a new year, it is easy to head into a fresh round of 365 days with the standard resolutions—workout more, eat healthier, earn more, drink…

VMs Hear from County Officials About Transportation Issues

The December Westchase Voting Members (VMs) meeting began with John Lyons, Assistant County Manager, providing nearby transportation updates. First, Lyons explained the transit one-cent sales tax as a funding source which is still tied up in a lawsuit. It is scheduled to be heard by the State Supreme Court in February. The ruling would be…

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