WOW NEWS

WOW Business Networking Group Meets Sept. 20

WOW invites all Westchase business owners to join in our next Westchase networking event! WOW’s Business Owners Networking Discussions (BOND) will gather on Friday, September 20 at 8-9 a.m. at the Westchase Swim and Tennis Center. Coffee and breakfast pastries will be served. Business owners will be able to meet and mingle and, as a...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Citrus Park Drive Extension Becomes a Reality

It’s been, the old saying goes, a long road. Yet in mid-July work on the long-postponed and long-delayed Citrus Park Drive extension began. “We are pleased to see the Citrus Park Drive Extension project move forward as a vital east-west connection thus providing alternative travel choices,” said Lisa Silva of the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)....