WOW NEWS

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...

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...

Westchase Association Manager Releases Garage Sale Big Ticket List

The Westchase Community Association (WCA) manager’s office has released the Big Ticket List for the Westchase Spring Garage Sale on Saturday, Oct. 5. The Westchase Garage Sale runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Click here to view it. In order to improve traffic flow and access by emergency vehicles, the Westchase Community Association (WCA)...

CDD to Repair Vineyards Pond Bank

The Oct. 1 meeting of the Westchase Community Development District (CDD) saw supervisors approve a roughly $70,000 project to repair 670 feet of an eroding pond bank on the west side of The Vineyards. With Lynn Adamson, The Vineyards’ HOA president attending, Field Supervisor Doug Mays and CDD Engineer Stephen Brietic told supervisors the bank...

The Great West Chase Returns Oct. 26

On Oct. 26, 2002 that Harbor Link/The Estates resident Jon Stein ran his first Great West Chase. It was the inaugural year of the race and it saw fewer than 200 runners lace up and take off down Linebaugh Avenue while homes in West Park Village were still under construction. With so few participants that...

Choosing a Private School

You have weighed the options and reached the conclusion that private school is right for your child. Now what? With so many schools from which to choose, finding the school that is a good match for your child (and your family) can seem daunting. There is much to be considered when making this very important...