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Thursday, October 27, 2016
League City Civic Center
400 West Walker
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WESTOVER PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES DATE FOR 2016 ANNUAL MEETING…… SAVE THE DATE!!
The 2016 Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2016 at the Civic Center Ball Room located at 400 West Walker in League City.
Notice will be mailed in early September announcing the protocol for election candidate nominations followed by the formal notice of the meeting with a proxy for anyone who cannot attend. A quorum of 10% is required to hold the meeting and the election so it is important that homeowners make every effort to attend or be represented by proxy.
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Did you know we have 2 Pickleball Courts in Westover Park?
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Text Brian Worrell if you're interested, 281-948-7042.
Two new subcommittees were formed at the July Board meeting.
The MUD and City Liaison Committee is tasked with communicating with the MUD Board about board representation from Westover Park, funding for landscape replacements and drill site improvements. They will be the spokesperson vehicle to the City in regards initially about getting more lighting at the Westover Park Avenue/FM 518 intersection and to present support for the City to develop the 16 acre park site that was donated by the developer of our community. The Security Committee is tasked with working with the LCPD to get recommendations on what type of surveillance may be affordable and effective at the recreation centers and to develop helpful safety announcements for residents to prevent driveway, vehicle and home thefts. Thank you to those residents who spoke up to work on these committees. We are in need of a Community Events Committee to propose, plan and implement community events for families, adults and kids; a Deed Restriction and ACC Committee that would work with CMC in documenting violations occurring between inspections and processing home improvement requests. Anyone interested in donating their time and talent to any of these community oriented committees should contact Christi Keller at firstname.lastname@example.org, who is happy to provide more explanation and take names.
Deed restriction violations – from time to time in these newsletters, we provide helpful reminders about the restrictions. There are residents who seem to disregard the rules that all homeowners agreed to upon the purchase of their home. Because there are certain violations that are increasing or taking longer for voluntary compliance, the enforcement letter process has been revised. A friendly reminder is the first notice sent out when a violation is observed. On the next inspection, if the violation is not cured, we are eliminating the reminder notice and jumping straight to either a 10 day letter for yard maintenance types of violations or a (state legislature required) 209 letter that gives 30 days to comply, request a hearing with the board and if those don't happen after the 30 days the violation is sent to the attorney for a legal demand letter. For self-help types of violation remedies (yard maintenance) if the violation is not cured after the 10 day notice, the association will send a contractor in to take care of the yard and bill the owner for the work. For violations that end up with the Association implementing self-help cures or elevate to an attorney, all costs associated with these actions are billed to the homeowner. We feel this new letter schedule will have positive results in better, faster compliance. And THANK YOU to all of you who follow the rules and don't have violations. If anyone sees a violation, they are encouraged to turn it in confidentially to email@example.com Please include a detailed description of the issue and the correct address and your contact info incase CMC needs to get clarifications on anything. All submittals are kept confidential.
Street parking – street parking is not intended for resident vehicles on a day to day basis. That is what garages and driveways are for. Parking on the street should be for visitors, service providers and resident vehicles should really be in the driveway or garage. We realize families have multiple drivers and vehicles and may not want to hassle with moving them in and out for someone to leave or return but managing your own vehicle traffic should not include routine street parking. We get calls about parking too close to an intersection, blocking clear view of oncoming traffic, making a two lane street become a one lane street when vehicles are parked on both sides of the street across from each other. We are encouraging residents who are not getting their mail delivered, not having clear access in and out of their driveways or who see unsafe parking situations to report those to LCPD as well as to the association. We are asking for everyone to step back and evaluate your parking habits and fix them to keep the streets safe. School starts soon and kids will be out and we want them to be SAFE.
Home Improvements –per the recorded rules, all exterior improvements or modifications must be applied for and approved before the project begins. Applications and their supporting documentation can be emailed in to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of the $15 processing fee check and the applications are being reviewed and responded to in less than 10 days and in most cases within the week they are received. The actual check then is to be mailed in as long as a copy is emailed in with the application. Ask your neighbors – it's easy and quick. You are welcome to submit multiple projects on one application as long as you plan to do the projects within a reasonable time frame.
Front Yard Trees – as has been announced previously, there are specific requirements for front yard trees. Those who have removed their builder installed front yard trees and planted small trees in their place will have to bring their trees into compliance. Here are the requirements again and note that hardwoods give you a variety to choose from. An ACC application is required for changing out trees.
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Builders & Homes For Sale
There have been many home builders in Westover Park, including Perry Homes, DR Horton Homes, Emerald Homes, Taylor Woodrow Homes, Newmark Homes, and Ryland Homes. If you have particular questions about a builder, please call me. It is very important to use a realtor when buying a new home. The people working in the model homes have a job - it is to sell homes at the highest possible price.
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ABOUT WESTOVER PARK,
IN LEAGUE CITY
Westover Park is a 500 acre master-planned community in League City, Texas that will eventually include approximately 1,400 homes clustered around numerous neighborhood parks,lakes, and commercial parcels fronting on State Highway 518. A newly completed multi-purpose recreation center includes three swimming pools, a pool house, a multi-purpose sports field, playground, lake, and park. The community has been designed to offer a quality lifestyle in a convenient location at a reasonable price. Home prices range from the $150's to the $350's.
The community is located in League City on the south side of State Highway 518, approximately three miles west of Interstate 45. Westover Park is located in the highly acclaimed Clear Creek school district, and is convenient to area recreational and cultural amenities, as well as shopping and major employment centers.
TRASH & RECYCLING!
Tuesday and Friday are trash days.
Recycling pick up is on Wednesdays!
All types, including news-paper, magazines, cardboard, corrugated paper and packaging materials.
Aluminum, tin, and steel.
Aluminum foil and some scrap metal.
Marked Numbers 1 through 7, including milk, water, detergent and juice jugs; plastic soft drink bottles; and polystyrene food containers and cups.
We NOW accept glass.
pickup is on Friday.
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