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Call to Action - Save our Constable patrol program

posted Mar 6, 2020, 12:58 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Westbury call to action!!!! For over 30 years Pct 5 has helped keep Westbury safe as HPD numbers decreased and crime increased. Please email everyone listed below and sign up to speak on this item: 20. c. 2.

20. Commissioners court c. Precinct 2; 2. Request for discussion and possible action on a study of contracts held by Constables under the Harris County Contract Patrol Program to evaluate how the program operates in each Constable precinct, the efficacy of the program, its full impact on the county budget, its impact on operations of county departments, and inequities that may be caused by the program, with the study and final recommendation completed and submitted to Commissioners Court on May 19,

Carpooling will be available to go to commissioners court.

URGENT Message from Constable Ted Heap:

This proposal from Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia deals with doing away with deputy constables patrolling your neighborhoods.

This is a public safety issue. There are more than 1000 constable deputies countywide that support our understaffed Harris County Sheriff’s Office and Houston Police Department.

This proposal by Commissioner Garcia, if passed, will significantly impact the safety of our families and community by removing those deputies from your streets.

I am committed 100% to protecting your families, neighborhoods and businesses. I will fight any attempt to remove our deputies from your streets.

Please read this open letter to our Precinct 5 residents for more information:

Dear Friends:

My office was made aware for the first time this morning that County Commissioner Adrian Garcia intends to propose an item on the March 10 Commissioners Court agenda that could significantly impact law enforcement in your communities.

Because this study proposal (https://constablepct5.com/index.php/public-safety-message-2/) has not been discussed publicly prior to its inclusion on next week’s agenda, I want to ensure that you and your neighbors have an opportunity to see it and discuss it before any action is taken on Commissioners Court.

I encourage you to make your voice heard on this issue. You can do that by writing or calling:

• County Judge Lina Hidalgo, who also represents you on Commissioners Court. Judge Hidalgo’s office number is 713-274-7000, and her email address is Judge.hidalgo@cjo.hctx.net • *Commissioner Adrian Garcia, the Commissioner spearheading this campaign, at 713-274-2222, and you can email him at Adrian.Garcia@pct2.hctx.net or through his website: https://hcp2.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=25&Itemid=224/#contact • Commissioner R. Jack Cagle at 832-927-4444, and you may email him at commissionercagle@hcp4.net • Commissioner Steve Radack at 713-755-6306, and you may email him at Pct3@pct3.hctx.net • Commissioner Rodney Ellis at 713-274-1000, and you may email him at comm_ellis@cp1.hctx.net You may also wish to attend the March 10 meeting of Commissioners Court, which begins at 10 a.m. in the Commissioners Courtroom on the ninth floor of the Harris County Administration Building at 1001 Preston in downtown Houston. If you wish to speak to the court on this issue or to watch the proceedings live online, please go to: https://www.hcp4.net/appearances/. If you plan to speak you MUST sign up online at https://appearancerequest.harriscountytx.gov/

March Crier and March happenings

posted Mar 2, 2020, 9:20 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

We hope you enjoyed the month long love fest we had on Facebook for February. It's time to turn those calendar pages and welcome in March. Here is a link to the March Crier : http://bit.ly/March2020WestburyCrier

Its a fun full of activities:

Tonight, March 2nd at 6:30 you can come to Westbury High School for the PTO meeting and tour the new fine arts wing.

March 3- Super Tuesday and time to vote in the Primary of your choice at any Harris county voting location

From our City council district K:
March 5, 2020 State of the District
6:30pm - 8:30pm Fountain Life Center 14083 S Main St. Houston, (77035)

March 21, 2020 District K Homelessness Update
9:00am - 11:00am Southwest Police Station 13097 Nitida, Houston (77045)

March 26, 2020 District K Annual Capital Improvement Plan Meeting
6:30pm - 8:30pm Fountain Life Center 14083 S Main St. Houston, (77035)

March 28 10:30 am to 2 pm it’s the Westbury Community garden 10 year celebration. Be there or be square.

Untitled Post

posted Dec 22, 2019, 8:20 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Happy New year! The January 2020 Crier is attached here. There's a calendar of up coming events as well as a handy two page summary about trash and a reminder to pay your 2020 WCC dues. Wishing all of you the very best for 2020.....


October 2019 Westbury Crier

posted Oct 3, 2019, 11:11 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the Westbury 2019 Westbury Crier newsletter!  WCC Annual Meeting with photos. Major announcement about Levitt Pavilion and Shell property by Mayor Turner. Imelda rainfall.  Voting Information.   http://bit.ly/Oct19WestburyCrier

September Crier

posted Sep 3, 2019, 5:52 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is the link to the September Crier. 

August 2019 Crier link

posted Aug 1, 2019, 9:01 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

The August edition of the Westbury Crier is hot off the presses and coming to your doorstep soon. In the meantime you can click the link here. Heavy JUNK waste may be put out this Friday Aug 2, after 6PM as our pickup day is Thursday, Aug 8.


Check out the July 2019 Westbury Crier

posted Jul 1, 2019, 11:18 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Find out the latest Westbury news with this link.   July 2019 Westbury Crier
Some of the hot topics in this month's Crier include the 2020 WCC Board nomination process, new Westbury Focus Groups on civic engagement, possible Fort Bend Tollroad expansion, Brays Bayou bridge closure, and 2019 Westbury Survey.  Click here to go directly to the survey.

Hurricane Season started June 1 and the July Crier has several pages dedicated to Weather.    Find out where to sign up for flood gage alerts, links to excellent weather sources, and more.  

June Crier

posted Jun 1, 2019, 7:45 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

May 2019 Newsletter is HERE

posted May 1, 2019, 8:57 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Find out the latest Westbury news with this link. We have another Keep Westbury Beautiful Day event scheduled, this time for HAGER PARK on Saturday May 4. Meet at Hager Park between 8 and 9 AM to sign up. This is a great way to meet neighbors and to help improve a Westbury park! More information is on pages 1 and 9. What else is new? Glass recycling is back and we have lots of photos from the April Keep Westbury Beautiful Day, MusicFest at Willow Waterhole, and Yard of the Month. We have a map showing where the different sections are located in Westbury,… and much more!  http://bit.ly/May2019Crier

March 2019 Crier Newsletter is here

posted Mar 5, 2019, 8:28 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Find out the latest Westbury news with the monthly 24-page March 2019 Crier Newsletter!  On the front page is info about the Westbury Area Patrol (WAP) Constable situation, and how to sign up for a booth at the upcoming Westbury Community Garage Sale. Important meetings include:  the March 9 “How to Report Effectively to 311” by District K (UPDATED - class is from 9 to 11 AM), and a March 20 city meeting about capital improvements planned in District K.  The WCC Office will be hiring a second part-time employee, so let us know if you know a great candidate to consider.  We also have a lot of public safety information in this edition. Regarding infrastructure, did you know that the Hillcroft bridge at Braeswood may be closing as soon as April for a flood reduction project?  http://bit.ly/March2019Crier


Best regards, Cindy Chapman - WCC President

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