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May 2018

posted Apr 29, 2018, 11:18 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the May Crier.   http://bit.ly/May2018Crier
The biggest news this month is the Special Election for the District K Council seat on May 5.  Early voting continues on both April 30 and May 1 from 7 am to 7 pm.  

 How many voters are there in Westbury? Over 8,000! Through Saturday April 28 there have been just 372 early votes cast at the Platou center. Westbury, it’s time to VOTE! Why not make this Westbury Weekend and take advantage of early voting. The Platou Community Center at 11655 Chimney Rock is open the following times with 23 machines. Sunday, April 29 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 Monday, April 30 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

 Tuesday, May 1 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m


Pct Polling location on May 5 Registered Voters (double check at harrisvotes.org)

 14 14: Parker Elementary 1,862

 146 146: Platou Community Center 1,982

 291 291: Braeswood Assembly of God 1,195

 293 293: Anderson Elementary 1,731

 453 453: Westbury High School 1,914


If you didn’t have a chance to attend the Voters Forum here are some links:

Here is a Link to Bios and Questions from the Forum hosted by the Super Neighborhoods of K.



April Crier

posted Apr 4, 2018, 8:15 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Attached a link to the Westbury April Crier.  We held publication due to the Special election for the District K seat to be able to include the ballot and voting information.  April is a busy month:  April 7 Keep Westbury Beautiful day, April 12 JUNK waste day (first since August!); April 18 WCC board meeting;  April 21 & 22 Music Fest at the Willow Waterhole; April 24 Meet the Candidates forum; April 23-May 1 Early voting for Council District K seat.   http://bit.ly/April2018Crier

March 2018 Crier

posted Feb 27, 2018, 4:30 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

This is  link to the March 2018 Crier. 

You will see our 2018 budget is for three deputies. We had increased to four several years ago but have been unable to collect enough dues to cover that additional cost. With over 700 houses flooded during Harvey, there are just fewer people paying. Precinct 5 understood this and said this was happening all over the City. More and more homes in Westbury are becoming rental properties as investors buy up homes. If you are a renter, please ask your landlord to pay the dues. The landlord should care not only about your safety but about their own investment. It only takes 1,100 of Westbury’s 5,000 homes to cover the 2018 budget and another 300 to retain our fourth deputy.

Here’s the challenge: The WCC will be writing the letter on April 1 to Pct. 5 to drop our fourth deputy. However, if in the next 30 days, 1,400 Westbury residents send in their dues of $335, then we won’t have to write that letter to drop one deputy. The dues form is on page 17 or  take the link to paypal below in blue.  

Once you are in YOUR account at  PayPal  choose to "Pay or send money"  to the Westbury Civic Club  (westburycc @ sbcglobal.net). Please add your street address and the items you are paying  in the notes section provided on the payment page.

Westbury Civic Club dues         50.00

WAP Patrol                             285.00

Total dues                              335.00

2 payment option:                  167.50 

Parkwest 2018 Assessment       235.80 

Additional contributions of any amount are welcomed.  

February 2018 Crier

posted Feb 5, 2018, 2:55 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

The February  2018 Crier may be accessed at  http://bit.ly/FEB2018Crier .

Janaury 2018 Crier

posted Dec 29, 2017, 7:26 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Attached is a link to the January 2018 Crier.   Big news is that Yard waste pickup will resume on January 2nd on our regular trash day which is the second Thursday.  Still no word on when Heavy trash will resume.  Wishing all of you a very Happy New Year!


December Crier

posted Dec 1, 2017, 5:12 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the December Crier.   


November Crier

posted Nov 1, 2017, 5:06 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the November Crier.  It will be delivered sometime this first week of November.

October Crier

posted Oct 9, 2017, 7:16 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the October Crier.  Delivery is delayed and should be completed over the weekend.  There are many events upcoming in October so be sure and save the calendar.  One of the biggest messages that needs spreading: No recycling, yard waste or heavy trash pickup(except flood debris) will be happening until further notice. Please let your neighbor know!

Thur 5

Booths on Sale to ALL for White Elephant Sale WCC Office—5322 W. Bellfort Ste 100 Mon—Thurs 9AM-1PM

Mon 16

Brays Bayou Association Flood Forum 7PM Willow Meadows Baptist Church—4300 W. Bellfort For more information, see page 9

Wed 18

WAIC/Super Neighborhood #37 Meeting 8:30AM Salem Lutheran Church—4930 W. Bellfort

Wed 18

WCC Board Meeting 7PM Westbury Baptist Church—10425 Hillcroft

Sat. 21

Audubon Society Bird Survey 8AM Meet at the Gathering Place parking lot 5310 S. Willow—see page 22 for more information

Sat 21

Trunk or Treat at Willow Waterhole 6:30-9PM Willow Waterhole For more information, see page 22

Mon 23

Early Voting Starts– Local Elections Election on November 7 www.harrisvotes.org —- see page 15 for more info

Tues 24

SW PIP (HPD Positive Interaction Program) Meeting 7PM Aramco Building—9009 W Loop South

Sat 28

Fall White Elephant Sale 8AM-Noon Westbury United Methodist 5200 Willowbend For more information, see page 7

Sat 28

Trick or Tree 8AM-10AM White Elephant Sale at Westbury United Methodist For more information, see page 7

Sat 28

2nd Annual Carp-a-thon Willow Waterhole For more information, see page 22

Sat 28

Family Day at Platou Center 10AM-2PM 11655 Chimney Rock

Tues 31

Trunk or Treat at Westbury United Methodist 6:30-7:30PM 5200 Willowbend



September Crier

posted Sep 8, 2017, 11:16 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the September Crier.  It was written and sent to the printer prior to Hurricane Harvey.  There are a few things that have obviously changed:   Heavy Trash pickup nor recycling will not occur due to flood debris pickup.  The Sept 19th meeting about Flooding may or may not still take place.  The annual meeting for the WCC will definitely take place on September 27th.  Look for announcements on our Facebook page for other possible cancellations or changes.   

I have to express my thanks to the hundreds of Westbury residents who came out to assist their neighbors in the portion of Westbury that flooded and my heartfelt condolences to those who found water in their homes.   Many of them for a second time.  The good news is that the two homes in Westbury that raised their foundations were spared.   The WCC continues to work closely with all the entities responsible for flood control as we continue to need  REAL solutions for those that flood.


August Crier

posted Jul 30, 2017, 4:13 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the Westbury August Crier published by the Westbury Civic Club every month since July 1956.    https://sites.google.com/a/westburycrier.com/civicclub/westbury-crier/westbury-crier-archive

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