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What a party to celebrate all things Westbury! Here is the commemorative brochure created for the event. Many thanks to the BOMD for making the brochure possible. We thank all our sponsors: Jackie and Kendal of Weichert Realtors, CM Larry Green, Peter Zografogos, Farmers insurance, and the BOMD. Thanks to Trees for Houston for the great trees,
Residents in Westbury 1 and Westbury 3 on Kingfisher and Sanford that back up to the HCFCD/Pipeline Right of Way shown in the picture below, be aware that starting next week an engineering form will begin surveying the ROW along the HCFCD drainage easement as show on the photograph below. They will be staking the HCFCD right of way along the south boundary. This is the right of way that begins at the corner of W Bellfort and Chimney Rock and leads back to the WIllow Waterhole Bayou. This area will be excavated and large box culverts will be added for flood control purposes.
Readers of the Westbury Crier have been reading about the efforts of the Greater South Post Oak/West Bellfort coalition to curtail aggressive panhandling in the South Post Oak/West Bellfort area.
This effort has culminated into a petition to the City to designate an area further described in Exhibit A attached hereto, as a designated area pursuant to Article XVI, Section 40-353 of the Houston Code of Ordinances and thereby subject to Article XVI, Section 40-352 of the Code of Ordinances.
Found in the link below is all the information and the form you need to print and sign and return if you wish to petition the City of Houston to create a designated area as shown in Exhibit A to become subject to the Article in Exhibit B.
Only property owners within the boundaries of the map may sign the petition. In Westbury it is just property owners east of Chimney Rock in Westbury Section 1; the portion of Westbury 2 known as the Triangle; and the portion of Westbury 3 east of Chimney Rock.
Here is the October Crier; both a link to it and a pdf attached. Delivery is delayed this month so please take time to check it out here as there are MANY events you may not want to miss.
Oct 4 – Tuesday National night out. Everyone is concerned about crime; be proactive and meet your neighbors and exchange contact information.
Oct 15 – The WCC big 60th anniversary party from 3 to 5 pm at Westbury Baptist Church.
Oct 13 – JUNK waste
Oct 8 – Work day at Westbury Park
And much, much more
Despite our best proof reading efforts, pesky errors occur. This month's president's message gave the incorrect date of the Annual meeting. The WCC Annual meeting will be Wednesday, September 21 at 6 PM. Here is the link
Help us keep Hillcroft as a 4 lane street as it is reconstructed through our residential Southwest Houston neighborhoods of Robindell, Braeburn Terrace, Maplewood, Meyerland, Maplewood North, Maplewood South and Westbury. Six lanes are unnecessary, unwarranted and unwanted. Check out our petition on change.org.
Currently only the portion from Beechnut to Bissonnet is a funded CIP project.
Delivery of the September issue of the Westbury Crier began today and is expected to be complete by Thursday. If you don’t receive it please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your address.
After the summer lull, events are plentiful in September. In addition you will read about the petition to Keep Hillfort 4 lanes, please sign it and spread the word. You will read about the Flood disaster recovery meeting. There is one more public hearing not listed in the Crier and that is on September 8th from 6 -8 PM 815 Crosby street to focus on unmet needs.
National Night Out is Oct 4th: every street that is concerned about crime and safety should host a get together.
Hope to see you at the Annual meeting on Sept 21.
Here is a link to the August crier:
Good news is that we have a handy location to drop off your glass for recycling . In the Westbury United Methodist Church parking lot at Willowbend and West Bellfort. This month is also Junk waste for heavy trash.
Here is a link to the July Crier:
Happy 4th of July! Here is the July issue of the Westbury Crier.