Contact Us Tel: (876)441-7479
1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the main entrance to the community.
Next Meeting Date - To be announced
2. The Executive meets every last Saturday of the month.
3. Maintenence Dues
• Monthly payment - $200
• Quarterly payment - $500
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5. Membership Form:
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The White Water Meadows Citizens' Association (A Registered Charitable Organisation) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization whose mandate is to represent its members in all matters of public interests related to the preservation, protection and enhancement of the life and welfare of the community.
Not yet a registered member? If you are a resident or property owner of White Water Meadows please choose any one of the methods below to register:
June 23, 2016
We have made a strong commitment to increase the credibility, transparency and accountability of the Association. A most significant step in that process has been our getting registered as a charity. This has placed our organisation under the supervision of the Department for Cooperatives and Friendly Societies (DCFS). Their requirements include subjecting our executive members to the Fit and Proper standards of the Charities Act and an inspection of our operations annually. We were inspected this year, for the first time.
There were high praises for the overall management of our affairs, especially for the quality of financial accounting (the Treasurer was personally commended) but a weakness was noted in the recording and filing of the minutes of meetings. There was a notable recommendation that a Policies and Procedures manual be developed. We greatly appreciate that recommendation because it will assist the new administration in maintaining these new standards of operation.
Please see the full report here: Charities-organization_report-2016.pdf
We thank everyone for their continued trust and support and continue to strive for maintenance of the high standards. As this is an election year, we also invite those who are able to further strengthen the Association to step forward to lend a hand in making our community greater.
Congratulations to all the children who are now transitioning to high school through GSAT. We wish them all the greatest success at the next stage of their education, hoping that they will remain focused and dedicated to their studies irrespective of the schools in which they have been placed.
As usual, we will be hosting a special awards function for them around the start of the new school year. Each child will be given a personalised award with a gift package. For each child please send:
Please submit as soon as possible so that adequate preparations can be made. Submissions can be made by email or by calling/texting 441-7479. We always try to treat all children equally and having their information early helps us to do so.
The White Water Meadows Citizens' Association has been registered as a charitable organization since April 2014.
This membership allows the WWMCA to apply for weavers of GCT on substantive purchases locally and also for the weaver of import duties on items sourced from overseas for community use.
Over the past 2 years the association have applied for and was granted GCT weavers for the purchase of 2 tables and 30 chairs, which are used to seat residents at meetings and community functions. Just recently, we were granted another weaver on GCT when we purchased materials for the gazebo now under construction in the park.
We are currently renewing our membership and as such we were recently audited by the Cooperative of Friendly Society, which is a arm of the Charities Organization. They visited our community, looked at our physical location and reviewed our accounting records. In the end they were pleased with our organizational structure and impressed with our record keeping.
Please download audit report:
Completion: 4 to 6 weeks from start (depends on weather). Most work will be done on weekends
Cost: About $750,000 including a provision for escalation. The project has already benefited from a write-off of $73,000 of GCT on the cost of material.
1. A long hose that will be returned at the end.
2. Storage space for material, mostly in an enclosed yard. For steel (immediately, a week at most), lumber and roofing material (starting in 2 to 3 weeks until end of construction).