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1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the park or at the entrance to the community.
Next Meeting - 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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In keeping with our initial agreement to have residents decide on the use of the $231,676 collected for the Hartlands Road Rehabilitation, that decision will be taken at our next General Meeting to be held on the 1st December 2013.
Options will include:-
a) Fixing the internal roads within the community.
b) Going towards the building of the Community Centre / Gazebo.
All persons who have contributed to this project are asked to attend the meeting on the 1st December 2013, to be a part of the decision making process.
Other suggestions are welcome.
We lobbied and we demonstrated. Some promises were made and some were broken, but thanks to WIHCON Ltd the Hartlands Road have been finally upgraded and asphalted. Thanks also to the Sugar Transformation Unit and the MP for the part they played in brokering a deal to have the roadway resurfaced.
Talks will however continue with these parties for the restoration of the drain along the roadway as failure to restore the drain will eventually lead to the deterioration of the roadway. Residents will be informed of any new development in this regard.
Now that the Hartlands Road has been rehabilitated, be reminded to attend the General Meeting on the 1st December to vote on the decision as to which project or projects should benefit from the monies collected from residents to assist with the rehabilitation of Hartland Road. So far two options have been suggested:
1) Fixing the internal roads in the community.
2) Constructing foundation and supporting structure for Community Centre / Gazebo.
All persons who have contributed to this project are invited to attend this meeting in order to be a part of the decision making process.
The first audit have been completed and all is well. This information was reported to residents at our last general meeting held on the November 3rd, 2013. Some recommendations were made which will be implemented immediately.
Thanks to the Audit team for their hard work.
A Christmas Grandmarket Social will take place on the 21st December at the Community Park.
This will take the format of a Grandmarket in the afternoon and a Night Out Party Session in the night.
Persons in the community who sells products, will be invited to sells their wares in the afternoon at our Christmas Grandmarket and then party into the night.
The usual Night Out specials will be on sale.
Dues collection has been very very disappointing. Amount collected in October - $5,000 and November $3,000.
Ladies and Gentlemen, there is absolutely nothing we can achieve with this kind of support as it cost approximately $15,000 monthly to cut & rake the Park and Entrance way.
As you might notice these areas have become overgrown since the spate of rains we have been having, and now needs our urgent attention.
We need to do better and we must do better if we are going to keep a certain standard in our community.
Community Centre / Gazebo Tag Drive - Tag Drive 2013 was launched at the General Meeting held on Sunday 3rd November. The projected target from this venture is $250,000 and proceeds will go exclusively towards the building of the foundation and supporting structure for our Community Centre / Gazebo.
In addition to purchasing tag tickets, residents are asked to volunteer as sellers as the more sellers we have the better will be our chance of success. The cost of each "tag ticket" is $100 and can be obtained from any member of the Executive group or call 441-7479.
Please let us all support this very important community venture.