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ANGIE NITSCH Buyer’s Agent CAMILLE HENRY Buyer’s Agent JILL SMITH Team Leader & Listing Agent LISA HILL Buyer’s Agent TERESA LEVINE Buyer’s Agent AMANDA LEFEBVRE Buyer’s Agent Your Copper Lakes Resident Real Estate Experts! SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! 8122 Cranbrook Hollow | SOLD! 8514 Brighton Lakes | SOLD! 8711 Iris Arbor Lane | SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! 17010 E Copper Lakes| SOLD! 8411 Sandestine| SOLD! 17719 Quiet Dawn| SOLD! 281.704.3749 | Jill Smith, Broker Associate ABR, ASP, CLHMS, CNE, GRI, SFR Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist Master Certified Negotiation Expert Certified Relocation Specialist 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017 Top Producer with Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene! 2 ©2018 Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate LLC. Better Homes and Gardens® is a registered trademark of Meredith Corporation licensed to Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate LLC. Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Each Franchise is Independently Owned and Operated. March 2018 | Westgate

Spring Forward Daylight saving time 2018 in Texas will begin at 2:00 AM on Sunday, March 11. Daylight Saving Time (DST) is often wrongly referred to as “Daylight Savings,” with an “s” at the end. Other common variations are “Summer Time” and “Daylight-Saving Time.” The term “Daylight Savings Time” is very commonly used, especially in Australia, Canada and the United States. It’s likely that the incorrect term “savings” entered the popular vocabulary because it’s so often used in everyday contexts, like “savings account.” At the beginning of the DST period in the spring, clocks are moved forward, usually by 1 hour. When DST ends in fall (autumn), clocks are turned back again. DST does not add daylight, but it gives more usable hours of daylight. In that sense, DST “saves” daylight, especially during early spring. Standard time refers to time without DST. WESTGATE IMPORTANT NUMBERS HARRIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE INFORMATION Westgate Subdivision falls within District 4 of the Harris County Sheriff’s Department. Suspicious behavior should be called in to the Non-Emergency number, general questions should be directed to the Patrol District Office and emergencies should always call 911: Inframark Infrastructure Management Services 2002 West Grand Parkway, Ste. 100 Katy, TX 77449 Ph: 281-870-0585 • Fax: 281-870-9170 Mgr: Angela Bumann - EMERGENCY NUMBERS Fire or Sheriff Emergency 911 Sheriff (non-emergency) Press Option 1 for Dispatch 713.221-6000 Patrol District Office (gen. info) 281-463-2648 16715 Clay Rd., Houston, TX 77084 Cy-Fair Vol. Fire Dept. 713-466-6161 Cy-Creek Vol. Fire Dept. 281-440-0079 Child Protective Services 713-394-4000 Poison Control 800-764-7661 Community Events & Activities Committees HOA Board of Directors: Newsletter Editor: Kimberly McGaughy • Garage Sale Chair: Sheila Walsh • Social Chair: Parks/Pools Chair: Deed Restriction Committee Contact: (to report problems) Crime Watch Chair: Helen Daglas • UTILITIES Reliant Energy (elec) 713-207-7777 CenterPoint Energy 713-659-2111 CenterPoint Energy (to report gas leak) 888-876-5786 CenterPoint Energy (power outage/downed lines) 713-659-2111 MUD #70 (call for repairs) 281-398-8211 Severn Trent Services Billing 281-579-4500 or WCA Waste Corp. (garbage) 281-368-8397 Houston North 281-766-1914 Schools Cy-Fair ISD 281-897-4000 Copeland Elementary 281-856-1400 Smith Middle School 281-213-1010 Langham Creek HS 281-463-5400 Local Services Bear Post Office 800-275-8777 Bear Creek Library 281-550-0885 Cy-Fair College Library 281-890-2665 Langham Creek YMCA 281-859-6143 Animal Control 281-999-3191 ASPCA (24 Hr Poison Control) 888-426-4435 Spills 713-439-6000 TX Wildlife Rehabilitation 713-941-8972 Humane Wildlife Removal 281-354-2293 Bob Leared Interest, Inc. 713-932-9011 (property taxes for MUD #70) PUBLISHED COURTESY OF KRENEK PRINTING 7102 Glen Chase Ct, Houston, Texas 77095 281-463-8649 • Westgate | March 2018 3