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WEST MEMORIAL IMPORTANT NUMBERS
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Asst. Manager/Deed Restriction & ACC Matters: Tamara Henderson
Accounts Receivable: Brandie Galeas
Work Orders/Maintenance/Repairs: Tiffany Adamson
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PARK HOURS: 8 AM - Dusk, 7 days a week
TRASH PICK UP: Wednesday & Saturday
WEST MEMORIAL BOARD MEETINGS ARE
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LET’S TALK ABOUT IT….
The West Memorial Civic Association has a duty to enforce neighborhood
regulations. These typically include violations of deed restrictions,
collection of annual assessments and related fees. The HOA Board’s
authority is established in state law for the purpose of maintaining
property values and quality of life. Enforcement proceeds along a defined
path that, to be fair, must be consistently applied. The process often
begins with a letter to the homeowner explaining the violation, which if
ignored, may eventually end up in a lawsuit. Fortunately, most violations
are resolved quickly following receipt of a letter. In rare circumstances the
Board sends the matter to its attorneys. The attorneys’ first objective is to
negotiate a settlement. Failing that, the Board must consider a lawsuit.
The Board positively hates to involve attorneys because its objective is
compliance not penalty. The attorney path is costly and slow and the fees
must eventually be collected from the homeowner, our neighbors. While
a case is pending the problem is not going away. The Board is eager to
meet with homeowners to negotiate a compliance plan but that process
must be initiated by the homeowner. A reasonable solution can usually
be agreed, especially when illness, loss of employment or other calamity
is involved. The Board meetings are held on the 4 th Tuesday of each
month (excluding May & December) beginning at 7 PM at the community
clubhouse on Kingsland Blvd.
Please remember that any exterior change to your home requires approval
from the Homeowners Association prior to performing the improvement
and/or addition. You can find the governing rules and application process
on the Association website at www.westmemorial.org or by contacting
management at email@example.com.
We are seeking volunteers for several upcoming projects. More
homeowner participation would be appreciated Please email
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or questions.
WEST MEMORIAL EMAIL ALERT &
West Memorial has a new alert and notification system that works with
email. The alerts are for emergency notifications, security alerts and
messages from our constables. The notifications are for neighborhood
events, meetings and issues.
To be a part of the system, you must request the service. If you are
interested, open our website at www.westmemorial.org and locate the
Sign-Up icon on the right side of the main page. Follow the instructions
and you will receive all future alerts and notifications.
Anyone wishing to send an alert or notification should submit the
message to email@example.com for approval, posting and
transmission. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WCA (Waste Corp. of America) is your trash collection provider. Each
homeowner/resident is responsible for initiating service and remitting
payment. WCA statements are issued quarterly via US Mail. Trash service
days are Wednesday and Saturday. Please have trash out at curb by 7 AM
each pick up day. Heavy Trash and/or extra bags are picked up on both
pick-up days, Wednesday and Saturday.
RECYCLING IS EVERY SATURDAY
WCA takes great pride in our recycling program and efforts. Ensuring the
best recycle program for our customers takes time and effort on both
sides. Please remove caps, liquids and food products from inside the
containers. Please only use the recycle bins for recyclable materials, not
as an extra trash container.
WCA will collect papers, plastics, aluminum and tin cans that are placed
within the provided recycling bin. If items exceed container capacity,
please place them adjacent to bin.
WCA will provide each current residence with one recycling bin. WCA will
replace any bins that are defective or otherwise become unusable due
to normal wear and tear. Theft, lost or additional bins can be replaced at
If you find items left in your bin that are not recyclable please dispose of
these items in your trash container for the next scheduled pick up.
HOLIDAYS: When regular pick-up falls on a holiday, New Year’s Day,
Memorial Day, July 4 th (Independence Day), Labor Day, Thanksgiving
Day, and Christmas Day, the pick-up will be made on the next regular
scheduled pick-up day. If your recycling day falls on a holiday it will be
picked up the next week on your normal scheduled recycle day.
BILLING: WCA will invoice each individual residence on a quarterly basis.
Bills are due 30 days after receipt. Any residents failing to pay will receive
a statement, have services discontinued and incur a $25 late/reconnect
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Soliciting is prohibited in West Memorial Subdivision. Please make
sure you have a sign posted on your residence for no soliciting. If you
are approached by a solicitor, please call the Constable’s office at 281-
463-6666. Continue to call this number if you see suspicious person or
Do not hesitate to call Harris County Animal Control at 281-999-3191, if
you see animals that are roaming the neighborhood unleashed.
WEST MEMORIAL CONSTABLES
Please make sure you call and report any suspicious behavior. Please file a
report for any stolen or missing property we need to know what is going
on in the neighborhood. Our Constables patrol our subdivision 24 hours
a day/seven days a week. Please call them at 281-463-6666 to report any
disturbance or to request vacation patrols.
WEST MEMORIAL WEBSITE
www.westmemorial.org is the address for West Memorial information
on the internet. The web site contains pool information, Board member
contacts and complete documentation of your deed restrictions. It
also contains neighborhood information, including schools, security,
recreation and local worship centers. Check it out, you might find
something you have been looking for.
The purpose of Deed Restrictions in your neighborhood is to protect
and enhance property values. They set guidelines for initial construction,
perpetual maintenance and property use. As residents agree to abide by
the majority view; the style and standards of a community are established
and everyone benefits. For your information, restrictions are written by
the developer before the first home is constructed and the Association
is then charged with the on-going responsibility of enforcing them.
They can be changed, but a very large percentage vote of homeowners
is required to do so. Please let us know if you see a problem in the
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West Memorial Civic Association’s Board has approved the following:
A $250 reward to anyone providing information leading to the arrest
and prosecution of person or persons vandalizing or destroying West
Memorial Civic Association property.
Your Association pays for streetlights from your annual dues, whether
they work or not. If a light is out in your area, please call 713-207-2222 and
report it. You may also report outages online at www.centerpointenergy.
com/outage. Each light has a number on it. When reporting the out light,
give the pole number and street location. We want all lights to work. A
lighted area is a safer area.
TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS
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teenage job seeker’s list, please fill out the form on our website (www.
krenekprinting.com, click submissions and choose Jobseekers) with your
name, birthdate (mo. & yr.), phone number, year you will graduate and
the name of your newsletter/subdivision. Check the list of jobs you want
on your form. Please make sure your email is correct, we send emails
in the summer to make sure all the info is still good and that you want
to stay on the list. If we do not hear back from you after 3 tries, we will
remove you from the list until we do. Must have parent(s) permission.
DISCLAIMER: Neither the subdivision, nor Krenek Printing is responsible
for those listed on the Teenage Job Seeker List. Please ask for and check
out references if you do not personally know those listed. This is just a
list of teenagers from the subdivision who wish to find part time jobs.
Responsibility for any work done by these teenagers is between those
seeking helpers and the teens and their parents.
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Assembly of God Church, located at 24911 Roesner Road in Katy. VBS
will be held Monday through Friday, July 20 th -24 th , from 5-8:30 PM. Prekindergarten
through those who have completed fifth grade are invited
to come experience the life changing power of Jesus love. There are Bible
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A.D. PLAYERS AND ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 2020
The Academy plans to begin our Summer Camp 2020 “Fun Under the
Big Top” on June 8 th . A.D. Players and Academy Staff will be taking extra
precautions to ensure safety and implement social distancing. Details on
date changes, camp changes and safety procedures will be out soon. Please
check the education/classes tab on adplayers.org for updated information.
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CREATIVE WRITING & ILLUSTRATION
The iWRITE Organization will host Creative Writing & Illustration Summer
Camps around the Houston area, allowing young writers to bring their
stories to life! iWRITE was founded ten years ago by children’s author,
Melissa Williams Murphy, in order to give students the opportunity to build
their writing skills and boost their creative confidence through all kinds of
writing programs and publishing opportunities. This summer young writers
can learn straight from the pros! The iWRITE summer camps and workshops
will be held in June and July in the Cypress, Spring Branch and Ft. Bend
areas with opportunities for kids ages 8 to 16 years old. Students will
learn character development skills that can be used in all types of writing,
how authors brainstorm and turn ideas into a story, how illustrators bring
characters to life through art, fun editing techniques and even how to get
your work published. Visit iWRITE.org to learn more, meet the instructors
and register. If you would like to apply for a scholarship or sponsor a child,
please contact Nicole@iWRITE.org or call the office at 713-845-5811.
THE ARC OF KATY’S SUMMER DAY PROGRAM!
THE TIME TO ENROLL IS NOW!
The Arc of Katy is currently taking applications for three Summer
Program sessions for teens and adults with intellectual and development
disabilities who are at least 16 years of age and meet the program’s
minimum requirements. The Day Program will be held Monday through
Friday, weekly, from 8 AM until 3 PM at: The Arc of Katy, 5819 Tenth Street,
Suite C, Katy, Texas 77493.
Three Sessions are being held this Summer:
Session 1: June 1-June 26, 2020
Session 2: June 29-July 24, 2020
Session 3: July 27-August 14, 2020
Each session will include a variety of fun activities including excursions,
crafts, life skills, games and much more. Summer Program cost is $35
per day and participant must be a current member of The Arc of Katy to
participate. Participants will bring a snack and lunch most days and will
receive an Arc of Katy t-shirt. For more information and forms, call 832-
754-9802 or please visit www.thearcofkaty.org.
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Cell phones and social media have transformed our lives. These
technologies have enabled us to communicate with each other in a
way that just wasn’t possible before their invention. And one form
communication or self-expression depending on how it’s used, it the selfie
- the act of taking a picture of yourself with a cell phone or webcam and
posting it to social media. It’s an act that has taken the world by storm,
which is probably why there’s now a holiday to celebrate it called National
Selfie Day. A day, which has been celebrated annually since 2014 on June
21 st . So why not grab your cell phone, snap a picture of yourself and post
it on the Internet on this glorious holiday? After all, millions of people all
over the world are probably doing that very act anyway - holiday or not.
The History of the Selfie: While people have been taking pictures of
themselves for quite some time, most experts agree that the selfie first
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to describe the act of taking a picture of yourself and posting it to social
media. Then as the years passed and cell phone technology, as well as the
independent technologies of the various social media outlets improved,
selfies themselves began to improve. And as they improved, they
increased in popularity. In 2013, the selfie would then hit the mainstream
when the Oxford Dictionary added the term “selfie.”
The History of National Selfie Day: The first time National Selfie Day
was celebrated was on June 21, 2014. It was started by DJ Rick McNeely
as a way to get people to enjoy taking selfies of themselves and to do it in
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JUNE IS NATIONAL CAMPING MONTH
National Camping Month in June is an excellent time to pack up your gear and experience nature. Whether
you like roughing it or prefer to have a few modern conveniences when heading out to the trail, it’s
important to keep a few things in mind:
1. Make sure you have plenty of fresh water or a fresh water source.
2. Take a first aid kit and that it is stocked.
3. Pack waterproof matches.
4. Take non-perishable food such as granola bars, jerky, peanut butter, chocolate bars and dried fruits,
especially if you are not taking a cooler.
5. Pack fruits, vegetables and meats separately and keep chilled in a cooler.
6. Include sunblock, even for cloudy days.
7. Rain gear, jackets and blankets are necessary for cooler weather.
Around the country, there are a variety of campsites available. The more modern campsite includes showers
and recreational facilities. These often include water hookups and parking pads for RVs and campers and
cabins to rent as well as more primitive sites with no electrical hookups designed for tent usage. Other
parks only allow primitive camping and require everything you pack into the park to be packed out. So,
seriously consider your needs if you are hiking into the park for your stay. These are not for the glampers.
Gather family and friends, don’t forget the s’mores supply and go camping! Nature is calling and there are
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of the lawn, usually next to cement. Use diazinon or dursban granules.
Flowers: Overwatered hibiscus, purslane and bougainvillea won’t bloom.
• Keep flowers pinched off of coleus and caladiums to encourage more of
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• Vegetables to plant: Cantaloupe, Sweet Corn, Cucumber, Eggplant sets,
Okra, Black Peas, Pepper Sets, Summer Squash and Sweet Potato.
Shrubs: Watch Camellias and Azaleas, they’re setting their blooms now
for next season. So give them a good mulch and plenty of water. Mulch
well with oak leaves and/or pine needles to keep soil acidic. Benefits of
Mulching: Mulching (organic or inorganic) is a layer of material on the
surface of the soil around the plant. Mulches conserve water by reducing
evaporation, insulates the soil and protects it from the drying wind and
hot sun. Mulches break the force of rain and irrigation water and tend to
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