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Official facebook page of the Westbury Area Improvement Corporation (WAIC) and Westbury SuperNeighborhood 37 in Houston, Texas.
Incorporated in 1991, the purpose of the 501c3 non-profit WAIC (Westbury Area Improvement Corporation) is to improve the quality of life for residents of the Westbury area of Houston, Texas. Focus areas include: * Improve the appearance of the area * Security of residents * Relationships between local businesses and residents * Services from city, state, and federal governments The WAIC meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday at 8:30 AM in the Fellowship Building Conference Room at Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church at 4930 W Bellfort Ave, Houston, TX 77035. Meetings are public. Current Officers of the WAIC are: Cindy Chapman - President David Roschke - Vice President Edith Smith - Secretary Marcia Hartman - Treasurer The WAIC and the Westbury Civic Club jointly make up the Westbury37 SuperNeighborhood, as defined by the City of Houston. The WAIC board has representatives from local schools, non-profit institutions, businesses, local organizations, plus residents who live within the boundaries of the Westbury SuperNeighborhood. Since the WAIC holds its monthly meetings during regular business hours, the WAIC hosts the monthly Westbury37 SuperNeighborhood meetings which are attended by representatives from local, state and the federal government. The official WAIC address is: Westbury Area Improvement Corporation PO Box 35753 Houston, TX 77235-5753 The physical location and an alternate mailing address is: Westbury Area Improvement Corporation (WAIC) c/o Westbury Civic Club 5322 W Bellfort, Suite # 107 Houston, TX 77035 The Westbury Civic Club phone number is 713-723-5437. Projects have included * Financial support for the Westbury Houston Police Department Storefront office - ongoing * Beautification projects in the Westbury area, often in partnership with other area organizations such as the Westbury Civic Club, the Westbury Garden Club, the Friends of Chimney Rock Park/ Platou Community Center, the Friends of Westbury Greenspaces, etc. * Creation of and ongoing support for the Westbury Community Garden, in partnership with the Westbury Civic Club. Ongoing project to raise funds to acquire the property where the Westbury Community Garden is located. * Projects to improve local public parks (Hager Park and Westbury Park)
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The WAIC and Westbury Super Neighborhood will not hold a meeting in December. Our next meeting will be held on January 21 at the regularly scheduled date and location (Salem Evangelical Lutheran) at 8:30 AM.
The public is invited to the November WAIC meeting (and Westbury Super Neighborhood meeting) on Wednesday, November 19 at 8:30 AM at Salem Evengelical Lutheran Church at 4930 West Bellfort. We will hold board elections. We will also discuss the Southern Crushed Concrete environmental permit application and ongoing advocacy efforts for a Westbury High School campus expansion. Our partners will give updates.
Save the Date! Our September monthly meeting will be held on Wed 17 at 8:30 AM at Salem E. Lutheran Church on West Bellfort near S. Post Oak. You are invited to learn the latest info about issues and happenings in Westbury.
WAIC President Cindy Chapman submitted a letter today to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) about the pending environmental permit application by Southern Crushed Concrete. The letter contained this resolution approved by the WAIC Board of Directors at the August 20, 2014 meeting: After discussion and deliberation regarding the pending environmental permit application # 119443L001 by Southern Crushed Concrete for its site located in the Westbury area and in the Westbury Super Neighborhood, we believe that the proposed plant operation will have significant negative impact on the health, safety, and well-being of residents, students, and the general public in the Westbury area. We oppose the permit application and request a contested hearing.
We changed the name of our Facebook page to "WAIC Houston" today. Hope you like it!
Come to Westbury High School tonight to learn more about WHS and to meet the new principal, Mr Jason Catchings. TONIGHT, August 21, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the school.
The June monthly WAIC meeting will be held tomorrow morning (Wednesday June 18 at 8:30 AM) at Salem Evangelical Lutheran - Conference Room in the Fellowship Hall. This is located at 4930 W Bellfort, Houston, TX 77035. Our guest speaker will "METRO Transit System Re-Imagining Project" Jose Pulido.
TODAY is the runoff election for both the Democratic and the Republican primaries. Many usual voting places have been moved. Go to http://www.harrisvotes.org/VoterBallotSearch.aspx?L=E to find out where YOUR voting location will be!
Incorporated in 1991, the purpose of the 501c3 non-profit WAIC (Westbury
Area Improvement Corporation) is to improve
the quality of life for residents
of the Westbury area of Houston, Texas.
The WAIC meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday at 9:30 AM in the St Johns Presbyterian Church..
at 5020 W Bellfort Ave, Houston, TX 77035.
Meetings are public.
The WAIC and the Westbury Civic Club jointly make up the Westbury37 SuperNeighborhood, as defined by the City of Houston.
The WAIC board has representatives from local schools, non-profit institutions, businesses, local organizations, plus residents
who live within the boundaries of the Westbury SuperNeighborhood.
2010: A nationalFirst Place Award from Keep America Beautiful - for the Westbury Community Garden Project - a joint project of the Westbury Civic Club, WAIC, and the Westbury SuperNeighborhood.
2012: Community Stars Award from Houston Crackdown - for youth projects at the Westbury Community Garden - jointly presented to the Westbury Civic Club and the WAIC.
2013: Keep Houston Beautiful Award for "Keeping Westbury Beautiful" - a joint project of the Westbury Civic Club, the WAIC, and the Westbury SuperNeighborhood.
2014: Keep Houston Beautiful Award of Recognition to Marcia Hartman - leader of the Westbury Community Garden project of the WAIC.