A big THANK YOU to Joyce Thomas for filling the vacant Marker Oversight Position for the location at Bocca Raton & Bridgwood Drive. This is a major contribution to our community and we would like to extend our gratitude!
Just a reminder if you want to help pick up trash from time to time, we still have two open positions for markers at Randol Mill Rd & High Woods Trail, and High Woods Trail/Boca Raton Blvd. Contact Clarita Porter for more information.
Approval of a Resolution Approving Agreement No. 1 to the TIF Development Agreement with Highwoods Village Development LLC, to (i) extend the milestone and completion deadlines, and (ii) revise the Developer’s obligations from a $10,000,000 expenditure in Total Development Costs to $10,000,000 taxable value created by the development as determined by Tarrant Appraisal District.
Highwoods Village located at 6200 Randol Mill Road will be a 43-lot single family community on 10 acres with a $252,000 average home price.
Completion date: December 31, 2024
Milestones/Phases: September 30th 2022, September 30th, 2023 and September 30th, 2024
Development to be appraised at no less than $10,000,000 in final taxable value for the 2025 Tax Year, as determined by Tarrant Appraisal
The Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) provides revenue from a ½-cent sales tax dedicated to funding programs aimed at reducing and preventing crime in Fort Worth. The district was established in 1995 following high crime rates that occurred in the late 1980s.
The current term expires Sept. 30, 2020. The July 14 election asks whether to continue the district for a 10-year term.
With covid-19 lay-offs, limited work schedules and children at home all day, many families are now food insecure. They need our help.
Ron and Cindy Brewington Clapp are collecting food, paper products and cleaning products for the food pantry at St John the Apostle Church. Church services are online, so weekly donations are down significantly. Couple that with the tremendous need at this time, and the food pantry goes bare by the end of the week.
Cindy and Ron will keep a bin on their front porch as a collection place. If you feel so inclined, feel free to drop off your donations to the food pantry. No cash or gift cards, please. The pantry needs peanut butter, pasta, canned vegetables, canned fruits and canned meats, diapers, formula, cleaning products, toilet paper, cereal, powdered milk, bread, coffee, tea, soups, rice, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, etc. You get the idea.
Drop off during daylight hours. If you drop off fresh fruit or vegetables, text Cindy so she can refrigerate until she takes to the food pantry.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus in our community is certainly cause for alarm. Keep in mind that there is a lot of misinformation on social media. It is important to keep yourself informed from a reliable source. Tarrant County Public Health Department has set up a Coronavirus telephone hotline and webpage to answer your questions.
We still have two open positions with the Woodhaven Neighborhood Association
Committee Chairpersons: Legal
From time to time, we need legal counsel regarding a proposed project or an issue within the community. Attendance at our monthly WNA Steering Committee Meetings would be welcomed when Legal Chair’s schedule permits.
Marker Monitors assist with clearing trash from the marker areas between weekly maintenance provided by Mike Carter and his Team. Water leaks quickly reported drastically reduce the monthly water bills at each of the 5 marker areas. It is suggested that the Marker Monitor wear gloves and take a trash bag when checking Marker area/s.