Series S06 - Grant Requests

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Grant Requests

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CA CCOQ F21-S06

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  • 2002-2014 (Creation)
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    Westwood Plateau Community Association

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9 cm of textual records

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(1999- present)

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The Westwood Plateau Community Association was formed in 1999 when the Westwood Plateau development was completed by Wesbild. A group of residents wanted to maintain a high quality of life on the Plateau and wished to see it be a safe and environmentally friendly place. A Mission Statement and Constitution were created and on April 17, 1999 elections were held for the first Directors of the newly created Westwood Plateau Community Association (WPCA).

Since its inception, the WPCA has sponsored a number of community events including garage sales, golf tournaments, public meetings, picnics, community dinners, and have prepared a community newsletter. The Association also involves itself in advocacy efforts for issues relating to Plateau residents. A major project of the association was the erection of a Reader Board at the corner of Johnston and David Avenue. The board enables the Association to keep residents informed of events.

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The series consists of capital grant proposals, predominantly related to the large sign installed by the Association to alert residents to events happening in the area.

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