Your WINTER SPRINGS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (WSCA) has concluded its first community survey, consisting of questions for City residents about issues of importance to our community. WSCA was overwhelmed with both the quality and quantity of the respondents, which far surpassed expectations. The information gathered during this survey will greatly assist the WSCA in developing immediate plans to influence and help guide the City moving forward.
“I want to personally thank everyone who took time to give us valuable input for the direction of our City moving forward,” said Ken Greenberg, President of the Winter Springs Community Association. “We are at a critical crossroads as a City, and we will use this valuable feedback from City residents to move our community in a positive direction headed into 2020 and beyond.”
In the survey, residents were asked about issues of importance, and gave feedback to improve our community. It included both open ended questions and simple yes or no questions to gauge opinion on a range of issues.
“It was obvious from the responses people are eager to make improvements to our City,” said Jesse Phillips, Executive Vice President of the Winter Springs Community Association. “People are eager to put politics aside and unite to build something great; your Winter Springs Community Association is proud to be a catalyst.”
To join WSCA, go to www.OneWinterSprings.com and like us on Facebook. You are also invited to attend our informative monthly meetings, the 3rd Tuesday of each month, at Red Eye Sports Tavern at 7:30 PM. July, our guest speakers are several members of the Seminole County School Board. Our August featured guest speaker is Seminole County Commissioner Jay Zembower.