NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the West Villages Improvement District (the “District”) will hold a public hearing (the “Public Hearing”) and regular meeting (the “Meeting”) of its Board of Supervisors (the “Board”) on October 8, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. in a room at the City of North Port located at 4970 City Hall Boulevard, North Port, Florida 34286. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider adopting proposed revised rates relative to the provision of irrigation quality water to users within the District, specifically as it relates to the manner of application of the District’s “Tier 2” rates. The purpose of the Meeting is to consider any District related items as noted on the Agenda. At such time the Board is so authorized and may consider any business that may properly come before it.
While it may be necessary to hold the above referenced Public Hearing & Meeting utilizing communications media technology due to the current COVID-19 public health emergency, the District fully encourages public participation in a safe and efficient manner. To that end, anyone wishing to listen to and/or participate in the Public Hearing and/or Meeting can do so utilizing the following login information:
Join by URL for VIDEO ACCESS at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81820067767
Meeting ID: 818 2006 7767
Dial In at: 1 929 436 2866
About the District
The West Villages Improvement District was created by Special Act of the Florida Legislature pursuant to and under Florida Statutes Chapter 189 Special Purpose Local Government Act to assure timely, cost-effective, and high-quality design and implementation of infrastructure for the District located in City of North Port in Sarasota County.
WVID is a limited, single and specialized purpose Local Government whose purpose is to provide infrastructure, including community development systems, facilities, services, projects, and improvements to the District. The area governed by the District is approximately 11,000 acres.
A five-person Board of Supervisors governs the District and members must be United States citizens. In addition to the general powers that allow the Board to conduct its work, its Special Powers include: provision for utilities, maintenance, construction and waste collection. The District may borrow money, issue bonds, and levy taxes and/or special assessments, user fees and charges.