Vice Mayor Felicia M. Brunson

Spring is in the Air!


This winter weather has literally been nonexistent for our community and thankfully, sunshine has been on the horizon. Spring is such a wonderful time of the year since it is a reminder of new life blossoming before our eyes. Spring is also known as a time of renewal. This is …

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Let’s Move Forward!

Vice Mayor Felicia M Brunson

As the election has come to an end and we welcome our new Commissioner Brian Johnson, let’s move forward and continue to make West Park the City of Positive Progression! Make no mistake we are facing some serious challenges, and how we respond to them will mark our destiny. But …

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Where Did The Summer Go?


Summer is almost over. School will be starting soon. Where did the summer go? I hope you and your family are having a great end to summer and that you are eager and your children are ready to begin another successful school year. The Commission and Staff of the City …

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All in this Together

All in this TogetherGovernment and its leadership are constantly confronted with challenges and opportunities. I am confident that West Park will jointly meet these challenges that face us and will take full advantage of the opportunities before us. I believe that West Park may have weathered the worst of a …

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Mes de la Herencia Hispana


Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Serving and Leading Our Nation with Pride and Honor By Vice Mayor Felicia M. Brunson Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the …

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Grandparents are Special!


Did you know…… 7 million The number of grandparents whose grandchildren under age 18 were living with them in 2011. 2.7 million The number of grandparents responsible for the basic needs of one or more grandchildren under age 18 living with them in 2011. Of these caregivers, 1.7 million were …

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