Westchester Master Association

The Westchester Master Association (WMA) represents all the communities along Pipers Glen (as well as the commercial units [CVS, Dunkin Donuts, etc.]). A total of 1813 units (860 homes on the East Side of Jog Road and 946 homes on the West Side [San Marco is part of the West Side]), and 50 commercial units.

Ralph Moccia is responsible for opening and closing the San Marco Weir when so advised by the Lake Worth Drainage District.

Nov 2019: The area around the monument at Pipers Glen & Military Trail has been poorly maintained.  Two palettes of sod have been installed and several landscapers have been contacted about landscaping; the area behind monument will be cleaned up. Algae and exotic plants are in the lakes. Future Horizons offered to seed the lakes with fish, but that presents other problems.  There will be further meetings and discussions. There have been meetings with golf course management to discuss their responsibilities re Master Association.  Further meetings will take place. The defective sign at Pipers Glen & Jog will be repaired December 8.

Sept 2019:  The West Side has seen the two guardhouses re-roofed with new lights, the street lamps have been painted and the dilapidated golf course fence at the corner of Jog and Pipers Glen has been removed. New signs will be installed.