Our resident committees are dedicated to making the Del Webb Community a more beautiful and safe place for residents to enjoy.
Below you will find:
- Information regarding Architectural Guidelines
- Past Safety Committee Articles
- Information on the Financial Advisory Committee
- Hurricane Preparation Packet
Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
Indira Kleen - Chair, Gina Witzleben - Co-Chair, Russ Sparks, Marilyn Brunner, Joost Keesing, Leonard Lomangino - Alternate
The purpose of the Architectural Review Committee is to make approval or denial decisions based on the Del Webb Orlando HOA Guidelines; regarding any changes to an existing residential home, including everything from additions and swimming pools to landscape and gutters. Changes or improvements to a home or landscaping may be made only after receiving written approval from the Architectural Review Committee. In order to have your package reviewed it must be submitted to 500 Del Webb Blvd by the Wednesday prior to the meeting date.
ARC Application (Revised 3.2020)
Generator Quick Application (Revised 9.2019)
Design Guidelines (Revised 11.2019)
Charter Club Advisory Committee (CCAC)
Alice Kalamar - Co-Chair, Walt Roth - Co-Chair, Karen Oberrath - Member, Mark Manzo - Alternate
The Chartered Club Advisory Committee (CCAC) serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of Directors, Lifestyle Director and Community Association Manager. The committee reviews and approves applications for new chartered clubs and provides oversight to the Chartered Clubs and various Special Interest Groups under their auspices. Further, this committee monitors clubs' adherence to the chartered club rules, regulations and procedures, and makes recommendations to the Lifestyle Director for updating and changing the rules, regulations, and procedures to improve clubs' understanding and operations. The CCAC will hold committee hearings that involve club vs club disputes, club conflicts, or club member violations and will make recommendations to the Board on an alleged club dispute, club conflict or club violation. Members of the CCAC shall be appointed and shall serve at the discretion of the Board.
Ken Lindberg - Chair, George Vamos - Vice Chair, Larry Artim, Jim Setaro - Alternate
To ensure that open channels of communication are maintained between the Board of Directors, Del Webb Homeowners Association, Community Association Manager, Del Webb Orlando Homeowners (members of the Association) and Ridgewood Lakes Master Association so that all pertinent information is accurately exchanged between each.
Financial Review Advisory Committee (FRAC)
Chair - Fred Crane. Members - Dan Stout, Frank Sultzman. Alternates - Karen Dally
Fines and Suspension Committee (FSC)
Don Carey, Don Jennings
La Tapenade Tavern Committee (LTTC)
Val Nassar co-chair, Bill Witzleben co-chair, Mike Wright, Suzanne Gray, Brendan Barry
Rules Advisory Committee
Dimitra Nicastro – Chair, Fred Crane, Alice Kalamar, Frank Ritchie, Barry Schlegel
Safety Advisory Committee (SAC)
Jim McTigue- Chair, Jim Holdread, Ron Miller, Ken Overfield, Bob Gerber
Safety Advisory Committee Documents
Safety Issue Submittal Form (Updated 9.19.18)
Hurricane Preparation Packet (Updated 7.2019)
Chair: Barbara Demers; Vice Chair: Dimitra Nicastro
Association Documents Team: Debbie Badger, John Bavlish, Kathy Worley
Facilities Team: Greg Garner, John Ham, Bob Gorecki
Finance Team: Annette Jensen, Jeff Krieger, Martin Santana
Infrastructure Team: Pradeep Suresh Mehta, Linda Spence, Doug Stamm
Maintenance Team: Ed Matecjeck, Brian Keller, Jim McTigue
Operations Team: Cassandra Willette, Alice Kalamar, Candy Maroney
Special - Contracts/Legal Team: Bill Blake, Bob Brunner, Michael Yatsko
The Transition Committee was chartered in June 2019 by the DWO Board of Directors to ensure that Del Webb Orlando (DWO) Residents are aware of all the details of the community as well as be aware of any assumed liabilities or agreements set in place by the Developer during the lifetime of the development process. Also to ensure that The DWO Homeowner’s Association is postured for current and future success of the community once the Developer has exited (expected in 2020)
The Transition Committee is organized into seven 3-person teams to cover all aspects of the community during the transition. The Committee will ensure a smooth transition from developer to homeowner’s control, partnering with the Developer and the Management Company. They will accomplish this by gathering, assessing/analyzing, and verifying/validating data, then identifying gaps, and making recommendations to the Board of Directors.
Rich Waganer – Chair, Bob Brunner