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Keystone Connection News - JULY 2023

Updated: Jul 25, 2023


Picture of the Month - Life in Keystone


A Note From Your Editor, C. Leonard


Reminder we DO NOT have a General Meeting In July !

We would love to highlight life in Keystone/Odessa much more. Please share your adorable animal - fam pictures or a great story about where you live! It is our goal to share more about our community and resident businesses.

It is our community effort to "Preserve Keystone/Odessa" for its beauty, rurality and our waters, it takes a team to work together respectfully. Agree to disagree in the utmost respectful way, but keep in mind our common GOALS. Get involved if you want action. Be part of the solution, not the problem. Want to get more involved? There are open board seats. Don't feel you have time to fill a board position? Join a committee! Sometimes a committee chair needs someone to make a call or run an errand or print something off or research something. There are many small tasks that, if more people help with them, will take off a lot of pressure off the larger item and it will get done quicker. Volunteer today! Email us at: Don't forget to please share hot news and topics, pictures of the area, recipes, and interview availability. Email to:

Please support our amazing Business Sponsors featured in this newsletter!


Thursday, July 27, 2023

6:30 PM-7:30 PM

Q & A for KCA Members / Residents

at Keystone Civic Center Keystone Park

Special presentation by Ret. Veteran Clark Ricke & Attorney on project Major Modification Gunn Hwy /Wayne Rd. property.

If you would like to help us set up please click button to email our meeting Chair!




by Clara Lawhead, Chair

1. RZ-STD 23-0443- Rezoning Hearing Date: 07/24/2023, Time: 6:00 PM. The site at the SW Corner of Racetrack Rd / Gunn Hwy is currently zoned RSC-2 with 2.3 acres +/- . It has a Future Land Use designation of Residential-1 (RES-1), which allows for up to 1 dwelling unit per gross acre and is seeking commercial zoning. The County found the original application to be inconsistent and on June 8, 2023 found the new application inconsistent. A letter to the county on behalf of KCA was submitted to be included in Optix.

***Please Note ** Continuance Request:

MM 23-0443 (Gunn and Racetrack Road) the agent on behalf of the owner has submitted to the County a request to continue this application for 30 days. That has also been communicated to Ms. Lawhead directly by the project applicant. The purpose of the continuance is to continue to try and meet the expectations and concerns of the citizens and also to possibly modify the rezoning that has been requested.

As the County zoning staff has been made aware of this continuance request, the continuance for 30 days can only be approved by the Zoning Hearing Master this Monday evening. But as stated, it is the applicant’s request and direction that the continuance be considered and approved to the August 21st Zoning Hearing Master.

2. RZ PD 22-1638 has been continued to August 21, 2023 ZHM hearing at 6:00 p.m. This is the proposed support center at Gunn Hwy/Wayne Rd. The county has found this petition to be inconsistent. A letter to the county on behalf of KCA was submitted and is included in Optix. The applicant will present his revised plan again on July 27, 2023 for Questions and Answers attendance button is noted above in announcements.

3. SU-LE 23-0498 - This permit request will go directly to the Board of County Commissioners on September 12, 2023 (changed from August 8) at 9:00 AM 2nd Floor County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa 33602 (virtual participation is available) . The application is for land excavation shall be limited for the removal of a maximum of 3.3 million cubic yards of material, subject to approval of a Land Excavation Operating Permit in accordance with LDC, Part 8.01.00. The property is owned by Stephen Dibbs and is located on Lutz Lake Fern Road just west of the Suncoast Hwy. If you are interested in learning more on this subject, the Community holds Zoom meetings on various Sundays at 4:00 PM. Members wishing to attend may request to be a guest 24 hours in advance to

Current Variance requests in place are:

1. VAR-23-0602 – Application to be heard at the July 31, 2023 Land Use Hearing Officer Meeting at 10:00 AM. 18430 Wayne Road, Odessa, Variance for fence height in front of the property from 4’ to 6’.

2. VAR-23-0602 - The applicant requests a height variance to accommodate a proposed fence on property zoned ASC-1. VARIANCE(S): Fence Requirements Per LDC Section 6.07.02.C.2, fences in agricultural districts shall be regulated in the same manner as fences in residential districts, except under certain circumstances that do not apply to this case. Per LDC Section 6.07.02.C.1.a, a maximum height of 4 feet is permitted for fences in required front yards, except under certain circumstances that do not apply to this case. The applicant requests a 2-foot increase to the maximum permitted height to allow a height of 6 feet for a proposed fence in the required 50-foot front yard on the east side of the parcel along Wayne Road. FINDINGS: • A minimum lot width of 150’ is required in the ASC-1 district. The subject lot is approximately 121’ in width and therefore is nonconforming. However, it has been certified as a legal nonconforming lot, per NCL 17-0412 in the case record.

3. VAR-23-0395 - (Hearing date is TBD) The perimeter wall requested by the owners of the parcel at the eastern side of Gunn and Tarpon Springs Rd. has been rejected and the party must wait one year (August 2023) to reapply. This application is applying again to install an 8’ fence entirely surrounding the 33.57 acre estate property on Gunn Hwy and Tarpon Springs Road. The current Land Development Code allows for 4’ fence in front and 6’ fence on the sides of the property.

KEYSTONE CURRENT MONTH (link included to Hillsborough County Zone Hearing Maps Look Up).

To support or oppose the applications submitted your letters can be sent to:


Learn About The Zoning Process and See Available Resources : Click Here


The next Hillsborough County FLU - PAT (Future Land Use Project Advisory Team) meeting will be on August 8th at 5 PM

Submitted by C. Leonard

Clara Lawhead, KCA President, is a member of this team and has been attending the team meetings which discuss the potential changes to Unincorporated Hillsborough County's Comprehensive Plan under the Future Land Use Section. This is VITAL to the future of our Keystone Odessa Community Plan which falls under the Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan.

To learn more about the the FLU PAT Meetings and Unincorporated Hillsborough County Planning please click here: Plan Hillsborough

1. Survey Infrastructure Definition:

For the MetroQuest survey question on priorities (What is a priority for you? As we plan for new growth, consider what priorities are most important to you.)

a. Infrastructure & development - Using the existing man-made facilities and services (i.e. water and sewer lines, roadways, bridges, parks, fire stations, stormwater systems, etc.) needed to sustain industry, residential, commercial, and all other land use activities to the fullest extent of their ability.

For the MetroQuest survey question on inward growth (What should be in the plan? Rate each growth strategy as to how important or effective it can be to accommodate expected growth.)

b. Maximize existing infrastructure - Concentrate development and redevelopment in areas that can efficiently use public water, sewer, roads, etc.

a. ELAPP and protected greenspace under environmental layer

b. Zoning and Future Land Use under planning layer

3. Does redevelop-able land include single family residential properties?

a. Yes, the redevelop-able lands include parcels with single family homes. They represent 51% of the redevelop-able parcels and 27% of the redevelop-able acreage. Their acreage ranges from 0.33 acres to 103.85 acres. The average redevelop-able single family home parcel size is 0.9844 acres.

b. In terms of redevelopment criteria, they could meet one or more of the following:

i. The value of the single family home may be less than 50% of the value of the land

ii. Parcel has a more dense Future Land Use Type (Residential 4, Suburban Mixed Use)

iii. Single Family home was built before 1990 and sits on a lot greater than or equal to

0.333 acres

4. Transit Oriented Development Fixed Guideway Definition:

a. Fixed-Guideway Transit – A transportation facility (A) using and occupying a separate right-of-way for the exclusive use of public transportation; (B) using rail; (C) using a fixed catenary system; (D) for a passenger ferry system; or (E) for a bus rapid transit system.

5. Centers and Connections Map:

6. Commercial Locational Criteria Map:

7. County Context Classification Map:

8. Mobility Section of Unincorporated Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan: Hillsborough-County-Comprehensive-Plan.pdf (

9. SWIM Draft Tampa Bay Water Plan Update Upcoming Public Meeting: Draft Tampa Bay SWIM Plan Update | (


County Connections To Tomorrow

Engagement Opportunities

Help us develop the 2050 Freight Plan!

We want to hear from you! If you live, work, or play in unincorporated Hillsborough County, please take (and share) our 2050 Goods Movement & Truck Route Plan Survey by July 31, 2023 to be eligible for a $100 Walmart gift card drawing.

The Hillsborough TPO is coordinating with the County to update the Hillsborough County Truck Route Plan to establish designated truck routes that address issues and concerns raised by freight operators, shippers, and residents. This information will also be incorporated into the Needs Assessment of freight and goods movement in the development of the 2050 Transportation Plan.

The Rewind: June TPO Board Meeting & TIP Public Hearing recap

The TPO Board entertained one general action item - narrowing the list of TPO Executive Director candidates to four to continue in the selection process. During the Public Hearing, the Board heard the report and public comment on the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for FY24 – FY28 before considering approval of the TIP.

Community works together to implement Safe Routes to School

In 2018, the TPO conducted a Safe Routes to School study in conjunction with the School Transportation Working Group (STWG). The study resulted in a variety of recommendations that can be implemented at schools throughout Hillsborough County. Plant High School and Roosevelt Elementary are two schools that have implemented several of these recommendations.





Rural Life In Keystone

Picture of the Month



"Donkey & Goats"

Only in Keystone can you find someone walking their pet donkey and goat in the neighborhood at one of our amazing rural Keystone/Odessa communities.





by Clara Lawhead KCA is granting wishes!

The KCA has been granting wishes for the past two years in an innovative approach to meeting community needs. Last year the grant project funded six projects and this year five organizations applied and were funded.

Each KCA grant is awarded for up to $500.00. Recipients included: Odessa Wildlife Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc.; Walker Middle School Walker Ag Club garden and animal habitat; Hammond Elementary School (2) water station 2019 and Canopy Project 2021; American Legion Post toward new roof; Hillsborough County Parks Conservation Security Cameras (Lake Park); Keys to Kindness Scholarships for Keystone Children with financial need; Odessa Wranglers 4H; Keystone Prep Greenhouse project; African Methodist Episcopal Church, MT Pleasant AME Church Restoration Project; and Owls Nest Sanctuary.

If you or your organization has a worthy community project that benefits Keystone residents or inhabitants, please consider making an application for your project. Go the Keystone Civic Association Website and complete the online grant application: Community Grant Opportunities - KCA . If you have any questions, please call me at 813-376-0474 for more information. We are so pleased to be able to offer this opportunity for our Keystone community.




Prepare for our Florida Storm Season

Submitted By: K. Wloch, ERC Chair

Be ready for hurricane season. Take action TODAY to be better prepared for when the worst happens. Understand your risk from hurricanes, and begin pre-season preparations now. Make sure you understand how to interpret forecasts and alerts, and know what to do before, during, and after a storm. If you live in hurricane-prone areas, you are encouraged to prepare before hurricane season begins on June 1.

Know Your Risk: Water & Wind

Find out today what types of wind and water hazards could happen where you live. Hurricanes are not just a coastal problem. Impacts from wind and water can be felt hundreds of miles inland, and significant impacts can occur regardless of the storm’s strength. Know if you live in an area prone to flooding, if you live in an evacuation zone, and identify any structural weaknesses in your home.

Consider Your Threats While hurricanes pose the greatest threat to life and property, tropical storms and tropical depressions also can be devastating. The primary hazards from tropical cyclones (which include tropical depressions, tropical storms, and hurricanes) are storm surge flooding, inland flooding from heavy rains, destructive winds, tornadoes, and high surf and rip currents.

  • Storm surge is water that is pushed toward the shore by winds swirling around the storm, and historically has caused the largest loss of life in hurricanes. This rise in water level can cause severe flooding in coastal areas, which can submerge entire areas, cause structural damage to buildings, and wash out roads. Storm surge can travel several miles inland, especially along bays, rivers, and estuaries.

  • Flooding from the extreme amounts of rain a hurricane can bring has also proven to be very deadly, both over an extended period of time as well as very short-term flash flooding. Homes and businesses could flood, and flooded roads could make travel and evacuations difficult, as well as being a potentially deadly hazard to those in vehicles or on foot. Floodwaters can also contain harmful bacteria, chemicals, wildlife and other dangerous objects. Extreme rain from hurricanes can even flood areas that aren’t normally prone to flooding. Flooding can happen hundreds of miles inland, and can persist for several days after a storm.

  • Hurricane-force winds can cause damage to homes and other buildings, ranging from moderate to catastrophic depending on both wind speed and structural integrity. Wind damage can lead to large areas with power and communications outages, as well as uproot trees and make roads impassable due to debris. Signs, roofing material, and other items left outside can become flying missiles during hurricanes. Mobile homes are especially vulnerable to wind damage.

  • Hurricanes and tropical storms can also produce tornadoes. These tornadoes most often occur in thunderstorms embedded in rain bands well away from the center of the hurricane; however, they can also occur near the eyewall.

  • Waves from distant storms can produce deadly rip currents and rough surf on beaches very far away. Good weather at the beach itself does NOT mean the ocean is safe. Even storms more than 1,000 miles away can cause impacts.

Determine if you live in a flood-prone area Anyone living in a flood-prone area is especially vulnerable to hurricane impacts. Find out today the flood risk for your area and plan accordingly. If you don’t live in a flood zone, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re safe - extreme rain from hurricanes can bring floods even to areas that aren’t prone to flooding.

Find out if you live in an evacuation zone Determine if you live in a storm surge evacuation zone. This can tell you about your vulnerability to storm surge, and will be imperative when it comes time to develop an evacuation plan.

Identify your home’s structural risks Find out if your home has any weaknesses that could prove deadly in a hurricane. Are your exterior doors and garage door hurricane proof? Do you have storm shutters? Some aspects of your home can be strengthened to help withstand hurricane impacts, and some can not. Mobile homes are especially vulnerable to hurricane-force winds, and basements are especially vulnerable to storm surge and flooding. Additional Resources:




Disaster Kit Checklist

Storm / Hurricane Season Preparedness Tips

by C. Leonard (repost )

Herein this article are some tips and information shared on what you can do to prepare. County information is included below for Shelter information.

Tip #1: Protect your Large or Small Animals : Now is the time to prepare, purchase items of necessities for home or farm in case of power outages etc. Prepare for your animals / shelters, protection in the event of flooding if known in your area. It is recommended to develop an emergency “plan”. Collaborate with your neighbors for any scenario. Know where you can move your horses, large or small animals, by reaching out to resources within our communities, local barns, veterinarian, etc. Assure food is stored in a high dry places in case of flood, use pallets to keep food or hay off ground etc. Have plenty of water stocked in case of electricity down time if you have a well. Suggested use plastic barrels to hold rain water is a great resource or unused tubs, coolers. Assure to have emergency medical supply kits ready in water tight containers in case of injuries. Appropriate veterinary medications etc.

Tip #2: Assemble Emergency Supplies for Home & Food for at least 5-7 days: Have plenty of non perishable Food and Water on hand. Fill bath tubs for use of toilets and washing. Baby Formulas/ Foods and supplies. Manual Bottle opener. Outdoor grill Propane/Charcoal, Cooler/Ice, Batteries, Battery operated Radio, Portable Device Electronic Charger, charged at all times. Flashlights, Chlorine disinfectant cleaner, Garbage bags, Medical Supplies, Refilled Medications (stock at least 60 days supply). Important Papers in water sealable bag such as : Home Insurance, Wills/Trusts, Birth Certificates, Health Insurance, Deeds, anything of value not replaceable. Your washing machine is also a great place to store photo albums or special items. Get Extra Cash Now. Insect Repellent. If you have trouble with local pharmacies on your medications, there are alternates you can call for deliveries. Sand Bags, Wood for windows/doors. Generator. Tip #3: Assist/Protect Elderly/Disabled Neighbors: If you know of elderly or disabled neighbors, please include them in your neighborhood emergency plan, help guide them to prepare. Assure they have plenty of food, water, medications, and special needs are met. Prepare medication and physician lists. If in a flood zone, assist them to schedule pick up to a local shelter. Protect elderly if they do not have family around. If assistance is needed please contact our main KCA number for the Emergency Response team to do best to assist collaboratively.

County Shelter Locations

Shelters/ Evacuations: Hillsborough County Shelters are opened on an “as-needed” basis depending on the emergency. To stay informed on shelter locations and opening notifications, sign up for HCFL Alert. Openings will vary with each emergency.

The County operates 3 types of shelters during an emergency: (See included links for more info)

Locations Defined by County:

General Population Emergency Shelters : These shelters are intended to provide immediate protection and save the lives of those in the path of a catastrophic and deadly storm. It’s important to have a plan – shelters are not resorts. If you do need to shelter in a County evacuation shelter keep in mind:

  • Evacuation shelters will not have cots, blankets or food for residents.

  • Bring water: one gallon per person, per day , Food: non-perishable, easy-to-prepare items, Bedding: pillows and blankets, Medications, medical items and supplies (hearing aids with extra batteries, glasses, contact lenses, syringes, etc.), Sanitation and personal hygiene items, Baby supplies (bottles, formula, baby food, diapers)

  • If you have specific comfort needs (i.e. special dietary or snacks), plan to get those items ahead of time.

  • Don't bring alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, weapons

Pet Friendly Emergency Shelters - For information about pet sheltering contact Pet Resources at (813) 744-5660.

Hillsborough County offers eight (8) pet friendly shelters. To shelter your pet in case of emergency you must bring:

  • Proof of current rabies vaccination and license for dogs and cats

  • Pet must be on a leash or in a carrier

  • A crate large enough for your pet to stand up and turn around. Cats need a crate large enough to contain litter and food/water

  • Bring all pet supplies to include: crate, food, water, litter, treats, cleaning supplies, medicines, etc.

  • You are responsible for the care of your pet while in the shelter

  • Cohabitation of pets and owners is not permitted

If you are unable to meet these requirements, please make other arrangements to shelter your pet. Learn more about pet disaster planning.

Link to Pet safety planning for a hurricane or other natural disaster:

Special Needs Shelters - We highly encourage to bring one caregiver to assist you at the shelter. All special needs shelters are pet friendly.

The County provides special needs shelters for residents whose medical condition may require the use of electrical equipment, oxygen, dialysis, or individuals with physical, cognitive, or medical conditions that may require assistance from medical professionals. Although special needs shelters provide more care than a general shelter, they DO NOT provide continuous bedside nursing, only assistance with daily functions and medical monitoring. What to bring to a special needs shelter: Bring your own medical equipment, special dietary foods, and supplies, including: medications, list of medications, wound care supplies, bedding, towel/washcloth, change of clothing, wheelchair/walker, personal hygiene items (soap, toothbrush, adult diapers, etc.).

If you believe you or someone you know may need a special needs shelter it is highly recommended you pre-register for the Special Needs Shelter Program before hurricane season. Follow these instructions to register for a special needs shelter.




Florida Disaster Information

by Florida State Agriculture Response Team

Submitted by C Leonard

For more information on the Florida Disaster emergency planning website click here.

Planning for Larger Animals When planning for larger animals (i.e. livestock), take the following into consideration when developing your disaster plan:

  • Disaster supply kit that includes, but is not limited to the following items:

    • Form of identification for each animal

    • Food and water

    • Medications

    • Handling equipment

    • Dry bedding

    • Windbreaks

  • Develop an evacuation plan to include different routes and possible shelter sites suitable for your animals.

  • Ensure you have the necessary resources to transport your animals – vehicles, trailers and experienced drivers and handlers.

  • Animal-Related Emergency Response

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) serves as the lead agency for the State Emergency Response Team Emergency Support Function 17 (Animal and Agricultural Issues). Please click here to view additional information and resources to help you prepare a disaster plan for your animals.

I recommend if you have large animals or smaller outdoor farm animals, please review the pdf 2022 plan booklet here by Florida State Agricultural Response Team : S A R T



We have resident members who have volunteered to spear head this project for our Keystone Marquee sign repair plan at Keystone Park. If you would like to be involved, join the committee to be a part of this project and are able to assist please email us.


Support the Adopt A Road Project

UPCOMING DATE IS AUGUST 26, 2023 AT 7:00 AM, MEET AT KEYSTONE PARK! You may also Register online on our Events Page : Adopt a Road Registration


Healthy Updates


Did You Know...

Cayenne and other Peppers (Capsaicin) could melt away pounds

By C. Leonard

(resource: The Kitchen Table)

This Spicy seasoning varieties of Peppers could melt away pounds!

Losing weight could be as easy as turning up the heat in the meals you already eat. Cayenne, chili pepper, banana peppers, jalapenos ~ they all pack the fiery-hot compound capsaicin. Adding spice to your meals could prevent future weight gain and fight the flab.

Experts used to think cayenne. and other capsaicin seasonings could help you eat less. That's true in the short-term. Rats fed red pepper in their food eat less food the first few days but 10 days later are eating their normal amount of food again. The effect on appetite may not last, but capsaicin can still keep you trim and prevent obesity-related illness in three important ways.

1) Boosting the amount of calcium inside your fat cells. Calcium regulates the development of fat cells, and high levels squash their growth. In tests rats fed high-fat diets with capsaicin added didn't gain weight, whereas rats on high-fat diets without capsaicin became very obese.

2) Putting a lid on the amount of Bcl-2 in cells. The same protein that keeps cancer cells from dying also protects fat cells from the same fate. Capsaicin suppresses Bcl-2 and increases levels of Bax and Bak in cells, two proteins that trigger the death of fat cells. It is said that Capsaicin will also protect one from cancer cells growth in the mitochondria of that cell.

3) Increasing the amount of adiponectin in fat cells. This chemical protects you against inflammation, atherosclerosis, and diabetes, all obesity-related complications.

Experts have shared eating a typical Indian or Thai diet, laden with chili pepper spices, should provide you with enough capsaicin. to get these benefits. Get adventurous in the kitchen and start experimenting with exotic, spicy recipes with what your digestion can handle. You have nothing to lose but inches!

Definitions: Adiponectin is a hormone your adipose (fat) tissue releases that helps with insulin sensitivity and inflammation. Low levels of adiponectin are associated with several conditions, including obesity, Type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis/. Mitochondria are membrane-bound cell organelles (mitochondrion, singular) that generate most of the chemical energy needed to power the cell's biochemical reactions. Chemical energy produced by the mitochondria is stored in a small molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Mitochondria contain their own small chromosomes. Generally, mitochondria, and therefore mitochondrial DNA, are inherited only from the mother.




It's a very Hot Summer but there is still FUN to be had!

Keystone Park & Recreation Center SIGN UP and Instructions for Activities/Programs

Submitted by Joe Monroe, Recreation Program Supervisor

HC Parks and Recreation Department

How to Register for Parks and Recreation Programs:

How to create and account:

2. [Click] Register for Parks & Rec Activities

3. [Click] Login located in the blue heading

4. [Click] Please click here to register for a new account

5. Enter your information

6. Once you have created an account, you can click any of the pictures to register for programs Links:

Click on the pictures below or find these pictures on our website to register for programs:

After School- Traditional:

After School Adaptive:

Summer Camps:

Pickleball Lessons:

Tone & Stretch:

Keystone Shelters:


Toddler PE:

Parks & Rec Newsletter:


Save the Date Next Barns and Beer is Friday Nov 3, 2023.

We invite everyone to come out and enjoy!


Get involved with KCA


Below is a list of our Committees. If you are interested to be more involved with KCA, we would love to have your support by joining one of our committees below.

Simply click the link to directly Email the Committee Chair and Co Chair to SIGN UP or for your inquiries! It is our goal to make "communications" easy for our members.


Have any Questions? Please Email Us.


General Meeting will be held next month August 24, 2023 at

Keystone Civic Center at Keystone Park - Large Meeting Room

6:30 PM Social 7:00 PM Meeting Start.


Thank You to our Keystone Business Sponsors for their continued support!

Interested in supporting KCA by becoming a Business Sponsor?


Key Upcoming Dates

July 27, 2023 Question and Answers Land Use presentation by Clark Ricke

August 10, 2023 KCA Board of Directors Meeting

August 24, 2023 KCA General Membership Meeting

August 26, 2023 Adopt a Road 7:00 AM at Keystone Park --Sign Up

Committee Meetings: TBD by Chairs via email / phone


Membership Updates

Members may have been receiving emails from our New Membership system as we have been manually updating Expiration and Join Dates from the imported records. Accordingly we have been confirming your information is correct. If you have received an email identifying "Thank you for your subscription purchase" this means we have manually attached your original membership subscription to your account profiles. The link you receive will allow you to enter your account. Please keep your password saved somewhere.

Some members imported are showing "unpaid" as some renewals are past due. We will keep your account open for 30 days to allow time to "renew" / make payment toward your account(s). If we do not see a renewal or confirmation come through we will suspend access until such time renewal is received.

All Paid Subscribed KCA members have access to your account as well to the back office files (KCA Documents) to review previous membership meeting minutes and other pertinent information.

Please be sure to keep your information up to date i.e. email, phone and address. Please include your spouse name in your membership information so we may acknowledge your family member(s). Renew or become a member Link Here

Have questions on membership OR if you have any updates to your email as this is the MAIN source to contact you Please Contact us at or someone will respond as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience as we continue to clean up this integral part of our integration .


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