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The Fairfax County supervisors voted Tuesday, March 5 to approve Hunter Mill District Supervisor, Cathy Hudgins’ motion to indefinitely defer the matter concerning the Planned Residential Community zoning ordinance amendment.
As the prime home-shopping and selling season approaches, Reston Association wants to remind sellers to order their disclosure documents through WelcomeLink as early as possible in order to prevent delays during the settlement process. Delivery of the documents will take up to 14 days, and you don’t have to wait for an offer on your home to order a disclosure packet.
The Fairfax County Planning Commission will ask the county Board of Supervisors to deny approval of a zoning ordinance amendment that would increase the maximum allowed population per acre in Reston’s Planned Residential Community (PRC).
Reston Association Environmental Advisory Committee member, Doug Britt, is one of several Reston residents who are monitoring local tributaries this winter to determine the impact road de-icing agents are having on the environment.
The Reston Association Elections Committee has certified five candidates to run for the five open seats on Board of Directors this year. Voting will take place from March 4 through April 1.