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Douglas Britt was selected by the Reston Association Board of Directors Thursday night to fill the empty at-large seat on the board. The seat became vacant due to a resignation last month. Because this is a board-appointed position, the term will only run through April 2020. The seat will then be placed on the election ballot in 2020 and the winning candidate will serve the final year of the term.
Reston National Golf Course has been purchased by two Baltimore developers, according to an article in the Washington Business Journal. There have been no publicly announced plans for the course from the new owners, however, grassroots members of Rescue Reston said on social media that they are gearing up for another potential fight to prevent the land from being developed.
Sridhar Ganesan resigned from the Reston Association Board of Directors this week. Ganesan was appointed to a one-year at-large seat in 2017 and served as treasurer. He was elected to an at-large seat in 2018 and served as vice president during his second year on the nine-member board. The term for the at-large position expires in 2021.
(Updated April 10, 2019) The results of the 2019 Board of Directors' election were announced at the Tuesday, April 9 Annual Members' Meeting. The Reston Association election process is overseen by the Elections Committee and the balloting is done by an independent firm. Voting took place from March 4 through April 3.
Reston Association’s Volunteer Reston program has announced its 2019 service award winners. These volunteers will be honored at the Reston Association Volunteer Service reception on Thursday, April 18. The event will be held at The Lake House sponsored by Comstock.