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At its monthly meeting March 22, the Reston Association Board of Directors approved two motions that are considered critical next steps to the establishment of strong internal controls. A substantially revised procurement and purchasing resolution was approved that would require the board to review and approve all contracts and agreements with expenditures of over $24,999.
The Reston Association Board of Directors voted in favor of forming a working group to provide recommendations regarding the association’s policies on lakes, docks and boats. The group will be tasked with providing suggestions to the board about amending related governing documents.
Volunteers are needed for the 30th Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup on April 14 from 9 a.m. to noon. Historically, thousands of residents from multiple states have participated in this event.
Reston Association and its Elections Committee are working with independent agent, Intelliscan Inc., to ensure that approximately 3,500 non-apartment renters are mailed election ballots early the week of March 19.
Reston Association's Central Services Facility employees are working to remove trees that fell during the March 2 windstorm. Priority is being given to trees that are downed on roadways and pathways. Any trees that are hanging or may be a safety hazard are also being dealt with first by RA crews.