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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.
Reston Association is planning to hire Lake Services, Inc. to dredge the accumulated sediment from the main coves of Lake Audubon. Dredging of the lake, which could begin as early as Feb. 1, is expected to be completed by the end of April. Dredging will not occur at the shoreline edge or within five feet of any dock structure. RA anticipates removing approximately 13,500 cubic yards of material.
Reston Association President, Andy Sigle, on behalf of the Board of Directors, sent a letter to the Fairfax County Planning Commission reiterating RA’s opposition to the proposed Planned Residential Community (PRC) zoning amendment and outlining initiatives the association could take to potentially stop the adoption of the amendment.
The Reston Association website has a new page that provides resources for residents who are seeking information on various topics related to aging in place. The Resources for Better Aging webpage is a project initiated by Reston Association’s 55+ Advisory Committee and the Reston for a Lifetime citizens group. The webpage was launched Monday, Jan. 7, 2019.