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The Reston Association Board of Directors approved the 2018/2019 biennial budget, and with that set the annual assessment rate at $682, which represents a $10 decrease from last year’s fee and is the first time in Reston’s history where the assessment has been reduced from the previous year. The association’s total budget for 2018 will be $18 million, as approved by the board Thursday, Nov. 16.
The Reston Association Board of Directors voted to oppose Fairfax County’s proposed Planned Residential Community (PRC) District Residential Density Zoning Ordinance Amendment at its regular monthly meeting Thursday, Oct. 26.
(Updated Oct. 16, 2017) The Reston Association Board of Directors approved motions related to the Pony Barn Pavilion and the draft of the 2018 budget at its Thursday, Sept. 28, meeting.
At its regular monthly meeting Thursday night, the Reston Association Board of Directors selected John Bowman to fill one of four at-large seats on the nine-member governing panel. The position on the board became open after Ray Wedell resigned earlier this month.
Reston Association will be hosting three community engagement meetings and has launched an online survey to capture community input on the Hook Road Recreation Area Master Planning Project. The survey will remain open through Oct. 20.