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The recently adopted Reston Comprehensive Plan strongly encourages any new residential development or redevelopment to be integrated into the Reston community by bringing the new residences into Reston Association through a supplementary declaration. As outlined below, there are various options to consider when subjecting properties to RA covenants. Properties already subject to RA covenants are described at the bottom of this section.
On property that is not already subject to the Reston Deed of Dedication, developers interested in obtaining membership with Reston Association may consider the following options:
Options 1 and 5 are considered standard for any agreement made with developers of property that is not already subject to the Reston Deed.
Developers of property that is already subject to the Reston Deed will follow the process of adding real property to the Association as outlined in Section II.2 of the Reston Deed. Specifically, with the written consent of the fee simple Owner and any holder of a deed of trust on such real estate, and a two-thirds vote of the RA Board of Directors during a meeting in which a quorum is present, the Association may submit real estate to the provisions of the Reston Deed and the jurisdiction of the Association
Under this model, owners and occupants of the property are considered Category A or B or C Members of the association with all rights and responsibilities delineated in the Reston Deed. The owner will pay the full annual assessment for each unit, and design guidelines for development will be administered by the RA Design Review Board.