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Brambleton Growing Families. Building Community. Connecting Life.

March 2012

Community Association Strategic Plan Update Camps and Programs Design Review Q&A

Upcoming Events Flashlight Egg Hunt Easter Eggstravaganza Brambleton Ribbon Run


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In and Around Brambleton

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A LOOK AT THIS MONTH

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Preview all the meetings and events taking place in the month of March.

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Brambleton staff and contractors are taking advantage of the springlike weather to get a jump on the season.

MESSAGE FROM THE GM BCA staff and Committee members have been diligently working to enhance the quality of life for residents throughout Brambleton. Read about the most recent progress and activities within the community.

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SPRING PREPARATION

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CRYSTAL AQUATICS Crystal Aquatics will be servicing the Brambleton pools this summer and are currently hiring lifeguards for the 2012 pool season.

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A look at this month.....

March 2012 Sunday

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Commuter Survey Deadline Covenants Committe Meeting

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Activities Committee Meeting

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Special Board Meeting; Finance Committee Meeting

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DESIGN REVIEW Q & A

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Need to submit a Design Review Application but need more information on how the process works? Find the answers here.

"Let Us Garden" plots will be available for residents to rent for 2012.

LetSwim returns to Brambleton to provide swim lessons and water aerobics classes.

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COUNTY CORNER

COMMUNITY GARDEN

FAQ'S

SWIMMING LESSONS

DEVELOPER UPDATE Read about the most recent news from the developer.

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Find out more about the facility rental process in this month's FAQ's.

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Mark your calendars for the upcoming spring events and programs.

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SPRING EVENTS/PROGRAMS

BETTAS SWIM TEAM Registration for the Bettas Swim Team will be taking place soon. Find out more at the spring meeting.

Read the latest message from Supervisor Janet Clarke.

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LOUDOUN COUNTY Residents are invited and encouraged to share their opinions and thoughts through an online commuter survey.

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A MESSAGE FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER

In and Around Brambleton BCA staff and our Committee members have been diligently working to enhance the quality of life for residents throughout Brambleton. These efforts have resulted in a great deal of activity that will directly benefit residents and our community this year and well into the future. I am pleased with the progress and proud to share these recent accomplishments and activities with the community.

Creighton Road Commuter Lot – There is an open survey being conducted by Loudoun County pertaining to the needs of commuters in and around Brambleton that desire bus service to the Creighton Road commuter lot in Brambleton. All residents are encouraged to participate in this survey so that the County has a better understanding of the commuter needs of our community.

BCA Strategic Planning Process – Select members from the BCA Board and staff have begun the work with Strategic Interactions to develop an Association Mission, Vision, Core Values and Goals. The group has completed the Mission and Vision portion of the task and will work on finalizing the Core Values and Goals for the organization over the next two months. The Association looks forward to finalizing this work and unveiling the final products to all Brambleton residents. Stay Tuned…

Hanson Park Design Charrettes – Brambleton surrounds the Hanson Park property on three sides. The County and their consultants have begun designing the master plan for the park. At two recent design charrettes, the County began this process by considering the publics’ desires and needs. Their consultant will take the input from these charrettes and formulate several master plans for the County and public to consider and comment on. Once a master plan has been finalized, the County will seek

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a special exception in order to build anything on the park land. The County currently has $3.6M in proffers for the master park design and phase one construction of primarily passive amenities. They project that $15-18M is needed to complete phase one and two of the park. Phase two funding is in the CIP but is several years out. NVRPA’s Alford Road Trail – This scenic trail to the reservoir has been overtaken by downed trees as a result of the heavy and massive snows during the 2009-10 and 2010-11 winter seasons. I have been working with representatives from NVRPA in an effort to reclaim the trail and access to the Beaverdam Reservoir. I am pleased to say that NVRPA has recently cleared the trees from the trail, and a safe and open access to the Reservoir has been restored. BCA is looking to adop VDOT’s portion of Alford Road through the Adopt-A-Highway program and will continue to work


with NVRPA and the County to keep this beautiful and natural resource open to the public. Crystal Aquatics Coming to Brambleton – I am pleased to announce that Crystal Aquatics will manage the BCA pools in 2012. BCA Staff and the Grounds & Facilities worked together to interview and recommend this pool company to the Board. The Board accepted the Committee’s recommendation and awarded the 2012 pool management contract to Crystal Aquatics at their February 14th meeting. Crystal Aquatics will focus their efforts on safety, cleanliness and customer service by hiring local teens and college-aged students to staff the pools. I look forward to the change and anticipate a successful summer pool season.

BCA Continues Work with LCSO on Community Safety Matters – BCA Staff continues to work with representatives from the Loudoun County Sheriff ’s Office to address commonly seen community concerns such as speeding on Legacy Park Drive, Olympia, and Minerva; parking issues on private streets; and other Neighborhood Watch (NW) related issues. BCA is considering the purchase of numerous NW signs through LCSO to bring further awareness to the program and residents' stewardship towards crime prevention. BCA and LCSO can’t do it all. Remember the NW concept: See Something, Say Something. Program the LCSO nonemergency number (703-777-1021) into your cell phone and have it ready to call the next time you see some-

thing suspicious or unusual. Always dial 911 if you witness criminal acts in progress. Brambleton Intranet – Design and layout enhancements are being finalized for the “new” Brambleton Intranet. Be on the lookout for the release of our new site over the next month or so.

Sincerely,

Rick Stone PCAM, LSM General Manager

New Intranet Sneak Peak

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ASSOCIATION MAINTENANCE

Punxsutawney Phil Misses the Mark; Brambleton Staff and Contractors Prepare For Spring Brambleton staff and contractors are taking advantage of the spring-like weather to get a jump on the season. Temperatures of 60 degrees or greater are forecasted for the first two weeks in March, so all the snow plows, shovels, salt spreaders and hydrant/ pavement markers have been stored away for warmer days. The spades, wheelbarrows, and mulch crews are on site performing a spring cleanup and mulching of the property. As far as grounds maintenance, Brambleton owners can expect the following to occur over the next couple months: •

All common area beds and tree rings will be edged and mulched by end of March.

Mowing of common area turf will begin late March or early April. Start date is dependent upon weather and growth of turf.

Fertilizer and pre-emergent will

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Tree replacements will be planted during March and April.

Annual flowers will be planted in May.

Continue with the Geese Police through April.

Remove woody growth from edges of Pond 2.

Facilities related spring tasks are also being scheduled and performed. Those tasks are: •

Purchase and install new 6’ windscreens on the Legacy Park tennis courts in March.

Brambleton waterfalls will be cleaned and filled in March.

Sweep sand and debris from all BCA streets starting mid-March.

Drain & clean pools in April. Wel-

come a new pool management company, Crystal Aquatics, to Brambleton. •

Purchase additional furniture for pools in March with mid-May delivery.

Apply ADA Wood Carpet under all play equipment in March.

These items are just a few of the seasonal tasks that occur. BCA will continue its daily and weekly tasks, inspections and maintenance of common areas and facilities. In addition to routine inspections, BCA staff looks for input from residents on common area concerns and hazards that they observe. Brambleton residents are encouraged to report any common area concerns or hazards to HOA@Brambleton.org so BCA staff can efficiently assess and address the concern. 

Save the Date Flashlight Egg Hunt Friday, April 6 Legacy Park, 8:30 - 9:30 PM

Easter Eggstravaganza Saturday, April 7 Community Center, 10 - 1PM

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Crystal Aquatics is pleased to have the opportunity to serve the Brambleton community during the 2012 swimming pool season. At Crystal Aquatics we are committed to providing you with safe, clean and fun swimming pool facilities. Plans are currently being made for the upcoming swimming pool season. The management team at Crystal Aquatics has started the process of interviewing prospective lifeguards for the 2012 summer. We are working hard to assemble a quality staff that is committed to safety, cleanliness, and customer service. If you are interested in a great summer job, please contact Jenny Collins at 703488-9962 or fill out an online application at www.crystalaquatics.com. If you are interested in becoming a lifeguard but do not have the proper certifications, fear not, as lifeguarding classes will be offered by Crystal Aquatics during the spring. Space is limited so call Jenny at 703-488-9962 to sign up. We hope you have a great spring and we look forward to meeting you this summer at the pool!

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COMMENTS ON COVENANTS

Q & A: Brambleton's Design Review Application Process Q. Why do I need to apply for improvements on my property? A. As a planned community, Brambleton has recorded covenants, which require its owners to take certain actions to preserve the aesthetic nature and character of the community. One of these required actions is that owners must seek approval from the Covenants Committee prior to making exterior modifications. Q. How do I apply? A. To submit a proposed exterior modification to the Covenants Committee for review, an owner must complete the Design Review Application. This form is available on the Association’s website, in our office or in response to requests submitted to covenants@brambleton.org.

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Brambleton’s Design Guidelines contain specific information on a variety of exterior modifications and owners should familiarize themselves with the guidelines related to their proposed improvement before completing a Design Review Application. Completed Applications may be submitted via email to covenants@brambleton.org, by fax to 703-542-6266 or to the management office at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210, Brambleton 20148. A drop box is located outside of our lobby entrance for after-hours submissions and materials are retrieved each business morning. Q. Who reviews my application? A. Brambleton’s Covenants Committee members are homeowners that have been appointed by the Board of

Directors. The Committee members volunteer their time to meet once each month to review and render decisions on proposed exterior modifications. Q. When will my application be reviewed and when will I receive the decision information? A. Covenants Committee meetings are held once each month. Their meeting schedule is published on the Association’s website and in our monthly e-newsletter. Any changes are shared at www.brambletonhoa. com and on Brambleton Community Association’s Facebook page. Decision letters are mailed within the week of the meeting. Decision letters for Applications that have been approved as submitted will be mailed


via First Class US Mail to the Brambleton address of the applicant. Decision letters for Applications which have been approved with conditions or denied must be sent via Certified Return Receipt Mail so that the Association has proof of mailing. As a courtesy, a copy of the letter will also be sent via First Class US Mail. To obtain decision information prior to receipt of the letter, applicants may submit an email request to covenants@brambleton.org on the business day following the Committee meeting.

and contact owners to request additional information to complete the application. For projects with major construction, unique or complex features, staff or the applicant may initiate a request for a review appointment with the Covenants Committee. Q. What if I want an expedited review, or want to submit my Application on the day of a meeting?

Q. Do I have to go to the meeting?

A. Walk-in applications are accepted at the meeting, but please note that the Committee may not be able to review with you directly as their agenda typically includes scheduled appointments and business items.

A. Applicants are not required to attend the Covenants Committee meeting to have their application reviewed. The Committee meeting is an open meeting of the Association and residents are welcome to attend.

In response to requests for expedited review, the Committee members have agreed to perform an expedited review of applications outside of their regularly scheduled meetings if the following conditions are met:

For applications received three days prior to the scheduled meeting, staff will review the application

All seven members must be available to review the application.

All seven members must unani-

mously agree to approve the application. •

Any member may opt to defer consideration to the next regularly scheduled meeting.

The timeframe for response to a request for expedited review varies. The Committee members will make every effort to provide a timely response however, as the Committee members are volunteers, not employees of the Association, their availability outside of a meeting is not certain. Please be aware that not every request for expedited review can be honored. Applications which cannot be reviewed in an expedited manner will automatically be referred to the next regularly scheduled Covenants Committee meeting. If you have questions or need more information about the Design Review Application process, or any other Covenants related matter, please contact covenants@brambleton.org or 703542-6263. 

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

Facility Rental FAQ's Q: Does Brambleton Community Association offer space to rent for parties, meetings, etc.?

for rent for $25 per hour with a $250 deposit and $25 cleaning fee. The Beacon Crest Pool, Bathhouse & Deck can be rented for $100 per hour with a $500 deposit, $75 cleaning fee and $20 per hour per lifeguard fee. Q: What are the hours that I can rent the Community Buildings?

A: Yes! We have two spaces available for rent to Brambleton residents. The Community Center is located on Regal Wood Drive and has two floors. There is another small club room at the Beacon Crest Pool available for rent to residents. This club room is located on Beacon Crest Drive. Q: What is the fee to reserve the Community Buildings? A: The Brambleton Community Center is $100 per hour with a $500 deposit and $75 cleaning fee. There is also a lower level conference room available for $25 per hour with a $250 deposit and $25 cleaning fee. Beacon Crest Club Room is available

A: The Community Center can be rented Friday nights from 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.; Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m. and Sundays 10:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. The lower level conference room is available Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.; on Fridays & Saturdays 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.; and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Beacon Crest Club room is available from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Beacon Crest Pool can be rented on Friday & Saturday from 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. during the pool season. Q: How many people will the Community Buildings hold? A: The Community Center will hold about 50-60 people seated and about 80-90 people standing. The lower level meeting room will hold about 10-15 people. Beacon Crest Club room will hold about 10 people.

Please use the waste stations provided and clean up after your pet.

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Q: How do I pay for my rental? A: The Brambleton Community Association will collect two checks, one check for the rental & cleaning fee and one check for the deposit. You will get back the deposit check if there is no damage. Q: What is included in the rental fee? A: The Community Center has six large round tables that seat about 6-8 people at each, 30 folding chairs and three large rectangle tables. There is also a small kitchen with a refrigerator and microwave. Beacon Crest Club room is supplied with a large table, chairs and mini fridge. Q: How do I inquire/reserve a date for my event? A: Please contact the Brambleton Community Association at 703-5426263 and ask for Sarah Conrad or Beth Huck. You may also log onto www.brambletonhoa.com, choose >Brambleton Amenities > Facilities Rental to complete an online application. 

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PROGRAMMING

LetSwim Inc. Returns to Brambleton We are excited to return again this summer to offer our Swim Lessons and Water Aerobics programming for Brambleton residents. Summer programming begins June 10th. For more information, registration and career opportunities, please visit our website at www.letswim.com and clicking on Brambleton in the Locations Drop Down Menu. Registration for ALL summer sessions opens April 1st. Start making your plans now. LetSwim offers all levels of swim programming for those 6 months and up as well as water aerobics perfect for anyone wanting a non-impact full body workout.

Lessons - Infants To Adults

each session. Classes offered at the Beacon Crest Pool. Water Aerobics - No Impact Workout

Swimmers of all ages are taught essential swimming and safety skills through fun and challenging activities. Classes are designed to progress the swimmer from the fundamentals to knowledge of all four competitive strokes. Our goal is to create confident and happy swimmers. Classes are three days a week for two weeks

This balanced workout includes warm-up, aerobic workout, cooldown, strength & toning, and flexibility stretching. The intensity of every work out is easily modified for all levels of fitness. Our certified instructors use a variety of exercise and techniques to meet all your fitness goals. Classes are offered 2 days a week, on Tuesday & Thursday evenings at the Community Center Pool. Come join us for an energetic and fun full body workout. 

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Gearing up for Some Springtime Fun! Beth Huck, Events and Programming Coordinator I don’t particularly like the winter. I’m more of a warm weather type of gal, but I have to honestly say I was a little disappointed in the amount of snow we’ve had this year, or rather the lack there of. I guess if it’s going to be cold, it should snow, that way at least the kids (and the kids at heart) have an opportunity to play, make snowmen, and go sledding. But since our weather seems to be warming up, I am getting excited about the upcoming spring events and programs. Make sure you mark your calendars for these upcoming events: •

Flashlight Egg Hunt – Friday, April 6th, 8:30pm-9:30pm at Legacy Park. We welcome our “bigger kids” ages 7 and up, to join us for a flashlight egg hunt in Legacy Park. Easter Eggstravaganza – Saturday, April 7th, 10:00am – 1:00pm at the Community Center parking lot - Come visit with the Easter Bunny, make an Easter craft, bounce and slide on the inflatables, see animals in the mini petting zoo, and more! This event is free to attend for all Brambleton Residents; however, concessions will be sold with all proceeds benefitting a local organization. Step Sisters' Ribbon Run - Show your support at the Brambleton Step Sisters' Ribbon Run, either by signing up to run or walk, or just come out and cheer on the efforts of those who are participating to help raise money for Breast Cancer research on Saturday April 14th.

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Totally 80’s Trivia Night - April 14th at the Community Center from 8pm-11pm. Come in your best 80’s gear for a fun night with friends. Form a team, or we can assign you one, as we test your totally 80’s knowledge. Beer, wine, and light appetizers will be served. Tickets cost $25/person.

In addition to these fun events, we have several classes starting for some of programs this spring, and summer camp registration is in full swing. Be looking for more information to come about additional summer camp opportunities coming to Brambleton this summer. Spring Programs Being Offered •

Ashburn Kids Yoga/Adult Yoga – http://www.wix.com/brambletonyogis/kidsyoga Creative Dance Center – Contact sarah@cdcdance.com

Drama Kids – http://issuu.com/ brambletoncommunityassociation/docs/brambleton_dramakids_spring_2012

Little Hands Music – http://issuu.com/brambletoncommunityassociation/docs/little_hands_ spring_registration_2012

Silver Knights Chess – http:// issuu.com/brambletoncommunityassociation/docs/brambleton_ chess_flyer_spring_2012

Abrakadoodle Art – http://issuu. com/brambletoncommunityassociation/docs/abrakadoodle

Wee Play – http://issuu.com/ brambletoncommunityassociation/docs/2012_early_spring_flyer

Please contact Beth Huck for additional information about any events or programs at beth.huck@brambleton.org. 


Brambleton Night at the Nationals Sat., June 2, 2012 Join us for a Washington Nationals game on Saturday, June 2nd, vs. the Atlanta Braves. First Pitch starts at 4:05pm. Your ticket will include: Reserved seating for Brambleton residents at a prime game in sections 104 or 105. $10 concession credit per ticket to use at any concession stand or gift shop at the park that day. Scheduled post-game concert*

Saturday, April 14, 2012 Brambleton Town Center

Tickets Cost $35.00/each Purchase tickets at:

For more details, or to register, visit:

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www.BrambletonRibbonRun.com

* - all promotions and events at the National Stadium subject to change Contact Beth Huck for more info at beth.huck@brambleton.org

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Brambleton Community Garden – “Let Us Garden” Last year, Brambleton Community Association launched the Garden Plot Pilot Program. We had a great deal of interest in the 35 plots from residents. We are excited to offer this program again for the 2012 growing season! The plots will first be offered to those residents that participated last year. Past participants will be sent an email and will need to sign the agreement and make payment by Thursday, March 15th. All plots remaining after March 15th will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis originating from the current waitlist. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist to be considered for a plot, please contact Sarah Conrad at Sarah.Conrad@Brambleton.org . Residents who are assigned a spot through the waitlist will need to sign the agreement and make a $50 annual payment for the plot by close of business on March 23rd. Any plots that remain available after March 23rd will be offered to the next resident(s) on the waitlist. The annual cost for the garden plot is $50; with checks being made out to the Brambleton Community Association. BCA will then make a donation to Loudoun Interfaith in the amount equal to 100% of the funds paid to the garden plot program. Rules and regulations pertaining to this program can be found on the BCA Intranet under Documents and Forms. Residents can also contact Sarah Conrad with all questions pertaining to the program at sarah.conrad@brambleton.org. Happy Gardening!

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Mini Betta Registration Try-outs will be held on June 21st & June 22nd from 10:30 to 11:00AM. Child must be able to independently swim 20 feet. For those that successfully complete the try-outs: Mini Bettas Online registration for existing Betta families will be June 23rd. Mini Bettas online registration for all Betta families will be June 24th. B

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BRAMBLETON GROUP

News from the Developer Brambleton Town Center Awards $1,000 to Stone Hill Middle School

The Brambleton Town Center merchants donated $1,000 to Stone Hill Middle School as part of the shopping center’s “Holiday Shopping Spree” promotion. The school received the donation thanks to Cathy Cozens, winner of the shopping spree drawing and a sixth grade Language Arts teacher at Stone Hill Middle School. The “Holiday Shopping Spree” promotion awarded the

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winner with a $1,000 shopping spree to the Town Center plus a $1,000 donation to the school of her choice. Brambleton Town Center merchants presented the $1,000 check to Rodney Moore, principal of Stone Hill Middle School, during a recent ceremony held at the school. This is the second time Stone Hill Middle has received the donation and the fifth year Brambleton Town Center merchants have donated funds to local schools. Prior winners include Creighton’s Corner Elementary, Legacy Elementary and Briar Woods High Schools. Brambleton Recognizes Go Bananas' Commitment to Community Service The Brambleton Group recognizes Go Bananas for their commitment to community service. The locally

owned and operated toy store, along with Brambleton Group L.L.C., donated $750 worth of stuffed animals to

the pediatric ward of Inova Loudoun Hospital in Leesburg, VA. Read more here. Brambleton’s Facebook Makeover Your go-to source for all things Brambleton just got better! Count on Brambleton on Facebook to share the latest community events & news! Stay up-


to-date on all the specials from your favorite Brambleton Town Center stores, and keep an eye out for fun contests, giveaways & more. Check out our all new Welcome Tab, Brambleton Town Center Tab & Builder tab here: www.facebook.com/brambletonview. Loudoun YouthFest Headliner Band Named “The Ready Set” has been selected as the headliner band for this year’s Loudoun County YouthFest to be held at the Brambleton Town Center on Saturday, June 16th. Additional acts include the YouthFest Battle of the Bands finalists and a special performance by last year's YouthFest winner, Lightspeed Rescue. For more information on the Loudoun County Youth Program, please visit their website: http://www.loudounteens. org/

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Winchester Homes has opened their all-new “Abbey” model at 42342 Rising Moon Place (off Northstar Blvd). Stop by and see them or call 703-327-1290 for more information.

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COUNTY CORNER

Message from Supervisor Clarke along with some information on our Community Voice Hubs. Community Voice Hubs Please note that this month I initiated an item to change the rules of order for the Board’s monthly meetings to add a public input session to our Wednesday morning business meetings. Therefore, this Board now holds three Business Meetings with Public Input sessions each month. Additionally, we hold a Public Hearing on the second Tuesday of each month.

Friends: It has been an active two months with much more work ahead for this Board. To that end, below is a list of items I am working on in the Blue Ridge District in addition to a timeline on the budget work the Board has just started on and a Metrorail decision timeframe. I also visited the General Assembly in Richmond this month where, along with other Supervisors and Chairman York, we met with a number of Delegates and attended a VA Counties/VML meeting regarding much legislation before the state on items which could impact our county, some negative and some positive. Transportation devolution and the state of the Virginia Retirement System both could incur millions of dollars of additional costs for the County. It is difficult at this point to predict what results those bills will bring at this time. Here are some updates on the legislative items I have been devoting my time toward

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Also, I announced in my last newsletter my plan to give the community more of a voice through the creation of Community Voice Hubs where I will hold regular community meetings. With the commencment of the budget process, this will be an opportunity for the people to provide public input on the budget and many other issues. The next Community Voice Hub will be held on Monday, March 5th 7:00pm - 8:00pm at Purcellville Town Hall - Council Chambers. Vice-Chairman Jill Turgeon from the School Board will be present as well to answer your questions about the school system. Legislative Updates 1. Western Loudoun Sheriff Substation – This is a project that does not meet the Capital Facilities Standards for population justification, thus I was against spending $8.3 million for it at this time. The recent Board vote decreased funding for the project to $5.7 million, which is still a high figure. Please see my official statement on this matter below. 2. Franklin Park Commuter Lot – This

item is currently referred to the Planning Commission work session for 2nd week of March. This is a project I am against because it presents a safety issue for the children and families who frequent this public park daily, especially during prime communiting times. This was a staff initiated project. Unfortunately, public input was not conducted for the site selection. 3. Aldie Fire Station – A public process RFI is being started to locate a new site, due to a Judge ruling against the chosen site during the prior Board's term. Public input was not conducted for the original site selected. 4. Finishing the Lights at Franklin Park – These lights have been in the master plan for over 20 years and have not been completed, thus negatively affecting youth sports and park activities. I am working on getting the funding in the budget to complete this park project. 5. Route 690/7 Interchange – I have initiated getting this item back into the budget. The prior board took it out of the CIP in 2008 due to budget constraints. The community has been clear in expressing that this is a top priority need, particularly with the arrival of Woodgrove High School that opened two years ago. 6. Trail from Round Hill to Franklin Park – Funding is in the budget for this project. 7. Brambleton Commuter Lot Activation – I initiated the process to activate the sitting commuter lot on Creighton Parkway due to community request. A ridership survey will be going out to Brambleton residents


from the Brambleton Community Association.

voice your opinion on this issue by filling out my Metrorail survey.

8. Brambleton Local Transit – I initiated a request for the County’s Transportation Department to pursue getting Brambleton a local bus stop on the VRT bus routes, per the request of the community. There will be questions on the survey regarding this type of bus ridership as well.

Annual Budget – The County Administrator presented his budget this month with a proposed real property tax rate of $1.27 per $100. The Board will now begin the difficult task of examining the budget during the budget work sessions that have been scheduled throughout the rest of February and March. I will thoroughly examine the budget including the upcoming School's CIP, which has not yet been released. The FY2013 budget will be adopted by the Board of Supervisors during the first week of April.

9. Resolution of Various Litigation - The county litigation against the Town of Purcellville was voted on by the Board on February 14th to be dropped. 10. Resolving a Number of Community Roadway Issues - I have receieved constituent e-mails and phone calls almost daily related to cut-through traffic, problem intersections, and other roadway issues. My office is working on all of these issues with VDOT and other staff to get them resolved. 11. New Park for the Community! The Hal & Bernie Hansen Regional Park off of Evergreen Mills Road is a new park for Loudoun County in the Blue Ridge District next to Brambleton. The County’s Parks and Recreation Department just had its first community design input session with more to come. There is even a historic building on the property! Countywide Items Metrorail – This item will not start into the 90 day opt-out timeframe until next month. Therefore, this vote will occur at the end of May or early June. I will not decide on my vote until I see more facts and figures from those proposing to implement it. Please

Public Input for the Government Reform Commission The Board of Supervisors created the Government Reform Commission to focus on “common-sense strategies and substantive recommendations for reducing costs, increasing efficiencies, identifying cost-effective and innovative ways to improve and deliver services, and saving taxpayer’s money.” The 13 members of the commission are residents of Loudoun County and serve at the pleasure of the Board. The commission includes representation from the business, government, non-profit and community sectors. The commission’s adopted mission statement is: Conduct an objective review of Loudoun County government functions, taking into account citizen input and best practices from other locales, in order to make recommendations regarding structure, process, and efficiency that would enhance the quality of local govern-

ment in a cost-effective manner. More information about the Government Reform Commission, including meeting documents and audio, is online at www.loudoun.gov/reform. Public Input for the Board of Supervisors Please note that whether you show up in person to give public input, call the public input phone line, or send an email, they all count the same and carry the same weight. You need not be physically present to be heard. Therefore, please do not be concerned if you cannot attend a Board meeting to speak. You can send your public comments to bos@loudoun. gov and all the Board members will receive it. Please feel free to contact me at janet.clarke@loudoun.gov and my aide Juanita Tool at juanita.tool@ loudoun.gov. You can reach us at our office between 9:00am and 5:00pm Monday-Friday at (703) 777-0210 and by visiting us at 1 Harrison Street SE, Leesburg, VA 20175. I look forward to hearing from you. In the Spirit of Service,

Janet Clarke Vice Chairman Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Blue Ridge District Supervisor (703) 777-0210 janet.clarke@loudoun.gov

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LOUDOUN COUNTY

Commuter's Needs in Brambleton Brambleton built a 100 space commuter lot located on the east end of Creighton Road. In an effort to get bus service to this lot, Supervisor Clarke and the BCA staff are working with Transportation Services staff at Loudoun County to determine the commuter needs of residents in Brambleton and the surrounding communities. Loudoun County is actively seeking input from residents regarding the future use of Brambleton’s commuter lot. In addition, the County is exploring interest in connecting Brambleton to existing bus service operating locally within Loudoun County. •

Online Brambleton Survey

Brambleton residents are invited and encouraged to share their opinions and thoughts through the online survey to share their opinions on both of these topics. The survey will remain open until March 12, 2012. Written comments may also be sent to: Loudoun County Office of Transportation Services, 1 Harrison St., SE, MSC 69, Leesburg, VA 20175.

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When pruning or cutting roses, cut all flower stems 1/4 inch above a complete (5 leaflet) leaf, leaving two complete leaves below the cut bud. Always use sharp, pruning shears and cut on a slant. 

• Boxwood should be pruned by thinning the outer foliage of the plant to leave small openings for light and air to penetrate and cutting back the branches to retain the desired height. • Prune spring-flowering shrubs after flowering is completed. •

Once new growth begins on trees and shrubs, cut back winter-killed twigs to living, green wood. For more compact pyracanthas without the risk of losing berries, pinch back new growth now.

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MILESTONES

Cheers to Another Year! Birthdays, Anniversaries, and Special Deliveries are celebrated often here in Brambleton. Let someone know that you are thinking of them. Please send all submissions to communications@brambleton.org by the 20th of each month.

March 3: Congratulations to our beautiful daughter Vanessa for her 9th birthday! You fill our lives with love and happiness.

dreams together. I love you and look forward to the next 10 years ahead of us! Happy 10th Anniversary. With all the love in my heart, Sarah" March 11: Happy Birthday Ashley - Sending you lots of love from near and farMom & Dad, Grandmom, John, Grandad Heppe, Nana and Grandad McCoy & Uncle Jason. We hope your day is super special, just like you are! XOXOX

March 9: "Jeff, Happy Birthday, Men are like wine, some turn to vinegar, but the best improve with age, you are my Opus 1!"

March 14: Happy 7th Birthday to Keegan McMahon. You make us all smile everyday! Love: Mom, Dad, Ronan and Declan

March 16: Perla Arias - "To the Best Wife & Mom in the Universe, Happy Birthday!" We Love You, Jorge, Andrea, and Axel

Lordy Lordy look who's ????? Happy Birthday on March 12th to Juli Presley!

March 15: "Jeff, our anniversary is a time to look back at the good times and a time to look ahead to live out our

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March 24: Happy 3rd Birthday to Ben Brizzi from Mommy, Daddy, Will and Anna

Happy Birthday to Natalie, who turns 3 on March 27th


RESIDENT RESOURCES

Important Info to Know Brambleton Community Association 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210 Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 703-542-6263 (p) 703-542-6266 (f ) HOA@brambleton.org www.brambletonhoa.com

Brambleton Community Center 42645 Regal Wood Drive Available for private rentals and community programming. Contact Beth Huck:

Do You Need to Apply? Our office regularly receives applications for decks, patios and fences.  Please note that an application is also required for play equipment, awnings, and for smaller projects like changing the color of paint on your front door.  Submit completed applications to the management office at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210, Brambleton VA 20148, via fax to 703-542-6266 or to rosemarie.linder@brambleton.org.     As the Covenants Committee meets once per month, it is important to submit all of the required information with your application so as not to delay review of your project. 

beth.huck@brambleton.org Notary Service Board of Directors Meetings Board of Directors meetings are held at the BCA Management Offices, located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210. Upcoming Meetings

Tuesday, March 27, 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 5, 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, August 7, 8:15 a.m. New Assessment Mailing Address Brambleton Community Association c/o Armstrong Managment P.O. Box 11983 Newark, NJ 07101-4983

The Brambleton Community Association offers Notary services at the Brambleton Management Office. If you are interested in utilizing this service, please note the following: Available by Appointment Only please call 703-542-6263. Notary service is free to Brambleton residents for the first two documents, with a $2.00 fee per document thereafter. Non-residents will be charged $2.00 per document. Photo ID required. Witnessing on documents will not be provided by the Brambleton Community Association.

Virginia notaries are not authorized to certify true copies of birth, death or marriage certificates. Only the Division of Vital Records/Statistics may perform such a certification.

Need Mailbox Repair? Black Mailboxes - Call Main Street Mailboxes at 703-753-5521. Weathered Bronze Mailboxes - Call Dominion Electric Supply Company, Erin Schwartz, at 703-631-8100.

BCA Drop Box A drop box is available after hours and is located outside of the Brambleton Community Association office building, located at 42395 Ryan Road. Residents may drop off architectual applications, committee applications, etc. Assessments will not be accepted.

Trash Collection Trash: Tuesdays & Fridays Yard Debris: Tuesdays (March - Dec) Recycling: Fridays AAA: 703-818-8222

NOVEC Please contact NOVEC at 1-888-3350500 for any street light outages. Be sure to give your street address and the pole number when making the call.

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VOLUNTEER

Committees Activities Committee

Financial Advisory Committee

Technology Ad-hoc Committee

Co-Chairs: Amber Colatosti, Liz Jackson

Chair: Mark Davis

Chair: Paul Raven

Membership: Three seats open

Upcoming Meetings:

Upcoming Meetings:

Scheduled as necessary

Membership: Open Upcoming Meetings:

March 27, 7:30 p.m.

March 21, 7:30 p.m.

April 24, 7:30 p.m.

April 18, 7:30 p.m. Grounds & Facilities Committee Covenants Committee

Chair: Walter Berkey

Chair: Mike Dorrity

Membership: One seat open

Upcoming Meetings:

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March 12, 7:00 p.m.

March 20, 7:00 p.m.

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COMMUNITY CONTACTS

Important Numbers Community Management Contacts Brambleton Community Management Office

703-542-6263 703-542-6266 (f )

Residences at Brambleton (AMS)

703-542-6263

Summerfield Condo (CMC)

703-327-4818 703-542-5845 (f )

Town Center Brambleton Welcome Center

703-542-2925

BCA Services Verizon - Activation/Account Changes/Billing/Disconnect (M - F, 8:00 a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8:00 p.m.)

800-501-1172

- Repair

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- Questions/Assistance w/ Verizon.com

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- Assistance w/ Suspension of Service

888-338-9333

RecycleBank

888-727-2978

AAA Recycling & Trash Removal

703-818-8222

Utility Contacts Dominion Electric - North of Ryan Road

888-667-3000

NOVEC - South of Ryan Road

888-335-0500

Miss Utility

800-552-7001

Washington Gas

703-750-1000

Water/Sewer: Loudoun Water

571-291-7880

County Contacts Emergency: Fire/Rescue/Police

911

Animal Care & Control

703-777-0406 540-882-3984 (f )

Building Permits

703-777-0220

Post Office, Ashburn - 44715 Prentice Drive

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Sheriff : Non-Emergency

703-777-1021

Sheriff : Traffic Hotline

703-771-5798

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Babysitter Directory The BRAM Sitters list is always being updated and if you would like to be added to our directory, feel free to call the HOA office at 703-5426263 Monday thru Friday from 9am to 5pm or email sarah.conrad@ brambleton.org. Make sure you leave your name, age, any certifications, telephone number, and address for proof of residency in Brambleton. Name

Age

Telephone Number

Sydney Wayne (B)

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703-327-8000

Max Wayne

12

703-327-8000

Mackenzie Long (N)

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703-475-5353

Megan Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sullivan (F,C,N)

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571-233-7165

Ariana Abousaeedi (F,C,B)

14

703-732-6411

Casey Forbes (C)

15

703-327-3776

Kaitlin Scalzo

15

703-431-3974

Yvetter Goetlle (N)

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703-327-3916

Maddie Presely-Wolff (C,B)

15

703-542-2691

Christian Jessup (B, F)

14

703-327-7890

Emily Sola (B,F,C)

13

703-863-3023

Bradley Ace (F,C)

14

703-327-3866

Malena Llanos (F,C)

15

703-728-6714

Erin Donahue (B,F,C)

12

703-439-7405

Megan Poole (N)

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718-702-7133

Tanvi Rawat (C)

15

703-722-2839

Esha Rawat

13

703-722-2839

Alexis Haycraft (C)

15

571-436-1871

Larissa Perara (B,C,F)

17

703-728-1669

Madison Trent (B)

16

630-842-5997

Jade Morris (C)

16

703-327-9940

Alex Parker (F,C)

16

703-408-8747

Amanda Oja

16

703-722-2071

Audrey Haisley (F,C)

15

571-839-7355

Samantha Charlton (F,C)

15

586-850-1622

Bailey Moore (B,C,F)

15

571-527-6060

JP Castro

16

703-785-0528

Lauren Cohen (B)

13

703-327-6843

Whitney Kirkpatrick (F,C)

17

571-344-0594

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(B) Taken a Babysitters Course (C) CPR certified (F) First Aid certified (N) Nanny or daycare experience

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