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The Chantilly Highlander Your Community Newsletter Serving Chantilly Highlands Visit us on the web at

June 2005 VERIZON UPGRADE INFO As Verizon continues upgrading its system throughout our neighborhood, any complaints should be directed to the following numbers: Mr. Kim Crammer, Verizon manager of the project 703-204-7909. Verizon Damage Prevention Line Carlos or Sherrie 800-768-8831. Jeff Jones at Ivy Smith, subcontractor for the project 703-796-1740. Fairfax County Consumer Affairs Department to lodge a complaint 703-2228435.

Kindergarten Registration Will your child be 5 years old by September 30, 2005? If so, it is time to register your child for kindergarten. Registration has begun at Oak Hill Elementary School. To register, or for more information, call 703-467-3500. Early registration is necessary to determine staffing. To learn more about the registration process and curriculum, go to For other questions, call the Office of Early Childhood and Family Services at 703846-8696.

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Important Pool Info All residents must bring an upto-date 3”x5” picture that includes all family members to the pool for admittance. The picture will be matched with information in our database. Make sure to take the time to review the pool rules printed in the May issue of the Chantilly Highlander with your children, especially if you have older children that may be allowed to enter the pool without parental supervision. You can review the rules on our website at under the Pool Opening Info section. Remind your children that the pool guards have the authority to eject residents for the day, and even suspend pool privileges for the duration of the pool season if warranted. The pool hours are posted on the calendar on page 4 of this issue. The pool concessions contract was awarded to Cindy Nichols. Remember to bring coin and small currency to the pool if you plan on purchasing snacks during breaks. Enjoy, but be safe!

In This Issue: Board & Committee Contacts……….. Board Minutes…………………………. Classified Ads…………………………. Community Events & Calendar……… Neighborhood Watch Info…………….

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Chantilly Highlands Homes Association Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, May 5, 2005 Submitted by: Mary Kerr Minutes are tentative and will be reviewed and approved at the upcoming Board of Directors meeting.

Board Attendees: Jeff Boehlert, Debbie Bowen, Jim Ceh, Mark Hassinger, Mary Kerr, Karen McGreevy, Wendy Osborn, Chris Tacinelli and Darin Welt. Absent Board Attendees: None. Home Owner Attendees: Two residents. The Chantilly Highlands Homes Association Meeting was called to order at 7:36 PM by President, Jim Ceh. Meeting Minutes: The April Minutes were reviewed and accepted with one correction. Cathe Hargenrader’s name was misspelled. Architectural Control: Mark Hassinger made a Motion to appoint Cindy DiPalma to the ACC Committee. Chris Tacinelli seconded. All approved. Cindy was welcomed by all. Long Range Planning: Mary Kerr presented the topics that are to be discussed at tonight’s meeting as well as what information should be included in the upcoming Newsletter. The planning calendar will be emailed to all board members. The community center parking lot is scheduled to be resurfaced between May 10 and May 15. The edges of the lot will be milled, cracks will be filled in, the entire lot paved and striped. Treasurer's Report: Chris Tacinelli reported that 20 homes still owe their assessment dues and these residents will not be permitted to use the pool, community center, or participate in any other subdivision activities until their assessments are paid. Chris has either contacted each homeowner either by phone or email. Twenty-five thousand dollars has been budgeted to cover major expenses this year, however, we will actually spend $44,000. The remaining $19,000 will be taken from reserves. The auditor has reviewed the CHHA accounting books and has approved. Money is currently in two accounts at one local bank – money market and checking account. The auditor suggested that the reserve funds be separated out and placed in another bank. This will help keep the accounting clean and also provide protection of the funds if a bank would close. Community Events: The community yard sale was held

on Saturday, April 30th even though it was dampened with rain. Due to the rain and low turn-out, residents suggested that a “rain date” be set for future yard sales. There was no recollection of there being a rain date in the past. The Social Committee meeting at the Community Center will be held on Wednesday, May 18th at 7 p.m. to discuss/plan Community Day, and Teen Party. Everyone is invited. Community Facilities: The pool opening is on schedule and will open in three weeks. The furniture was inspected and thoughts are that additional furniture will not be needed this season. The Rolodex system will be used again this pool season. Community Facilities and the Guards ask that you be patient as each person’s name is looked up for confirmation that they are a resident and in good standing with the CHHA Bylaws and Covenants. Cindy Nichols won the snack provider contract for this pool season. The Guards will be selling the snack items during break time and ask that you use small bills and coins. Pool companies were contacted about inspecting all the pool equipment this spring and have them provide a recommendation of what needs to be upgraded/repaired over the next couple of years based on wear and tear and Fairfax County requirements. The consensus was that there is really no way to check the equipment for life expectancy and if something should break, it should only take one to two days to repair. The tennis courts are in the process of being resurfaced. The courts are useable for tennis play, however, bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, etc. are not permissible. Once the surface is cured, the lines will be painted and fence repaired. Caution tape will be placed around the tennis court area to discourage use by articles that could damage the resurfacing process. Land Management: Mowing of the common areas has begun, and several residents have asked about mowing of the gas lines by CHHA since the utility companies seldom come to mow. Currently all common ground that has street access is maintained by the Association. There are two large gas lines in this community. Mark Hassinger made the Motion to have Wendy Osborn contact Palmer Property Management to retrieve a bid of what it would cost to cut these two gas lines and how often they should be cut. Mary Kerr seconded. Motion carried. Neighborhood Watch: Officer Barrington and Officer See BOARD MINUTES on Page 3

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Twombly of the Fairfax County Police Department came this evening to train residents and discuss Neighborhood Watch. Attendance was very disappointing because only two residents attended. National Night Out is scheduled for Tuesday, August 2nd. This is an evening block party held throughout the country. A suggestion was made that this could be a way to get information out about Neighborhood Watch. It was also suggested that we could incorporate this into our Community Day when attendance is high. Due to the recent drug arrest of a non-CHHA resident on Scotsmore, and needles and drug paraphernalia being found on the bike path near McLearan and Cobra, police bike patrol will increase in this area. Parents are asked to talk to your children about not handling any items they may find on these paths, being approached by anyone selling drugs and to notify police of immediately if this occurs. Architectural Control: The Board is planning to walk the

neighborhood this fall to look for homes that are not in compliance with the ACC Guidelines, Bylaws and Covenants. A revised ACC Guideline book is in review and will be printed and mailed to the residents soon. Newsletter: Nothing to report at this time. Old Business: Discussion was postponed regarding upgrading the current insurance concerns brought up at the last meeting. There have been some problems arising from Verizon being in the neighborhood. Contact numbers were in the May Newsletter if residents have experienced any problems. New Business: The land owned by EDS that is being proposed to be developed will be meeting in June with the County. The community and the Board will want to attend future planning and development meetings with the County. Adjournment: Chris Tacinelli made a Motion to adjourn the meeting and Jeff Boehlert Seconded. The Board approved and the meeting adjourned at 9:15 p.m.

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Jump Start Your Child’s Summer!

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Community Day Planning Moves Forward By Beth Whisamore

A Therapeutically-based Activity Program Fine Motor—Visual Motor—Sensory Motor Skills

The Social Committee is gearing up for Community Day. Want to help? It’s a great way to get involved in the community, even if you only have a few hours to offer. We will be meeting in the community center on the third Wednesday of every month at 7 PM, and we always have something good to eat while we chat! We’d love to have you join us on June 15th at 7 PM.

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A Community Outreach Project

18 year resident of Chantilly Highlands

Submitted by Cindy DiPalma

Hayden Mustico, age 15 and a resident of Franklin Farm, is critically ill with a rare genetic disorder called Adrenoleukodystrophy or (ALD). Hayden is in need of an immediate bone marrow transplant that he will receive at the end of this month. His family has relocated to the Cincinnati area for several months while Hayden undergoes treatment at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

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The Jennings/Mustico family still resides in our community, and can use our help. Even with insurance coverage, the family can expect high medical costs, which does not include travel or living expenses while in Cincinnati. You can learn more about ALD, and updates on Hayden at Here is how you can help Hayden and his family: ∗ Donate financially to support the family in related

care and medical costs. Checks must be made payable to Stacy Jennings and sent to: P.O. Box 710838, Herndon, Virginia, 20171. Please include notation, Stacy’s Kids, on the check memo line. ∗ Consider learning more about becoming a marrow

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•The procedures for handling change orders. •Lien releases to ensure that you are not held liable for any claims of nonpayment by the contractor to subcontractors and suppliers.

•Waiver of liability. Reputable contractors should be willing to state in writing that their company specifically exempts the homeowner from liability for any injury sustained by any employee or subcontractor of the company during the course of the project, and that the contractor will indemnify and defend the homeowner against all such claims.

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Watch Out For Children


Our children might not always remember to look for cars when crossing the street. Drive carefully, and remember that our speed limit is 25 mph.

CRIME & INCIDENTS REPORT No incidents to report. You can view crime and incident reports on the internet at police7.htm. Although drugs have not been a major issue in this community, we have had reports of drug paraphernalia found on the bike path near McLearen Road and Cobra Drive. There has also been one drug arrest on Scotsmore Drive. This arrest involved a subject who was not a resident of Chantilly Highlands. The police are aware of the situation and are following up on the information and reports. Parents are asked to talk to their children about not handling any items they may find on these paths, and if approached by a stranger to advise their parents, who should report it to the police. The non-emergency police phone number is 703691-2131. If at all possible report it in a timely matter so an officer might be able to catch someone. With summer approaching there is typically an increase in criminal/mischievous activity. Remember to report any suspicious persons, vehicles, or activities to the police. Bring your cell phone when you take your evening walks with your neighbor or with the dog. Program the police non-emergency number (703-691-2131) into your cell phone. For emergencies or crimes occurring, call 911—remember as much information as possible, but do not intervene.

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Child Supervision Guidelines These guidelines have been developed by social work professionals in collaboration with the community. THEY ARE GUIDELINES ONLY. There may be situations, even within these guidelines, when it is not safe to leave a child unsupervised. Parents are ultimately responsible for making decisions about their child's safety.

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There must be no emotional, medical, or behavioral problems which affect judgment or decision-making skills. Child must be comfortable being alone. Youth must have a safety plan worked out with the parent/ caretaker, which includes: 1. How to access parent or other responsible adult at all times (including knowing the parent/caretaker’s whereabouts and having a telephone number where parent can be reached). 2. What to do in case of emergency. 3. Guidelines for acceptable behavior. 4. Knowledge of emergency telephone numbers. Youth must demonstrate the ability to follow the safety plan and to make decisions that reflect concern for personal safety.

SUPERVISION GUIDELINES 7 years & under: Should not be left alone for any period of time. This may include leaving children unattended in cars, playgrounds, and backyards. The determining consideration would be the dangers in the environment and the ability of the caretaker to intervene. 8 to 10 years: Should not be left alone for more than 1½ hours and only during daylight and early evening hours. 11 to 12 years: May be left alone for up to 3 hours but not late at night or in circumstances requiring inappropriate responsibility. 13 to 15 years: May be left unsupervised, but not overnight. 16 to 17 years: May be left unsupervised. In some cases, for up to two consecutive overnight periods. This and additional information can be found at childsupervisionguidelines.htm

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Classified Advertising Maria’s Cleaning Services –Small and friendly team would like to offer you house cleaning services. Competitive rates with great references. Honest and Reliable. Please call Maria for a free estimate at 703-787-3326 (corrected phone number). For Sale: 1999 Ford Taurus SE - Good condition, Air bags/ AC, great 2nd car or teenager wheels; 102,000 miles, $3800 obo. Call 703-464-9788 Ride-on Lawn Mower for Sale: MTR 7 speed with snow blower attachment. Good condition. Please call 703-318-8252. Childcare/Nanny needed - PT care for 5 mo. old twins in our home. 15-35 hrs/wk (your choice # of hrs). Flexible schedule. One parent will be working from home the majority of the time. Non-smoking female w/ references only. Contact Stephanie at 703-467-9580. A & S Home Improvement - Remodeling bath & kitchen, Ceramic tile, Floor & wall tile, Painting, Drywall, Electrical, Plumbing, Ceiling Fans, and more. Licensed, Honest, Experienced. Free estimates. 703-860-4734. Cell 703-944-3135. KC PetWatch...Experienced, dependable, in-home pet care. Daily walks, feedings, TLC, meds. Will handle mail, papers set security. Certified Pet CPR. Reservations/references. (703) 435-3408.

KidWorks (Youth in Business...18 yrs & under) Lawn Mowing Service...Will mow and/or edge your lawn at an affordable price; make sure it is kept looking nice while on vacation; or help keep it trimmed weekly. For information, call Stephen (new number) at (703) 390-1091. Lawn Care - 11th grader, lawn mowing and edging every week or as needed, bagging for no extra cost. Call Kyle at (703) 471-1287. Babysitter/Pet sitter...10th grader, CPR, Childcare & Emergency Care Certified. Loves games, all sports & all types of animals. Call Erinn (new number) at (703) 390-1091. Pet Care. 9th grader willing to take care of your pets anytime. Experienced, Responsible, and Dependable. References available. Call Jennifer at (703) 787-9323. CRC mowing/yard work - Mowing $25; other svcs available upon request. References available. Call Corey at 703-3991559. Wall Washers/Weed Wackers Pros - Tired of dirt & marks on your walls but not ready to paint? Hire us for a clean new look at a reasonable price. We also wash deck furniture, weed plant beds, water outdoor flowers. Call Brian, Danny, or Travis at 703-787-6984.

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COMMITTEE INFO Board of Directors meets on the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM at the Community Center. Meetings are open, and all residents are welcome and encouraged to participate. To include a specific item on the agenda, please contact the Board President. Architectural Control Committee (ACC) meets monthly at the Community Center. Contact any ACC member or appropriate Board member if you have ACC questions or concerns. Chantilly Highlander newsletter team welcomes your articles and community photos of specific events, or just whatever is going on in your neighborhood! We would also love your suggestions and ideas for new features as well as feedback on current content. Advertising questions and other information may be emailed to, or mailed to the Editor at P.O. Box 710238, Oak Hill, VA, 20171. Community Activities Committee identifies and schedules events for the participation of Chantilly Highlands families. The committee meets as events are scheduled, and chairpersons vary throughout the year. If you are interested in leading an event or have ideas for a community activity, please contact a Board member. Community Facilities Committee (ComFac) meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM at the Community Center. Issues pertaining to our swimming pool, tennis courts, playground, Community Center and its grounds are managed by the Community Facilities Committee. If you would like to become involved in this committee, contact Jeff Boehlert at 703-435-2836. Land Management Committee handles all issues that involve the common areas of our community: primarily lawn care and snow removal. Meetings are held as needed. You may contact Wendy Osborn at 703-834-7978 with questions and if you are able to help on the Land Management Committee.

The Chantilly Highlander is a monthly publication which informs the community of our accomplishments, upcoming events, committee meeting highlights and decisions, and provides a forum for you and your family to communicate items of interest to your neighbors! Articles are reviewed and published at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Published advertisement is accepted, however it is not considered an endorsement by the Board. Electronic submissions are encouraged via email; however, please also provide a “camera ready” printed copy for comparison if there are graphics or fonts (print styles) that must be maintained.

Email address: (Please include ‘Chantilly Highlander’ in the subject line so it is not deleted as spam) Mailing address: CHHA, c/o The Chantilly Highlander, P.O. Box 710238, Oak Hill, VA 20171 Please submit articles, advertising (with payment), and photos so they are RECEIVED by the 12th of each month for consideration in the next month’s issue: be sure to allow sufficient time for mail processing. Any non-profit notices will included only if space allows—for guaranteed placement it must be paid advertising. Advertising Rates:

KidWorks (Under 18 yrs) Classified Ad Business Card 2” x 3½” Quarter Page 3¼” x 4½”

Resident $ 2.50 $ 10.00 $ 25.00 $ 45.00

Non-Resident $ 10.00 $ 15.00 $ 40.00 $ 60.00

CUT OUT AND HANG BY YOUR PHONE FOR HANDY REFERENCE!  When calling board or committee members, please be mindful that they are volunteers, with jobs and families, making sacrifices to serve our community. Try to contact the appropriate liaison or committee chair for the best response to a concern/question.

Chantilly Highlands Committees Architectural Control (ACC)

Carla Abbud Andrea Ward Cindy DiPalma Civic Affairs Jeffrey Parnes Community Ctr Rental Answering Machine Community Activities Beth Whisamore Community Facilities Jeffrey Boehlert Database Administrator Dave Puchrik Garden Club Joanne Abrams Land Management Wendy Osborn Karen McGreevy Neighborhood Watch (see Comm Facilities) Pool House Phone Lori Manik Resale Packages Bill Marlin Swim Team Chair Steve Edwards Tennis Courts Jeffrey Parnes Webmaster Jane Huang Web Posting

703-925-0949 703-481-3192 703-471-1874 703-904-0131 703-435-0736 703-435-1681 703-435-2836

703-444-0328 703-834-7978 703-435-1141 703-435-2081 703-796-1061 571-203-0440 703-742-3353 703-904-0131 703-707-8889

2005 CHHA Board of Directors President…………... Vice President…….. Treasurer………….. Secretary………….. Architectural Control Liaison…………... Community Facilities Liaison…………... Land Management Liaison…………... Newsletter Liaison… Neighborhood Watch Liaison…………... Community Activities Liaison...

Jim Ceh Wendy Osborn Chris Tacinelli Mary Kerr

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