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

April 2006

Centerville Road Widening Update On Monday March 6, 2006, Paul Thurneysen, one of our recently elected Board members, attended the Sully District Transportation and Land Use Committee Meeting. This committee is chaired by Jeff Parnes, a Chantilly Highlands resident. At the beginning of the meeting a brief presentation was given by Project Managers from Shirley Construction and the VDOT Project Manager for the overall Route 28 project, Susan Shaw. One other homeowner from Chantilly Highlands was in attendance. Shirley Construction’s Construction Manager, Greg Smith, outlined three construction phases: Phase 1: From Metrotech Drive to Saint Veronica’s Church, two new lanes will be constructed generally along the west side of Centerville Road. Construction will move from South to North beginning near Metrotech Drive. Phase 1 Construction essentially began the week of March 6 with crews mobilizing and beginning to remove fencing at Franklin Middle School. Phase 2: From Barnsfield Road to McLearen Road, two new lanes will be constructed generally along the west side of Centerville Road (the other side of the road from Chantilly Highlands). Construction will move North to South beginning near McLearen Road. Phase 3: Traffic will be shifted to the two new lanes constructed on the west side. Then, the contractors will replace the pavement on the existing road surface and complete construction of an eight-foot wide asphalt trail on the Chantilly Highlands side of Centreville Road. Along Centreville Road, between Route 50 and McLearen Road, there will be four new traffic signals in addition to the existing five signals. All signals will have pedestrian crossing displays and crosswalks. Throughout its length, the roadway will have a median island in the center and an asphalt trail generally along the eastern side of the road. See CENTREVILLE ROAD on page 5

Spring Egg Hunt April 8th from 1—3 PM See page 4 for additional details Association Annual Dues for 2006 were due March 31st. Payments after March 31st should include a $25 late fee, for a total of $243. Payments should be mailed to CHHA, PO Box 710238, Oak Hill, VA 20171 and should include your lot number and a copy of the dues invoice.

The Community Yard Sale is set for May 13th (rain date May the 20th) from 9-12.

In This Issue: Board & Committee Contacts……………11 Board Minutes………………………………2 Classified Ads……………………………..10 Community Calendar……….……………...4 Community Happenings………………....6-7 Swim Team—Answerman……….………..8

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Chantilly Highlands Homes Association Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, March 2, 2006 Submitted by: Wendy Hunt Minutes are tentative and will be reviewed and approved at the upcoming Board of Directors’ meeting.

Board Attendees: Chris Tacinelli, Wendy Osborn, Mark Hassinger, Wendy Hunt, Larry Miller, Jon Roe, and Paul Thurneysen Absent Board members: Darin Welt Homeowner attendees: 1 Chris Tacinelli called the meeting to order at 7:35pm. Board of Directors Officer elections were held. The Board elected the slated officers unanimously. Chris Tacinelli – President Wendy Osborn – Vice President Darin Welt – Treasurer Wendy Hunt - Secretary Meeting Minutes Approval: Both sets of minutes (January and February) were approved as read. Committee Appointments: The following Committee Liaisons were nominated. A motion was made by Mark Hassinger and seconded by Jeff Boehlert to appoint the Board Members as Liaisons as nominated. The Board approved the motion unanimously. Community Facilities: Jeff Boehlert Architectural Control (ACC): Mark Hassinger Land Management: Wendy Osborn Community Events: Wendy Hunt Civic Affairs & Neighborhood Watch: Paul Thurneysen Communications – Newsletter & website: Larry Miller Long range planning & database: Jon Roe Land Management: Wendy Osborn discussed tree removal on the common ground. Wendy Osborn has committed to walking through the common ground areas to assess the trees for possible removal and replacement if needed. Snow removal went smoothly and paths were cleared. Wendy discussed the need for volunteers from the community to support our clean up efforts, entrance gardens and the “Adopt a Spot” program. Wendy Osborn will meet with members of the CHHA Garden Club and Scout troops to see if we can encourage volunteer participation in those clubs. Treasurer’s Report: Chris Tacinelli passed out the monthly budget. Chris reported that 43% of homeowner dues were paid as of the meeting, which is excellent. Chris also provided notebooks to the board with policies and pertinent information for board members to be passed on from year to year. Community Facilities: The Funbrella that was ripped has been repaired. One of the entry doors into the pool area was shot out with a

bee-bee gun and Jeff received a quote for $191 for glass. The labor price has not been discussed yet. It will be repaired before the pool opens. Jeff will place an ad in the Highlander for volunteers to work the pool concession stand. If there is more than one volunteer for the job, names will be drawn from a hat. Fairfax County sent us a letter informing us that the wade pool coping is not flush with the deck, and that we need to repair or replace the coping to provide a level transition to the pool deck with smooth caulk and grout surfaces. Jeff has received one estimate and will get two other estimates on this work. There are a couple of HVAC issues in the Community Center that need to be fixed. A local resident who works in HVAC has volunteered to inspect it and will give us an estimate. The community entry light on Kinross is on 24 hours a day. One fixture is missing. Wendy Osborn got one quote to fix it, but three bids will be reviewed on this issue before action is taken. Board members will reassess the light issues and reconvene on this issue as the information comes in. Light timer issues will be re-examined as well. Pool rules will be published in the April newsletter. Architectural Control Committee: The ACC is going to attempt to get letters out from the annual walk within the next 60 days. The homeowner attendee volunteered to help assist this committee. Community Activities: Plans for the Easter Egg Hunt/Spring Event are well underway. Volunteers are still needed for these activities and the board will assist with this event. The yard sale will be scheduled for May 13th with a rain date of May 20th. The 5K run event plans are being considered at this time. Civic Affairs: Two upcoming Fairfax County committee meetings were discussed. Both are related to the partial development for the EDS property across from Chantilly Highlands. Additionally, Paul will be attending the Sully Transportation and Land Use Committee meeting on March 6th on behalf of Chantilly Highlands. It was suggested that CHHA submit recommendations to the traffic migration plan associated with the road widening to eliminate excessive construction traffic in the neighborhood. Paul will continue to interact with road design. No one has signed up for the web list on the Centreville widening issue. Interested homeowners should submit their email address to Paul attended the Fairfax County Police Neighborhood Watch liaison meeting and the Fairfax County Citizens Advisory Council meeting where they discussed police issues related to the Fair Oaks District. Another board member reported that the pool clubhouse windows were vandalized. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue is organizing free CERT training for residents of the county. CERT is a first reSee BOARD MINUTES on Page 3

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BOARD MINUTES from page 2


sponders organization for disasters. Newsletter: Larry announced that the newsletter deadline is the 12th of the month. The virtual calendar of events has pertinent deadlines and things that should go in the newsletter. Board members will review this list and will check with the Newsletter Editor to be sure the list is followed. Long Range Planning: Nothing to report at this time. A discussion was held with regard to having a professional assessment of the CHHA property, life cycle costs, estimates of time left on equipment, etc… Pending a review of the costs, this may be conducted in the future to facilitate the upkeep of Community property and equipment. Old Business: As reported in a Newsletter article in the March edition, Wendy Osborn has consulted with legal counsel and determined that the recent Board Election was legitimate and official. Wendy and the Board will work with old board members as an advisory committee to develop a Policy Memorandum outlining the objectives and procedures of the Board election process. New Business: “Visit Fairfax” is trying to promote their new program and would like to present to the CHHA Board. The Board will ask them for a written memo describing their presentation and possibly schedule a future date for a presentation to the Community and Board. The Swim Team has requested that the Board purchase a PA system for the swim team and pool use as the current system is outdated. The preliminary pricing is $1500. Jeff and the Community Facilities group will analyze this issue to see if it is something that would benefit the pool users in addition to the Swim Team and bring the group’s recommendation to the board next month for action. CHHA needs to publish a 2006 community directory. A suggestion was made to include email addresses for ease of communication. This will be discussed at future meetings. The Board is evaluating the HOA insurance coverages and considering increasing the coverage for Directors and Officers Insurance as part of this year’s renewal. The Board agreed tentatively that the quoted increases in premiums are minimal compared with the additional coverage. The Board agreed to not pursue employee dishonesty insurance which would cover fraud or embezzlement. It was agreed that the current fiscal policies and procedures provide adequate protection to the HOA and the premium for this coverage could not be justified. Chris Tacinelli will investigate options, receive a premium quote for the upcoming year and report back to the Board for official action. Meeting Adjournment: Jeff Boehlert made a motion to adjourn and Mark Hassinger seconded. The meeting was adjourned at 9:00pm.

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April 2006

National Poetry Month







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7:30 pm CommFac Mtg



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S c h o o l


S p r i n g



Passover 4/13-4/20 V a c a t i o n 4/10—4/14






8 1-3 PM Spring Egg Hunt

15 (Spring Egg Hunt Rain Date 1-3 PM)

22 Earth Day


Swim Team Registration 6:30-8:30 PM (See page 8 for details)


FCPS Student Holiday

7:30 PM Garden Club Mtg & Tour (see p. 5)



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Garden Club Meeting and Gardens Tour

Near Chantilly Highlands, openings in the median to permit left turns to and from side streets (median breaks), will be located at Kinross Circle South and Highland Mews Court/Cox Communications driveway. The latter location has an existing traffic signal. The Kinross Circle South entrance to the neighborhood will also have a new signal. The median will prohibit left hand turns into and out of Kinross Circle North although that intersection will continue to have right turn access to and from Centreville Road. The project is still on schedule for October 2007 completion, with the first two phases ideally completed by the spring of 2007. On Friday March 10, 2006, three of our Board members attended a follow on meeting with the Project Management Team for this project to review the plans in further detail and make recommendations to try and minimize the impact on the neighborhood. Feel free to contact Paul Thurneysen at 703-318-1468 for more details, or if you have specific issues that you would like the Board to forward to VDOT or Shirley Construction project managers.


Accompany us for a tour of our members’ gardens in our neighborhood on Tuesday, April 18th. We will meet at the Community Center at 7:30 PM for a brief meeting, and then begin the tour. Contact President Jim Skaptason at 703-742-6228 for details.

Community Facilities- We are looking for 34 energetic people to volunteer and join our committee. We meet the first Wednesday of the month for approximately 1 hour to discuss any matters dealing with the pool, parking lot, tennis court and community center. If you are interested please call Jeff Boehlert at 703-435-2836. POOL CONCESSIONS

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The MS Challenge Walk

Chantilly High School Announcements Choral Music Assessments Assessments for placement in the Chantilly High School Choral Music Program are going on now. Materials regarding the process may be obtained from the Choral Music Office. Assessment tapes are due to the directors by April 6th. Dance assessments for Show Choir will take place April 19th and 21st. For more information please call (703) 222-8181 or (703) 222-8155. Celebrating Twenty Years of CHS Concerts! Chantilly High School commemorates two decades of exceptional performances this May as the Touch of Class show choir and CHS Jazz Band take the stage for the annual showcase Jazz & Pizzazz! The performances run for 4 nights beginning May 2427 at 6pm in the school auditorium. Tickets are sure to go fast. Tickets are $9.00 and will go on sale at CHS beginning May 5, 2006 in the school cafeteria. You can also purchase tickets from any CHS performer. Call 703-222-8181 for more information. Chantilly High School Drumline, Colorguard & Jazz Bands The CHS Drumline and Winter Guard will be having a special performance for family, friends, and members of the Chantilly community. This will be their one and only performance at Chantilly HS. They will be joined by the two awesome Jazz bands of Chantilly High School for a fun filled hour of music. The performance will begin at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, April 5th in the Chantilly High School gymnasium. Donations for this performance would be greatly appreciated.


Chantilly Highlands residents, Patti Boehlert, Wendy Kisiday, Barbara Michels, and Denise Miller will be participating in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer on April 29th and 30th in Washington, DC. They have committed to walking 39 miles and raising $1,800 each ($7,200 in total). You can help by making a tax-deductible donation to the Avon Foundation, a 501(c) (3) public charity, and taking an opportunity to honor the people you love and everyone who has been touched by this terrible disease. Please make checks payable to Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and send them to: Wendy Kisiday, 13405 Amy Way, Oak Hill, VA 20171. For questions, please contact Wendy at 703-9041827 or by e-mail: Your donations and support will be greatly appreciated.



Chantilly Highlands resident Jacki Varacalli will be participating in a couple of walks for MS this year. On April 2, there is a 6-mile MS Walk, and from 9/29-10/1 a 3-day, 50-mile MS Challenge Walk. The event will raise funds to fight multiple sclerosis (MS) and increase public awareness of the disease. They are still looking for walkers and volunteers. To make a donation or participate contact Jacki Varacalli at or 703-689-3942. You can also go to the MS website at to make a donation or learn more about the events or the disease.

Oak Hill Kindergarten Orientation for Parents Who: Parents of Rising Kindergarten Students (Must be 5 Years Old on or before September 30, 2006) Where: Oak Hill Elementary School When: Tuesday, April 25, 2006, 6:30 PM Why: To Discuss the Kindergarten Program, Expectations, and to Meet Kindergarten Teachers and Others Involved in the Educational Process

Chantilly Highlands 5K Run Looking for Interest and Volunteers Would you like to get together with some of your neighbors for a competitive run, fun run, or enjoyable walk? Would you like to have a purpose for all that training and dieting you are doing? Would you like to show off in front of your neighbors? Would you like to win a prize? For many years, Chantilly Highlands has sponsored this worthwhile event. The Events Committee is trying to find out if there is continued interest for a Run/Walk this year. If this sounds like fun and you would be interested, please contact Wendy Hunt at 703-467-8188. Volunteers are also needed that can spend a few hours making this healthy, fun event happen. Please let Wendy know if you can help out.

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A Night Under the Stars Senior Girl Scout Troop 3099 would like to extend an invitation to all little girls and their dads or other important person to a wonderful evening of dancing, light refreshments, door prizes, and magical fun. Girls do not need to be Girl Scouts to attend the dance. The girls are raising funds to travel to the Girl Scout World Headquarters in Switzerland and England in the summer of 2007 or 2008.

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TRASH REMINDER When you put your trash and recyclable items street side, please make sure that they are properly contained: place lids on your trash cans and weigh down papers in recycle bins so they don't blow all over the neighborhood. If your trash container does fall over, or items in your recyclable bin blow throughout the community, be a good neighbor and go and pick up your trash. Don't make your neighbors collect your garbage. Thank you!

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Sign up for the Swim Team, April 25 & 26. It’s the right thing to do! The Answerman By Steve Bachman

Justine: I am an extremely busy and impatient person. Can I just phone in my swim team registration? Answerman: Justine, joining the swim team will not only be fun for your children but I just know that we can also help bring you personal peace, patience and serenity. No, you may not phone in your registration. Registration is part of the beginning of the swim team social experience. Come to the community center between 6:30 – 8:30 PM on Tuesday or Wednesday, April 25th or 26th , and you will see lots of hugging (women) and handshakes (men) as people renew their summer friendships. We are like ground hogs emerging from their dens in anticipation of jolly times. You will hear parents saying all the things your parents used to say back when you thought you would never be like them. Really creative exclamations like, “That can’t be little Johnny! I just can’t believe how much he’s grown! He is starting to look just like his father!” Women show up with new babies and you didn’t even know that they had been expecting. At least the men didn’t know. Men are pretty clueless about the whole women-children social/tribal thing. Men kind of circle around outside, looking in, in amazement. Justine: What is the easiest way for me to prepare for registration? Answerman: Go to the Dolphin’s new home page, and add it to your favorites list. You will need it. Then click on Registration Form. Print off the 2006 Summer Swim Team Registration Form, fill it out, and bring it to the community center on one of the evenings previously mentioned. Roger: I just know that my boy Clarence will be really fast. I can’t wait to watch him win so that I can bask in the glow of his reflected glory. Answerman: A laudable goal, Roger. Roger: As an experienced swim team parent, have you ever experimented with nutritional supplementation on race day in an effort to get the maximum result from your child’s performance? Answerman: Yes, of course. After many years of effort I have developed the Answerman’s formula. My children consume ¼ of an M&M for each pound of child weight.

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For a 60 lb. child, this would equate to 15 M&Ms. These should be consumed 20 minutes before the child’s race, washed down with ½ cup of Cherry Coke. Repeat as needed. The soda can be warm but the M&Ms should be well chilled. We keep ours on ice. It can get hot in the summer and we don’t want to create a messy child. (Note to editor : please leave this in. I’m sure that alert readers will know that this is an attempt at humor and will not try this potentially dangerous regimen. Also please leave this note in as a disclaimer.) Sue: My daughter is just learning to swim. How good does she have to be in order to join the team? Answerman: She doesn’t have to be good, Sue. She will learn to swim better on the team. That’s the point of it all. She just needs to be able to swim one length of the pool on her belly and one length on her back. We just want to make sure that she is water safe. Justine: Will I be able to meet you at registration? Answerman: I usually make an appearance. I’m sure that meeting me will be just the first of many happy experiences you will have as a Dolphin Swim Team Parent.

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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 at (703) 390-1091. Babysitter/Pet sitter...11th grader, CPR, Childcare & Emergency Care Certified. Loves games, all sports & all types of animals. Call Erinn at 703-390-1091. Pet Care—10th grader willing to take care of your pets anytime. Experienced, Responsible, and Dependable. References available. Call Jennifer at 703-787-9323.

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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 Cindy DiPalma OPEN Civic Affairs Jeffrey Parnes Community Ctr Rental Answering Machine Community Activities Wendy Hunt Community Facilities Jeffrey Boehlert Database Administrator Dave Puchrik Garden Club Joanne Abrams Land Management Wendy Osborn OPEN Neighborhood Watch (see Comm Facilities) Pool House Phone Lori Manik Resale Packages Paulette Rogers Swim Team Chair Steve Edwards Tennis Courts Jeffrey Parnes Webmaster Jane Huang Web Posting

703-925-0949 703-471-1874 703-904-0131 703-435-0736 703-467-8188 703-435-2836

703-444-0328 703-834-7978 703-435-2081 703-796-1061 703-481-1082 703-742-3353 703-904-0131 703-707-8889

2005 CHHA Board of Directors President………………... Chris Tacinelli Vice President………….. Wendy Osborn Treasurer……………….. Darin Welt Secretary……………….. Wendy Hunt Community Facilities Liaison…………………. Jeffrey Boehlert Architectural Control Liaison………………….. Mark Hassinger Communications Liaison.. Larry Miller Long Range Planning & Database Liaison……….. Jon Roe Civic Affairs & Neighborhood Watch Liaison…………………. Paul Thurneysen Community Events Liaison…………………. Wendy Hunt Land Management Liaison…………………. Wendy Osborn

703-787-0315 703-834-7978 703-787-3883 703-467-8188 703-435-2836 703-435-4810 703-707-0891 703-904-9396

703-318-1468 703-467-8188 703-834-7978

Chantilly Highlands Homes Association P.O. Box 710238 Oak Hill, VA 20171


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