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The Chantilly Highlander Your Community Newsletter Serving Chantilly Highlands V i s i t u s on t h e N E W LY r e d e s i g ne d w e b s i t e a t www.c hha . or g

August 2009

Community Day September 19th The annual CHHA Community Day has been scheduled for September 19 from 3 - 6 PM. We have the DJ, Petting Zoo, Moon Bounces, and Firemen/truck scheduled! For those new to the neighborhood, it is held in the community center and pool parking lot and playground area. Volunteers are needed to help organize small portions of the event, such as the cake walk, balloon sculpture animals, raffle prizes, etc. Girl/Boy Scout Troops are encouraged to help with the food (last year they were allowed to keep a portion of the profits). This is a great way to get involved with the community and to meet new friends—even if you’ve lived here for a few years! Please contact Michelle Doucette by email at chhacommunityevents@chha.org. to volunteer with this event. Events like these can’t happen without people like you helping out!

Kindergarten Registration at Oak Hill

If you have a child who will turn 5 years of age on or before September 30, 2009, please register for kindergarten as soon as possible. Oak Hill Elementary School office hours are 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., telephone 703-467-3500.

4-H Fair & Farm Show August 1, Saturday 9am-9pm, August 2, Sunday 9am-5pm

Kidwell Farm, Activity Center and Equestrian Grounds Find old-fashioned country fun with games, rides, and exhibits. Watch the Fairfax County 4-H exhibitors getting their project animals ready for the show. See real farmers use antique equipment in the fields and around the barn. Try your hand at milking a cow or goat, shelling corn or other farm chores. New this year, stay late on Saturday evening and enjoy an antique tractor pull, family fun and games and evening wagon rides. FREE Admission, parking $5/car, additional charge for rides and concessions. www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/fpp/ pdf/FPPquarterlycalendar.pdf

Wednesdays Frying Pan Farmers Market, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm. Frying Pan Farm Park, 2709 West Ox Road, Herndon Thursdays Herndon Farmers Market, 8:00 am Noon Old Town Herndon, 777 Lynn Street, next to the Red Caboose

In This Issue: Board Minutes Community Calendar Classified Ads Board & Committee Contacts

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Chantilly Highlands Homes Association Board Meeting Minutes Thursday, July 9, 2009 Submitted by Mike Laverdure

Minutes are tentative and will be reviewed and approved at the next Board Meeting, scheduled for Thursday, August 6, 2009.

The meeting was called to order at 7:47 P.M. on Thursday, July 9, 2009. Members of the Board present were Michelle Doucette, David Howlett, Brian Keagy, Mike Laverdure, Larry Miller, Imrana Umar, and Greg Zilberfarb. The June 4, 2009 Board Minutes are amended to read: Those in attendance included three members of the community and two members of the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The residents discussed their dispute regarding the size and placement of a play structure. The neighbors were encouraged to come to am amicable agreement with respect to the complaint by that the play structure creates a visual nuisance. The homeowner with the play structure has offered to apply for approval from the ACC and relocate the structure within his yard. Treasurer’s Report: The Board voted to disapprove a real estate agent request for a refund of Chantilly Highlands Home Association (CHHA) Dues unless these funds are subsequently paid by the mortgage banker. The Board voted to approve the write-off of CHHA Dues deemed unrecoverable relative to two properties in foreclosure. The Board voted to approve the roll-over of an unpaid late fee associated with the 2009 HOA Dues. Community Facilities Report: Nothing to report at this time. Long Range Planning: The CHHA DRAFT Reserve Study has been received from Facility Engineering Associates, P.C. (FEA). The Board will review the report and provide comments back to FEA for the final report following the August 6, 2009, Board Meeting. Architectural Control: The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) continues to work with two homeowners relative to a play structure dispute. The Board will prepare and send a letter to a homeowner relative to long standing numerous violations of CHHA rules, regulations and ACC Guidelines. Fairfax County continues to pursue criminal and civil action against this homeowner who faces numerous charges of building and zoning violations. Newsletter, Database & Website: The CHHA Homeowners Directory has been sent to the printer. Neighborhood Watch: The Board discussed recent allegations by a homeowner of rock throwing and verbal

harassment. The homeowner has been informed that Fairfax County Police Department should be notified of any future occurrences. It was also reported that there were some fireworks issues associated with July 4th celebrations that led to open fire to which the police responded. Community Events, Land Management & Civic Affairs: Numerous upcoming CHHA events were discussed. A list of these events will be published in the community newsletter. The Community is seeking volunteers to assist with the Community Day, scheduled for September 19, 2009 from 3:00 – 6:00 PM. Please email the Board if interested in helping. The community is seeking a volunteer (individual or group) to organize and run the Winter Wonderland event later this year. Please email the Board if interested in helping. With no additional business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 8:56 P.M.


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2-1-1 Connects You to Local Services Loose your job? Need a ramp for your home? Mom was just diagnosed with Alzheimer’s? Don’t know how you’ll pay that bill? Dial 21-1 to get connected to local services to assist you and your family with today’s most pressing issues or problems. 2-1-1 was created to help connect people to the services they need the first time, every time. 2-1-1 is available, statewide, in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. In fact, nearly 80% of the United States population can access 2-1-1 for assistance today, and it is projected to be completely nationwide by 2010. This three digit dialing code is available 24/7 to residents throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. When a resident dials 2-1-1, they are connected to a trained Community Resource Specialist who will assess his/her needs and provide information and referrals to appropriate community-based organizations and government agencies. 21-1 VIRGINIA was launched in Northern Virginia in February 2008. CrisisLink is the 2-1-1 VIRGINIA provider in Northern Virginia, connecting area residents to more than 4,400 social service programs run by nonprofits, governments, and other organizations throughout the region. The Call Center Director for 2-1-1 Virginia Northern Region is Ms. Jamie Carter. “You use 9-1-1 if your house is on fire, but you dial 2-1-1 after the fire to find resources to get you back on your feet,” says Carter. As Virginia residents continue to face financial pressures, job loss, health care issues, and increased mental health concerns, 2-1-1 VIRGINIA is a vital resource for individuals. 2-1-1 VIRIGNIA is free, available 24/7, and can provide assistance in over 200 languages. To reach 2-1-1 Virginia, simply dial 2-1-1, or you may also dial 1-800-230-6977 in Virginia, or 703-752-5254 if you have an area code outside of Virginia. For TTY access, Virginians can dial 7-1-1. You can also access the 21-1 database via the internet at www.211virginia.org. From the Sully District Newsletter, which can be found at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sully/newsletter.htm—go here to subscribe to as well.

REMEMBER to submit an ACC Exterior Alteration Application BEFORE starting your next home improvement or remodeling project!

Find our ACC application

online

at

www.chha.org/

formsrequests.htm. Also, before digging in your yard for home improvements, planting a tree, or other projects, call 811 or visit www.call811.com at least two full business days before you plan to begin your project.


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Upcoming Community Events for the Year Mark your calendars to make sure you don’t miss these community events. Volunteer(s) are needed to organize and run the Winter Wonderland event later this year. Please contact the Board if interested in helping. Teen Pool Party - August 15th from 8 - 10 PM. Community Day – Sept. 19th from 3 - 6 PM - could use more volunteers to help organize small parts of the event. DJ, bounce houses, petting zoo, cotton candy/ popcorn machines have been reserved. Halloween Parade – Oct. 24th Haunted House – The Boy Scout Troop has not set their dates. Garden Lighting – No Garden Club, so no event scheduled Winter Wonderland – Looking for volunteers (usually a troop) to coordinate this event/horse drawn carriage has not been reserved. CUT OUT THIS CALENDAR FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

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VolunteerSpot Helps Non-Profits for Free Our Story Karen Bantuveris, a management consultant working-mom, became a Girl Scout leader and PTA board member once her daughter entered school. Shocked at all the ‘little things’ that made volunteering a hassle, and fueled by frustration with reply-all emails, clipboards, Online! Groups, and late night reminder messages…she decided to do something about it. VolunteerSpot launched in 2008 with the mission of enabling ANYONE to quickly mobilize and coordinate volunteers in their community, congregation and social network. VolunteerSpot’s simple sign up application makes it easy for community members to participate and say YES to volunteering. No waiting for approvals and passwords, no software to install, just easy, free scheduling and sign up tools for everyday heroes making a difference. Make your next activity easier than ever before. Try VolunteerSpot today at www.volunteerspot.com!

VolunteerSpot Philosophy At VolunteerSpot, we believe that volunteers should be rewarded for stepping forward and sharing their time and talents with those in need. All too often, volunteering means putting up with a certain amount of hassle or frustration – whether that is late night emails, reply-all messages, reminder phone calls, or searching for a parking space. Our sponsors enable us to provide FREE tools that simplify volunteering powering your good work in schools and clubs, in your congregation and neighborhoods. We can’t find you a parking place, but with VolunteerSpot, DOING GOOD just got easier!

How Does VolunteerSpot Work? There are three simple steps. The leader creates a schedule of volunteer needs on our online calendar and invites people to sign up with an e-mail. Volunteers

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click a link to see what spots are available and choose when and how they want to help. VolunteerSpot sends automated confirmation and reminder messages, helping everyone keep their commitments. Since it happens in real-time, the schedule is always current, and we've significantly reduced coordination time and made the process easier for everyone.


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H2O POWER WASH THE ONLY CHANTILLY HIGHLANDS RESIDENT OWNED POWER WASHING COMPANY

SPECIALS ANY HOUSE WASHED FOR ONLY $219.00 (We use SOAP窶年OT POOL CHLORINE) We DOUBLE WASH & DOUBLE RINSE each side to ensure the best cleaning results. Bio-degradable solutions!

DECK CLEANING SPECIAL! $89 for the first 200 SQUARE FEET! Sealing special $99 for the first 200 SQUARE FEET! Most decks only cost $299.00 for cleaning & sealing! Larger decks and staircases slightly higher!

WE TAKE PRIDE IN EVERYTHING WE CLEAN! CALL CHRIIS DOLAN TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR CLEANING NEEDS!

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The Solid Waste Management Program provides Fairfax County residents with a variety of opportunities to “Be Green!” Participate at one or more of the FREE events below. For event details, more information, and rules, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/recycling.

Organizations Accepting Used Electronics

Small Electronics and CFLs

Following is a partial list of local organizations and businesses that accept used electronics for reuse and recycling. Please read the descriptions carefully as the types of equipment accepted vary substantially among locations. Remember to ask if a fee is charged.

Small electronics, such as cellphones, PDAs, digital cameras, MP3 players, and inkjet cartridges, can be recycled through a U.S. Postal Service pilot program. Free postage-paid mailers are available at all post offices for mailing electronics to a company that reuses or recycles the equipment.

Best Buy All store locations in Fairfax County are accepting used televisions, computers, phones, cameras, and other electronics devices and peripherals. Customers can bring in no more than two units per day, per household. There is a $10 charge for TVs, CRTs, monitors and laptops. Customers are given a $10 Best Buy gift card to offset the cost. Call store for details. Kiosks in the front of all Best Buy stores accept ink cartridges, rechargeable batteries, and cell phones, CDs, DVDs and PDAs.

Compact fluorescent lights that no longer work can be dropped off for recycling at the front desk in Suite 458 at the Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway. Please wrap the lights individually to prevent them from breaking in transit. No broken compact fluorescent lights will be accepted. Unbroken compact fluorescent bulbs may also be taken to the returns desk of any Home Depot Store. See individual store for details.

E-Tech Recycling, Inc. 703-378-5500 Accepts any type of computer equipment, televisions, telephones, camcorders, CDs, DVDs, etc. Disposal fees charged for monitors and televisions.

Recycling Collection Events

PC Recycler, Inc. 703-436-1967 Accepts computers and laptops, printers, fax machines, copiers, televisions, telephones, stereos, etc. Some fees apply. Hosts public drop-off events on the second Saturday of each month in Chantilly. Offers computer pick-up service and computer drive destruction.

Electric Sunday TV and Computer Recycling Event

Salvation Army 703-642-9276 Accepts working electronics such as televisions (no consoles), computers (less than 4 years old), stereos, telephones, etc. ServiceSource 703-461-6000 Will take any PCs working or not. A fee is charged per monitor to offset special disposal costs. Not accepted: Monitors with broken glass. Staples All U.S. store locations accepting used computers, monitors, laptops, printers and faxes. The item(s) did not need to be purchased through Staples. There is a fee charged for large items. See local stores for more information.

Phones for Soldiers Recycle your cell phone and help soldiers stay in touch with their families back home. The Cell Phones for Soldiers program turns old cell phones into minutes of prepaid calling cards for U.S. troops. Your donation is tax deductible. Go to www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com for locations and information.

For scheduling updates, including cancellation notification of events, please call 703-324-5052.

10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the I-66 Transfer Station, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax • August 16 • September 20 • October 18 • November 15 Electronics, Document Shredding and Compact Fluorescent Bulb Collection Event

9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Navy Federal Credit Union, 820 Follin Lane, Vienna • September 12 Document Shredding and Compact Fluorescent Bulb Recycling • September 19—9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Sully District

Government Center, 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly • October 3—9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Fall for Fairfax at Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Days for Qualifying Businesses

9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the I-66 Transfer Station, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax • October 7


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Kitchens By Design, Inc

Full Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Countertop Replacements Finished Basements, Wet Bars , Game Rooms Vinyl Window Replacements FREE IN HOME ESTIMATES...703-631-2189 Excellent references throughout Chantilly Highlands and Franklin Farm Visit us at : www.kitchensbydesign.org

Dear Neighbor, I now have two 11th Congressional District Offices open and ready to serve you. The Fairfax office is located in the heart of Annandale and the newly-opened office in Prince William is located right off Prince William Parkway in Woodbridge. Since I took office in January, thousands of your neighbors have written, emailed, or called my District Offices to seek help with handling matters dealing with the federal agencies. We have had great success in solving problems for many 11th District constituents, some of whom came to us as a last resort after being unable to solve the matters on their own. We have succeeded in helping constituents with a variety of matters involving Social Security benefits, ranging from correcting errors in their monthly payments to helping a disabled adult receive the benefit she deserved under the law. Similarly, we have been successful in helping retired federal employees work with the Office of Personnel Management to fix miscalculations that had resulted in reduced pension payments. A number of our cases have involved helping military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and retired military with a variety of matters, including issues concerning the Veterans Administration. Please don't hesitate to contact or visit my two Northern Virginia offices. The District Office staff is committed to providing you with effective and responsive service in helping you resolve matters, large and small, involving the federal government and its various agencies. A quick call to the staff can save you hours of time and frustration in navigating the inner-workings of federal agencies. Thousands of Northern Virginians already have reached out to the 11th Congressional District Offices for help, so don't hesitate to call or email if you need some assistance. Of course, if you are going to be on Capitol Hill, I hope you will take the time to visit my office in the Cannon House Office Building. Communicating with constituents through email saves taxpayer dollars and helps the environment. I hope you will consider signing up for the email newsletter at connolly.house.gov to subscribe and receive periodic emails on legislation and specific issues of interest to you. Most importantly, my door is always open to you and I hope you will take advantage of the services my offices can provide to you. Best regards, Gerald E. Connolly (Text edited due to space constraints) Washington, DC Office 327 Cannon HOB Washington, D.C. 20515 Phone: (202) 225-1492 Fax: (202) 225-3071

Annandale Office 4115 Annandale Road, Suite 103 Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: (703) 256-3071 Fax: (703) 354-1284

Prince William Office 4308 Ridgewood Center Dr. Woodbridge, VA 22192 Phone: (703) 670-4989 Fax: (703) 670-6042


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Smart Summer Watering Avoid excessive watering. Most lawns need only an inch of water per week to stay healthy. Measure the amount of time it takes your sprinkler to deliver that much water, and do not exceed the total time for the week. A shallow container, such as a tuna can, can be used to measure the water. Use short cycles (5 minutes) at least an hour apart to reduce runoff. Set sprinklers carefully to avoid watering paved areas. Avoid sprinklers that spray a fine mist, which increases evaporation. Aerate the soil in the spring and fall to reduce runoff. Keep the grass 2-3” long to enhance root development with minimal watering. For more information, visit www.fairfaxwater.org. Minimize evaporation by watering during the early morning hours, when temperatures are cooler and winds are lighter. For more information and other water-saving tips, visit www.wateruseitwisely.com.

Classified Advertising Fitness Edge for Kids & Teens—For student athletes, ages 10-15 looking to gain an edge on their competition or score better on the Virginia Wellness fitness tests. Visit aldrinsportscamp.com, click on Fitness Edge Clinic. Susan's After School Care - Gr. 1-6. FFX. Co. permit, 10 yrs. exp. B.ED degree. Homework help/tutoring, Indoor/ outdoor activities. Transportation provided. Reasonable rates. Call (703) 310-7395 or Email korslim@hotmail.com Almighty & Co—Painting Int/Ext, local references, drywall & rotten wood repair, power washing, wallpaper removal, mouldings. 26 years, family run. Call Carl at 703-378-5602 or cell 703-926-8700. Residential and commercial cleaning -MSC, LLC has been servicing the Washington metropolitan area for 20 years offering competitive rates and great references. Free estimate, (703)723-3850, www.mariasstarcleaning.com. A&S Home Improvement-Remodeling Bath/Kitchen, Ceramic floor/wall tile/Painting/Drywall/Electrical/ Plumbing/ Ceiling fans/raises light/more. Lic., Honest, Exp. Free estimates. (703)860-4734; cell (703) 944-3135. Chantilly Chefs - Cook up some fun! Cooking classes in August now enrolling for children, teens & adults; taught in Chantilly Highlands. For more info call Amy Bevins (703) 437-8473 or visit www.amycarneybevins.com/chantilly_chefs.

BE FOOD SAFE Do you know how to keep food safe at home? The easy lessons of “Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill” will help you protect your family from food borne illness and teach them how to be food safe. Clean! - Wash hands and utensils to avoid spreading bacteria when preparing food. Separate! - Use different cutting boards for meat, poultry, seafood, and veggies. Cook! - You can’t tell it’s done by how it looks! Use a food thermometer. Chill! - Keep the fridge at 40 degrees or below to keep bacteria from growing. Find more information at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hd/ food/besafe.

KidWorks Need your lawn cut? Responsible 17 year old in Chantilly Highlands. Call Max at 703-471-0329. Pet Care-12th 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 welcomes your articles and community photos of specific events. Advertising questions and other information may be emailed to CHHANewsletter@chha.org or mailed to the Editor at P.O. Box 710238, Oak Hill, VA, 20171. Civic Affairs Committee for comments or questions contact Jeff Parnes at CHHACivicAffairs@chha.org; enroll in the Civic Affairs mail group at CHHACivicAffairsCommittee@chha.org to receive related notices. Community Activities Committee organizes events for Chantilly Highlands families. The committee meets as events are scheduled, and chairpersons vary throughout the year. Interested residents should please contact a Board member. Community Facilities Committee (ComFac) meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM at the Community Center regarding our swimming pool, tennis courts, playground, Community Center and its grounds. To become involved contact Jeff Boehlert at 703435-2836. Land Management Committee handles all issues that involve the common areas of our community, primarily lawn care and snow removal, meeting as needed. Contact Paul Thurneysen at 703-3181468 with questions or to help on the Land Management Committee.

The Chantilly Highlander is a monthly publication which informs the community of upcoming events, committee meeting highlights and decisions, and provides a forum to communicate items of interest to your neighbors! Articles are reviewed (subject to editing), 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: CHHAnewsletter@chha.org (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 be included only if space allows—guaranteed placement must be paid advertising. Classified & KidWorks ad wording should be no more than 30 words and is subject to editing due to space constraints.

Advertising Rates:

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

Resident $ 3.00 $ 15.00 $ 30.00 $ 55.00

Non-Resident $ 10.00 $ 20.00 $ 50.00 $ 70.00

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 Carla Abbud 703-925-0949 Cindy DiPalma 703-471-1874 Brian Keagy 703-909-7698 Michelle Doucette See to the right Jeffrey Parnes Civic Affairs 703-904-0131 Community Ctr Rental Answering Machine 703-435-0736 Michelle Doucette chhacommunityevents@chha.org Community Events Community Facilities Jeffrey Boehlert 703-435-2836 CHHAdatabase@chha.org Database Administrator Greg Zilberfarb OPEN Garden Club OPEN Paul Thurneysen Land Management 703-318-1468 Imrana Umar Neighborhood Watch 703-471-4923 (see Comm Facilities) 703-435-2081 Pool House Phone Lori Manik Resale Packages 703-796-1061 Karin Johnston Swim Team Chair 703-437-5452 Steve Edwards Tennis Courts 703-742-3353 Greg Zilberfarb Webmaster 703-779-4890 Greg Zilberfarb CHHAwebpostings@chha.org Web Posting

Architectural Control (ACC)

2009 CHHA Board of Directors PRESIDENT Paul Thurneysen 703-318-1468 VICE PRESIDENT David Howlett 703-689-9840 TREASURER Michelle Doucette chhatreasurer@chha.org SECRETARY Mike Laverdure 703-481-4511 chhasecretary@chha.org COMMUNITY FACILITIES Larry Miller 703-707-0891 LONG RANGE PLANNING Mike Laverdure 703-481-4511 chhasecretary@chha.org ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL David Howlett 703-689-9840 NEWSLETTER, DATABASE & WEBSITE Greg Zilberfarb 703-779-4890 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH Imrana Umar 703-471-4923 COMMUNITY EVENTS LAND MGMT & CIVIC AFFAIRS

Paul Thurneysen 703-318-1468 BOARD MEMBER Brian Keagy 703-909-7698


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