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Ad-hoc Committee Created to Identify Community Issues

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David Robinette is creating and chairing an ad-hoc committee which will focus on the specific issues of growth in the Potomac District as they relate to Dominion Station.

The committee will be tasked to identify and report on needs which are specific to the items identified by the Potomac District Planned and Managed Growth Committee. The ad-hoc committee will also engage with other nearby communities to identify any collective efforts which will enhance the overall landscape of areas around our community. This will be a very effective way to formally request for enhancements around our community from the County.

If anyone is interested in being on the committee, please contact David Robinette at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. Remember that it takes all of us together to make our community the best place to live in Loudoun!


Robinette, BOD President, Asked to be on Potomac Growth Committee

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David Robinette, the HOA Board of Directors President, has been asked to sit on the Potomac District Planned and Managed Growth committee.

The committee was formed to:

  • Identify recreational and nature parks, libraries, recreation centers, and fire, police, and rescue needs.
  • Ensure developers provide more housing choices to meet the needs of the entire workforce and people at all stages of life.
  • Create plans for parks, green ways, and trails.
  • Invest more in local streets with more interconnections to reduce traffic more effectively.
  • Analyze options to provide dedicated bus/transit lanes and improved express bus service and identify how the Virginia Regional Transit should flow through our district.
  • Design our community to provide the best use of safe and convenient choices for walking and bicycling to schools, recreation, and stores.

Home Inspection Information

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On an annual basis, the HOA and its management company will inspect the exterior of residential properties to ensure that they comply with the original design guidelines. Residents may find it useful to see what the actual inspection checklist looks like. Download the original inspection checklist (63KB Word Doc) or review the inspection items in the Frequently Asked Question section.

Download the 2007 Exterior Home Maintenance Inspection Checklist (63KB Word Doc)

Read the home inspection frequently asked questions and answers.


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