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Grand Central Square the First to be Repaved

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As outlined in the full schedule below, asphalt roadways in the community will be seal coated. This work will require the roadways be closed to traffic during the application and drying process for approximately 34 hours.

On MONDAY, AUGUST 3RD THROUGH TUESDAY AUGUST 4TH, Grand Central Square will be closed for resealing.

On the date of service, PLEASE RELOCATE YOUR VEHICLE TO AN ALTERNATIVE PARKING AREA BY 7:00 A.M. Alternative parking areas would be along Magnolia Road and Blossom Drive, and if applicable, your driveway/garage. You can leave your car in your garage and driveway, but remember the road cannot be used for 34 hours. A representative from Fairfax Excavation will open the lot the next day when the work is completed.


Also, be aware that if your service day(s) fall on trash collection days, the trash will not be collected and it should not be placed out by the curb. Trash will be picked up on the following collection day. Mail will not be delivered as well on your service day(s) as there will be no access to the cluster boxes.


Letter from Supervisor Andrea McGimsey

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Andrea McGimsey was elected to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in November 2007 and is the Potomac District representative. She wrote the following letter to her constituents regarding the Kincora stadium development plans.

Dear Neighbors,

Thank you to the many citizens who shared their thoughts with me about the Kincora stadium proposal.

On Tuesday the Board of Supervisors voted to approve the Kincora stadium proposal. Supervisor Burton and I voted no; Supervisor Miller abstained.

I wanted to share with you the comments I made before our vote:

I commend the developer on a masterful campaign to gain support on the Board of Supervisors. However, I am not convinced that the developer has gained the support of the community, especially the residents in my district who will be directly impacted. Although many of my constituents love the idea of a minor league baseball in Loudoun, - and by the way, I am one of those people - there are many more citizens who are concerned about the negative impacts of this proposal for this stadium at this location. Both the number of emails I received and the substance of the concerns were greater. Based on the feedback I have received from my community, I will vote no on this specific proposal. I look forward to a future proposal to bring baseball to Loudoun, one that I can support.

This stadium will be built at the intersection of our two major limited access highways that do not have tolls. Where two highways intersect, traffic merges, and cars by necessity slow down. It is the first place that traffic problems show up. Traffic projections for these corridors are for terrible levels of service in the coming years. We are not making a decision for the next five years. We are making a decision that will impact at least the next 50 years, and we must take these projections into account.

But let


New Traffic Pattern for Steeplechase Drive and Route 28

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Beginning Monday at 9:00 a.m., August 3rd, 2009, modifications to the intersection of Route 28 at Steeplechase Drive will be made as a scheduled element of the Nokes Boulevard Interchange Project. Modifications to this intersection will include:

  • Permanent closure of the median crossing of Route 28 at Steeplechase Drive;
  • Temporary traffic signal modifications to permit right-in/right-out access between Steeplechase Drive and northbound Route 28 only;
  • Temporary traffic signal modifications to permit right-in/right-out access between the Washington & Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail parking lot and southbound Route 28 only.

Expect lane closures and flagging operations in all directions during the switch. In the event of inclement weather, the switch will be rescheduled for Tuesday, August 4th, 2009.

More information on the project may be found on the Clark Construction Group web site at


Special Presentation at the Next HOA Meeting

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Please plan on attending the Dominion Station Homeowner's Association meeting on Tuesday, July 28th at 6:30pm at the DS Club House. First Lt. Brian Harpster with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office and Debbie Hawk, Aide to Andrea McGimsey, our Potomac District Supervisor, will be in attendance. They will address the recent crime within our community as well as field questions.

The meeting will also serve as a information gathering session for the Sheriff's Department as well as the Supervisor's office. This is a great and needed opportunity to voice concerns as well as provide feedback on what we see occurring within the community and surrounding area. The information they gather will be used to better serve and protect our community, attendance is a vital to make our concerns known and our community safer.

Keep in mind that this session will last approximately 30 minutes since it coincides with a regularly scheduled Board meeting.


Roads and Parking Lots to Close for Paving!

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The Board of Directors has contracted with Fairfax Excavation & Paving, Co. to make repairs to the concrete sidewalks, asphalt trails and asphalt surface of the roadways within Dominion Station. This work will require the roadways to be closed to traffic for approximately 34 hours. The following is the schedule for repairs:

  • July 27th

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