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2010

Christmas Tree Pick-up

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Christmas Trees will be picked up the first 2 Fridays in January, the 7th and the 14th. Leave the trees curbside for collection. No tinsel or decorations should be left on the trees, and they should not be in plastic bags.

 

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Newsletter

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In an effort to keep citizens better informed about crime, the Sheriff's Office has implemented a monthly Neighborhood Watch Newsletter. This newsletter includes safety and security tips relevant for the month and the time of year. It also includes information on recent crimes and crime trends in the county. The newsletter will also detail educational crime prevention training events that are open to the public. A copy of the most recent issue of the newsletter is online at the Office of the Sheriff Adult Crime Prevention Unit web site

View the December 2010, issue (612 KB PDF).

Read more about the Neighborhood Watch Program.

 

New Website

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As you can see, Dominion Station has a new website!

Please take advantage of the many new features, such as the search bar at the top-right, or the calendar of events.

Send any questions, comments, or concerns to your humble webmaster, Jason Hall.

 

Dominion Station Homeowners Association Annual Meeting

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In accordance with the By-laws, please be advised that the Annual Meeting of the Dominion Station Homeowners Association will be held on Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. (sign-in begins at 6:45 p.m.) at the Dominion Station Clubhouse.

The following information was mailed to all homeowners, please read for more information about the annual meeting, and other community related events.

 

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Newsletter

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In an effort to keep citizens better informed about crime, the Sheriff's Office has implemented a monthly Neighborhood Watch Newsletter. This newsletter includes safety and security tips relevant for the month and the time of year. It also includes information on recent crimes and crime trends in the county. The newsletter will also detail educational crime prevention training events that are open to the public. A copy of the most recent issue of the newsletter is online at the Office of the Sheriff Adult Crime Prevention Unit web site

View the November 1, 2010, issue (476 KB PDF).

Read more about the Neighborhood Watch Program.

 
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