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2016

Annual Street Sweeping

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Annual Street Sweeping

This year Genesis Landscaping will be sweeping Town-home streets on Monday 25 April. We ask that residence do their best to move vehicles off community roads and onto Magnolia or Blossom so the contractor can do the best job possible.

 

Shared Facilities Annual Meeting

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The Shared Facilities Committee will host their first annual meeting, on Tuesday March 29th, at 7pm at the DSHOA Clubhouse.

Please see the Facebook event for more information.

 

Recent Thefts in the Area

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Just a warning, there have been a couple reported break-ins of residents cars, where some valuables were stolen, and some items were damaged.

Just a reminder to be vigilant, and to lock your cars, and keep any valuables out of sight, or in the house.

 

Board of Directors Meeting Postponed

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Due to the weather, the January board of directors meeting, which was going to be held on January 26th, has been postponed until the following week, February 2nd, at 6:30pm at the community center.

 

Snow Plowing Update

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Our plowing company (Fairfax Paving and Concrete) has brought in additional equipment to help widen the lanes.

Remember, to please move your cars out of the way, so that the plows can do their job.

For those curious, you can track the Loudoun County plows at VDOT's website.

Updated 1/26 4:00pm: FPC is currently working to improve Box Car and Iron Horse.  Grand Central, Reading, Golden Spike and Trestle will be next on the list to get additional improvements and widening.  The large issue is where to put the snow.  Unused visitor spaces and dead-ends have been identified to store the snow for now.  When possible, the visitor spaces will be cleared as well.

FPC has been doing an amazing job, and we greatly appreciate all of their efforts to keep our community accessible and safe.  Loudoun county plow services are also working extremely hard to improve the main roads, as well as provide access to each community.

 


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