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Neighborhood Watch Program Report

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On November 7th, nine residents from Dominion Station met for the third Neighborhood Watch Program (NWP) meeting, which was hosted by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Deputy Specialist Jason Leydig described recent crime statistics within our community, efforts to decrease speeding along Magnolia Road, community policing, the Sheriff's Auxiliary, and holiday safety tips.

The main objectives of the NWP is to reduce the incidence of crime by increasing citizens' awareness of burglary and other neighborhood crime through a continuing information program; making recommendations to assist citizens in making their property more secure; developing a neighborhood action program where neighbors help watch each others property and report suspicious persons and activities to the Sheriff's Office; and encouraging all citizens to cooperate with law enforcement agencies in reporting crimes.

If you would like to join the NWP and/or receive more information, please contact the NWP Co-Chairs Lisa Eyler at (703) 501-2043 or Melissa Fishman at (703) 298-4482. If you witness suspicious criminal activity, please report it to the Sheriff's Department

 

Call for Candidates!

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In accordance with the governing documents for Dominion Station HOA, the Annual Meeting of the membership is scheduled for Tuesday, November 27, 2007. The purpose of the meeting will be to elect three (3) directors to the Board of Directors.

If you are interested in running for the Board of Directors, please download and fill out the Candidate Statement form and return to Service First Management at 12084 Cadet Court, Manassas, Virginia 20109. Your name will appear on the ballot and your candidate

 

Annual Meeting for the Dominion Station Homeowners Association

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In accordance with the By-laws, please be advised that the Annual Meeting for the Dominion Station Homeowners Association will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. (sign-in begins at 6:45 p.m.) at the Dominion Station Clubhouse, 21910 Elkins Terrace, Sterling, Virginia 20166.

The purpose for the Annual Meeting will be to elect three (3) members to the Board of Directors. If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors, we ask that you please complete and return to Service First Management the Candidate Statement. Any homeowner who sends in their Candidate Statement prior to the Annual Meeting will be included on the ballot for the meeting. Nominations will also be solicited the night of the meeting.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, please mail the proxy form to the Management Office, or give to a neighbor who is attending. It is vital we have a quorum of owners in order to conduct Association business. Therefore, your presence at the meeting, either in person or by proxy, is extremely important. Please use your proxy so the meeting may be held in proper order.

Should you have any questions concerning the Annual Meeting, please do not hesitate to contact Kathy A. Simonovich, Community Manager, at (703) 392-6006, extension 202, or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Download the 2007 Annual Meeting Letter and Proxy Statement (34KB Word Doc)

 

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.
 


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