Board of Director’s Meeting Minutes

March 18, 2019

The meeting was convened at 7:33 p.m. at the George Mason Regional Library. Those in attendance were Juanita Balenger, Sharon Kash, Linda Velazquez, and Richard Fox

The minutes from the last meeting were approved. Juanita chaired the meeting in Richard’s absence.

Treasurer’s Report: $86,625.00

New Business

Snow removal costs were $1,600.

Juanita attended the Mason District Council meeting. One topic discussed was rezoning for the wireless telecom companies for their infrastructure. They want to build large towers. They didn’t say where they will be located in the county. They will still need FCC approval before the zoning can be approved.

Also discussed at the Council meeting was the farmer’s market. Fairfax County wants to control the structure of the markets. Now you will be required to purchase a special temporary use permit in order to sell anything at the farmers market.

Also discussed at the council meeting was the community gardens. These are not defined in the ordinance. Right now, gardens are only allowed to be grown in back yards. There was a discussion about allowing gardens to be grown in front yards.

The Board looked over the budget and expenses for the first half of the year.

The Board discussed future repairs to the sidewalks.

There will need to be some trees removed and the fence will need to be fixed due to the windstorm we had recently.

Richard Fox brought up the issue of the trash again. It seems that people are still not properly bagging the trash and are putting it out too early. It was agreed that Linda would write a letter to the neighborhood updating them about the rats and the trash situation.

There was a discussion to begin ticketing out of state vehicles that park in the neighborhood for over 30 days.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.