Neighborhood News

The Virginia Supreme Court declared the county’s Zoning Ordinance Modification Project (zMOD) void yesterday (Thursday) because the new code was adopted at a mostly virtual meeting — a ruling could have consequences for other actions taken during the first years of the pandemic, as noted by Inside NoVA, which first reported the decision.
The county is now operating under its previous zoning ordinance, which had been in place since 1978, according to the zoning administration division’s website.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Association, is a great time for reflecting on the past and looking toward the future! 
Part of looking toward the future includes the review the governing documents by which the Association must operate. Many things contained in these documents have and will continue to serve us well. Other items will need to be added, modified, or deleted to keep current, and in anticipation of future needs. 
The Governing Document Review Committee has gathered information and is working with the Association’s legal counsel to refine the documents. We expect to receive the recommended changes later this summer/early fall and will present the proposed changes to the Owners later this year. Changes to the Declaration and Bylaws will be voted on by the Owners. 
Please watch for future announcements regarding the document update. For more information regarding these changes, contact:
Karen A. Conroy, Vice President 
This project aims to relieve congestion and improve safety and operations at the intersection.
Major Milestones 
Begin Temporary Traffic Signal Operations - August 2021
Begin Right of Way Acquisition - Summer 2023
Begin Construction - Fall 2024   
Information regarding planned improvements at the intersection of Fox Mill Road (Route 665) and Pinecrest Road to relieve congestion and improve safety and traffic operations can be viewed online. The improvements include installing a permanent traffic signal, constructing left-turn lanes on northbound and southbound Fox Mill Road, adding four crosswalks and reconstructing sidewalks and curb ramps. The project also includes constructing an eight-foot-wide walkway and curb ramp at the southeast corner of the intersection.
Review project information on the webpage above or during business hours at VDOT’s Northern Virginia District Office.