Tonight: Reston Association Annual Meeting

Reston AssociationAll Reston Association members are invited to RA’s annual meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. at RA headquarters, 12001 Sunrise Valley Dr.

The annual meeting gives an overview of RA’s year, including events, projects, revenue and spending. RA also honors employees and citizens with special annual awards, and refreshments will be served.

At the end of the meeting, the winners of the 2015 RA Board of Directors are announced. Three candidates (incumbent Richard Chew, Julie Bitzer and former RA vice president Andy Sigle) ran for the South Lakes seat and two (Charles Dorfeuille and incumbent Dannielle LaRosa) for the North Point spot. Two at-large candidates, Ray Wedell and incumbent Michael Sanio, ran unopposed for two at-large spots.

The new board of directors will meet on April 15, where it will elect officers. It will also discuss action on the Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals’ decision on Reston National Golf Course, which will be announced Wednesday morning.

The BZA held a hearing in January on the golf course’s owner, RN Golf Management, appeal to bypass a zoning change and consider the 166 acres residential. The county says the land is recreational/open space.

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