Reston Citizens Association Seeks Board Candidates

RCA logoElections for new members to the Reston Citizens Association Board (RCA) of Directors will be held May 20 to June 20.

RCA is seeking candidates to run for three-year terms on the board. The deadline to file  is May 13. There are four director seats up in 2016: Hunters Woods District Director;Town Center/Lake Anne/Tall Oaks District Director; South Lakes District Director; and North Point District Director.

The Reston Citizens Association (RCA) is a non-profit serving the 60,000 citizens who live in Reston.

“Rapid development and how it could affect Reston’s infrastructure, open spaces, and quality life have been at the forefront for Reston and RCA in 2015-16. The future of Tall Oaks Village Center, St. John’s Woods, Reston Regional Library and Reston Town Center North redevelopment are just a few of the development planning activities that RCA has actively participated in and helped the community stay abreast of the updates and potential impacts to the Reston community,” RCA President Sridhar Ganesan said in a statement.

To run for a director seat, you must live in Small Tax District 5, be a Reston resident, be 18 years or older, and vote in designated precincts/polling places within Reston districts. Find an application on RCA’s website.

Send your completed application to [email protected] by May 13.

In other RCA news, RCA held its Citizen of the Year Award ceremony on Sunday, honoring Rescue Reston for its work to protect open space in 2015.

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