Candidates interested in running for one of the five spots in the Reston Association’s 2019 Board of Directors election can attend an informational session tomorrow.
The session for prospective candidates will be at RA’s headquarters (12001 Sunrise Valley Drive) at 7 p.m. on Thursday (Jan. 3).
The open seats in 2019 are the following:
- At-Large for a three-year term
- Apartment Owners for a one-year term
- Hunters Woods/Dogwood for a one-year term
- North Point seat for a three-year term
- Lake Anne/Tall Oaks seat for a three-year term
The one-year terms are due to prior mid-term resignations and the appointment of interim replacements in 2018.
Candidates must be RA members, and residents seeking a district seat must live in that district.
The Reston Association Elections Committee wants interested members to fill out a candidacy statement form and return it by 5 p.m. on Jan. 25. The committee will then validate candidates by the end of the month.
The month-long election begins on March 4, with the election results unveiled at the Annual Members’ Meeting in April.
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