Reston Association’s covenants department is working on ways to streamline the way it handles daily activities and spend more time on neighborhood inspections.
At a meeting on Thursday, June 13, RA’s Design Review Board and Board of Directors will meet to discuss possible changes to its current operations.
As we head into the work session, we want to hear about your experiences with RA’s home resale and covenants process. We are accepting responses via email at [email protected].
Also, readers are welcome to share how their experiences with the covenants process has been in the poll below.
Photo via Jill Silton
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