The Reston Association wants to transition several of its systems to not only reduce paper, but help community members stay safe and healthy during the CODID19 pandemic.
After the Reston Association originally decided to postpone its meeting until April 30, staff also made the call to host it electronically, according to a press release. RA members interested in attending can join the forum using a link that they will receive through an email, the press release added.
Additionally, the RA recently sent an email out to members requesting people to register for digital notice of the 2020 annual members meeting. The RA said it is required by law to remind people of the meeting in writing.
“By receiving the meeting notice via email, you will help us reduce expenses associated with printing costs and using first-class mail,” the press release said.
To opt-in for the digital reminder, the RA asks members to email their name, property address and email address to [email protected] before April 10.
For those curious about the results of the RA Board of Directors elections, community members will hear final counts at the upcoming annual members meeting.
Photo courtesy Reston Association
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