Reston Association members may have noticed the organization’s website has reverted to a simpler platform.
The old website was taken down and replaced with a temporary platform, which offers members essential information, including board and advisory committee materials, parks and recreation information, and property owner sources.
Mike Leone, RA’s spokesman said, said the website was running on an “old website platform that is extremely outdated and unsupported.”
RA’s IT director asked that the website be taken down in order to facilitate the transition. Leone expects to have some content on the site back today (Friday).
More updates will be gradually implemented over the course of the coming week, he said.
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