Reston Association is seeking to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of board member Glenn Small.
In a late November statement to the Board of Directors, Small wrote that he would not be able to continue with the position after examining his personal and professional commitments.
“This RA board service was always a ‘stretch assignment,’ both in terms of bandwidth and association board experience,” he wrote in the statement. “I had only the desire to see if I could be helpful and to bring an outsider perspective. I think I’ve learned a lot and could be helpful going forward, but in looking at my personal and professional commitments, I’m not able to continue as a board member.”
Small joined the board in April for a three-year term.
Recently, a shuffle for seats on the board has not been uncommon — particularly this year.
One day after new members took their seats in April, the board was faced with the vacancy of former at-large district director Tim Dowling. Caren Anton, the board’s former president, then submitted her own letter of resignation the same day Dowling’s seat was filled by the board.
Four other seats are also open for the next election, which takes place in March. Open seats include an at-large director for a three-year term, an at-large director for a two-year term, an at-large director for a one-year term, a Hunters Woods/Dogwood district director, and an apartment owner’s representative. The latter two positions are three-year seats.
Members can submit applications to fill Small’s seat by 5 p.m. on Dec. 30. The board will select a new at-large director to serve until the upcoming election in March.
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