GCA News & Notes
30 June, 2018

Dear GCA member,

Here is your latest newsletter from the GCA. As always, we welcome your feedback.

GCA Board of Directors
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Parade
July 4th Parade
All residents invited to participate!
10:30AM  Parade line-up at Bremerton Cottages sign
11:00AM  Parade begins along Piper Way & ice cream in Clubhouse circle at conclusion of parade
With the 4 th  of July Holiday next week, we wanted to send this friendly reminder regarding what to expect for your trash and recycling services.
 
There will be no service delays for those communities collected out of our Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, and West Point (Williamsburg) Divisions. Please make sure to place your materials curbside on your regular scheduled collection day.
 
Wishing everyone a safe and wonderful 4 th  of July!!
 
Respectfully,
Your County Waste Team
Two Rivanna Village Construction Projects
Rivanna Village Outline
There are two construction projects underway in the Rivanna Village complex off of Glenmore Way.  

1. The Rivanna Village project (infrastructure, future buildings, landscaping , etc.) by the developer.  

2. A treated water (drinking and fire protection water) project by the Albemarle County Service Authority (ACSA) that provides water to both Glenmore and the new development. 

This second project is of importance to Glenmore residents. Glenmore is served by a single underground treated water pipeline from Pantops out to the Glenmore community. If there were to be an interruption anywhere along this pipeline, water service to Glenmore would be interrupted until this pipeline could be restored to service.
This ACSA project, located in Rivanna Village, provides treated water storage capacity, to minimize or eliminate possible interruption to Glenmore water service. The scope of this ACSA project includes a new water line, a new pump station, and a 600,000 gallon ground level water storage tank, located near the front of the East Rivanna Fire Department building.

The approximate cost of this ACSA project is $1.7 million, and is scheduled for completion by December 31, 2018.