The Lakes, Docks and Boats Working Group held its final meeting last week and is expected to make its recommendations to the Reston Association Board of Directors on May 23.
The RA board approved the formation of the working group in March 2018 to provide recommendations regarding the association’s policies on Reston's lakes, docks and boats. The association maintains four lakes that can be used by members for boating.
Cornerstones will host a 2019 Hunter Mill District candidates' forum on affordable housing May 13 from 7-9 p.m. at the Heritage Fellowship Church, 2501 Fox Mill Road. Questions for the candidates will focus on affordable housing and economic development in Fairfax County, specifically in the Hunter Mill District. Questions for the candidates will be pre-selected from those submitted by the public prior to the event. To submit your question, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reston Association Member Services department will be open Saturdays from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. starting tomorrow and continuing through the end of June. The additional hours are primarily to accommodate anyone wishing to purchase pool & tennis passes. The passes can also be ordered online.
Interested in the impact of transportation on Reston? Would you like to have a say about the future of those impacts – from pedestrians and bikes to buses and trains, and all vehicles in between? Become a volunteer member of the Multimodal Transportation Advisory Committee (MTAC) to the Reston Association Board of Directors. Applications can be submitted online.