What Happened at the Annual Meeting

Braddock corner hoa annual meeting spc 2013 from bc20105

The Braddock Corner Annual Meeting was held on May 15th at the Gum Spring Library. Glad to see new faces at the meeting and a special thanks to all who completed proxies. Those completed proxies helped us meet quorum. Whew!

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO), Crime Prevention Specialist, Nathaniel Payne and Dulles South Station Assistant Commander, Russell Wall both spoke. Thank you to our Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Joe Mertan for organizing their attendance.

A presentation was given by our Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) on the
plan they presented to the Board of Directors.

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The Annual Meeting concluded with the election of board members by acclamation. Please join me in welcoming our newest Board member, Stefani Richardson and returning Board member Jesse Stapleton.

Here is our new lineup:
President Angela Etter
Vice President Joe Jester
Treasurer Stefani Richardson
Secretary Joe Hannett
Member at Large Jesse Stapleton

If you see any of our volunteers out and about, please take the time to thank them- they do an awesome job!

The Braddock Corner Annual Yard Sale & Purple Heart Foundation Pick Up

community-yard-sales

The Braddock Corner Annual Yard Sale: Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 8am – 2pm.
We encourage you to set up your items in the Culdesac area by the Gazebo and make a fun time of it.  For all those unsold items, the

Purple Heart Foundation, http://www.veteranpickup.org/about_us/
will come by the Gazebo area at 2pm for donations.
Hoping your day is profitable!

DMV 2 GO- Dulles South Public Safety Center

DMV 2 GO will be at the Dulles South Public Safety Center, Chantilly, VA on Wednesday, May 15 from 9am – 4pm

The DMV 2 Go mobile is a customer service center. The mobile customer service center allows residents to
  • apply for or renew your ID card (available for adults and children),
  • apply for or renew your driver’s license,
  • update your DMV information,
  • obtain vehicle titles,
  • license plates,
  • decals, and transcripts,
  • order disabled parking placards or plates and
  • other services.

DMV 2 Go is a fleet of five mobile customer service centers ready to bring DMV services to Virginians at convenient locations. For more information on this program and the services provided, please visit http://www.dmvNOW.com.

Braddock Corner Annual Meeting

BRADDOCK CORNER  HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

 2013 ANNUAL MEETING

Wednesday
May 15, 2013
6:30 pm

Gum Spring Library
Aldie, Virginia

 

REGISTRATION (6:30 – 6:45)

COMMENTS FROM LOUDOUN COUNTY SHERIFF – Deputy Nathaniel Payne

 I. CALL TO ORDER

 II. PROOF OF NOTICE

 III. CONFIRMATION OF QUORUM

 IV. APPROVAL OF 2012 ANNUAL MEETING MINUTES

 V. PRESIDENT’S REPORT

 VI. TREASURER’S REPORT

 VII. COMMITTEE REPORTS

           A. Strategic Planning

           B. Social

           C.  Architectural Review / Covenants

           D. Finance

           E. Web Site

 VIII. NOMINATIONS

 IX. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS

 X. QUESTIONS / ANSWERS FROM MEMBERS

 XI. ADJOURNMENT

Loudoun County Prepares for Watershed Implementation Plan

The Inlet

Potomac River near Balls Bluff, Loudoun CountyI know that I’ve cited this previously, and might even start sounding like a broken record, but it cannot be stated enough how important stakeholder input and feedback is to the successful  implementation of any plan – especially true in the new world of managing stormwater, TMDLs, and Watershed Implementation Plans – early involvement of the community is essential. Many communities across the Commonwealth will be holding these meetings over the next year. Loudoun County’s first community open houses will be this Thursday. Additional meetings help over the next week.

  • Thursday, May 9, 6-7:30 p.m., Ashburn Library, 43316 Hay Road
  • Tuesday, May 14, 6-7:30 p.m., Cascades Library, 21030 Whitfield Place
  • Thursday, May 16, 6-7:30 p.m. Purcellville Town Hall, 221 South Nursery Ave

To learn more about how you can keep informed and have your voice heard, read about the community meetings on Leesburg Today
http://www.leesburgtoday.com/news/community-input-sought-on-county-water-plan/article_e5db1a8a-b320-11e2-94c0-001a4bcf887a.html

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How will an Internet sales tax impact Va. roads?

WTVR.com

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RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) – Proposed legislation working its way through Congress would allow states to collect sales tax on purchases made over the internet.

Specific language in the Commonwealth’s new transportation funding bill would allocate some of the revenue from internet sales tax to statewide transportation funding.  Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell is expected to sign the transportation legislation into law Monday afternoon.

If Congress passes the internet sales tax initiative, the Governor’s Office predicted $252.6 million in revenue from online sales tax in fiscal year 2014.  About 57 percent of that money would go directly to statewide transportation.

The rest of the money would be broken down between education, local initiatives and local transportation projects.

The online sales tax initiative passed the U.S. Senate last week, but is expected to face opposition in the House of Representatives.  President Barrack Obama has expressed his support of the measure.

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