Snow Plowing Information
As a reminder, your individual Landbay streets are private property, and your Landbay Board of Directors contracts with a snow plowing company to take care of them. The main roads through our community are the responsibility of VDOT (Coppermine Road, McNair Farms Drive, Frying Pan Road, and Thomas Jefferson Drive). If there is an unreasonable delay in plowing these roads, call the hotline: (703) 383-VDOT. The McNair Farms Community Association (MFCA) takes care of the sidewalks and parking lot around the Community Center only. MFCA is not responsible for the maintenance on the streets. Also, please be courteous on your own streets when snow, sleet and ice falls and covers the sidewalks. Keep the area clear and safe!
Winter Weather Information in Fairfax County:
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Fairfax County Police Department will update its Twitter feed @fairfaxpolice with road and weather information.
Fairfax County School information can be found on Twitter @fcpsnews or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fcpsva.
MFCA Board Meeting on February 17 th:
McNair Farms Community Association's (Master) Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, February 17 at 7 p.m. in the Clubhouse building for their regular three-monthly board meeting. Homeowners are welcome to attend this meeting. An Open Forum is held at the beginning of the meeting. If you have any questions, please contact the Community Manager at 703-713-6111 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEMI-ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS 2016
The McNair Farms Master Association Board of Directors approved the 2016 budget at a September meeting. We are happy to report that there will be no increase to your assessment in 2016. The board was able to negotiate no increase in some contracts for next year and reduce the costs associated with the pool thus allowing your assessments to remain the same in 2016.
The 2015 semi-annual assessments are due January 1, 2016 and July 1, 2015. Your January 1, 2016 invoice is included with the mailing of this newsletter. If you haven’t received the invoice with this newsletter, please call the office.
To avoid late fees, please consider signing up for automatic debit with Capitol Property Management at 703-707-6404 and complete and submit an Automatic Debit form along with a “void” check from your bank account.
McNair Farms has launched a new pool registration form online. Resident's are now able to complete this without scheduling an appointment at the office.
1. Complete online registration form
2. Fax proof of address to the office at 703-713-6164. Copy of drivers license or lease agreement preferred.
3. Once completed/verified, the office will leave your passes at the pool for pick-up from the lifeguards during pool hours.
Please be advised this is for resident's only. Outside Members are asked to schedule an appointment at 703-713-6111
The approved 2016 budget was sent in the mail with invoices mid-December.
Newly Adopted Resolutions:
The Association has adopted two new resolutions as mandated by the state of Virginia. If you wish to receive this by mail at no cost, please contact the office at 703-713-6111 or request via email at email@example.com Please add these documents to your records. Additionally, we would like to provide you with this brief on what these resolutions entail.
Resolution Regarding Examination & Copying of Records (No. 2012-01)- Pursuant to House Bill 1741 from the 2011 General Assembly Legislative Session, Virginia homeowner associations will now be required to adopt a policy outlining the costs for charges to be incurred by a Member that request to review and copy the Association’s books and records. In the future, the Board may amend this cost schedule without amending the entire resolution.
Resolution Regarding Complaint Process Procedures (No. 2012-02) -The Common Interest Community Board’s Ombudsman Regulations have been approved by the Governor and became effective July 1, 2012. One of the requirements under the newly adopted regulations is that all Common Interest Communities (i.e., condominium associations, as well as property owners associations, and real estate cooperatives) adopt a written complaint process by which members and residents of the association can challenge “adverse decisions” made against them by the Association.
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