Don't forget, the Kingstream Community Council annual meeting is set for April 17, 2014 at Herndon High School.The meeting starts at 7pm but we will open the doors at 6:30 to allow everyone enough time to register. If you are unable to attend, please be sure to fill out your PROXY and return to our Property Manager, any Board member, or a neighbor who will be attending the meeting. And while you're filling out forms, please take a moment to vote and return the AMENDMENT to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Both forms can be found on the 'Governing Documents' page.
The Fairfax County PD recently reached out to me about the Residential Parking Enforcement that exists for many streets in our community.
It appears that a number of residents use a home cleaning service that visits the home during school hours. Unfortunately, when they are on patrol, they cannot be certain that a given vehicle belongs to a cleaning service. As such, these vehicles are at risk of receiving a ticket with a $75 fine if they are parked on the street without displaying a proper parking permit.
The Board of Directors recently put forth a proposal to amend the KCC Declaration. This process requires a vote of at least 75% of the community. The proposal and voting form can be found on the Governing Documents and What's New sections of the website. Should you have any further questions about the proposal, we encourage you to attend the next Board meeting or email the Board directly. **UPDATE 10/30/13** This vote is ongoing until we are able to collect enough votes for the proposal to pass or not.
If you have new neighbors, please let Mark Jensen of our Welcoming Committee know.
Mark will get them a nice welcoming basket packed with information about the community & surrounding areas. You can email Mark by going to our KCC Board page and clicking his name.
This is a reminder that Fairfax County requires pet owners to pick up after their waste. Please be courteous to your neighbors lawns/property and pick up waste especially if along your walk, your dog uses the bathroom on someone else's yard.
Per the Fairfax County website:
- Pet owners who violate the County’s pooper scooper law may incur a fine up to $250.
Have you noticed a street sign missing or broken within our community? You can report these types of issues directly to VDOT and they will come out and make the necessary repairs. Call 703-383-8368 or go to their website www.virginiadot.org/about/nova_quick.asp
During school hours, vehicles parked on the street could be ticketed if they are not registered. Please register your vehicle(s) if you plan to park on the street. You can do so by visiting this website: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/fcdot/rppd.htm