Reston Association has announced a full slate of candidates for the upcoming Board of Directors’ election.
Voting begins at 5 p.m. on March 1, with many available seats contested this year. A 10% quorum is required for uncontested races.
Five seats are open for the month-long election: three at-large director seats, Hunters Woods/Dogwood District director, and apartment owners’ representative.
The apartment owners’ representative seat is elected by apartment owners, so that is not a seat that the general membership votes for, according to RA spokesperson Mike Leone.
The following is a breakdown for the race:
At-Large Director (3-year term):
Robert (Jeff) Spurrier
At-Large Director (2-year term):
At-Large Director (1-year term):
Hunters Woods/Dogwood District Director (3-year term):
Apartment Owner’s Representative (3-year term):
Members can also submit mailed ballots. The nine-member board oversees the association’s goals and policy matters, along with the passage of RA’s biennial budget.
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