9 - The Board of Directors is composed of 9 volunteers who are elected to serve a 3-year term. Every year, the term for 3 board members ends in February, and the positions are filled by newly elected candidates.
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Bi-monthly - The Board of Directors meets bi-monthly: January, March, May, July, September and November. Meetings begin at 7:00pm, convene into executive session (board members only) and open to the public at 8:00pm. Meetings are held at the Tall Oaks Community Center, 12298 Cotton Mill Drive.
No - You do not need to be a Lake Ridge Association member to serve on the Board of Directors. If you are a Lake Ridge Association member, you must be a member in good standing, which means that you must be current in your assessments and do not have any covenants violations on your property. A Call for Candidates is announced to the community in October with an application deadline in late October/early November.
Chair Discretion - With the exception of the Finance Committee, which meets on a bi-monthly basis, committees meet at the discretion of the committee chairs.
Yes - Open forums are held at the beginning and end of all meetings so that Homeowners and those in the audience can address board members with any questions and/or concerns. We ask that homeowners keep their questions/concerns to a three minute limit.
Imagery Print & Promotions - Advertising queries should be directed to Imagery Print & Promotions at 703-723-3400 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.imageryprintandpromotions.com.
Yes - Lake Ridge Today welcomes article submissions as well as photos. Please email these to Doug Milburn at email@example.com.
Yes - Lake Ridge Association follows Prince William County Government’s policy for office closures.