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Posted on: November 11, 2022

The Amended and Restated Declaration has Passed

On behalf of the Board of Trustees for the Virginia Run Community Association, I am excited to announce that we have reached our goal to ratify the Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for Virginia Run Community Association. The final tally will be available in the President’s Report but as of today at noon, the count was 972 in the affirmative and 79 against. Balloting will remain open until 11:59 today 11 November 2022. The gift card drawing for households that voted will be held at the next Board Meeting, December 8, 2022. 

This was a monumental undertaking for the Community Association over the past two years and with the assistance of Board members, members of other Boards and Committees, other engaged homeowners, and especially our Association management staff from Sequoia Management, we achieved our goal by our due date. 

A heartfelt thanks goes out to everyone who voted for the Declaration. As a member of our Association, you have achieved a significant advancement in the Association’s ability to safeguard the Community, protect the investments in our homes, and provide for the future well-being of all residents. We could not have done it without your dedication and willingness to vote on the amended and restated document.

Next steps are to have the Board President and Secretary sign and ratify the final version of the Declaration and send it to our attorneys. They will perform a final review of the proceedings, and register the documents with Fairfax County, which will be the final step in the two-year process. Future homeowners will receive the Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for Virginia Run Community Association upon closure of their home purchase.  Current residents can reference the document on the Virginia Run website (virginiarun.com).

It’s been a long six years in getting to this point. We started in 2016 with the initial revisions of the document, having it reviewed and revised several times based on our attorney’s notes as well as comments received from the Community at our town hall meetings. Over the last two years, we have made a herculean push to gain the Community’s approval, which needed 67 percent of the Association to vote in the affirmative. We achieved that with everyone’s help and for that I and the rest of your Board of Trustees and all our Boards and Committees thank you. 

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