WCA Owner/Tenant Contact Update Form

(click here)

Maintaining current contact information helps the board and its committees reach owners and tenants with important board announcements as well as during emergency events such as a water/gas main break or to report storm damage to vehicles or other property.  Each owner and paying tenant should complete a separate form.  Non-resident owners should enter their address at the end of the form.  Note: You do NOT need to have a Google account in order to update and submit the form.

July 27, 2018

WCA Covenants Committee Meets on Tuesday July 31, 2018, 6:30pm

The next meeting of the WCA Covenants Committee will take place on Tuesday July 31, 2018, 6:30pm at the Waterview Cluster Marina.  Topics will include ground level decks, materials and colors.  In the event of inclement weather, the meeting place will be the Lake Anne Coffee House.
Questions or comments: covenants@waterviewcluster.org.

July 20, 2018

Letter From the WCA President to Members Regarding the Recent Reston Association Property Inspections

Waterview Cluster Association
P.O. Box 2093
Reston, VA 20190
July 18, 2018

Dear Neighbors,

In June 2018, Reston Association conducted a cluster wide inspection. Of the ninety properties in the cluster, only eight were clear of any use/maintenance or design violations. Individual property violations from Reston Association have not been shared with the Board. The only information provided to the Board are basic categories and the number of violations in each category. Many of you have raised concerns regarding the notices you have received, hopefully the following will help address some of these concerns.

How are violations resolved? Per RA, preferable with an informal approach, without a RA Covenants Committee hearing, with Waterview Cluster helping the property owner to identify a solution. RA staff will begin a series of communications (usually a letter) with the property owner to inform the owner about the violation(s), open a dialogue about potential remedies and follow through until the matter is resolved. For use/maintenance violations, property owners may submit photographs of completed work to Tricia Filbert at RA. For design violations, submit a DRB application to Tiffany Lockhart of Waterview Cluster Board for signature prior to submission to Tricia Filbert at RA. Both will be happy to assist in the application process.

On September 28, 2018, RA will perform another inspection for all non-remediated violations. RA will determine if additional time should be granted for those properties with work in progress or refer those properties to the RA Covenants Committee meeting.

If no informal resolution is accomplished, a formal RA Covenants Committee hearing will be held on November 28, 2018, which allows the property owner to state their case before a decision is made.

Which take precedence, RA Cluster Property Guidelines or Waterview Cluster Design Standards? The Waterview Cluster Design Standards takes precedence. In a case where Waterview Cluster does not have a design standard, such as security lighting, the RA Cluster Property Guidelines would govern.

What should I do if I think a violation is in error (i.e. a violation notice to paint your chimney, when you do not have a chimney)? Contact Tricia Filbert at RA to let her know there has been error.

What fees are associated with the RA inspection and DRB application? RA does not charge fees for either inspections or DRB applications.
What are the next steps? The Waterview Cluster Board, with the assistance of the Cluster Covenant Committee, are reviewing the categories of design violations to determine what possible updates should be considered to the design standard.

Where can I find the Waterview Cluster design standard? The Waterview Cluster Design Standards can be found online at: http://reston.org/propoertyOwnerResouorces/RestonNeighborhoods/RestonHeighborhoods Overview/tabid/154/Default.aspx

Who do we contact with questions? For use/maintenance concerns, contact Tricia Filbert at RA (tfilbert@reston.org) for further clarification. For design standard concerns, contact Tricia Filbert at RA (tfilbert@reston.org) or Tiffany Lockhart of Waterview Cluster Board (vicepresident@waterviewcluster.org).
We encourage you to communicate with the Waterview Cluster Board as well as Reston Association and remain engaged in the process to ensure our neighborhood is attractive and well kept.


John Melnick
WCA Board President

July 9, 2018

WCA Board of Directors - Regular Meeting, July 9, 2018, 7 p.m., Waterview Cluster Marina

Waterview Cluster Association
Board of Directors

July 9, 2018, 7 p.m.

MEETING LOCATION: Waterview Cluster Marina
If inclement weather: Lake Anne Coffee House, 1612 Washington Plaza N, Reston, VA 20190

      1.  Call to Order

      2.  Open Forum.  During open forum, each member may address the board for up to five minutes. A director may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed. Speakers must observe rules of decorum and not engage in other disruptive behavior. The time guidelines ensure that others will have an opportunity to speak. Speakers may not allot their time to others.

      3.  Approval of Minutes

      4.  Reports
4.1. Treasurer's Report
4.2. Other Officer Reports
4.3. Committee Reports
4.3.1.             Capital Assets
4.3.2.             Covenants
4.3.3.             Landscape
4.4. Miscellaneous Services Activity Reports
4.4.1.             Update on social committee.

      5.  Unfinished Business
5.1. Review Marina usage policies and procedures
5.2. Discuss the creation of an "operations" or "services" committee to manage, monitor, and communicate ongoing activities such as trash & recycling, RELAC, Marina reservations, boat registration, public safety, work days.

      6.  New Business
6.1. Address Cluster Rules Infractions
6.1.1.             Parked vehicles with expired registration or inspection.
6.2. Marina and common ground summer security.
6.3. Discuss the impact on the cluster of newly enacted legislation that is effective July 1, 2018.  In particular, there are now greater inducements for POAs to register and file annually with the Virginia Common Interest Community Board (CICB).
6.4. Installation of an historic marker.
6.5. Community book share station possibilities.

July 8, 2018

WCA Trash and Recycling Update - June 2018

Republic Services has updated its list of Acceptable and Unacceptable items:

Acceptable Solid Waste Materials

Landfill Transfer

  • Barrels
  • Tanks
Bulk Waste
  • Household Furniture
  • Paperboard
  • Cardboard
  • Magazines
  • Household Plastics #1-7
  • Mail
  • Paper
  • Aerosol Spray Cans
  • Phonebooks
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Tin cans (food)
  • Glass Bottles
  • Freezer
  • Vacuum Cleaners
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Barbecue Grill
  • Dryer
  • Box Fans
  • Washer
  • Dehumidifier
  • Water Heaters
  • Stove
  • Air Conditioner
  • Ceiling Fans
Yard Waste
  • Leaves
  • Branches
  • Grass Clippings
  • Christmas Tree

Unacceptable Solid Waste Materials

Landfill Transfer
  • Flammable Waste
  • PCB Materials
  • Fluorescent light tubes (large quantities)
  • Refinery Brick Materials
  • Corrosive Waste
  • Batteries
  • Abrasives
  • Off Spec raw Materials
  • Animal Waste
  • Cars, Trucks, Motor Homes, Buses (No Vehicles)
Bulk Waste
  • Trampolines
  • Picnic Tables
  • Book Case
  • Couch
  • Pools
  • Sofa
  • Dresser
  • Toys
  • Ping Pong Tables
  • Kitchen Table
  • Swing Sets
  • Entertainment Center
  • Desk
  • Basketball Hoops
  • Wax Coated Cardboard
  • Steel Cans
  • Plastic Bags
  • Styrofoam Containers
  • Creal Boxes
  • Tissue Paper
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Propane Tanks
  • Humidifier
Yard Waste
  • Flower Pots
  • Vegetables
  • Stumps
  • Dirt
  • Agricultural Waste
  • Tree Trunks
  • Shrubbery
  • Garden Debris