Sunday, January 15, 2023

Annual Meeting Announcement and Agenda

Subject:   WPCA Annual Meeting Agenda and Documents

WPCA Annual Meeting Agenda

Thursday, January 19, 2023, at 7:00 PM


The 2023 WPCA Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 19th, in the Lake Anne Reston Community Center at 7:00 PM and via ZOOM.


1.            Opening

2.            Introduce WPCA Board

3.            2022 Financial Report

4.            2023 Budget Review

                Sharing Costs with LARCA for Paving

                Wall Cap Repair

5.            Trash removal

6.            Recap of year and projects in 2022 and what’s new for 2023

7.            Yearly Committee Reports/Actions

                Capital Projects/Maintenance

                                Repair of landing between B & C blocks

                                Ongoing repair of lights in B & C blocks

                                Fixed light pole K block


                                Landscaping work and contract


                                Status of RA boat tag renewals

                Cluster Enhancement and Improvements

                                Vehicle chargers

                Special Events-Cluster cleanup & picnic

                Signing up for committees

8.            Comments, questions, committee membership

9.            Board Elections

                Nominations and introduction of candidates for two positions.

                Candidates (announced to date)

                                Van Foster

                                Paul Grundy

                                Mike Pritchard

                                Charlie Schoening

                                Other nominees from the floor

10. Adjourn


                Note: a meeting of the Board will be held immediately following the Annual Meeting.




Thursday, January 12, 2023


Agenda for WPCA Board of Directors Meeting

Thursday Jan 12th, 2023


The January Monthly WPCA Board Meeting will be held at 7pm in the Art Gallery and via ZOOM. 


1. Call to Order

2. Finance Update

3. Capital Projects/Maintenance Update

·         MOU on splitting costs with LARCA for shared maintenance of relevant parking lots/driveways update

·         List of items needing remediation

·         Wall caps update

·         Electrical work for lights in front of B Block update

·         Car Chargers for Cluster update

4. Landscaping Update

·         B Block tree trimming by dock Update

5. Miscellaneous

·         Annual Meeting Logistics

·         Board positions opening up

Zoom Information

Topic: January Board Meeting

Time: Jan 12, 2023 07:00 PM

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Meeting ID: 748 934 9824

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Thursday, May 28, 2020

American Disposal Services Bulk Item Pickup Notice

     Our trash contractor, ADS, has provided guidance on handling bulk items.  Basically, oversized bulky item and large household items like appliances or furniture are considered bulk/special waste. Most of these items can be compacted in the back of ADS’s standard collection trucks for quick and easy curbside removal. To ensure their team is prepared for your bulky/special pickup, it is necessary for you to schedule your removal with ADS's Customer Support Team.  The Customer Support Team may be contacted at 703.368.0500 or

     ADS's announcement is at ADS Bulk Service.

Monday, May 28, 2018

Contractor Recommendations

One of the challenges of owning a home is the responsibility for maintaining it, often by finding good contractors.  And one of the nice things about living in a cluster of similar homes is that we can often benefit from the wisdom and experience of our neighbors.  With that in mind, the cluster has decided to publish on our website lists of recommended contractors.  The list will generally reflect contractors used by cluster members. 

The first list is in the Documents section of the website under Homeowner Information and addresses roof repair contractors. 

We welcome input from cluster members on contractors for this or other areas.  You may email suggestions to or contact any Board member or officer.    

Monday, November 14, 2016

Yard Waste Collection Change - March 1, 2017

Yard Waste Collection Changes Coming in March, 2017

American Disposal Services, our trash collection contractor, has given us early notification of an upcoming change taking effect March 1, 2017 regarding the collection process for yard waste removal. Material placed in plastic bags will be rejected at the local yard waste composting facilities. ADC has been informed that plastic bags of any kind require additional processing and render the finished compost less attractive. Therefore ADC is modifying its current collection policy to avoid additional costs that would be necessary if we accept material in plastic bags.

ADC will accept yard Waste material in compostable paper yard waste bags or personal containers clearly marked “Yard Debris Material”. These paper yard waste bags can be found at local grocery stores, hardware stores, and through on-line retailers. Beginning March 1, 2017, ADC will no longer be accepting yard waste material in plastic bags.

We will remind you of this change as we get closer to the effective date but wanted to give you a heads up now.  For more information, please see ADC’s notice in the Documents tab, ADS's website at and Fairfax County’s website at

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

DRB Approved Paint Colors:

Door Colors:
Sherwin Williams Lake Anne Brown / Pumpernickel
(Benjamin Moore Color Gallery)
HC-65 Hodley Red
HC-135 Lafayette Green
HC-159 Philipsburg Blue
HC-50 Georgian Brick

For houses with storm doors the the storm door color must match either the door or house trim color

Fence Stains: (These are Behr stains)
or clear colorless non-tinted stains

Regarding Shared fences (Party fences), An individual can stain their side of the fence without the other side having to be stained

Note that residents can also still allow their fences to weather naturally.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Carpenter Bees!

Carpenter BeeSave your Fences! Spring is here and so are the Carpenter Bees. Van Foster has kindly recommended a solution that he has found to be effective for managing these pests, found at The kits sold on this website contain a Drione dust to insert into the bee holes to treat the nests and an insecticide for spraying the fence to prevent future holes from being created. Also, corks are included for plugging the old holes.

More information on Carpenter Bees can be found on Wikipedia here.