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Parking Guidelines

  • On September 23, 2021
Introduction It is the policy of the Landmark Mews Community Association (“”) to provide adequate visitor parking between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. daily, comply with the Fairfax County code regarding fire lanes as it applies to the interior private roads of the Community, maintain and protect the common areas as required […]
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Call For Candidates

  • On August 23, 2021
Nominations Open!!  Call for Candidates Our bylaws call for annual elections of Board of Directors for the Landmark Mews community Association (“LMCA”) during the Annual Meeting. Election results will be announced on the night of the Annual meeting scheduled for October 21, 2021 @ 7:00 pm (via Virtual/Zoom meeting). All voting will take place via virtual […]
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Lighting, Election, Call For Candidates

  • On August 19, 2021
Community Lights The Board continues to assess and repair the current lighting problems associated with both the streetlamps and the landscaping lighting in and around the community. Early preliminary assessment detected bad wiring, which is causing most of the electrical outages for the landscaping lighting and, vulnerable fixtures, that are subjected to damages caused by […]
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Lighting, Parking, Covenants

  • On August 7, 2021
Community Lights The Board is aware of various lights outages throughout the community consisting of streetlamps, wall units, and the landscaping lights, which all have been marked and identified with a red ribbon. On Wednesday, the system was evaluated by a licensed electrician and no immediate electrical problems were identified.  It appears, most of the […]
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Tree Care At LMCA

  • On August 4, 2021
The Board recently requested that the Brightview Arborist walk the grounds and make recommendations on suggested tree trimming care to Homeowners. The below recommendations were provided by Brightview Landscaping Services, (Landmark Mews’ landscaping contractor and the same contractor Overlook utilizes for tree services). If Homeowners are interested in having these services performed, please contact the […]
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Annual Board Elections

  • On July 18, 2021
Annual Meeting (October 21, 2021) A notice for the Annual Meeting is required at least 30 days prior to the Annual Meeting (Article V).  I thought it may be worthwhile to begin giving notice on a repeated basis, to ensure other activities begin taking shape, such as forming the Election Committee and requesting Board of […]
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July Is UV Awareness Month

  • On July 14, 2021
Skin Cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun are the leading cause of skin cancer. July is UV Awareness Month. During the month of July make sure to take action to prevent skin cancer and reduce the risk of UV damage. Too much sunlight […]
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Landscaping Concerns

  • On July 10, 2021
Due to the continuous rain and wet conditions, the landscaping contractor, (Brightview) was not able to provide the required landscaping services this week.  Weather permitting, the contractor will be on site early next week to perform all necessary services. Follow-up: Landscaping Concerns: The Board is currently reviewing the overall landscaping contract, community requirements for service […]
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Are Fireworks Legal in Alexandria, Virginia?

  • On July 4, 2021
https://www.fxva.com/event/4th-of-july-fireworks-on-the-national-mall/22071/ Are fireworks legal in Alexandria Virginia? It is unlawful for any person to store, offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail, use or explode any fireworks (including sparklers) within the city limits. Offenses are Class One misdemeanors in the City of Alexandria and are punishable by a $2,500 fine and/or up to 12 months in prison. Fireworks: […]
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Alexandria Fire Department Reminder that Fireworks are Dangerous and Illegal

  • On July 3, 2021
The Alexandria Fire Department reminds those who visit, live and work in Alexandria that it is illegal to possess, sell, store or use any fireworks within the city limits. This includes sparklers and novelty items, even if they can be legally purchased in neighboring jurisdictions. According to the National Fire Protection Association, U.S. hospital emergency rooms […]
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