New Board Advisory Committee Members
11/12/13 Leeland Station Community Association held its Annual Meeting at the Clubhouse. The Board installed three new Board Advisory Committee members and re-installed one incumbent. Your new BAC members are Amy Llyn Kelly, Brian Duy and David Pitts. The incumbent position was current BAC member and your communications liaison, Phil Herbert. We welcome the new […]
2013 Annual “Great Pumpkin Chase”
The Great Pumpkin Chase is creeping up fast. So download the registration form and fill it out soon. Completed forms can be dropped of at 95 Hunton Drive (first cross street from Leeland Road on Walnut Farms Parkway). This year, each participant receives a T-Shirt to commemorate the event! Please register by October 7 and […]
Stafford Sheriff’s Office reminds Leeland Station residents
Sergeant JA Bice of the Stafford Sheriff’s Office appeared at the December 2, 2013 BAC Meeting and urged residents to abide by the slogan, “Take it, Hide it, Lock it, or Lose it.” He reminded us this slogan applies to not only cars, but garages, sheds and our homes. You may recall a story from […]
Calling all Kids….Do you like to draw? Then we need you!
For the first time, this year’s Pumpkin Chase neighborhood race will feature a T-Shirt for every participant. How would you like to see your artwork on the front of the 2013 Pumpkin Chase t-shirt? Then, follow the directions below to submit your best drawing .
In September, we’ll post all the submissions and ask for votes for the favorite T-Shirt design!
1. Download the attached template and print on a white 8 1/2 x 11 piece of paper.
2. Draw in black ink / crayon / pencil only.
3. The theme of your drawing should relate to this event – the Leeland Station Pumpkin Chase. (Halloween / Running / Kids / Pumpkins / Etc).
4. Drop your picture off (without bending it!) at 95 Hunton Drive.
5. Submissions must be received by Friday August 30th!
FEBRUARY 20, 2013
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTED
Stafford, Va. The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office has received several reports from the southern part of the county about a group of individuals acting in a suspicious manner, attempting to provide free cleaning products or services.
In these incidents the subjects offer free cleaning products or offer to clean floors for free. The subjects claim to be in the process of opening a “cleaning shop” either in the City of Fredericksburg or off of White Oak Road in Stafford. In one incident a subject asked the homeowner if he wanted to buy a vacuum cleaner.
At this time no crime has been committed but the actions of the subjects are suspicious in nature. The subjects have been described as 5’06″ white male in his fifties with slicked back hair wearing a light tan blazer, a 6’04″ balding black male also in his fifties. The third individual has been described as a pregnant female. The subjects may be travelling in a dark colored SUV.
It is required in Stafford County that anyone attempting to sell items door to door must have a Solicitor’s permit that has been issued by Stafford County. This photo ID permit is proof that the individual has gone through the Stafford County Code & Compliance Department, has received a background check through the Sheriff’s Office and has received a photo ID and is now allowed to solicit in Stafford County. Solicitors must have this ID with them; present it when asked, when soliciting in Stafford County.
Citizens are urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office if they experience a situation such as the one that has been described in this release at 540-658-4400.
Sergeant JA Bice of the Stafford Sheriff’s Office appeared at the December 2, 2013 BAC Meeting and urged residents to abide by the slogan, “Take it, Hide it, Lock it, or Lose it.” He reminded us this slogan applies to not only cars, but garages, sheds and our homes. You may recall a story from an early morning patrol, a patrol Lieutenant woke up a homeowner because their garage door was up, providing easy access to would-be thieves. Sgt. Bice reiterated that the majority of thefts in our community are crimes of opportunity. If it’s easily accessed, it’s easily taken. So ”Take it, Hide it, Lock it, or Lose it.”
There have been numerous reports of thefts from vehicles in the Bravo Zone, namely Leeland Station and Grafton Village Area.. Please remember to remove items of value from your vehicle, and use the locks. Leaving your vehicle unlocked creates potential for a “crime of opportunity” making it more convenient for thieves to enter/steal items from your vehicle or any other area with valuables. PLEASE lock your vehicles.
Car Burglars will seize the opportunity to enter unlocked vehicles. Don’t make your car an easy target by leaving your doors unlocked.
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The Annual Meeting will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday, November 13th 6:30pm Sign In 7:00pm Meeting Begins
The purposes of the Annual Meeting are to elect 3 lot owners for appointment by the Board of Directors to the Association’s Board Advisory Committee, share information of general interest to the membership, and ask and answer questions. The Annual Meeting is also a great opportunity for you to meet your neighbors, the officers and members of the Board of Directors, and representatives of Armstrong Management Services, LLC.
Our waste and recycling company has changed to
COMING SOON TO OUR COMMUNITY
New Automated Fleet
New Trash Carts
New Recycling Carts
Days for Trash and Recycling will remain the same:
Monday and Thursday – Trash Thursday – Recycling
If normal pick-up falls on a holiday, you will be picked up the next regularly scheduled pick-up day. Current holidays we do not service are The 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Years Day and any other day on which landfill facilities are closed.
Any special pick-ups for the removal of white goods, such as stoves, washing machines, refrigerators, ect., or any refuse not considered normal household trash such as carpet, lawn mowers, oil, paint, batteries, construction material, tree stumps, dirt, rocks, sod, concrete, bricks, dangerous acids, or any other dangerous materials shall be the sole responsibility of the resident.
County Waste shall provide bulk pick-up on a regular scheduled pick-up day of yard waste and small bulk items. Please try to place all yard waste and items inside the trash cart as well to assist with the automated pick-up.
Flyers will be attached to new recycling carts upon delivery detailing the automated collection process. Recycling information will also be included on your new recycling cart when they are delivered in the community soon.
County Waste looks forward to providing all of your waste and recycling needs.
County Waste (540) 899-7722
Leeland Station Community Association held its Annual Meeting at the Clubhouse.
The Board installed three new Board Advisory Committee members and re-installed one incumbent.
Your new BAC members are Amy Llyn Kelly, Brian Duy and David Pitts.
The incumbent position was current BAC member and your communications liaison, Phil Herbert.
We welcome the new members and thank those members who served our community. They are Geary Rogers, Bill Hanrahan and Linda Baribeau. We would be remiss if we failed to mention Brian Christmas, who resigned earlier this year due to an oversea deployment. Thank you Brian for your continued service and good luck with your tour.
The Leeland Station 2013 Annual Meeting will take place Tuesday, November 12, at 7:00 PM in the Belle Air Clubhouse, 115 Riggs Rd.
There are four Board Advisory Committee positions up for election. Anyone interested must submit the candidate form, which was included in the announcement mailing that was sent in October. We encourage new residents to become involved.
Topics of the meeting include budget discussion, assessments and the state of the community by the declarant K. Hovnanian.
Any questions prior to the meeting can be forwarded to the BAC by clicking “contact us” at the top of this page.
In an effort to keep you better informed, Leeland Station will post the Stafford Sheriff’s Office Crime Reports as they come available. They will be posted in the “Crime Reports” category on our page.
You can also sign up to receive these reports directly from the Sheriff at http://www.staffordsheriff.com/content/reports/
The Great Pumpkin Chase is creeping up fast. So download the registration form and fill it out soon. Completed forms can be dropped of at 95 Hunton Drive (first cross street from Leeland Road on Walnut Farms Parkway). This year, each participant receives a T-Shirt to commemorate the event!
Please register by October 7 and don’t forget to include $5.00 for each child participating.
If there are any questions, email our organizer, Lori Govar, at firstname.lastname@example.org or find the announcement on either Leeland FaceBook pages and ask Lori your question.