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20221026 071556

Another Accident At Our Entrance!-{

20221026 071556

Long-time residents may remember the dukes-of-hazard-style drunken leap from north-bound sterling boulevard that took out the center of our western (Bahai-side) entrance wall back in 2007, and observant new-comers may have noticed the off-color mortar of the repairs.IMG 4753
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unfortunately a 2-car accident this morning around 7am sent one of the cars into the same wall…the suv clipped the right rear of the car before careening into our wall…fortunately no one seems to have been hurt:-)
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thanx to boardmembers holly lindstrom, krista donlon and elias khalil for the pix…

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deer carcass removed from common ground

deer carcass on parcel C berm along rt7 our budget took a $650 hit yesterday when Jesse James Critter Gitters removed this from the berm along rt 7 on parcel C…it was getting rather fragrant:-\ deer carcass on parcel C berm along rt7thanx to our indefatigable landscaping committee for taking care of it.

Rt 7 action meeting tonite!

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TAKE ACTION on Rt7 NOW!

Good neighbor Mike White reports that Loudoun County is proposing to limit our intersection to right turns only. We would only be able to enter the neighborhood from westbound 7 (right in), and could only leave the neighborhood going west on 7 (right out). Entering the neighborhood from eastbound 7 would require a u-turn at another intersection…read the details here in the 2040 Route 7 Corridor Study.

We strongly encourage everyone to contact the county board of supervisors to make your opinion heard. This will be a major topic of discussion at our next board meeting! All homeowners are encouraged to attend virtually.

If you would like to join our Rt7study mailing list, please visit https://cardinalglen.org/mailman/listinfo/rt7study_cardinalglen.org, or just send email to rt7study@cardinalglen.org to be added to the list.

Rt 7 Shared Use Path Project

The county has informed us that they will begin surveying early next year for a 10′ asphalt path alongside westbound Rt 7 from Lakeland Drive to Campus Drive.

Let’s hope they will fix the drainage pipe undermining the berm between rt 7 and our common ground parcel K.