Thursday, November 11, 2010

Brambleton's Distinguished Community Service Award Winners Announced at Annual Meeting


The Brambleton Community Association held their Annual meeting on Tuesday, November 9th, at Legacy Elementary where they gave a State of the Community update to attendees, handed out the Distinguished Community Service awards and announced the newly elected Board member.

2010 Milestones included:
  • Sport & Health opened with one adult free membership to each existing household;
  • Number of homes increased from 2,434 to 2,700;
  • New community website with mobile technology launched;
  • Recycling rate doubles as a result of larger toters and the Recycle Bank program;
  • More than 14,000 participants were involved in Brambleton events; and
  • More than 2,000 participated in Brambleton programs.
2011 Highlights include:
  • Assessments increased by only 1%;
  • Considering the installation of a 2-5 year old tot lot in Legacy Park & street lights,
  • Enhanced communications, social & print;
  • Section-by-section comprehensive maintenance inspections; and
  • A staff increase as Brambleton has doubled in size!
Brambleton presented Nikki McMahon and Lynn Brizzi each with a Distinguished Community Service Award for their hard work and dedication on the Activities Committee. Brambleton would not be the community it is today without wonderful residents who volunteer their time to make it an even better place to live.

The election results were also announced at the close of the meeting, the new resident Board member is Brambleton resident, Tom Gurganous.

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