|Architectural Review Board|
The Architectural Review Board (ARB) is delegated the responsibility of ensuring that proposed exterior alterations to homeowner properties within the Association comply with the objectives set forth in the Covenants. The ARB members (made up of volunteer homeowners) conduct regular and systematic reviews of all applications submitted by residents. Their main function is to assure that the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions, the governing documents, which set the standards of Ashburn Farm's quality of design, is implemented and maintained. Click here to view the Approved ARB Charter. The Ashburn Farm Architectural Guidelines Booklet is provided to homeowners as a reference in understanding the Covenants, architectural review procedures and application processes, and established design principles and standards. If you have questions regarding any exterior changes to your home, or are interested in getting involved with the ARB, attend their next meeting. ARB meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. Click here to view the Architectural Review Board page.
|Board of Trustees|
The affairs of the Association are managed by a Board of seven Trustees, whose authority is granted in the Association’s governing documents. This is an all-volunteer homeowner group that is responsible for interpreting the covenants and rules governing Ashburn Farm. The term for office for an elected Trustee is two years.
For more information on the Board of Trustees - elections, duties, etc. please refer to the Ashburn Farm Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions - and the Bylaws of Ashburn Farm Association.
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|Budget & Finance|
The Budget and Finance Committee oversees the fiscal health of the community. The Committee reviews the monthly balance sheets, income and expense reports and delinquencies and works with Committees and Association Management to fund projects throughout the property. The Committee reviews the Draft Budget prepared by Association Management and makes recommendations to the Board of Trustees for approval. The Budget and Finance Committee is responsible for looking over the Reserve Report to ensure funding when components of the property need to be replaced. Monthly and quarterly reviews of the Replacement Reserve investments keeps the Board informed on how the investments are performing. Click here to view information regarding the Budget & Finance Committee.
The Communications Committee is a newly-formed committee working to foster an environment that produces efficient, effective, and cost-conscious two-way and inter-community communications for Ashburn Farm. The Association currently uses four main resources for communicating with residents. These include: the monthly newsletter, the Association website, the email alert list and Facebook. The Committee is looking for ways to best utilize the various media in order to get information to all Ashburn Farm residents. The next committee meeting will be held on Monday, February 28, 2011 at 7:00 PM at the Windmill Community Center. Click here to view more information about the Communications Committee.
Click here for more information on the Events Committee.
The responsibility of the Open Space Committee is to advise and assist the Board of Trustees by making recommendations for enhancements to the existing common area and to propose solutions to open space and environmental problems and issues identified by staff, homeowners, residents, Board of Trustees or other committees. It is the duty of this committee to encourage and establish programs for volunteer activities, which would provide enjoyment and education to residents and other civic organizations to improve the quality of the Ashburn Farm common areas. Ckick here for more information about the Open Space Committee.
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The Association is currently looking for volunteers for its new Recreation Committee. The Committee will serve as an advisory group to the Board of Trustees on matters pertaining to the development and general policy affecting the HOA recreational facilities and programs. Ashburn Farm maintains a diverse recreational environment to meet the needs of our residents and visitors. To ensure the HOA is listening and reacting to the needs of our residents, we need your help and support. The Committee will meet once per month and be comprised of community volunteers. If you are interested in joining this committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your interest and availability.
The Ashburn Farm Tennis Committee is an existing ad hoc Committee whose purpose is to oversee the efficient and professional operation of the Association's tennis program ensuring an equal opportunity for all residents to participate in this program. The Committee shall review the existing rules approved by the board and shall make recommendations when necessary to improve upon these rules. Click here for see the Tennis Committee page.