WVCA Meeting & Elections – 10/27/21
Hey, Westover Village, it’s been awhile!
Please join us on Wednesday, October 27th at 7pm for a Virtual Meeting.
We’ll be discussing updates on County construction projects in the neighborhood, Cardinal Elementary, and gauging interest for activities and priorities for 2022.
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Meeting ID: 914 1887 8357
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The Westover Village Civic Association is looking for Volunteers!
We have not held Board Member elections since 2018. If there is sufficient interest, we would like to hold elections during the meeting on October 27th.
The WVCA Board has traditionally been a minimal time commitment, with the board coordinating events with surrounding civic associations. We hope to see those begin again in 2022.
If you’re interested in getting to know your neighbors, and would like to help plan events with our surrounding community, please reach out to the current Board Members with your questions about specific positions! Most of the board is interested in passing the baton on to other members of the community. If you are interested in running for a position, please let us know before the meeting so we can prepare for a virtual vote. Board positions are stated as a 2-year commitment, but if there isn’t sufficient interest to running elections, we may want to discuss reducing the scope of the WVCA until there is renewed interest.
Please remember only active members of the WVCA can participate in voting. Members must reside or own property located within Westover Village’s neighborhood boundaries.
If you have not paid your $15 dues for 2021, you can make a payment through Paypal on our website. Dues paid in advance of the 10/27 meeting will carry through the 2022 year.
President – Primary point person for the WVCA. Coordinates with County and surrounding Civic Associations on issues relevant to Westover. Sends newsletters and updates as needed. The work of the President varies depending on needs and priorities of the community. It averages between 2-5 hours per month
Contact Lilith Christiansen, email@example.com
Vice President – Supports President with planning events and community outreach as needed. The work of the VP is seasonal and depends on whether an event is coming up. But, on average, it could be about 3 hours a month.
Contact Bob Orttung, firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer – Coordinates dues collection, maintains accounting of the WVCA accounts. Approximately 1 to 3 hours per month.
Contact John Marsh, email@example.com
Secretary – Manages the WVCA website, and records attendance and notes during WVCA meetings. Approximately 1 to 2 hours per month.
Contact Lisa Garcia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Committee Delegate (NCAC) – Are you interested in how your Arlington tax dollars are spent? Do you want to have more sidewalks, better parks, improved streets, and pedestrian-friendly crosswalks? Do you want to hear about new projects and initiatives that are happening in other areas of Arlington?
Over the past 25 years, the County has spent $62.7 million on Neighborhood Conservation projects to beautify and strengthen our neighborhoods. This neighborhood improvement program needs a representative from WVCA. Currently, the program meets virtually 8-10 times a year for about an hour every month.
Contact John Egge, email@example.com