June 18, 2021
George Hadjikyriakou, May 28: "While we, the residents of Lake Anne who met with Mr. Alcorn Thursday afternoon were grateful that he took the time to meet with us and listen to our pressing problems, we were left rather disappointed that no suggestions or action plan for a solution to our hot water problem were offered by him at that time… The 30-day solution to replace the underground pipes was ignored by the three individuals making decisions as the LARCA Board of Directors. Instead, they favor a solution that will take many more months to implement before hot water can consistently flow throughout the building. Their reasoning is a mystery as the disruption to most ground floor businesses would range between 3 to 5 days. Although one unit, in the middle of the building, the Brewhouse, owned by one of the individuals making all the decisions without consulting us, would be impacted slightly more, close to 2 weeks. Could that be the reason we are still without consistent hot water?"
All units share common expenses based on their unit's square footage. Larger units have a higher percentage. We are paying for this project with reserve contributions that have already been collected. We don't expect this project to affect future assessments. This is an incredibly difficult situation for everyone affected. We wish there was a way to resolve this immediately, but a project of this scope takes time.
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Ongoing lack of hot water is an issue again for nearly all condominium owners at the 27-unit, mixed-use Quayside building located at Lake Anne Village Center in Reston.