Arbor Board of Directors Meeting - Monday, June 26 - 7pm at the Fairlington Community Center
Fairlington Arbor Board of Directors
Chris Hornback, President
Joe Andy, Treasurer-Secretary
Bill Jenkins, VP Buildings
Randal Black, VP Grounds
John Hiltz, Community Affairs
Email coming soon
Fairlington Arbor Management
Fairlington Arbor is under the care of Cardinal Management Group, Inc. The on-site General Manager is Scott Hummel. He works weekdays from the Arbor office at 3472 S. Utah St. #A1, Arlington, VA 22206. He can be contacted at (703) 671-1575 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The off-site Property Manager assigned to the Arbor is Terry McGuire. He can be contacted at (703) 565-5012, or via e-mail at: email@example.com
After-Hour Emergencies can be reported 24/7 at (866) 370-2989. An on-call Cardinal Manager will return the call shortly thereafter to discuss the situation.
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New Logo for the Arbor!!
Thanks to Arbor resident, Lindsey Smith, Concept Smith Graphic Design, we have a new logo.
We are looking for a resident with web editing experience to help with a redesign incorporating this great new look. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping out.
Important Resident Information -
Sewer Backup Emergency
Call All Plumbing Company at: 703 525-7973 and identify yourself as a Fairlington Arbor Resident. The Arbor is NOT responsible for any charges incurred. You might need to call Arlington County to schedule an interruption of water supply to complete your repairs. Contact the county at 703.228-6555.
Daily: Trash is collected daily, Monday thru Saturday, except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Place SECURELY tied plastic trash bags outside between 6am and 8am. Please do not place trash outside the night before, as it attracts rodents and other critters.
First Saturdays: Large surplus items, e.g., furniture, are collected only on the FIRST Saturday of each month.
Recycling: Mixed glass, aluminum and steel cans and plastics containers (#1 thru #7) are commingled, meaning they may now be mixed together in the receptacles. Newspapers, mixed paper, catalogs. and magazines should be tied securely with string or placed in paper bags. Corrugated boxes must be broken down. All paper products must be placed beside the recycling receptacles.