Protecting LVII Residents from LCP Access
With the stretch of Loudoun County Parkway that recently opened up to Creightons Road, and the imminent extension all the way to Route 50 (in 2017), residents along that stretch are already facing increased vehicle traffic, with a great deal of road noise that one can hear even when doors and windows are closed, and the expectation is that that will dramatically increase over the next year. There isn’t any real privacy either as the tree buffer in the backyard is sparse, and much worse in the winter after all the leaves fall.
There is a growing concern that access to our community (and easy getaway) by anyone is a likely possibility. With the recent vehicle and home break-ins, we need to have a barrier to keep our community safe. It is important to understand that this does not only affect homes along Loudoun County Parkway, but rather, all LVII residents.
This is our time to let Toll Brothers, HOA (Cardinal Management) and VDOT know that we care about the safety and security of our families, fellow residents and our community. We are planning to actively work with the HOA, VDOT , Toll Brothers and Loudoun County Supervisors to address the above concerns and request them to come up with a solution that is reasonable and agreeable to the majority of us.