Woodlake (VA) gets new board, but real work just starting

The dust has settled from Woodlake’s highly anticipated communitywide election, but the hard work is just beginning for leaders of the western Chesterfield subdivision.  After more than five months of heated rhetoric, allegations and frustration over their swim and racquet club’s financial difficulties, residents voted last month and chose four new directors to head the community association’s board.    Read the article…………


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