SAVE THE DATE: Annual Meeting

SAVE THE DATE!!

The Potomac Bay Estates Property Owners’ Association annual meeting will be:
— Saturday, September 11, 2021
— Eat at 12:00 noon
— Meeting at 1:00 PM
— In the picnic area at the west end of Potomac Drive
— Inclement weather location: Williams’ home, 4142 Newman’s Neck Road

The Association will furnish hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, condiments, soft drinks, water. Please bring a side dish and a dessert to share. Wine and beer are BYOB.

At this meeting property owners will vote on revisions to our By-Laws, Restrictive Covenants, and other documents. Watch your email for details.

PBE POA Board of Directors Meeting

The Potomac Bay Estates Property Owners’ Association Board of Directors will meet:

  • Friday, May 28
  • 1:00 PM
  • 4142 Newman’s Neck Road (Williams residence)

Board meetings are open to all property owners.  Please let us know by email to potomacbaypoa@hotmail.com if you will attend.

A copy of the agenda is here:  _v.01_0528_2021 Agenda PBE BOD_0520_

Minutes of the April 16, 2021 Board of Directors meeting are on the MINUTES page of this website.

Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources article: Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease

The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR) has issued a warning about the possibility of wild rabbits in Virginia being infected with Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD), a fatal disease that can affect both wild and domestic rabbits.

Here is a link to the DWR article about RHD — this is a PDF that can be downloaded or printed.

Click to access RBDV2.pdf

While this sounds alarming, DWR points out that no cases of RHD have been confirmed in Virginia — from the DWR article:

As of June 2020, all North American detections in wild rabbits have
been confined to the southwestern U.S. and Mexico. It has also been diagnosed in domestic rabbits in various states, including Ohio (2018),
Washington (2019), and New York (2020).

Note the DWR article states:

  • RHD poses no health threat to humans.
  • The affected animals are wild and domestic rabbits.

While no cases of RHD have been reported in Virginia, we are posting this information because of the presence of wild rabbits (lots of them) in our area.