|Office/Committee Name||Board Member|
|Vice President||Ann Vallandingham|
|Architectural Control & Landscaping||All Board Members|
|By-Laws/Rules/Regs||All Board Members|
The association needs and welcomes volunteers to assist with certain aspects of managing our community. Please contact our property manager, Mirga Dulys, for information on the types of assistance desired as well as serving as a Board member.
The Board of Directors manages Architectural Control and Landscaping matters, including reviewing and issuing decisions on Architectural Change Applications (ACA) and ensuring that the General Common Elements are maintained in accordance with contracts. ACA's must first be submitted to Mirga Dulys, VMI Property Manager. Once they are logged in at VMI, they are forwarded to the Board for review and action.
The Board reviews and recommends changes to the Rules and Regulations and the By-Laws. For more information, contact Mirga Dulys, VMI Property Manager.
Newsletter: The Board Secretary has overall responsibility for community communications. Our newsletter, The Lamp Post, is published as
the Board is able to do so. Content suggestions and articles for the newsletter are welcome and can be emailed to Mirga Dulys,
Our Treasurer reviews our finances and contracts, and maintains regular liaison with our management company and our attorney relative to collecting outstanding assessments. If you have concerns regarding the budget or River Oaks finances in general, please contact Mirga Dulys, VMI Property Manager.
The Board handles questions or concerns about parking and maintains contact with the towing company. If you would like to assist with reviewing the parking rules and policies, or suggest improvements, contact Mirga Dulys.
River Oaks has very few safety or security incidents, but the Board is interested in hearing from residents about any issue that would affect the safety and security of residents or River Oaks property. The Board has direct contacts with local police and fire department officials and has been actively seeking to remedy issues such as vandalism and criminal activity that plague all communities. In the past, a Board member or an interested resident attended the monthly Police-Community Relations Council (PCRC) meetings to stay abreast of what is happening in the Edgewater community at large. The PCRC meets on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Southern District Police Station, 35 Stepney's Lane, Edgewater, MD. If you have an interest in these matters, please contact Mirga Dulys, VMI Property Manager, to volunteer to attend and to report back to the Board and the community.