Board Members

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PRESIDENT - Hendrick Booz lives on Hilton St. with his wife, Kelly, and daughter, Madeline. They expect baby William to arrive this August and so are counting down the days of summer in anticipation. Hendrick has been a high school English teacher and varsity lacrosse coach with Fairfax County Public Schools since 2000. Kelly is a member of the Alexandria City School Board running for re-election this year. Madeline just likes to laugh and smile now. While the Boozes moved in to the Taylor Run community in September 2013, they have been Alexandria residents for the past eight years. In fact, when Hendrick first moved from Arlington to Alexandria, he ended up on Moncure, one street from where he and his wife eventually bought a house. Recently elected as the president, this year is his second on the Executive Committee.


VP of MEMBERSHIP – Brett Egusa and his wife, Erin (and two children) reside on Melrose Street.  Brett works for the Federal Government and has lived in the Taylor Run neighborhood for over almost 9 years.  Brett joined TRCA in 2012 as a TRCA Executive Committee member.

SECRETARY – Rachel Malleck and her husband, Steve, have lived in Alexandria for 16 years--first on Sunset Drive before moving to King Street in 2013. They have 3 kids, two cats, and a dog. Rachel works from home as a French to English translator for Anglocom, a Quebec City-based translation agency. This is her second year on the TRCA Exec Board.

TREASURER - Jay Kennedy and his wife, Heather (and two daughters) currently reside on W View Terrace.  Jay works for the Federal Housing Finance Agency and has lived in the area for over 10 years (including over 7 years in the Taylor Run neighborhood).  This will be Jay's seventh year as a TRCA Executive Committee member and fifth year as Treasurer.

City Recommends Improvements

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Chinquapin Park

Alexandria’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activities is proposing a new quarter-mile walking trail, synthetic turf field, dog park, public orchard and many more amenities to Chinquapin Park as part of its draft improvement plan. 

Residents are encouraged to comment and state their preferences on the draft plan through an online survey. Additional details available here

TRCA Constitution

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Article I:  Name 

The name of the organization is the Taylor Run Citizens Association.

Article II:  Purpose of the Association 

Section 1.  Its purpose is to promote, without affiliation with any political party, the interests of the residents of the City of Alexandria, Va., and particularly of those living in the Taylor Run Citizens Association Area. 

Taylor Run Boundaries

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The perimeter of our association's territory is roughly defined by: King St. from Scroggins Rd. to Callahan Dr., Callahan Dr. between King St. and Duke St., Duke St. between Callahan Dr. and W. Taylor Run Pkwy., W. Taylor Run Pkwy. between Duke St. and Janney's Lane, Janney's Lane to MacArthur Elementary School, and through the woods between MacArthur Elementary School and Scroggins Rd.

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Become a Member

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The membership year runs from January 1 through December 31, and the annual dues are $20 per household.  The TRCA utilizes these dues for several purposes, including funding scholarships, the neighborhood fall party, National Night Out, and Earth Day event(s).  Dues also are used to pay for printing the newsletters, special events, and maintenance of the TRCA website.  

When and Where We Meet

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The TRCA holds a general membership meeting each fall and spring at the George Washington National Masonic Memorial.  Meetings usually last between one and two hours. The Executive Committee meets monthly with the exception of June, July and August, as well as, November and December.