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Greetings TNACA Members and Residents

 Greetings TNACA Members and Residents: I am pleased to serve as President of the Tantallon North Area Civic Association for the year 2019. My team and I will continue to promote our vision to be an active and necessary organization to provide volunteer assistance, leadership, and a community voice for the residents of Tantallon North. As I talk to members of our community, the resounding concerns I hear are safety and beautification. To that end, we will continue to focus on public safety, beautification, education and information sharing. I will ensure that we maintain our close working relationships with the District VII Commander and officers to support their efforts to keep our community safe. We receive important updates from our Community Oriented Policing (COPS) officer at TNACA’s meetings. Representatives from TNACA participate on the Police and Public Safety Citizen Advisory Committee and the Indian Head Highway (Route 210) Traffic Safety Committee. TNACA will continue to support our three adopted schools…Potomac Landing Elementary School, Accokeek Academy and Friendly High School. We will highlight student achievement, assist students in need with payment of their class fees, Advanced Placement (AP) Exam fees, and college application fees. We pride ourselves in keeping our community beautiful. My team and I are committed to maintaining the two entrances (Fort Washington Road and Autumnwood Lane and Riverview Road and Sero Estates Drive), to this community in a pleasing and remarkable manner. If you have questions about TNACA’s standards for beautification, Pridelines are posted on our website at TNACA.org. As valuable information is made available to me, it will be shared with you. If you have not joined us, please consider becoming a member in 2019. Your membership dollars and active participation are key to TNACA’s success in attaining many of the projects mentioned above. 


Sincerely, Ralph Davis 


Ralph Davis, President