"--Examine the Association’s flat rate assessment structure with an eye toward moving to one based on property values."We don't know anymore than that, and it is likely the RA Board doesn't know much more than that. Moreover, we haven't assessed the implications of such a move on our own, so we don't have a perspective on the topic at this time. In general, of course, those Restonians with higher-valued properties--largely single-family homes--would pay higher annual dues than those with lower-valued homes. Moreover, we have no idea how this would affect rental properties, including affordable housing units in the community.
But you need to know and understand what your RA Board is considering.