A public hearing on the security amendments to the Fairfax County Tenant-Landlord Relations Ordinance is to be held Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors boardroom, A level, Massey Building, 4100 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax. The amendments would require the installation of dead bolt locks and peepholes in multi-family rental units. The legislation would permit the actual cost of the devices and their installation to be charged to the tenants, but the cost may be paid over a period of a year. Those who wish to speak at the hearing should register with the board's clerk, who can be reached at 691-3151.

Capital City Federal Savings and Loan Association has arranged $775,000 of financing for the acquisition of the 160-unit Saxony apartment complex in the Adams-Morgan section. The apartment building is located at 1801 Clydesdale PI. NW. The thrift institution said it has approved loans of approximately $7 million on residential properties in sections like Adams-Morgan since January as part of its "ongoing effort to improve once-neglected downtown fringe areas of the District into clean, safe residential areas."

The Washington area chapter of Community Associations Institute is holding a workshop today on budget preparation fro 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the National 4-H Center, 7100 Connecticut Ave., Chevy Chase.

W & J Sloane, Inc., has subleased the former Safeway Store at Pickett Shopping Center in Fairfax for a 23,000-square-foot unit of its clearance center division. The ten-year lease provides for six five-year renewal options. Barnes, Morris and Pardoe, Inc., which handled the transaction, said the value of the long-term lease is $742,000.

The Montgomery County Board of Realtors' computerized communications system, which links 250 member real estate offices in the county, is now in service.

Older homes and how to buy, restore and maintain them will be the topic of two workshops to be presented by the Preservation Resource Group, Inc. on Sept. 24 and Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Christian Heurich House, 1307 New Hampshire Ave. NW. For information, call 703323-1407.

The American Right of Way Association will meet Tuesday at 10:15 a.m. for a daylong session at the Elks Club in Hagerstown.

Development plans for 10 Maryland subdivisions have been announced by The Ryland Group Inc., of Columbia. The homes will range in price from the $30,000s to the $90,000s. The subdivisions will be built in the following areas: Riva and Glen Burnie in Anne Arundel County; Lutherville and Worthington Valley in Baltimore County; Prince Frederick in Calvert; Hampstead and Eldersburg in Carroll; Brunswick in Frederick; Perryville in Harford County, and Gaithersbury in Montgomery County.

A new 11,000-square-foot retail and professional office building is scheduled to open late this year on upper Connecticut Avenue next to the Aspen Hill Shopping Center in Montgomery County. Rentals will be handled by Flaherty Realtors. W. Evans Buchana Co. is the owner and developer.

The National Association of Home Manufacturers begin its annual meeting Sunday at the Shoreham Hotel. Sessions will continue through Wednesday.