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Editorial: Fairfax budget it proposal sticks it to homeowners (again)

The proposed fiscal 2023 Fairfax County government budget outlined by County Executive Bryan Hill last week was another clear indication the preservation of a vibrant, home-owning middle class is not necessarily up there at the top of the county...

Editor’s Notebook: Right on, George Harrison!

The story goes that when George Harrison, the most outwardly placid of the Beatles and who this weekend would have turned 78 years old, was incensed when he realized that, way back in the 1960s, the top marginal income-tax...

Budget proposal offers no relief to homeowners

Unless Fairfax County supervisors cut back spending under County Executive Bryan Hill’s proposed fiscal year 2023 budget, tax bills could increase by a hellish amount. Hill on Feb. 22 recommended holding the county’s tax rate steady at $1.14 per $100...

Fairfax supervisors set tax-rate ceiling

Citing as they often do each year the need for wiggle room, a majority of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on March 9 agreed to advertise a maximum real-estate-tax rate of $1.15 per $100 assessed value for fiscal...

Taxes for most to rise under Fairfax budget proposal

Fairfax County taxpayers would see a slightly lower tax rate and employees would not receive pay increases under a proposed fiscal year 2021 budget presented Feb. 23 by County Executive Bryan Hill. The county’s conservative assumptions during the pandemic allowed...
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Weather concerns nix weekend’s MPAartfest

McLean Project for the Arts has announced cancellation of its Oct. 2 MPAartfest due to pending weather issues. "The decision...
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