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Editor’s Notebook: A housing milestone in retreat?

It was last November, well before many people expected, that the average sales price of a single-family home in Fairfax County in the monthly data surpassed the seven-figure mark. It had been at that level in Arlington for some time,...

Letter: Campaign signs on medians are a blight this time of year

Editor: The yard signs that Republican 8th District congressional candidate Karina Lipsman has on the medians around Arlington are illegal, according to the county zoning ordinance. Yard signs on the medians are only allowed for 31 days before early voting...

Beyer campaign signage starting to sprout

He’s probably not going to need any extra help, but U.S. Rep. Don Beyer (D-8th) is taking no chances in his bid for a new term.” Beyer signage has begun sprouting up throughout the local area, urging residents to vote...

Candidate: Fewer campaign signs swiped this season

Perhaps it was a slightly more kinder-and-gentler election in 2021. In her annual election wrapup at the first Arlington County Board meeting after the votes were in, perennial protest candidate Audrey Clement told board members that she’d been able to...

Editor’s Notebook: All signs point to cleaner medians

Good news on the campaign-sign-clearing front -- it looks like most campaigns and political organizations have decided to remove their signage from medians far sooner than the rules allow. Arlington Democrats estimate they removed 80% of signage from medians on...

Q&A: County tackling illegal proliferation of campaign signage

Rules for placing campaign signage on the medians of roads owned by the Arlington County government are pretty straightforward – there is a limit of two signs per median strip per candidate (or party ticket). Anything more than that...
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Democrats aiming for consistent messaging on Missing Middle

Leaders of the Arlington County Democratic Committee appear concerned enough about the impact the Missing Middle housing debate could...
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