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Arlington constitutional officers say they won’t seek new terms

Two of Arlington’s five constitutional-office incumbents will try to make 2023 a pass-the-torch year, turning over their offices to anointed successors. Sheriff Beth Arthur confirmed what had been telegraphed earlier and Commissioner of Revenue Ingrid Morroy put speculation to rest,...

Higher car-tax bills taxing staff resources of treasurer, commissioner of revenue

When it comes to the soon-to-be-due annual Arlington car-tax bills, a lot of county residents are royally P.O.’d. As in “Positively Outraged.” And that visceral reaction to the tax bills has meant more work for the staffs of the county’s treasurer...

Arlington DMV Select location to reopen

“DMV Select” services operated by the Arlington Commissioner of Revenue’s office in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles will reopen Sept. 7 after an 18-month COVID shutdown. The office will operate by appointment Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30...

Arlington Commissioner of Revenue endorses Herring re-election

Arlington Commissioner of Revenue Ingrid Morroy has endorsed Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring in his bid for a third term. Herring is facing off against Del. Jay Jones in the June 8 Democratic primary. The winner goes on to the...
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New School Board member receives liaison assignments

New Arlington School Board member Bethany Sutton has her assignments. School Board members on Feb. 2 are expected to approve...
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