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What I'm Most Proud Of

Early consultation is a win-win for the Commonwealth, private developers and Tribal Nations, providing project predictability and efficiency by identifying and resolving potential sources of delay early in planning.

Letter: Shortage of Affordable Housing

Letter

Human Rights for Who?

Letters to the Editor

Infant Immunization Week

Letters to the Editor

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Springtime is Farmers Market Time

On Saturday, April 27th at 0800 hours the bell will ring announcing the opening of the Reston Farmers Market, the best in Northern Virginia, for a 27th year located in the now newly paved parking as guests of the Lake Anne Condo Association.

Providing Support for Everyone in Fairfax County

Sam Proctor grew up here in the Mount Vernon District and attended Walt Whitman Middle School and Mount Vernon High School. Sam has ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and is currently in remission for stage 3 cancer. Despite facing such challenges, Sam takes everything with a smile and an “I-can-do-this” attitude.

Arlington’s Expanded Housing Option Ordinance Leaves Neighbors No Rights and the County No Wiser

At the outer edges of Arlington County — in the Arlington-East Falls Church area — a three-story monolith housing six dwellings and providing three parking spaces has been proposed for an R6 treed lot where a 1925 house now stands.

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Vetoes Devastate Environmental Progress

Governor vetoed 153 bills, amended 117, including dozens of priority conservation and environmental bills.

This week, the General Assembly reconvenes in Richmond to consider Governor Youngkin’s unprecedented number of amendments and vetoes to legislation we passed during the regular session.

Opinion: Calls for Cutting School Funds by $100 Million

Calls for Cutting School Funds by $100 Million

Youngkin Amends Mobile Home Park Bill

Mobile home bill

Houses of Worship Can Develop Affordable Housing

Many faith communities struggle with oversized and aging facilities along with declining membership and revenues.

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Governor Sets New Veto Record

Gov. Glenn Youngkin has acted on a total of 475 bills passed by the General Assembly ahead of his fast-approaching April 8th deadline. To date, the Governor has vetoed 91 bills, the most of any Governor in the history of the Commonwealth in just a single year.

Letter: Keep the Town Name of Burke VA

Letter to the Editor

No to Arena Deal; Yes, Bipartisan Budget!

Arena deal off