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The City of Alexandria is hosting a public forum to discuss green building practices to encourage local builders, residents, and developers to learn...

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On January 12, the Alexandria City Council adopted WasteSmart on a unanimous vote. The strategic plan is a 20-year comprehensive plan to ensure the...

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The Virginia General Assembly opened for its 2019 legislative session on January 9. As legislative proposals continue to take shape, the...

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The window for non-residential property owners in the City of Alexandria to apply for credits against the City’s stormwater management fee...

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The Prince William County Department of Development Services’ Land Development Division is encouraging members to attend a seminar to examine...

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Back by popular demand, AOBA will host a FREE seminar for members on Virginia's Landlord/Tenant Law on Wednesday, October 3 in conjunction with...

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AOBA is pleased to announce that we will host Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova as part of our new Mayors and Chairs...

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Back by popular demand, AOBA will host a FREE seminar for members on Virginia's Landlord/Tenant Law on September 12 at 11:00am in conjunction with...

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As a resource for members with Virginia interests, AOBA has compiled water and sewer rates and projected increases for Northern Virginia’s...

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The Virginia Supreme Court recently found a 15-year lease unenforceable because it was not executed with the formalities of a “deed” as...

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Alexandria City Councilman and Vice Mayor Justin Wilson won in a primary challenge versus sitting Mayor Allison Silberberg. In a narrow upset of...

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The City of Alexandria will launch a new credit policy December 1, allowing property owners to reduce their annual stormwater utility fees by...

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