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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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AOBA is pleased to announce that we will be hosting Arlington County Board Chairman Katie Cristol as part of our new Mayors and Chairs event series...

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The Alexandria City Council confirmed plans to raise the local meals tax from 4 to 5 percent to fund affordable housing, boosting the cost of the...

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Fiscal Year 2019 budgets have been adopted for Northern Virginia’s five primary jurisdictions. In large part, the adopted budgets hold the...

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Back by popular demand, AOBA will once again be offering FREE Fire Protection Systems training to members with interests in Fairfax County. Working...

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The General Assembly rejected unfriendly amendments made by the Governor to AOBA-supported legislation regarding local regulation of landscape cover...

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AOBA provided testimony against Prince William County's proposal to triple the technology tax this Tuesday. To watch the full testimony, click below:

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Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposals are out for Northern Virginia’s five primary jurisdictions. In large part, the proposed budgets hold the...

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AOBA's legislative agenda is advancing on a positive trajectory as the 2018 Virginia General Assembly draws to a close. This year, AOBA has...

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On February 22, Arlington County Manager Mark Schwartz presented his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2019. At the direction of the County Board,...

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Alexandria City Manager Mark Jinks presented his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2019 on February 20. The advertised budget maintains includes no...

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