The Arlington County Board today voted against designating any portion of the Wilson School a Local Historic District.
The Arlington County Board today approved a contract for $670,638 to replace Washington-Lee High School’s synthetic turf field, which is used for school and community football, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey and other sports.
The Board today approved a $5.792 million Affordable Housing Investment Fund (AHIF) loan to developer McCormack Baron Salazar (MBS) to assist with the purchase and renovation of 103 affordable units at Clarendon Court Apartments. MBS plans to preserve all of the existing affordable units, deepen the affordability of some units and fully renovate the property by leveraging additional resources with the loan.
The Arlington County Board today voted to lower the late payment penalty for real estate taxes from 10 percent to 5 percent for the first 30 days after the due date. The penalty for delinquent real estate taxes not paid within 30 days following the due date will remain unchanged at 10 percent. More than 1,000 taxpayers could benefit annually.
In its final work session on the FY 2016 Budget, the County Board said it will not raise tax rates.
Dump your hazardous household materials at Arlington’s E-CARE Recycling Event.
Wednesday, April 22, Arlington County will host and be home to events and programs throughout the spring to help ensure a more sustainable future.
The County Board will adopt the FY 2015 Budget at its April meeting.
Beginning with the June 2015 Democratic primary, Arlington County will use new digital scanner voting machines. The new system uses a paper ballot, which is digitally scanned into the ballot box.
The public will be able to weigh-in on a draft Affordable Housing Master Plan and Implementation Framework.