Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay won the “unprecedented” Democratic primary for chair of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, according to unofficial election results. Incumbents of both parties were unseated in races for supervisors and the Virginia General Assembly, and two area commonwealth’s attorneys were unseated by challengers looking to change the criminal justice system.
The future of Fairfax County, Virginia, could be on the table Tuesday in the county’s first Democratic primary in decades for Board of Supervisors chair. Hear from each of the candidates.
Developer Tim Chapman told WTOP that his campaign hired a law firm to compile a timeline that claims Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay improperly got a discount on his house from a friend. McKay calls it “completely false and vicious.”
Sharon Bulova is chairman of the Board of Supervisors in Fairfax County. The 71-year-old Democrat announced Thursday that she won’t seek re-election next year.
“Although they’ve been making a better effort at mowing this year, there are still a number of locations across my district — and the county for that matter — that have seen unacceptably high grass,” Fairfax County Supervisor Jeff McKay said.
Officials in Maryland and Virginia are voicing their frustration and calling on the federal government to reverse a decision to cancel a long-running development project to relocate the FBI headquarters to the D.C. suburbs.
Virginia teachers may miss out on raises because of a state budget shortfall, and Fairfax County leaders are concerned that it could cause significant budget problems on the local level.
A new policy adopted Tuesday by the Fairfax County’s Board of Supervisors will consider the “equity” of all decisions going forward.
Local leaders say that proposed changes to proffer requirements would severely impact the way cities and counties pay for key services and amenities.
There\’s a compete transformation that\’s happening to the Springfield Mall. The mall was basically razed and now in its place will be the rising of a new Springfield Town Center.
A bill passed in 2012 doesn\’t give secondary road projects in Northern
Virginia any significant extra money until 2017.
Relief is on the way for a residential neighborhood long plagued by bus noise and pollution.
A Fairfax County representative is calling foul over a Metro-endorsed proposal he says gives Prince George\’s County the edge in an ongoing bid to host the FBI headquarters.
As Virginia lawmakers continue to debate how to pay for transportation projects in the state, Fairfax County officials fear the loss of $300 million that is slated to help pay for constructing the Silver Line to Dulles.
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