The Town of Herndon’s 1.25% increase in its meal tax has generated some backlash from local residents — prompting Town of Herndon Mayor Lisa Merkel to clarify why the tax was increased from 2.5% to 3.75% last week.
Northern Virginia voters will decide on more than just the president and members of Congress when they enter the voting booth Nov. 8. They will also be asked to vote on funding for Metro, roads, parks and schools, in addition to two statewide constitutional amendments.
The Board of Supervisors advanced plans Tuesday to put a “meals tax” on the ballot in November.
FAIRFAX, Va. — Fairfax County Executive Ed Long says a heavy reliance on residential property taxes, and increasing costs for schools and other basic services, could lead to a deficit of more than $90 million…
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