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Fairfax approves tax increase on Tysons businesses, residents

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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to raise the property taxes of residents and developers in Tysons to help fund the $3.1 billion transformation of the midsize office park into a vibrant downtown. The 8-2 vote means taxes in Tysons will rise by 7 to 9 cents to raise about $250 million for road construction. Supervisors will set the rate of the increase before it kicks in...

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