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Fairfax board clashes over Tysons Corner housing

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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved redevelopment plans for Tysons Corner two years ago, but the board is still fighting over how to pay for transportation improvements and how much affordable housing is needed in the area. The board requires 20 percent of any residential development in Tysons to be set aside for affordable housing, which in one of the nation's wealthiest counties...

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