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Fairfax board may reverse itself, save Tysons trees

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Fifteen Fairfax civic associations fighting to save a 33-acre forest near Tysons from development say they're hopeful the County Board of Supervisors will vote on Tuesday to reverse itself and vote to permanently protect the area. The group said it was reassured by Supervisor Cathy Hudgins, D-Hunter Mill, that the board would discuss a plan to thwart the extension of Boone Boulevard -- which...

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