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Fairfax County considers how to hike taxes on Tysons Corner residents

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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is going to raise the taxes of residents of Tysons Corner to help pay for a $3.1 billion makeover of the area. The only question is how it will do it. The board on Tuesday focused on two tax-raising options. One would immediately raise residents' real estate taxes by 7 to 9 cents, costing the average homeowner as much as $720 a year. The second would...

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