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Fairfax County supervisors eyeing service cuts instead of tax hike

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Reduced library hours, fewer polling locations and the elimination of school resource officers are among the cuts that Fairfax County's top appointed official thought would be too much to bear when drafting next year's budget. Instead, County Executive Ed Long opted to raise residents' property taxes next year by 2 cents per $100 of assessed value, discarding approximately $28 million in...

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