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Fairfax votes to save Tysons' 'last forest'

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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to save a 33-acre forest near Tysons Corner from development, citing the need for more green space in an area set to evolve into the county's new urban downtown. The board voted 5-1, with three abstentions, to leave out of the county's Tysons redevelopment plans an extension of Boone Boulevard -- which is slated to run straight through...

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