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Tysons tax hike will hit property owners, developers

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The Fairfax County Planning Commission on Tuesday defended its plan to levy new taxes on residents and developers to pay for the massive, $3.1 billion redevelopment of Tysons Corner while seeking only "modest" funding from the state. Speaking to the county Board of Supervisors, officials announced their plans to impose a 7-cent to 9-cent property tax increase on Tysons Corner properties that...

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