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Archive for the 'Northern Virginia Transportation Authority' Category

NVTA Seeks Ruling On Legality Of Fees

One day after voting in $ 300 million in new taxes and fees, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority yesterday filed a lawsuit seeking a ruling on the legality of those fees:
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority formally asked a court yesterday whether it has the legal authority to raise and spend more than $300 million worth [...]

NVTA Approves Tax Increases

Last night, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority met in Falls Church and approved $ 300 million in new taxes for residents of Northern Virginia:
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority last night passed the largest increase in transportation-spending in a generation, approving $300 million a year in new expenditures funded by a set of regional tax increases.
But [...]

More Taxes Coming For Northern Virginia

The D.C. Examiner writes about some of the tax increases that will be considered tomorrow by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority

A proposal to fund transportation projects in Northern Virginia by imposing a 5 percent tax on vehicle repairs could be derailed when a regional authority meets Thursday night.
Manassas Vice Mayor Harry Parrish, who sits [...]

Prince William County Supervisors Vote To Raise Your Taxes

Lost in the debate over an immigration proposal that may very well prove to be entirely illegal, the Prince William County Board of Supervisors snuck in a tax increase:
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors voted yesterday to support a regional package of tax and fee increases that would raise more than $300 million a [...]

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