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Democratic leaders and gay advocates are slamming the Virginia Republican Party's ticket — Ken Cuccinelli for governor and E.W. Jackson for lieutenant governor. Do you agree with them?
Two new city efforts are designed to foster small business procurement opportunities and smooth out the permit process.
City Council is expected to consider a proposal in June put together by staff.
Alexandria residents have until May 20 to register to participate in June 11 Democratic primary.
Government, Going Green
Beginning in May, residents will see more tree trimming along city streets.
Participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps, will now be able to purchase select foods at the farmer's market.
There will be a Democratic primary for lieutenant governor and attorney general June 11. Absentee voting for Alexandria residents begins April 26.
Government, Police & Fire, Sports, Local Connections
Following the Boston Marathon bombing attacks this week, the City of Alexandria and race organizers have increased police presence and will close a number of roads. Trashcans will be sealed.
City Council this week will consider raising the tax on a pack of cigarettes to the highest tax rate in the state.
Meet with Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg Saturday morning about whatever is concerning you.
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