Op-Ed

Editorial: Arlington Co. officials take a worthy pause to engage more with citizens

OFFICIALS IN Arlington County were surprised in 2006 when school enrollment, holding at around 18,500 for a number of years, began to rise. They’d figured that the erosion of affordable housing in the county, a byproduct of gentrification spurred by Metro, would drive families out of the county and shrink the number of students.Read full article >>






OFFICIALS IN Arlington County were surprised in 2006 when school enrollment, holding at around 18,500 for a number of years, began to rise. They’d figured that the erosion of affordable housing in the county, a byproduct of gentrification spurred by Metro, would drive families out of the county and shrink the number of students.Read full article >>



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Editorial: Arlington Co. officials take a worthy pause to engage more with citizens