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Arlington To Not Increase

The Arlington County, Virginia, board voted Saturday to not advertise an increase in the base real estate property tax rate for 2021. The board elected not to fight for an increase in the property tax, keeping it at $1.013 per $100 of its assessed value for this calendar year. In a news release, Board Chair Matt de Ferranti said the pandemic “has been hard” on residents and businesses.

According to wtop.com, “The extra funds will help pay for bonds to fund “much-needed” stormwater projects in fiscal years 2021 and 2022, which residents approved in November’s election. The tax hike, de Ferranti said, is the best way to pay for the bonds to complete the projects and improve the county’s infrastructure. If approved, the tax increase would generate $1.6 million for the county’s Stormwater Fund for the fiscal year 2021 and $3.2 million in 2022, de Ferranti said. According to the news release, the increase would also become the first stormwater tax increase in a decade, if approved.”

As per wtop.com, “It may not be the last time the county considers a stormwater tax increase. In its budget proposal for the fiscal year 2022 from February, the board included an increase in the stormwater tax rate that would cost a homeowner an additional $29 in 2022. The board will hold a public hearing on the proposed stormwater tax hike on April 8 at 7 p.m. Those wishing to speak must register on the board’s website starting on April 1.”

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