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Questions About the Fairfax County Budget? Frey, Smith to Host Town Hall Meeting

The Sully District supervisor and school board member will hold a meeting on March 13 at Rocky Run Middle School.

Questions About the Fairfax County Budget? Frey, Smith to Host Town Hall Meeting

Sully District Supervisor Michael Frey and School Board member Kathy Smith will host a town hall meeting on the Fairfax County budget March 13.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the Little Theatre in Rocky Run Middle School, Chantilly. Fairfax County and Fairfax County Public Schools management and budget staff will also co-host along with the Western Fairfax County Citizens Association and Sully District Council. 

County executive Ed Long’s advertised budget includes a 2-cent increase in the real estate tax rate, which is projected to raise nearly $42 million in count revenue.

When coupled with increases in real estate assessments, the proposed rate would cost the average county household about $262 more in real estate taxes.

The  mean real estate tax assessment for the Centreville area is projected to rise by 3.14 percent. 

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