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A Fairfax County incinerator handles a million tons of garbage a year and produces enough energy to light 80,000 homes. Now the county has to decide whether to buy one of the largest incinerators in the country from the company that owns it.
Fed up with pothole-laden streets and busted sidewalks, the Fairfax County Department of Transportation has put together a report, examining what it would take for the county to take back control of its roads.
The last stretch of the Fairfax County Parkway opens after a 10 a.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is extremely mad at VDOT and leaders in Richmond, saying both have failed to keep pace with road maintenance in the county.
Rep. Gerry Connolly and the Fairfax Board of Supervisors are asking the federal government to open the I-66 ramps at Monument Drive and Stringfellow Road during the hours they are normally closed.
Fairfax County Supervisors have approved a master plan to use 80 acres of the former Lorton Prison grounds, and will soon open negotiations with a developer.
On WTOP's Hands Across the Potomac program, Montgomery County Council President Nancy Floreen said she didn't hit any problems until she hit the District line.
Fairfax County is just as interested as Montgomery County to see how the 'burbs stack up against each other.
Fairfax County Supervisor Sharon Bulova, a Democrat, is the first to announce her candidacy for supervisor chairman.