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Local Democrats Divided Over Expunging Criminal Records — “House Democrats and Senate Democrats are deadlocked over how people accused of minor crimes should be able to clear their records, a clash that has stalled action for now on one of the most important criminal-justice reform efforts on the agenda for Democrats now that they have seized control of the General Assembly.” [Alexandria Gazette]

Personal Property Taxes Due Next Week — “The City of Alexandria reminds taxpayers that 2020 Vehicle and Business Personal Property Taxes are due December 15. City Council extended the Personal Property Tax due dates until December 15, 2020 to provide vehicle and business owners with additional time to pay.” [Patch]

Port City Founder Warns Excise Tax Rate Increases Could be Final Blow to Small Breweries — “I talked to the founder of Port City Brewing Company in Alexandria, Virginia, and he told me he used his tax cut savings to start offering retirement benefits to his full-time employees. If his taxes go up, he’s going to have to start cutting back on those benefits.” [Yahoo]

Zebra Compiles List of Restaurants With Outdoor Heating — “Don’t let winter cold stop you from your favorite restaurant around town. Many restaurants have installed heaters to make your outdoor dining more comfortable.” [Zebra]

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Bonchon Chicken opens new Alexandria restaurant — “South Korean chicken chain opens its first restaurant in the City of Alexandria.” [Alexandria Living Magazine] George Washington Birthday Parade on Feb. 21…

Just hours before a Joint City Council/School Board Subcommittee meeting, new Alexandria City Manager Jim Parajon spoke with Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent Gregory Hutchings, Jr. Parajon, who started work…

Alexandria is hoping to cut back on the noise nuisance from leafblowers and street buskers. At a Waterfront Commission meeting last week, city staff discussed changes made to the noise…

A 40-year-old Alexandria man suspected of participating in a drive-by shooting in the West End earlier this month was released on bond shortly after being booked in the Alexandria jail….

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