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Federal and California Tax Update Seminar
FEDERAL AND CALIFORNIA TAX UPDATE SEMINAR
December 13-13, 2018
The Federal and California Tax Update Seminar is a platform to understand the major new child and family credits, compare tax with loss of state tax deductions and AMT change, plan for alimony agreement changes, compare disaster losses and no casualty losses, and much more.

Nevada Digital Government Summit
NEVADA DIGITAL GOVERNMENT SUMMIT
December 13-13, 2018
The Nevada Digital Government Summit gathers public sector and private sector leaders to create an agenda designed to make that passion relevant and actionable to the state and local government organizations attending the summit. Participants tell us they use inspirational keynotes, leadership discu...

Arlington County


Arlington County local government is organized into departments that report to the County Manager, who is appointed by the County Board. Arlington Va., is a world-class residential, business and tourist location that was originally part of the “10 miles square” parcel of land surveyed in 1791 to be the Nation's Capital.

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Arlington County’s Historical Affairs and Landmark Review Board (HALRB) decided this week that further study of the Westover garden apartments is needed. The Board’s decision came in response to a resident petition requesting that the Westover National Register Historic District be considered for designation as a local historic district. The Board held a public hearing Nov. 30 as the first step in a historic designation review process. After hearing public comments from many speakers...
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The Arlington County Board today adopted a preliminary meeting schedule for 2017 that includes holding its 2017 Organizational Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 3, the first business day of 2017.  Because New Year’s Day falls on Sunday in 2017, Monday, Jan. 2 is a federal holiday. The decision changes a long-standing Board tradition of starting its work on New Year’s Day or, when New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday, on Monday, Jan. 2. “We can try it this year and see what everyo...
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The Arlington County Board on Wednesday, Nov. 9, finalized its Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Guidance to the County Manager, calling on him to build a budget that continues current services within the existing tax rate. The Manager reported that the County’s budget gap could grow from the $5.4 million he projected in October to $7.4 million-$10.4 million, due to Metro’s recently revised cost projections. Metro, is projecting a funding gap of $290 million for FY 2018, due to declining rider...
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(CORRECTION 11/22/2016): Due to an editing error, an earlier version of this release inadvertently left out that under the terms of the agreement reached with the Department of Justice, Abreham Zemedagegehu will receive a $250,000 payment. We regret the omission.) Sheriff agrees to change policies, practices to fully comply with ADA. Substantial changes already implemented The Arlington County Sheriff’s Office has amended its policies and practices to ensure full compliance with the Americ...
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Visitors spent a record $3.06 billion in Arlington in 2015, an increase of nearly 3 percent over 2014, data released by the U.S. Travel Association shows. Arlington tourism generated $86 million in local tax receipts and $115 million in state revenues for County and Commonwealth coffers. Arlington also remained No.1 among Virginia counties for tourism economic impact, a position it has held since 2009. “It is gratifying to see such strong performance from this vital sector of Arlington&rsq...
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The Arlington County Board today accepted the County Manager’s recommendation to put a temporary fire station on the Wilson School site, after extensive public engagement and examination of two dozen potential sites. “This was a very tough decision for the Board,” Arlington County Board Chair Libby Garvey said. “And we know that there will be members of the community who are disappointed. I think everyone will agree, however, that we listened to the community’s conc...
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The Arlington County Board today moved to preserve 68 affordable apartments in the Westover neighborhood, approving a $10.9 million Affordable Housing Investment Fund allocation to the non-profit Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH). The loan and associated documents will be considered by the Board in December. APAH will use the proposed loan to help it buy market-rate units within eight apartment buildings. The affordable housing developer intends to renovate the units and guaran...
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The Arlington County Board today took a step toward regulating short-term residential rentals through online platforms such as Airbnb, Craigslist and others, directing the County Manager to develop a proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment and a community outreach plan to address the issue. The Board will consider a Request to Advertise for public hearings on the proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment at its Oct. 15, 2016 meeting and will hold a public hearing and vote on the issue at its December 10, ...
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The Arlington County Board today approved $4.7 million in funding for six new Neighborhood Conservation projects. The approved projects include street improvements, streetlights, a park, and a neighborhood sign. The projects, submitted by residents and endorsed by civic associations, are qualified by staff, then evaluated by the Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Committee (NCAC) before coming to the County Board for approval. The NCAC considered 30 projects at its June 9, 2016 meeting and decid...
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The Arlington County Board today paved the way for a new pedestrian bridge to be built that will span Wilson Boulevard and connect the redeveloped Ballston Quarter to an existing pathway that leads to the Ballston Metrorail station. The Board voted 5 to 0 to approve a site plan amendment and an encroachment over Wilson Boulevard to allow for the new pedestrian bridge, which will connect the redeveloped Ballston Quarter to the Ballston Metrorail station via Wilson Boulevard.
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EVENTS

Federal and California Tax Update Seminar
FEDERAL AND CALIFORNIA TAX UPDATE SEMINAR
December 13-13, 2018
The Federal and California Tax Update Seminar is a platform to understand the major new child and family credits, compare tax with loss of state tax deductions and AMT change, plan for alimony agreement changes, compare disaster losses and no casualty losses, and much more.

ATARC Federal Technology Modernization Summit
ATARC FEDERAL TECHNOLOGY MODERNIZATION SUMMIT
December 13-13, 2018
This educational, one-day symposium, which is free to government and academia, will discuss the ecosystem of IT Modernization within the Federal Government, including the Congressional Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act, the GSA Centers of Excellence, IT Category Management, and the Report ...