Housing Slump Hurts Fairfax Coffers

A potential budget shortfall of $120 million dollars has Fairfax County officials struggling to fund all of its government programs. The poor real estate market is driving down revenue to its lowest point in 15 years and accounts for most of the problem which could particularly affect county school budgets. A news story is in today's Metro section.

By Focus on Fairfax |  August 7, 2007; 9:32 AM ET  | Category:  Economy, Taxes , Government , Schools
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