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Arlington County Parking Decals Up For Vote

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By Pat Brogan

People who live in Arlington County, Virginia now have the chance to pick the design of the new parking decal.

There are four designs to choose from and include the Pentagon Memorial, the Virginia Square metro sign, the W&OD Trail and the county flag.

Every resident is allowed one vote, and the winning design will be displayed on the estimated 155,000 stickers to be mailed out in the summer. For more information, go to the Arlington County website.


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