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Topic - J. Walter Tejada
Deep-blue Arlington County is expected this week to approve a lean legislative package for the 2012 General Assembly in a state Capitol likely to be controlled completely by Republicans.
Montgomery County will not follow Prince William and Loudoun counties in denying public services to illegal aliens, but neither will the county enact any sanctuary policies, County Executive Isiah "Ike" Leggett said yesterday.
Despite there never being enough parking, "that's the nature of our urban setting that we have," said J. Walter Tejada, chairman of the Arlington County Board.
"We want to encourage this type of activity, so that customers have that choice," he added.