Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Thursday, April 11.
Fairfax County is considering creating a taxpayer-funded legal defense fund for immigrants who are facing deportation proceedings. In Fairfax, six in 10 likely voters approve of the county using funds to help immigrants in deportation proceedings. (The Washington Post)
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors has approved the purchase of 17.68 acres to build a commuter parking garage, which will have 1,414 parking spaces and is expected to open in 2023. The location is near Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center. (InsideNoVA)
Victor Angry will be sworn into office on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors on Thursday, becoming the first person of color to be elected to the board. (NBC 4 Washington)
The Virginia General Assembly’s plan to improve I-95 will not include additional taxes or tolls, according to transportation officials. (WTOP)