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City workers in Virginia Beach fight for a living wage

The Virginia Beach City Workers Union is headed to City Hall Tuesday evening to request that the Virginia Beach City Council pass a resolution in support of Collective Bargaining.

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A date with the wrecking ball could come this year for the former Linkhorn Park Elementary School. The vacant building on Laskin Road was recently approved to be sold by the Virginia Beach School Board. It was sold for $7 million to the Franklin Johnston group.
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Virginia Beach Police, firefighters and public works employees advocate for better pay

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Wednesday in Virginia Beach was the first opportunity for public input for the city’s proposed budget for the 2022-2023 Fiscal Year. Several employees who work in the city spoke out during the meeting, advocating for better pay.
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Tax dollars at work: Virginia Beach gives update on flood protection spending

Engineers and managers with Public Works updated city leaders on the stormwater and flood protection capital improvement program that is costing taxpayers more than half a billion dollars.

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