The battle to attract the new FBI headquarters is blossoming.
The Examiner reports that Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in Virginia endorsed a site adjacent to the Franconia/Springfield Metro station as a potential new location. The current FBI building in D.C. on Pennsylvania Avenue NW, several blocks from the Capitol, is crumbling and too small to accommodate all the employees, who are spread out in different facilities.
Other suburbs competing for the building are Prince George’s County in Maryland, just outside D.C., and Loudoun County, in Virginia, which is considered an outer county of D.C.
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