Arlington looks to add more ‘granny flats’ to boost housing Inc.'s second headquarters is coming, and Arlington County is looking to add more housing where it can find it. In this case, in your backyard.

The County Board is scheduled to vote on changes to the regulations covering detached accessory dwelling units Saturday.

If approved, the measure could increase the number of rental units across the county. That could be of particular interest and importance in Aurora Highlands and Arlington Ridge, two neighborhoods within walking (or at least…

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