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Fire Marshal’s Office Monitoring Crowds At Local Bars

As it does on New Year’s Eve and Halloween, the Arlington County Fire Marshal’s office has sent staff out to a number of local bars to monitor building occupancy.

About a dozen fire marshal’s office personnel have spread out across the area to make sure St. Patrick’s Day crowds don’t get out of hand.

So far we haven’t heard of any problems.

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