Voting began this morning in the contest that will determine the design of Arlington’s 2015-2016 vehicle decal.
The winning decal will appear on more than 160,000 windshields next year.
The decals were designed by Arlington high school students. The four finalists above — entitled “Hats of Our Heroes,” “A Nod to History,” “Barcroft Community House” and “A Day at the Farmers’ Market” — were chosen from 113 student entries.
The student behind the winning entry will receive $750 from John Marshall Bank. The other three finalists will receive $500.
Arlington residents can vote for their favorite on the county website. Voting closes at midnight on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015.
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