New F.C. Ordinance Vs. Predatory Towing Delayed to Mid-November

A new ordinance constraining the practice of involuntary so-called “predatory tows” in the City of Falls Church was moved back from a final vote of approval by the Falls Church City Council this week from its Oct. 26 meeting until at least Nov. 16, it was reported at last night’s Council meeting. This is because City officials and stakeholders parties, including representatives of shopping centers and businesses in the City, are now engaged in what are hoped to be fruitful talks about agreed-upon voluntary constraints on the practice, the Council was told.