Surprising observers throughout the region, the City of Falls Church adopted its coming fiscal year budget Monday by a unanimous vote that raised the residential real estate tax by a mere two cents. The $76,427,560 Fiscal Year ’09 budget fully funds the School Board request and will actually cost the […]
Despite Fiscal Pinch, Tax Bill Will Go Down The Falls Church City Council will vote Monday to finalize its budget for the coming fiscal year beginning July 1, and last minute revisions will reduce the tax rate from an earlier-projected three-cent rise to two cents.
Fairfax County’s FY 2009 budget was marked up on Monday, with formal adoption scheduled for the regular Board of Supervisors meeting on April 28. In her remarks that set the context for this year’s deliberations, Budget Chairman Sharon Bulova (D-Braddock) reminded the Board that the current fiscal issues are similar […]
Chamber Leaders Urge F.C. to Cut Business Taxes The City of Falls Church’s business community was struck this week by a report from the local Chamber of Commerce executive director Sally Cole that five small retail businesses and franchises have either closed, are moving out of the City, or […]
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