At a ceremony at Mount Vernon on Tuesday, I was honored to receive, along with Senator Ralph Northam of Norfolk, the Legislator of the Year Award from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
BJ’s On ‘Fast-Track’ to F.C. Location
The Falls Church Planning Commission was told at a work session in City Hall Monday that BJ’s Wholesale Warehouse is “on a fast track” to get its planned new F.C. location up and running on Wilson Blvd., and that’s why they’re being “very cooperative” with the City’s Planning Staff in […]
BJs Wholesalers on a “Fast Track” to Get F.C. Location Built
The Falls Church Planning Commission was told at a work session in City Hall tonight that BJ’s Wholesale Warehouse is “on a fast track” to get its planned new F.C. location up and running, and that’s why they’re being “very cooperative” with the City’s Plannning Staff in meeting the staff’s […]
Letters to the Editor for the Week of January 29 – February 4, 2009
Hails Service of 3 Veteran F.C. Planners Editor, I am writing to extend my sincerest thanks to Maureen Budetti, Suzanne Fauber and Christine Sanders for their many years of intelligent, thoughtful service on the Planning Commission.
Letters to the Editor for January 8 – 14, 2009
Lippman Was Referring to Different Meeting Editor, In your December 31, 2008 story on the City Council’s vote to fill the seats of the four Planning Commissioners whose terms were expiring, you apparently misunderstood a key part of my remarks.
Letters to the Editor for th Week of January 1 – 7, 2009
Planners’ Role Not To Overturn Council Decisions Editor, I am writing in response to the Planning Commission’s decision on December 8 decision to deny the site plan for the proposed City Center South Apartments.
Falls Church News Briefs
Kaine Cuts Will Cost F.C. Schools $465,825 Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine’s proposed overall seven percent cut in state aid to local public school districts in the coming year will cost Fairfax County $48 million, and for the City of Falls Church, the school district will get $465,825 less than expected, […]
F.C. Council Returns Only 1 to Planning Commission
Rodgers Re’d Up, 3 Other Seats Go to Newcomers Only one of four members of the current Falls Church Planning Commission whose seats were up for reappointment this month was voted back to another four-year term by the F.C. City Council at a special meeting Tuesday night.
Falls Church News Briefs
F.C. Council to Make Planner Appointments Monday The Falls Church City Council has called a special meeting for this Monday night, Dec. 22, for the purposes of making appointments to the Planning Commission for four terms that expire Dec. 31.
Editorial: F.C.’s Greatest Grinch Moment?
“If you continually give, you will continually have.” Who said that? We at the News-Press don’t know, but we have it printed on a fortune cookie that’s been taped to the wall in our office.