Unanimous Result Achieved in Late Night Deliberation The push for the development of a new City Center in downtown Falls Church took a giant leap forward Monday night, when a diminished City Council, only four members present, voted unanimously to give final approval to a revamp of the City’s […]
Preparing for stepping up its activity as this November’s election approaches, the Falls Church chapter of the League of Women Voters welcomed Nancy Tate, the executive director at the League’s U.S. headquarters in Washington, D.C., to speak at its monthly meeting last week.
A Penny For Your Thoughts: The News of Greater Falls Church
It is difficult to distill the job of an elected official to a few simple slogans. In Fairfax County, members of the Board of Supervisors have responsibility for a vast array of policies and services that affect our everyday lives. The Supervisor’s office is the first line of response to […]
Big Package of Restrictions on F.C. Residential Building Finally Dies
A key, final component of what emerged last summer as a comprehensive legislative package aimed at severely restricting over-sized development on residential lots in the City of Falls Church went down in flames Monday night, ending what many had come to consider a crusade to “deprive of citizen property rights.”