Fairfax County Supervisor Linda Smyth withstood a stiff challenge in a Democratic primary Tuesday to virtually ensure an election to a second term representing the Providence District. Smyth defeated Charles Hall with 54% of the vote Tuesday and no one has yet filed to contest her in the November general […]
Fairfax Water Files ‘Answer’ to F.C. Lawsuit Attorneys for the Fairfax Water Authority filed a former “answer” to the lawsuit filed in federal court by the City of Falls Church Monday, claiming that the City “enjoys no exclusive right” to sell its water in certain areas of Fairfax County. They […]
The City of Falls Church went into federal court in Alexandria today (Thurs., Feb. 22) to seek an injunction against what it calls “a declared intent and concerted efforts” by the Fairfax County Water Authority to customers located within the designated boundaries established as Falls Church Water System territory.
Pedestrian safety was the focus Monday as the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors proclaimed October as Pedestrian Safety Month. Improving pedestrian safety is an ongoing county initiative; Monday’s presentation was simply the formal recognition of efforts by county staff, public safety, and community members.