Face-Off Sharpens Contrast Between CBC Slate, Others In the first of two faceoffs before the May 6 City of Falls Church municipal election, six candidates vying to fill three seats on the City Council debated the best pathways to a sustainable future last night.
Cite Impact on Taxes, Schools Of a ‘Yes’ Vote Fearful of the negative fiscal and quality-of-life impacts on the City of Falls Church that would occur if a charter-change referendum on the City’s May 6 ballot were to pass, leaders of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce moved swiftly […]
While promising the City of Falls Church will provide free wireless Internet access over all its 2.2 square miles by the end of this year, Mayor Robin Gardner announced her plans on New Year’s Day to seek re-election in May.
And we thought that parity talk only pertained to college football.
Going into next Tuesday’s Virginia statewide elections, both candidates running to fill the shoes of retiring Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Robert Horan have said publicly that they will revisit a criminal investigation into the June 2005 shooting death of Falls Church city native Jack Stephen “Steve” Cornejo.
Patrick McDade, a candidate for Commonwealth’s Attorney of Fairfax County in this November’s election, vowed a fresh review if elected of the case for a criminal prosecution in the 2005 shooting death of popular Falls Church resident Steve Cornejo. McDade made the promise this week in a letter published on […]
In Exclusive ‘State Of City’ Interview With News-Press Expanding the ability of the City of Falls Church to attract outside dollars to shore up its economy and tax base is a key objective for Mayor Robin Gardner.
An editorial in last week’s News-Press proposing a swap of assets and real estate between the City of Falls Church and Fairfax County drew strong reactions this week from quarters on both sides of the jurisdictional boundaries.
Falls Church City Councilman Dave Snyder may have thought he was serving the public interest, but in his comments regarding, in particular, City Manager Wyatt Shields in last week’s Council meeting, preceding his “no” vote on Shields’ compensation package, he came across like a schoolyard bully.
F.C. Back in Court Vs. Fairfax Water ‘Cherry Picking’ Refusing to take “no” for an answer, City of Falls Church officials filed an appeal in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday to overturn a ruling two weeks ago by a judge to dismiss its suit against Fairfax County’s water […]