Didn’t Attend Because Nothing Will Change Editor, In response to your comment that the low turnout to the City Council’s town meeting was probably due to Falls Church City residents “fundamentally trust their elected officials and paid staff to do the right thing”; I couldn’t disagree with you more.
News Falls Church Arts is offering businesses a chance to participate in Gallery Without Walls.
Says Making Falls Church Pedestrian Friendly is Key Editor, The Jan. 29 edition of your newspaper reported (yet another) economic development initiative in the form of giving the City a brand-name identity as an additional means of marketing us to developers, businesses, consumers, and homebuyers.
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.
Moran Convenes Urgent Meeting Of Area Leaders Facing the loss of over 1,000 Northern Virginia county and local government jobs in the coming budget cycle, area officials are scrambling to prepare a response to the federal government’s massive stimulus package that will swiftly infuse a combination of funds and tax […]
ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 16 – At an urgency-called meeting with local government officials in his eighth district of Northern Virginia, Rep. Jim Moran laid out how $500 billion in federal economic stimulus funds will be rushed to infuse the withering national economy with job-creating infrastructure and related projects.
‘Riders’ Take the Stage at the Alden As part of the Alden Theatre’s Professional Artist Series, Riders in the Sky will perform on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 2 p.m., and again at 8 p.m.
Each autumn, Fairfax County adopts a legislative package of requests to the Virginia General Assembly for possible action in the winter session in Richmond.
The fiscal health of our nation is hurting. But as badly as we have mismanaged the economy, however, we have been even worse trustees of the environment.
Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine’s proposal to cut state funding for K-12 education this week comes on top of shortfalls in funds generated at the local jurisdictional level, and augers some of the most severe school budget cuts for the coming fiscal year seen in memory.