Five former mayors of the City of Falls Church, in two letters to the News-Press published in this edition, joined six members of the current City Council, including the current mayor, to urge voters to vote “No” on the charter-change referendum on the City’s municipal election ballot Tuesday.
Opponents to the ill-conceived referendum on the May 4 ballot in the City of Falls Church received strong support from a nationally-prominent expert in municipal policy this week.
South Capitol Street Transformation
Two events will give the seven candidates running to fill three Falls Church City Council seats an opportunity to face off prior to the May 6 election, it was announced this week.
Former Vice Mayor Sam Mabry announced this week that despite qualifying for the City of Falls Church’s May 6 City Council election ballot, he will not run for a third term after all.
Wants Campaign in F.C. ‘Based on the Facts’
March 13 – 19, 2008
Two years ago, many citizens were disappointed when the City of Falls Church held its first uncontested election for City Council in two decades. This year, as the filing deadline passed Tuesday, no less than eight candidates have filed to compete for three Council seats, making it the most heavily […]
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.
The City of Falls Church was greeted with good news on the first day of 2008, when Mayor Robin Gardner chose the day to announce her plans to seek a third term on the Falls Church City Council, dragging the News-Press away from TV’s college football marathon to issue her […]