It just may be remembered as a classic case of persistence, of a modern “Tortoise Versus the Hare” story.
The Mason District Fall Town Meeting won’t have presidential candidates in debate mode, or Tom Brokaw as moderator, or be televised coast-to-coast, but it should prove interesting to Mason District residents nonetheless.
The current membership of the Falls Church City Council will hold what may be its final official business meeting as a group this Monday, prior to the swearing in of new Council members and the election of a new mayor and vice-mayor on July 1. Current Council member David Chavern […]
What are the lessons to be learned from the latest round in the on-going but now imminently successful struggle by the Hekemian company to come up with a project for the old Pearson Funeral Home site on N. Washington St. that the City Council would like? The plan now has […]
Following unanimous Planning Commission approval, the Falls Church City Council will undoubtedly approve on Monday the purchase for $629,000 of a residential lot on S. Lee Street that it will designate for use as a portal into the undeveloped Hamlett-Rees parkland property behind it. It will also probably respond to […]
Craftsmen’s Classic Arts & Crafts Festival, Oct. 20, 21 and 22, Dulles Expo Center.
Frankly, we’re not the slightest bit engaged by the plight of well-to-do persons of privilege fighting to defend the pristine character of their residential neighborhoods.