Huge Package Of Legislation Comes Monday A sweeping package of six ordinances and resolutions encompassing all the necessary components for the launch of the long-awaited new Falls Church City Center will come to the City Council for a round of preliminary votes this Monday.
Glen Gary’s Parlor Magic, Wednesdays and Fridays, The Westin Hotel
Two of the City’s transportation legislative priorities have either been accomplished or are well on the way. Red light running cameras, important to our city’s safety, have been reauthorized. Meanwhile, there is strong hope for breaking the decade long impasse on funding that has imperiled our transportation infrastructure. In both […]
Legislative Albatross It has been 12 days since the 2007 General Assembly session adjourned after 46 days. In this “short session,” 1,551 bills and resolutions were approved.
Thursday, the new 110th Congress will be sworn in. Led by Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi, the first woman Speaker in history, Democrats are poised to tackle a number of issues in the first 100 hours directly impacting the American people.
In the historic election of 2006, voters entrusted a new majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. With their votes, the American people asked for change. They cast their ballots in favor of a New Direction.
The Iraq Study Group (ISG) released its long-awaited report on Iraq two weeks ago, calling the situation, “grave and deteriorating.” As expected, the ISG’s recommendations contrasted dramatically with the views of the President and his administration.
Matthew Girard’s ‘Mermaids, Freaks and Burlesque Girls; Coney Island Lives Again’ through February 28, 2007 at Black & White custom Photo and Digital Lab, 1916 Wilson Blvd., Suite 201, Arlington, Va. On view during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., or after hours by […]
A key, final component of what emerged last summer as a comprehensive legislative package aimed at severely restricting over-sized development on residential lots in the City of Falls Church went down in flames Monday night, ending what many had come to consider a crusade to “deprive of citizen property rights.”