Still No Face-To-Face Talks As Row Grows The chairman of the board of the Fairfax County Water Authority shot back at the City of Falls Church with a sharply-worded letter this week, responding to an exclusive Q and A with F.C. City Manager Wyatt Shields in last week’s News-Press.
Nearly every day brings news of trillion-dollar government interventions in the world’s economies.
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The housing and credit crisis has left no community untouched. Odds are someone in your neighborhood has already fallen behind on their mortgage payments. For those whose mortgages have not stretched their budgets past the point of breaking, it’s tempting to rest in the belief that your neighbor’s struggles are […]
Average Net Tax Drop Proposed By City Manager While the residential real estate crisis had led some surrounding Northern Virginia jurisdictions to grapple with the prospect of monstrous hikes in their real estate tax rates, the City of Falls Church will not be similarly impacted, City Manager Wyatt Shields […]
Education, job growth, a declining housing market, and their effects on Fairfax County’s fiscal outlook dominated the first 2008 conversation between the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and the School Board on Monday. The two bodies have met occasionally throughout the past few years to address the revenue and construction […]
What happens, socially and politically, when the U.S. sinks into protracted economic malaise as many are now predicting? The chickens are coming home to roost on “The Era of Greed,” a 27-year time span that may earn its own chapter in future history books, running roughly from the election of […]
December 13 – 19, 2007
Increased Royalties May Leave Webcasters Broadcasting Only the Sounds of Silence, Though Congress May Still Intervene If you’re a bluegrass fan who tried to tune into the online stream BluegrassCountry.org on Tuesday, you wouldn’t have heard anything – anything except a message explaining why the stream is off the […]
It trumps by a considerable degree every other grizzly fact, incident or trend in the Iraq fiasco to date. The highly-credible survey published yesterday in the on-line edition of The Lancet reports that 654,965 Iraqis have died as the direct result of George Bush’s unilateral, unprovoked military invasion of a […]