School Board Won’t Budge On Request Falls Church School Board chair Craig Cheney, in forceful remarks to the News-Press yesterday, said the only thing his board will bring to a showdown meeting with the City Council tonight is a defense of its standing budget request for the new fiscal year.
Surge May Soften City Manager Budget Prognosis Due Monday Eyeballs were popping around the Falls Church City Hall last week when officials started looking at City Assessor Mel Peterson’s new report showing that the value of commercial properties in the City soared by over 13% in the past year. This […]
No doubt you have been reading about the Republican transportation plan passed on the last day of the General Assembly session. On the whole, it’s much ado about nothing.
Transportation: one more chance
There is a clear and distinct “good news/bad news story” for the City of Falls Church as it enters the coming annual budget cycle, but it remains lost on City Hall, at least for the time being.
The Senate Finance Retreat was held in Staunton last week. Each year the committee meets to hear an overview of the Commonwealth’s fiscal state, revenue projections and the outlook for the budget.
Legislative Gridlock Having emerged from the just concluded Special Session of the General Assembly, I have been trying to figure out how best to explain to you what happened and what did not happen.