In order to maximize your profits at the poker table, your goal should be to play completely opposite of the way other players at the table perceive you. Simply put, if opponents label you a conservative player who never bluffs and only plays premium hands, you’ll do better playing aggressively […]
Brief tidbits of news from the Greater Falls Church area concerning govermental issues, including: Thorpe Asks Council to Mull New School Budget Policy Falls Church City Attorney Roy Thorpe Monday proposed to the F.C. City Council that it consider a charter change that would have a profound impact on how […]
There is a core skill that you need to master in order to do well at the poker table: the ability to sell. Figuring out the right amount to bet is one way to showcase this talent.
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.
Having sailed through a preliminary approval from the Falls Church City Council last week, Hekemian Company officials were slated to run the gamut of city advisory bodies this week, hopeful that their new plan for a large mixed-use project on the site of the old Pearson Funeral Home will continue […]
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.
Big Decisions Loom As City Center Set For Transformation The Falls Church City Council and Planning Commission gather at a joint work session at City Hall tonight to hear the latest assessment of how to best cope with the traffic consequences of the new City Center redevelopment. Ian Lockwood of […]
It’s becoming clearer now that the long-discussed transformation of the City of Falls Church’s downtown area is just around the corner. The north side of the first two or so blocks of W. Broad St. has yet to see the light of a specific development proposal, but on the south […]
Town Meeting on Saturday This Saturday, February 10, I will be holding a Town Meeting from 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Community Room at the Mason District Government Center, 6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale.
Next week the General Assembly returns to Richmond for the 2007 legislative session. The Session officially begins on Wednesday, January 10th, and is scheduled to end on February 24. Perhaps this year the session will end on time!