CLAY CAFE STUDIO’S 6th Annual Family Fundraiser to benefit the Falls Church Homeless Shelter was a huge success. Family, friends, community leaders and business owners joined together in an evening of camaraderie and painting pottery for the two-hour event on Dec. 6. Clay Cafe is donating all of their profits […]
Transportation funding depends on 7 Northern Virginians
Budget Time As we prepare for the holiday season and the approaching new year, the activity in Richmond is picking up. But, the sugar plums there have dollar signs on them.
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.
Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of September 28.
F.C. Council Mulls New ‘Sub-Standard Lot’ Housing Fix Shunning previous attempts to tinker with property rights, the Falls Church City Council gained an informal consensus at a work session Tuesday night to an entirely new approach to limit oversized residential development on small lots in the City.
To What End? You may not realize it, but the Virginia General Assembly is still in special session, although we have not had a session in some weeks.
Transportation update On Monday, the House Finance Committee met to consider what actions to take on several transportation funding bills. The bills included measures to allow regional financing mechanisms for Tidewater and Northern Virginia.