Letters to the Editor: February 26 – March 4, 2015 Support Our School Staff & Keep Them Here in F.C. Editor, Alarm bells rang for me when I read one detail about some of the FY 2016 budget scenarios for our Falls Church City Public Schools: Certain versions of […]
Letters to the Editor: February 19 – 25, 2015 We Absolutely Need a New High School in F.C. Editor, Lou...
Letters to the Editor: February 12 – 18, 2015 Absolutely No Need for New High School in F.C. Editor, I...
Letters to the Editor: February 5 – 11, 2015 If You Want a Pool, Build It Yourself Editor, While the rest...
Letters to the Editor: January 29 – February 4, 2015 Not Time to Spend $ on ‘Bright, Shiny’ Objects Editor, All of us who feel ownership with Falls Church also “mull sorely-needed quick fixes” that would benefit our City. The headline of the Falls Church News-Press January 22-28 issue announced […]Read more ›
City of Falls Church: January 22 – 28, 2015 Not Thrilled With Return of Gun Store to F.C. Editor, What a comfort it was to learn from your January 8 News Briefs that a firearms store, which was formerly located in the Bedo’s building, is once again opening on the […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: January 8 – 14, 2014 Some Historical Errors In Article on Moran Editor, I am writing to correct a few historical errors made in last week’s article on Jim Moran. Moran first ran for Alexandria City Council in 1979, not 1978. That was the first […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: January 1 – 7, 2014 F.C. Voters Favor Fully Funding the Schools Editor, I have been commenting upon – and otherwise involved with – debates in the community about school funding and economic development for just about 20 years. I read the letters in last week’s […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: December 25 – 31, 2014 Schools Exist Because of City, Not Other Way Around Editor, To follow up on my earlier letter concerning the Falls Church School System, the arrogance and superior attitude shown by the school administrators/board towards the Falls Church City Council demonstrates how […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: December 18 – 24, 2014 School Quality is Not Unique to City of F.C. Editor, Can commercial development provide funding for public construction in the amount of $138 million, or some $11,300 per person in the city, with no significant increase in the property tax […]Read more ›