Burger King is better for the City than an assisted living facility on Broad Street.
Falls Church News-Press Letters to the Editor: February 27 – March 5, 2014 City Must Address Tax Disparity Questions Editor, All...
F.C. Needs Officials Who Can Get Taxes Under Control Editor, Two measures of whether a municipal government is well...
Real Estate Assessment Tax Hike is ‘Baloney’ Editor, The 6% assessment jump in property values for City of Falls...
Virginia Gay Marriage Ban On Wrong Side of History Editor, The Fourteenth Amendment does not guarantee gays the right to marry. The Supreme Court has made it clear that the equal protection clause does not mean that governments must treat its citizens blindly. For instance, the Fourteenth Amendment does not […]Read more ›
Shocked at F.C. Road Conditions Last Weekend Editor, I was shocked to see how bad the streets in Falls Church were on Saturday compared to those in Arlington where I live (we’re down to pavement on all the side streets and have been for a couple of days because they […]Read more ›
‘Duck Dynasty Flap’ Ruffles Some Feathers Editor, I read Nicholas Benton’s anti-religious column, “The ‘Duck Dynasty’ Flap” (1 Jan 14). Wading through hysterical and irrelevant references to slavery, lynching, the Tea Party, gluttony, usury and Nazis it seems he simply didn’t like what Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson had to say […]Read more ›
City Engineer Says Coe Project Will Be ‘Win-Win’ Editor, In response to Cindy Chojnacky’s commentary last week, the Coe Branch Stream Restoration project is a win-win for residents, park visitors, and the environment. In short, the stream has suffered from erosion due to residential development over the past 50 years […]Read more ›
Library Study Represents Effort to Retain Status Quo Editor, Nick Benton did a great job of summarizing a complex discussion (and I love his opening sentence!) about the proposed library renovation and expansion. If I may add a couple additional important facts to the discussion: 1. Although many in this […]Read more ›
Falls Church Wasn’t Victim In ‘Water War’ Editor, The December 26 – January 1 News-Press editorial notes that the water wars began when Fairfax County violated an invisible and unratified “turf line.” (Invisible and unratified – how binding or even noticeable can that non-agreement possibly be?) Then Falls Church lost every […]Read more ›