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 […]
Letters to the Editor: December 11 – 17, 2014 News-Press UVA Editorial Was Shrill, Mean-Spirited Editor, The...
Letters to the Editor: December 4 – 10, 2014 Saslaw Should’ve Spoken Sooner on UVA ‘Coverup’ Editor, I...
Letters to the Editor: November 27 – December 3, 2014 Why Does FCNP Think RV Owners Are Victims? Editor, In...
Letters to the Editor: November 20 – 26, 2014 Proposed Trailer/RV Parking Ordinance is an Overreach Editor, Thank you for the article last week about the proposed trailer/RV parking ordinance slated for approval November 24. The proposed ordinance is overreaching and Council should delay passage. My specific concern involves […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: November 13 – 19, 2014 F.C. Should Consider Park Space in New 40-Acre Area Editor, I thought very highly of City of Falls Church planner Paul Stoddard’s guest commentary on city parks in last week’s News-Press. This is an interesting topic on a number of levels […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: October 30 – November 5, 2014 Treasurer & Finance Office Are Different Departments Editor, I was shocked to read the Guest Commentary by Chris Johnson in the October 23-29 Falls Church News-Press. I would hope that one seeking an elected office would at least know what the […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: October 23 – 29, 2014 Treasurer Candidate Got Facts Wrong at Forum Editor, I am a supporter for the election of Jody Acosta for city treasurer. We are always lucky to live in this city and meet some great people, raising their families but who […]Read more ›
F.C. PTA Presidents Urge ‘Yes’ Referendum Vote Editor, On behalf of all Falls Church City School PTAs, we unanimously support the November 4 referendum for Mt. Daniel Elementary. The $15.6 million expansion is sorely needed, long overdue and will help balance our schools’ populations. Why do we need it? Simple: […]Read more ›
Origins of Falls Church City Aren’t So Noble Editor, Susan Kearney, in her September 18, 2014 Guest Commentary “The Capital Allocation Process & Our Schools” seemed to base her essay on the premise that, as she put it, ‘Given that the city was founded on a platform of better education […]Read more ›