Monday’s work session of the Falls Church City Council became a little testy when Councilman Dan Sze challenged an otherwise innocuous proposed update to the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
That’s how I prefer to look at prospects for the Game of the Real World 2019, too, in which we are, for better or worse, far from our final episode. Ironically, it was the very real Abraham Lincoln who invoked one of my favorite sayings, “You are just about as happy as you make up your mind to be.
Don Beyer became the first member of the Virginia congressional delegation to make this call, as the total number of Democrats advocating that approach came into double digits in the last days.
U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer Jr., who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, called on the U.S. Congress to open an impeachment inquiry into the conduct of President Trump on Tuesday. Rep. Don Beyer issued the following statement: “The time has come for […]
Comey crushed Trump in his remarks, which were clear, measured and straightforward, making the case that an amoral person with “corrupt intent” like Trump should not be leading this country.
Following the approval granted by the Falls Church City Council the night before, the Falls Church School Board voted 7-0 Tuesday to authorize Superintendent Peter Noonan to ink the first of two “guaranteed maximum price” contracts to ensure that construction of an all-new, state-of-the-art George Mason High School will commence with a groundbreaking ceremony on June 14.
As expected following the approval granted by the Falls Church City Council the night before, the Falls Church School Board voted 7-0 to authorize Superintendent Peter Noonan to ink the first of two “guaranteed maximum price” contracts with the development team of Gilbane, Stantec and Quinn Evans to ensure that […]
The Falls Church City Counci, approved the signing of a comprehensive agreement with the team of EYA, PN Hoffman and Regency to move ahead with the development of more than 1.3 million square feet of mixed uses at the City’s far west end.
D-Days, deadline days, arrive next Monday and Tuesday for the City of Falls Church and its school system to sign critical documents permitting the complicated process to proceed on schedule for the immediate two-part development of the 34 acres where George Mason High School now sits.
History will remember this period not so much for the by now almost boring rehearsal of the personal moral, ethical and legal shortcomings of this corrupt and compromised individual, but for all those, knowing better, who have become his partners in crime.