I took a keen interest in all of this in the wake of the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan in 1981, and my research quickly brought me to what I think would have been an appropriate hypothesis.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
The target date for launching the next critical phase of the major development at the City of Falls Church’s west end is looming large, and includes some nail-biting concern for meeting contract agreements by the time the big day of Wednesday, May 15 arrives.
Typical of Trump and his types, the momentary perceived vulnerability was exploited to jump onto an offensive, like that moment when a cat looks the other way so that it can be grabbed, nailed to a garage door and set on fire.
Speaking before a surprisingly large turnout of over 200 at a town hall at Edison High School in Franconia Tuesday night, U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer Jr., a Democrat who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, said he’s “confident” the full report submitted […]
With a budget coming in at just under $100 million with no tax rate, the Council is now compelled to cough up an extra $350,000 for last minute “change orders” to complete the $13.35 million City Hall renovation.
After Monday’s “first reading” vote, the Council will be unable to increase, but could decrease, the tax rate before voting its final approval of the FY20 budget, which is expected to occur on April 22.
Important changes in the Falls Church City Public Schools bringing considerable savings to taxpayers are in the works.
This is not a pretty picture, and if you think that all his allies would scurry to leave him standing alone, think again.
As expected, Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields Monday night presented his recommended Fiscal Year 2020 operating budget to the F.C. City Council that comes in just shy of $100 million.
For the first time last Friday night, the City of Falls Church’s downtown was graced with an institutional LGBTQ presence.