Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is in the process of preparing a formal request to the federal Small Business Administration to enable small businesses in Virginia to receive assistance through the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
Virginia’s U.S. Senator Mark Warner held a lengthy telephone briefing with members of the Virginia press today, stressing his resolve to make sure that federal relief measures in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and the “social distancing” measures being taken in the effort to mitigate its effects will be directed as working people first, and not just corporations or banks.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam today announced additional steps to help Virginians impacted by novel coronavirus (COVID-19), stop the spread of the virus in the Commonwealth, and protect public health. “Everyone must play a role to help flatten the curve and mitigate the spread of this virus, and that starts with […]
Taking the extraordinary step of casting an official vote during a work session last night, the Falls Church City Council issued a formal Declaration of Local Emergency in response to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus and the resulting Covid-19 disease.
City Manager Wyatt Shields unveiled his recommended Fiscal Year 2021 City and schools’ balanced operating budget calling for no tax rate increase while topping $100 million for the first time in the City’s history.
While numerous written and verbal cautionary statements have been sent out to date by the Falls Church city government and schools, and while there is behind-the-scenes planning, so far no events have been cancelled or modified here as a result of what has now been declared as a global pandemic of the spread of the potentially fatal coronavirus.
Let us make no mistake about it, the sudden and extraordinary surge in just the last 11 days that has propelled the campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden into an almost insurmountable lead toward the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination counts as a national revolt against Trump.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields unveiled his recommended Fiscal Year 2021 City and schools’ balanced operating budget calling for no tax rate increase while topping $100 million for the first time in the City’s history.
The 4.3 acre Founders Row mixed-use project now coming out of the ground at West Broad and N. West Streets may be augmented with a two-acre “phase two” right across the street.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s rise from the dead to take a decisive lead in the delegate count leading to the Democratic nomination for president this summer has been breathtaking, and very rare on the political landscape.