At its work session Monday night, the Falls Church City Council learned of aggressive efforts locally to help the most vulnerable citizens and smallest businesses for which even a $2,000 micro grant can make a huge difference for keeping doors open.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
Lost in this wretched mess has been one of the more significant gains in political manifestations of progressive values bubbling up from the ongoing great national grassroots insurgency spoiling to roust out Trump and the GOP Senate majority in a huge way this fall.
Ready to go through a formal approval process as soon as possible is the 2.3-acre Broad and Washington project of the Insight Group, who resubmitted their plan, a revised one, this week, and is eager to move ahead.
F.C. Schools Superintendent Peter Noonan told the School Board at its online meeting Tuesday night that adjustments to the schools’ budget will also not include any layoffs of current personnel.
The Falls Church City Council voted to extend the June 5 deadline for one of the City’s two real estate tax collections to July 6 as a gesture to help the City’s small business community. The extension will apply to residential real estate taxpayers, as well.
Long-time Falls Church resident and civic activist Sara Fitzgerald reveals a rich literary side with a novel about a long and painful love story rooted in the true lives of poet T.S. Eliot and his first love.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Sunday signed a spate of new laws passed by the Democratic-controlled state legislature earlier this year and now set to go into effect on July 1 that repeal racist and discriminatory language from Virginia’s Acts of Assembly, give localities the ability to remove or alter Confederate monuments in their communities, and begin the process of replacing Virginia’s statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in the United States Capitol.
There are expected to be new ordinances for consideration to loosen some zoning requirements for struggling local businesses.
The formidable Jim Cramer, market analyst and commentator on CNBC, was very conflicted Wednesday morning in a manner totally unlike his usual strident and confident manner.
The Falls Church City Council met virtually, online, last night to deliberate on how to exercise its commitment to the safety and wellbeing of the Falls Church public, and how to move forward in this terrible and uncertain time.