It only took about ten days for the Falls Church housing market to spring back from its Covid-19 winter lull, though the lack of mid-tier homes available has revealed a year-over-year decrease in sales price.
Author: Patricia Leslie
Local libraries’ physical doors may be shut since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, but their virtual doors are seeing plenty of “foot traffic” at all hours of the day in the City of Falls Church and surrounding areas.
Toy Nest and Harbor Freight Tools are two new Falls Church businesses weathering the Covid-19 tempest with the same gusto after they held their grand openings last month, but both had to traverse different paths due to how they’re judged as essential and non-essential businesses.
A medical director for Kaiser Permanente estimates its Falls Church center will have enough beds, supplies, and staff to meet the demands of Covid-19 patients as Virginia heads towards its peak of the crisis.
For a fee of $5 for once a month service or $10 for two monthly pickups on the first and/or third Wednesdays, these environmentalists will pick up the glass disposed by City dwellers and cart it to the Falls Church Recycling Center on Gordon Road.
The message is what’s important here, she explains, not the messenger.
Whether a buyer seeks a 15- or 30-year mortgage is based on their plan for their life, but both present unique advantages that should be hammered out before committing to one over the other.
Fifteen local students from the McGrath Morgan Academy of Irish Dance participated in the contest this past April which regularly draws 5,000 dancers and 25,000 spectators from around the world who compete in various events.
If the City of Falls Church had a short-term lodging policy, it might be earning revenue just like the City of Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax County have collected for their treasuries with their new short-term regulations.
“I just felt it was the time to go, age-wise as well, just to be on the safe side,” Janet Haines said. “I feel fine and I’m healthy, but it’s just one of those things. I just thought maybe it was time to stop.”