Amid the impeachment turmoil in Washington, it is easy to forget that there are other persistent problems facing our nation. One of those languishing problems is homelessness.
This Monday, the Falls Church City Council will take up the issue of paying an additional $1,207,000 for completion of the City Hall renovation project, City staff having negotiated the agreed upon price with Hitt Construction
Fairfax County’s police department is considered one of the finest law enforcement agencies in the nation, but demographic changes in a jurisdiction of our size demand fresh approaches to crimes of opportunity, as well as expanding on traditional police services.
The Civil War brought more action, danger and death to Arlington than is commonly believed.
Two measures that failed to gain any traction in Richmond this session, otherwise destined for the history books as one of the most progressive in Virginia history, dealt with perhaps the single most critical issue of all: the grave shortage of affordable housing.
The difficulties with the highway safety measures are particularly concerning as we deal here with growing amounts of traffic and bad driving behavior.
You don’t need census data to know that our community is changing demographically.
Buy local, buy organic, but keep it convenient!
For the first time in what has seemed forever in the eyes of some of our local officials, the state government in Richmond is moving to provide some significant benefits to localities like the City of Falls Church.
We are speeding toward the halfway mark of the General Assembly. Feb. 11 is Crossover and all introduced bills in either chamber must be acted upon or left in the heart of the committee they have been assigned.