Due to delays in a renovation of the Falls Green apartments (formerly Oakwood), the City of Falls Church’s Ward 2 polling place is moving to the F.C. Community Center for the upcoming Nov. 5 election.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields reported that the City’s stormwater prevention efforts are centered on protecting private property, homes and businesses, and that the effort is stymied by the need to recruit two engineers to work on the problem and by high costs of general contracting work, a problem for the entire region now due to its “heated economy.”
Residents of the City of Falls Church are likely to save over $30 million in reduced debt service payments owing to the top-notch AAA bond ratings the City has received from Wall Street late last week.
The idea originated last school year when the club’s former president, along with current officers such as senior co-president Fariha Tasneem, were looking to help Justice’s female students who experienced their period during school hours.
Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields vowed at Tuesday night’s F.C. City Council meeting that there will be a police presence on Noland Street in the City, one of its most notorious “cut through” traffic residential streets, Wednesday morning.
For the second consecutive year, the City has earned the highest credit rating from all three major bond rating agencies.
A rabid raccoon was euthanized by police last Friday near Lea Court and S. Spring St. in the City of Falls Church.
The tax law’s overhaul two years ago had some market observers believing it would splash cold water on the hot housing market by negating a unique perk of homeownership found in the Mortgage Interest Deduction. A New York Times story from August showed that wasn’t the case, with most markets nationwide continuing their steady growth in activity thanks to the increased standard deduction.
Ann Kress, president for a decade of the Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York for the last decade, has been chosen to become the new president of the Northern Virginia Community College system.
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.