As Tuesday’s historic election returns will translate into Democratic majorities in the Virginia House of Delegates and the State Senate come January, the City of Falls Church’s annual laundry list of legislative priorities has suddenly taken on a new level of significance.
All four incumbents won handily in Tuesday’s City of Falls Church City Council and School Board elections and their success was touted as a “vote of confidence” for the direction they and their colleagues have taken the City in the last four or more years.
All four incumbents won handily in Tuesday’s City of Falls Church City Council and School Board elections and their success was touted as a “vote of confidence.”
Falls Church voters returned Mayor David Tarter and Council members Phil Duncan and Letty Hardi to the City Council while School Board incumbent Phil Reitinger successfully defended his seat and will be joined by Susan Dimock and Laura Downs, elected to the Board for the first time.
Today, citizens in the City of Falls Church will head to the polls, facing an important local election with three City Council and School Board seats up for grabs on the ballot.
The Wilson Blvd. bridge in Seven Corners that crosses over Route 50 will be closed for eight hours starting tonight at 9 p.m. for bridge deck work.
The now-negated absentee ballots didn’t have former Republican candidate Paul Bolon listed when they were mailed due to Bolon’s unexpected death following a campaign event in early August.
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, issued the following statement today after the House voted to pass H. Res. 660, which establishes procedures for open hearings as part of the impeachment investigation: “Today the House voted to let […]
Homeowner and operator Cat Tallant prefers to stick with the classics — ghosts, ghouls and goblins — rather than focus on the blood & guts kind of horror, but she does warn that the attraction may be too scary for young children.
The Falls Church City Council is looking for seven volunteers to join its newly-created Stormwater Task Force, which will update and prioritize the list of stormwater improvement projects in the City’s Watershed Management Plan.