In a statement released this afternoon, the Falls Church City Council has announced its plans to retain an “outside expert on municipal finance and governance” to provide “an independent assessment of the City’s financial policy procedures and practices.”
Falls Church School Board Vice Chair Joan Wodiska, whose day job is as director of an education committee for the National Governor’s Association, had the final word at a lengthy and stress-filled joint work session of the F.C. City Council and School Board by reminding them that the stunning revenue […]
Faced with an unexpected $4 million net budget shortfall from the Fiscal Year 09 budget ending last June 30, Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields told the News-Press in an exclusive interview prior to tonight’s joint City Council-School Board work session that he feels “it may be possible” to fix […]
According to a report to the Falls Church City Council from the City’s Chief Financial Officer John Touhy placed on the City’s web site Friday, Falls Church came in a whopping $4 million short of net revenue projection for the budget year that ended June 30. This remarkable number, in a total budget […]
An on-line blog reported today that documents issued to Falls Church City Council members Friday, which city officials hoped would be be held in confidence until Monday, were apparently leaked that indicate a startling $4 million net revenue shortfall, out of a total budget of $66 million, for the Fiscal Year […]
The City of Falls Church has an issued a release to remind residents that personal property tax payments must be made by Monday, Oct. 5.
The Falls Church City Council voted 6-1 at Wednesday night’s meeting to move forward with a second reading of a proposed towing ordinance, which would deter predatory towing in the City of Falls Church given four amendments to the City’s standing regulation.
McLean High School senior Jessi Ende resembles your average high-school student at the seams, sipping from a mug outside Starnut Gourmet during our interview and beaming as she talked about where her college plans might take her.
“Skinny people can’t be trusted.” So read the sign above Chef Leland Atkinson at last month’s Falls Church Farmer’s Market Chef Series presentation.
Current Year’s Gap May Call for Cuts Now Falls Church Vice Mayor Hal Lippman confirmed this week that the city faces a shortfall in its current fiscal year budget that is “greater than last year’s,” although he would not indicate by how much.