Tuesday night, the board of the Falls Church Housing Corporation voted to invest $500,000 toward moving the City Center South Senior Apartments plan forward despite mixed signals from the F.C. City Council the night before.
F.C. Citizens Group Mulls Changing Election Date Falls Church’s Citizens for a Better City (CBC) organization has slated a special public forum for tonight, Oct. 29, to obtain input on the merits, or lack thereof, of moving the date of municipal elections in the City of Falls Church from May […]
It’s no surprise vampire capes and plastic fangs are having their heyday this year at the 25-year-old, family-owned Economy Party Supplies shop in the City of Falls Church. And then there are the pig noses.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE Virginia Citizens Defense League, Philip Van Cleve, urged Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner to cancel her membership in the “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” at the F.C. City Council meeting. Shown behind him are some of the many others wearing stickers saying “Guns Save Lives” who […]
With only five members present (Mayor Robin Gardner and Councilman David Snyder absent), the Falls Church City Council deferred votes on both the formation of a controversial new “Long-Range Financial Planning” group and the second reading of an ordinance restricting the practice of involuntary so-called “predatory” towing in the City. […]
In yet another opportunity for the Falls Church public to weigh in on the shocking announcement of a $5.6 shortfall in the current Fiscal Year 2010 City budget of $66 million, only two persons spoke out at tonight’s Falls Church City Council meeting.
More than 50 persons wearing bright orange stickers reading “Guns Save Lives” packed the chambers of the Falls Church City Council Monday night to protest Falls Church Mayor Robin Gardner’s membership in the Mayors Against Illegal Guns association founded by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Friday, Oct. 23 (2 p.m. EDT) — The City of Falls Church’s Commissioner of the Revenue Tom Clinton denounced the “zealous,” “disrespectful,” “outright hostility” exhibited at Wednesday night’s candidate forum hosted by the Falls Church League of Women Voters at the Community Center.
Friday, Oct. 23 (1:15 p.m. EDT) — Two members of the Falls Church City Council are considering introducing a resolution to move the date of the City Council and School Board elections from May to November, beginning next year.
The self-proclaimed head of the Northern Virginia chapter of the right-wing Tea Baggers movement that disrupted town hall meetings across the U.S. last summer, was joined by more than a dozen of his ilk to descend on a Falls Church League of Women Voters candidates forum in the F.C. Community […]