Letters to the Editor: May 26 – June 1, 2016 More Residential Density Is Bad for Falls Church Editor, First, we had Ms. Twiford’s Falls Church News-Press guest commentary several weeks ago arguing for greater residential density in the City, and now we have the Planning Commission approving the largest single […]
Letters to the Editor: May 19 – 25, 2016 Eliminate Mason Football To Reduce School Budget Editor, In...
Letters to the Editor: May 12 – 18, 2016 A Lack of Truth Telling During Budget Process Editor, Like...
Letters to the Editor: May 1 – 5, 2016 News-Press Math Is Off In Regards to City’s Fund Editor, Your...
Letters to the Editor: April 28 – May 4, 2016 Responsible Move to Make Choices We Can Afford Editor, With my family, I have lived in the city since 1988. Each of my three children began school at, attended each level of, and graduated from Falls Church public schools. […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: April 21 – 27, 2016 We Need to Take Care of the Needs We Have Now Editor, I’ve lived here 20 years; paid attention to City business and politics for 12; and this is my third year on City Council. I’ve seen three superintendents; four or […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: April 14 – 20, 2016 Tone Down ‘Mean-Spirited’ H.S. Sports Reporting Editor, I enjoy the News-Press coverage of George Mason sports by our budding young reporters. But let’s have them dial the smugness down a notch. Writing about two uber-blowouts by our boys’ soccer team, Matt […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: April 7 – 13, 2016 Frustrated With Continued Predatory Towing in F.C. Editor, I am writing to express my extreme frustration with the continued practice of predatory towing within Falls Church City and urge both the city and the Virginia state government to enact provisions […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: March 31 – April 6, 2016 Developers in it for Profits, Not the Common Good Editor, I am heartened to see the increasing number of opposing letters to the editor and negative comments on the ever-increasing number of new commercial projects in our city. Sadly, […]Read more ›
Letters to the Editor: March 24 – 30, 2016 F.C. Budget Disingenuous On School Enrollment Editor, As an annual ritual, the citizens of Falls Church again are faced with an ever-increasing budget and proposed tax rate increase despite a substantial increase in new development. The schools once more contribute greatly to […]Read more ›