In addition to slashing funding for public health programs, the administration has sought to handicap our health care system which is as critical to mitigating the onset of public health emergencies.
I have great sympathy for the merchants who will be affected by the impending construction at Broad and Washington Streets. But have I missed similar coverage of the effects of this project on residents who live on East Broad Street and Hillwood Avenue?
We need much better communication from the city administration about this matter, including how commuters who typically park in those lots will be informed about parking restrictions and the need to be cautious as they search for parking opportunities.
The mulch processing is paid for using our tax dollars, but the return of the mulch product back to our yards has diminished. The new process is completely inadequate and severely limits the ability of the public to access this precious resource.
We are dissatisfied with the outcome of the Dec. 17 school board meeting and the school calendar change to Aug. 24.
Budgets are about choices and priorities. The residents and taxpayers of Falls Church voted in a referendum to provide money to upgrade our Mary Riley Styles Library.
As many of you may not know, WatchNight is a registered trademark, first taken out by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation in 2001.
In Virginia, legislators, unique in our nation, are bound by no limits on campaign contributions which they can then use for personal use.
The League’s presence in Falls Church began on May 1, 1951, and since that time, has been extraordinarily active in a range of issues surrounding the City and its residents.
In two separate articles [last] week, the News-Press refers to legislation, but doesn’t get it quite right.