“If we truly want to heal the deep division in this country, could we not start by recognizing our preconceived notions of how certain segments of the population ‘should’ vote, and instead try to understand the ‘why’ behind each.”
“I had the pleasure of visiting Dr. Warren Pace with my friend, Maggie Wells Schwind. It was so nice to see and talk with Dr. Pace.”
“Regarding the recent National Housing Trust’s proposal to allow accessory dwelling units (aka ‘granny flats’), I recommend the City Council absolutely reject this idea.”
Perhaps now is the time for the City and its residents to discuss and commission renderings of what we want our city center along Broad and Park Streets to ideally look and feel like in 10, 20, 30 years.
Last week’s editorial was deeply unfair to those expressing opposition to the Broad and Washington development.
“No matter what decision the Falls Church City Council makes about the Broad and Washington development, there will be people who are unhappy.”
Last week’s coverage of City Council’s Sept. 21 discussion of six critical stormwater projects in five neighborhoods was mostly accurate but flat wrong about some key facts.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank ALL of the patrons of Point of View for the last 20+ years. I will be leaving Point of View this Friday the 25th.
“As we try to navigate school openings in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic — with mixed success so far — our elected officials should show that same respect to the concerns of our own teachers…”
“There is a profound difference between employment and service. Dick McCall’s career is a splendid example of public service in its finest sense.”