Says Mabry May Have Political Motives, Too Editor, Here’s an audience reaction to a certain local politician’s attempt to in inject sectarian political spin into the elections day calendar change proposition: Now, electoral trial balloons?
Says Moving F.C. Election to Dodge Problems Editor, The stated purpose of possibly moving the municipal elections from May to November is to increase voter participation.
Hails FCNP Editorial ‘No State For Old Prejudices’ Editorial, Kudos for your October 15-21 editorial, “No State for Old Prejudices”. I already intend to vote Democrat and forCreigh Deeds, in the Nov. 3 gubernatorial election.
Kindness of F.C. Stranger Recovers Dog Editor, We very recently adopted an energetic and lovable Foxhound mix from the shelter.
Chavern Urges Citizens To Run For F.C. Council Editor, If you ever wanted to make a real difference in your community, now is the time. Next May, four seats (a majority) on both the City Council and the School Board will be up for election. Given the City’s intense budget […]
First Place to Cut Budget: Dump GEORGE Editor, I would think that the first place to look for a budget reduction would be the GEORGE bus!
Easy to Spot Those Who Park To Use Metro Editor, The editorial in the September 24 issue of the News-Press, “Throw the Book at Predatory Towing” is not totally correct.
School Board Seeking Citizens as Advisers Editor, This year, the Falls Church City School Board set a specific goal to “fill the bus” and better engage the community. In that context, the school board is asking more citizens to become involved by serving on advisory committees. Right now, the school […]
Says Medicare is Not Exemplary of Good System Editor, Last week’s News-Press included a heartfelt letter stating, among other things, that Medicare is excellent and efficient and served that gentleman well.
Government is Not Villain of the Public Editor, At Jim Moran’s health-care meeting in Reston a highly agitated man asked the Congressman, “Since the government messes up everything it tries to do, why do you think it can administer a public health option?”