Sadly the General Assembly rejected $125 million in federal money at the Reconvened Session.
Rodgers Re’d Up, 3 Other Seats Go to Newcomers Only one of four members of the current Falls Church Planning Commission whose seats were up for reappointment this month was voted back to another four-year term by the F.C. City Council at a special meeting Tuesday night.
Site Plan Nixed, 174 Affordable Units May Fail A stunning denial of site plan approval for the City of Falls Church’s most ambitious affordable housing project was voted by the City’s Planning Commission Monday night.
The Falls Church City Council reaffirmed its commitment, first made in August, to the 174-unit new affordable housing complex planned for the City’s downtown Monday.
Congress voted Monday on a package designed to rescue the financial industry and pull our economy from an expected major downturn. It failed by 12 votes.
Missed Opportunity At 1:39 a.m. last Thursday morning, the special legislative session on transportation called by Governor Tim Kaine ended.
It’s been a month since the most recent municipal election in the City of Falls Church, but attitudes around City Hall suggest the will of the citizens reflected in the vote have already been muddied and even lost.
Having left Richmond after approving the Budget, House and Senate members are planning to return to Richmond on April 23 for the annual “Reconvened” or “Veto” session.
Almost Done The General Assembly was scheduled for final adjournment of the 60-day 2008 session this past Saturday.
During the course of last Thursday’s historic, four-and-a-half hour Falls Church City Council meeting, culminating in the final approval of the $317 million City Center project, Councilman Dan Sze quoted from an official document.