Updates from Letty – October 30, 2020

We’re in the home stretch. Your final opportunities to vote early are today and tomorrow. (If you still have a mail-in ballot to return, use the drop box outside of City Hall.) We currently lead the state with the highest turnout at 65%. Be like this civic-minded Daisy Troop and […]

Updates from Letty – October 23, 2020

Today is the last day to request a mail-in absentee ballot. (Over half of Falls Church has already voted!) If you plan to vote early before November 3rd, your best bet is to take advantage of the in-person voting option at City Hall, open weekdays and the next two Saturdays. Speaking […]

Updates from Letty & New FAQs – October 16, 2020

After much deliberation over the past month, we voted to refer the Broad and Washington (aka Whole Foods) project out to boards and commissions, with a 5-0 unanimous vote. Typically, unanimous votes imply that a decision was straightforward, but this was not the case (as evident by the volume of calls […]

Updates from Letty – October 9, 2020

This week’s City Council work session was a potpourri of civic business, something for everyone: Year end financial results, with the obvious punchline that many revenues in the 4th quarter of FY20 were severely impacted by COVID…with one exception; Two of the top community priorities – traffic calming and stormwater […]