Fairfax Politics

Remember those complaints Supervisor Gerald W. Hyland (D-Mount Vernon) said he was receiving about violations of home height restrictions in his district? It turns out his daughter lives next door to one of the houses in question and some neighbors are asking whether that has prompted the Supervisor's recent interest in a problem they have been complaining about for at least a year.

Also in this week's Fairfax Politics column you can find items about a tiff over performance evaluations on the Falls Church City Council, Del. David B. Albo's (R-Fairfax) likely relief at running unopposed at a time when other supporters of Virginia's "abusive driver" fines are feeling the heat, and an end to the standoff between the Herndon Town Council and former mayor Carol Bruce over the status of her business license.

By Focus on Fairfax |  August 2, 2007; 1:10 PM ET  | Category:  Politics
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