Tag: mayor

Letter to the Editor: Silberberg translates what she hears to action

To the editor: Alexandria is a trendy little southern city, an “in” place to live, with a growing population, a brisk business community, a smart...

Letter to the Editor: A crucial choice for mayor

To the editor: This is a critical election in Alexandria’s history with very important decisions at stake. As long-term residents of Alexandria who have served...

Letter to the Editor: Former vice mayor urges council overhaul

To the editor: We need to re-elect Mayor Allison Silberberg and elect six new council members who will bring with them fresh ideas on how...

Letter to the Editor: Silberberg’s votes demonstrate leadership

To the editor: As an interested voter in Alexandria, I attended the recent Chamber of Commerce debate and heard Vice Mayor Justin Wilson tout his...

Letter to the Editor: The mayoral race and Democratic theory

To the editor: The race for the Democratic nomination for mayor can be viewed as the latest iteration of a centuries-old debate about democracy. On one...

Letter to the Editor: People’s mayor versus developers’ mayor

To the editor: The June 12 primary offers a stark choice for all voters as to how far the Democratic Party in Alexandria has drifted...

Letter to the Editor: Silberberg leads way on ethics

To the editor: I read with great interest the Alexandria Times article on May 17 regarding campaign contributions to the mayoral candidates, “Defining ‘business before...

Letter to the Editor: Times should adhere to its own standard

To the editor: I am writing today in the interest of fairness as we approach the upcoming primary election for mayor and city council. According to...

Forum reveals candidates’ true colors

By Missy Schrott | [email protected] Alexandria’s mayoral and council candidates gathered for the first time under one roof ahead of the June 12 Democratic primary...

Letter to the Editor: Needed: councilors who can make, not just...

To the editor: What our current city council did by making the meals tax the highest in the region was make Alexandria marginally more costly...