Last night City Council passed an ordinance that makes it unlawful to lock your bikes and mopeds to trees on city property. They also passed a couple Northside-specific items, from RVANews.
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From the City Council liaison: Many people have called or placed information on the community blogs about delinquent tax notices being sent regarding Personal Property Taxes. If you have received this notice and feel that it is in error, please contact Kevin Ervin in the City of Richmond Finance Department at 804.646.6452 directly.
Councilwoman Robertson will hold on of her regularly scheduled 6th District meetings this Saturday (March 10) at 10am. Here’s what’s on the agenda: Roundabouts: their use in traffic calming Neighbor to neighbor service plan: supporting our community through volunteerism 6th District Highlights The meeting will be held at City Hall (900 E. Broad Street, 5th [...]
2012 is a big year for elections in Richmond: the mayor, city council, and school board are all up for grabs. Some of our sister community news sites have already hit the ground running by conducting interviews with candidates in their districts. I’d like to do a similar thing for the 3rd District, so I’m [...]
This Saturday (February 11th) Councilwoman Robertson will hold one of her regularly scheduled 6th District meetings. The meeting will take place at 10am in the Richmond Public Works Building (400 Jeff Davis Highway). Agenda includes: Workforce Preparation: Training Program Overview with workplace readiness, job opportunities, and application process Gateway 6th District Highlights
Last week we asked if any one would run against Hilbert or Robertson, because no one wants an uncontested race. Two people commented that they were interested in running against Hilbert in the 3rd District, and one of them even offered to help other candidates get on the ballot! How nice is that? From Erin [...]
Monday, August 8th 6pm 1202 W. Graham Road Continuing on a year-long process that began in August 2010, Richmond City Council will be presenting a draft 2011 Richmond Decennial Voter District Redistricting Plan to Richmond residents during five Council Public Information Meetings being held throughout the city during the second and third weeks of August. [...]
Councilperson Robertson will hold one of her regularly scheduled meetings this Saturday (June 11th), 10am – Noon at 5th Street Baptist Church (2800 3rd Avenue). Topics will include: health seminar and community gardens.
Tomorrow (April 27) Chris Hilbert will hold a 3rd District meeting in the Police Training Academy ( 1202 W. Graham Road) at 6pm. The agenda includes: budget review update, a public safety report, meet the new Sector 411 Lieutenant Greer, and a stormwater presentation.