The City of Richmond will begin fining residents who leave their trash or recycle bins out “too long.” The fine will be $50 per day. City Code Section 86-44 stipulates Supercans and recycling bins should not be placed out earlier than 4 p.m. on the day before collection and must be removed from the right-of-way [...]
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Mayor Jones and City Council would like to solicit your input for the Biennial Fiscal Plan for FY2014 and 2015, as well as the Capital Improvements Program for FY2014-2018. Meetings will take place by Council District, starting with Districts 4, 6, 7, and 3. 3rd District with Mayor Jones and Councilperson Chris Hilbert December 13, [...]
Both the 3rd and 6th Districts have their regularly scheduled meetings this week. Details below: Councilman Chris Hilbert (3rd District) Wednesday, January 25th • 6-8pm Pine Camp Recreation Center • 4901 Old Brook Road Agenda: A discussion of the budget, “your input is greatly appreciated.” Councilwoman Ellen F. Robertson (6th District) Thursday, January 26 • [...]
The first MPACT (Mayor’s Participation, Action, and Communication Team) meeting of 2012 will take place on Thursday (January 19th) at Linwood Holton, 6pm. The agenda: The Department of Economic and Community Development will present an overview of the Riverfront Development Plan The Budget and Strategic Planning Office will provide an overview of the upcoming budget [...]
Late notice on this one, but the City Council Public Safety Standing Committee has sent out the agenda for tonight’s meeting, and it includes this gem: “Costs associated with Occupy Richmond on behalf of Richmond Police Department Efforts,” presented by Major Michael Shamus of the Richmond Police Department. The meeting is tonight (November 21st), 5pm-7pm. [...]
Tomorrow (July 27th) at 6pm. The agenda: the Richmond Decennial Voter District Redistricting, and a 3rd District public safety report. The meeting will be held in the Richmond Police Department Training Academy Auditorium (1202 W. Graham Road).
Tomorrow (June 22) Councilman Hilbert holds one of his regularly scheduled meetings: 6pm at the Police Training Academy (1202 W. Graham Road). Agenda after the jump.
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.
Councilman Hilbert will host the regularly scheduled 3rd District meeting tonight, 6pm, at the RPD 4th Precinct building (2219 Chamberlayne Avenue). The agenda for this evening: 4th Precinct Police Update – 4th Precinct Team Richmond’s Sustainability Program – Tammy Jackson, Engagement Coordinator Senior Services and Programs – Thom Butcher, Department of Human Services Community Volunteerism [...]
The 4th Precinct MPACT meeting will be this Thursday, May 26th at 6:30PM at the 4th Police Precinct Headquarters (2219 Chamberlayne Avenue). We hope that you will attend to learn more about neighborhood issues and connect with city administration regarding your concerns. Roslyn Johnson, Deputy Director of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities, [...]