Richmond photographer is honored, Parker Agelasto shaves his beard, and more from last night’s City Council meeting.
An outdoor dining ordinance is making restaurants and customers even more excited about the warmer weather.
City Council passed an ordinance on Monday that changes where (and for how long) you can lock your bike to City property. Here’s what you need to know.
Bicycle and moped owners! Do NOT lock your bikes and mopeds to city-owned trees! A look at the legislation passed by City Council last night.
An unusual number of high profile ordinances–including “urban chickens”, pay for police/firefighters, changes to the water/sewer rates, and the appeal of a Commission of Architectural Review ruling–made for an interesting evening at City Council this week.
For years, Parker Agelasto wanted to be an art curator, so how did he become Richmond’s 5th District Councilman?
Awards and recognitions, “Ban the Box,” and parallel parking restrictions top the agenda at last night’s City Council meeting.
Light agenda, but City Council dealt with at least one important item on Monday: the firing of City Clerk Alvin Anderson.
So far this year it’s been very quiet, but there are storm clouds on the horizon–and last night’s storms were about windows.
Well, it’s not all high drama, or even low drama, but the business of the people went on anyway last night at City Council.