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City Council: Vote on Monroe Park renovation plan delayed

Richmond City Council on Monday voted to postpone the final decision in the Monroe Park renovation plan until April 14th.

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Good morning RVA: You’re gonna love today

Today’s weather looks beautiful, City Council asks for help with the Shockoe stadium proposal, and it’s time to update your iPhones.

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East End Councilwoman Newbille votes in favor of Shockoe redevelopment plan

Councilwoman Newbille was joined by fellow Council members Robertson, Baliles, Graziano and Mosby in support of the proposal.

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Council passes resolution on Revitalize RVA

After hours of deliberation, Richmond City Council voted last night to continue negotiations with the city’s administration towards the Shockoe redevelopment plan.

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Habitat for Humanity celebrating three new homes in the East End

Councilwoman Cynthia Newbille welcomes Citizens to community celebration.

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City Council separates Shockoe Slavery site from revitalization plan

The city will provide $5 million and the state will provide $11 million.

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City Council postpones controversial agenda items

Council postponed all regular agenda items for later meetings, despite a protestor turnout looking for a discussion on the proposed baseball stadium.

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Councilwoman Newbille cancels tonight’s community meeting

Impending snow storm hates baseball in the Bottom.

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City Council: A baseball fight by proxy

City Council continues ordinances to accept The Diamond from the RMA, while RVA looks for every opportunity to talk about plans for the new baseball stadium.

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City Council approves new Stony Point apartments, moves forward with Floyd Avenue Bike Boulevard

City Council approved a new apartment project adjacent to Stony Point Fashion Park, rejected a proposed funding model for the city schools, and reversed a Commission of Architectural Review ruling on Monument Avenue.

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