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CityCouncil--2014.04.28

City council punts budget, other items during Monday meeting

Richmond city council on Monday voted to award $700,000 to Venture Richmond for the Downtown Special Assessment District, to donate sheds and salvaged material from the 17th Street Farmer’s Market to the Enrichmond Foundation, and to encourage Richmonders to “practice random acts of kindness” during their formal meeting.

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Council approves Monroe Park lease during rowdy meeting

City Council approved the proposed lease plan for Monroe Park, voted to spend $50,000 to pay a third party consulting firm to analyze Revitalize RVA, and expelled an activist.

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Fifth District Clean-ups start up on April 12th

Join Councilman Parker Agelasto in improving the look of the 5th.

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Councilwoman Newbille to hold meeting in East End

This free public meeting will cover a wide range of topics.

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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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