An uneventful council meeting, despite a closed-session budget compromise.
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.
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.
Richmond City Council on Monday voted to postpone the final decision in the Monroe Park renovation plan until April 14th.
The fight for marriage equality for same-sex couples in Virginia continues to progress through the courts this week after a federal judge ruled the state’s ban on gay marriage as unconstitutional.
Council postponed all regular agenda items for later meetings, despite a protestor turnout looking for a discussion on the proposed baseball stadium.
The unusually high levels of the James make safety a top concern for visitors
The Light of Human Kindness project will debut at RVA Street Art Festival later this month.
What do volleyball, college kids, and Richmond moms all have in common? They really seem to enjoy the local sport leagues.