The public meeting is a great way for citizens to get involved in the community and voice neighborhood-level concerns to city leaders.
The January 4th Precint MPACT meeting (Mayor’s Participation, Action, and Communications Team) is this Thursday evening in the library of Linwood Holton Elementary School at1600 West Laburnam Avenue. The 4th Precinct Code Supervisor will be present, as well as representatives of other city departments to take citizen questions and comments. The meeting begins at 6:00 PM.
It’s a great way for citizens to get involved in the community and share neighborhood-level concerns with city leaders.
On the docket for this month’s meeting:
This month we invite you to attend an MPACT conversation about the new Richmond Recycles program. Richmond has been selected as one of four cities to partner with Curbside Value Partnership (CVP) for a first of its kind private/public recycling agreement, called CVP’s The Recycling Partnership. The program will help the City move forward with plans to provide alley collection in neighborhoods where trash is picked up in alleys. Currently recycling is limited to curbside pick-up. In January 2015 the City will implement the initial phase of a new recycling program that will bring alley collection to 6,000 homes in select neighborhoods. The plan is to expand the program City-wide by the end of 2015.
For more information, contact MPACT coordinator Matthew Toner at 804.646.1062.