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City Councilman Jon Baliles hosting 1st District town hall tonight

Bring your questions and concerns to Albert Hill Middle School tonight at 6:00 PM.

1st District Town Hall Meeting July 22

Get the scoop on issues affecting your district

1st District meeting Wednesday

From Jon Baliles: Please join us for our Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, May 28 from 6:00-7:30 pm at Albert Hill Middle School (3400 Patterson Avenue). This is a day later than usual since the Memorial Day Holiday moves the regular City Council meeting to Tuesday, May 27. We will discuss the Shockoe baseball proposal […]

1st District town hall meeting tonight

From Jon Baliles: Please join us tonight for a Town Hall Meeting at 6:00pm at Albert Hill Middle School (3400 Patterson Avenue). We will be discussing issues pertaining to the 1st District, including updates from Fire and Police, schools news, and other topics. If the school closes early today in the event of inclement weather, […]

Election Day details

Just in case you had somehow managed to forget… Election Day is tomorrow, November 6 – find your polling place here and What’s On My Ballot? from the State Board of Elections.

Snapshot poll puts Baliles ahead of Tyler

Our unscientific snapshot of the 1st District City Council contest puts challenger Jon Baliles up 71% to 24% over incumbent Bruce Tyler, with 5% undecided.

Any predictions on how this really ends up?

Baliles, Agelasto, Jones lead fundraising in September

FIRST DISTRICT: As of 09/30/2012, the Jon Baliles campaign had $16,147 on hand, raising $11,424 and spending $7,589 in September. The Bruce Tyler campaign had $59,992 on hand, starting from a much stronger position while pulling in only $4,370 in September while spending $8,399. FIFTH DISTRICT: As of 09/30/2012, the Parker Agelasto campaign had $12,409 […]

Baliles challenges Tyler on $316,000 alley behind his house

Senator Mark Warner endorses Jon Baliles for City Council

VIA John Baliles for City Council: Mark Warner Endorses Jon Baliles for Richmond City Council

Letter from City of Richmond Planner regarding proposed Libbie & Grove development

In a July 5 letter to Scott Boyers regarding his Special Use Permit application for the proposed four-story development at Libbie and Grove, City of Richmond Senior Planner Tom Phan expresses support for the concept of mixed-use commercial and multifam…