We must stop the annual battle of educational funding versus leaf collection or public safety.
The City must become more effective and efficient with its limited resources.
Kristen Larson will be hosting a meeting at Zata (formally Taza) at 5047 Forest Hill Avenue at 6 pm on Monday, April 25th to share her vision for this new position.
New Lawn Maintenance Laws, Richmond Department of Public Works, Richmond Network Planning Presentation, and Legislative & Budget Updates are all on the agenda.
Tax abatement, rental laws, public art, and tracking legislation all on the agenda.
Selena Cuffee-Glenn will host a community meeting at Albert Hill Middle School to discuss a wide variety of issues.
Turning Trash into Cash.
What we know about tonight’s City Council agenda—it includes taxicab stuff, some property changing hands that’s earmarked for good resources, parking on Brookland Park Boulevard with longer-reaching effects, grant funds, “internet locations,” and more!
Monday night’s School Board and City Council leadership announcements indicated that a change is in the wind—or not, depending on how you want to look at it.
Officials want the $1.34 million plan implemented in time for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships.