This week: Buddy’s announces a closing date after a 38-year run, The Betty on Davis opens, Mekong wins best beer bar again, and the Armenian Food Festival gets underway today. All this and more!
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Meeting dealt with proposed redevelopment in the Church Hill North community.
This week City Council once again continued the Monument Avenue CAR reversal and pushed the Captain Buzzy’s SUP decision back until September. The public will not get the chance to vote on where to place a new baseball stadium, and six great teenagers were recognized.
Over 70 vendors will take part in an event that will close 2.5 miles of road to give people a chance to hit the streets for some exercise and fun.
After months of debate, City Council passed a budget with little opposition–including a restructuring of water and sewer rates and an increase in parking meter fees.
Around 90 people met in Monroe Park this morning for the annual Bike to Work ride.
Over a dozen local corporations have contributed money to help promote and manage the international cycling championship that the city will host.
While presenting his proposed City budget, Mayor Jones outlined his plan for a fair water rate that encourages conservation.