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Kathy Graziano

  • Education: B.A. SUNY - Cortland
  • __Residence:___ Richmond/ 4th District resident for 43 years … current neighborhood: Traylor Estates
  • Current Job: Full time City Council person/City Council President
  • Previous experience: Extensive experience within campaign offices for candidates for state, local and federal offices; Elected member of Richmond City Council for 8 years; and have served as Richmond City Council President for 4 years.
  • Favorite restaurant: My house!!!


Councilwoman Kathy Graziano to hold rescheduled meeting for the Richmond Southwest 4th Voter District

Human Services, Huguenot High School Community Center and the future of the Boulevard to be discussed.

Councilwoman Kathy Graziano 4th District Meeting for tonight is rescheduled

A chance to check out the new Huguenot High School Community Center.

Armed intruder breaks into Kathy Graziano’s home

No one was injured in the Thursday morning incident.

Councilwoman Graziano hosting 4th District meeting

The meeting is Thursday, May 7th, 7-8:30 PM at St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Water main work to close parts of Forest Hill Avenue

Work will start on February 2nd and wrap up two to three months later.

Councilwoman Graziano to hold 4th District meeting

Agenda includes a look at the upcoming General Assembly.

Local city council members answer questions on the Shockoe Bottom Revitalization Plan

Parker stating opposition and Graziano is uncommitted.

Charles Samuels on role as City Council president

Now in his second term as 2nd District Councilman, Charles Samuels was elected city council president last week by his fellow council members. Samuels talks about what made him run and what his new duties entail.

City Council: Hail to the Redskins

Election fever is in the air, presidential debates and Dancing With the Stars are stealing their thunder, but I’m here at City Hall to make sure the public is informed.

City Council: Water, water, everywhere

There was a pre-game show tonight. Scott Burger and Sierra Club supporters showed up early to protest Richmond’s water rates outside of City Hall. Other than that, business as usual.