The Agenda: Local government briefs for 4.8.19

Chesterfield
Supervisors meet Wednesday at 6 p.m. Business on the agenda include adoption of the proposed budget for fiscal year 2020, the FY2020-2024 Capital Improvement Plan, and ordinance amendments relating to utilities user charges and cost recovery for treatment of industrial waste and to establishing the annual tax levy on various classes of real estate and personal property. Full agenda here.

Hanover
Supervisors meet Wednesday at 3 p.m. Business includes adoption of the proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 and associated ordinances, resolutions and tax rates. Full agenda here.

Henrico
Supervisors meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. Business includes a public hearing on the proposed budget for fiscal year 2020, as well as a resolution to initiate consideration of a zoning ordinance change to allow for increased flexibility in the R-6 General Residence District by provisional use permit. The changes are designed to provide incentives for creation of master planned communities in the district, which allows B-1 uses by provisional use permit. Full agenda here.

The county released a free mobile app aimed at helping residents and others engage with Henrico government. Developed by the county’s information technology department, the app allows users to check upcoming events and news about the county, receive important notices, contact departments and find information on parks and government facilities, and watch a livestream of board meetings. The app is available for both Android and IOS devices and can be downloaded at the Google Play and Apple App stores. More info here.

Richmond
City Council meets Monday at 6 p.m. Business includes a request from Loughridge & Co. for a special-use permit for its planned 224-unit apartment complex at 2009 Brook Road. The case has been deferred five times since September. Full agenda available here.

Shockoe Alliance will hold its first community meeting April 15 at 6 p.m. at Main Street Station. The group of city staff, preservation experts and community members was formed to focus on ensuring a collaborative approach to initiatives of cultural and historical significance in the Shockoe Bottom area. The group is working with the newly-formed History and Culture Commission in its recommendations and implementation of plans for the area.

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