A reason was not provided but his exit follows several big initiatives that he had been leading that drew some controversy.
The Richmond City Council has authorized staff to acquire 12 parcels for a planned slavery memorial and museum, even if it requires using eminent domain.
The Henrico County Planning Commission recommended approval, along with 75 Virginia Center Commons townhomes and a 360-unit development in Innsbrook.
A proposed $350 million, 20-story office tower and mixed-use complex at 500 N. 10th St. would salvage part of the failed Navy Hill plan.
The city’s efforts to acquire the land for a planned slavery commemorative site are moving forward anyway, but the owners would fight eminent domain.
The Richmond City Council considers authorizing a land purchase in Shockoe Bottom, a business mentoring program seeks applications, and Goochland businesses are awarded COVID financial relief.
The focus area includes the Rockwood Square, Oxbridge Square and Rockwood Plaza shopping centers at the intersection of Hull Street and Courthouse roads.
The City Council will consider a plan to build 12 units on Westview Avenue tonight but the proposal to build 14 units in four-story buildings on Libbie has drawn opposition.
A project began in 2019 to double the size of the fleet to 440 bikes and 40 dock stations but today there are still 20 stations and two of them are closed.
The store’s new space is about 9,800 square feet. It will split off from the authority’s headquarters and warehouse, which are moving to Hanover County.