With a land deal in place and additional funds committed, Henrico County is moving forward with a plan to replace two of its oldest high schools on both ends of the county by fall 2021 – simultaneously.
A proposal to give historic designation to more Manchester-area properties won’t be heard for another month, as state regulators say they need the additional time to refine it and correct a public notification error.
With Richmond’s new bus rapid transit system up and running after two years of construction, an effort to help businesses impacted by the project is progressing –with a different approach than initially planned.
The first of two planned building conversions at the Hanover County government complex has created new office space for the county’s financial departments.
A leadership shake-up at Richmond’s building inspections and permitting office has led to the appointment of an interim building commissioner who is already familiar with the role.
An enhanced outreach effort on a proposed historic district expansion in Manchester continued Wednesday with a meeting between state officials and the three Richmond City Council members whose districts are involved. About two dozen people attended the meeting between staff with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and the City Council’s Parker Agelasto, Ellen Robertson… Read more »
Chesterfield County is going forward with a sale of $50 million in bonds – and for the first time, it’s giving the public first crack at buying in.
The prospects of future development at the old Westhampton School site took a step forward on Monday. The Richmond Planning Commission voted to recommended approval of Bon Secours’ request to rezone the school’s 6 acres at 5800 Patterson Ave. The matter now needs City Council approval. Bon Secours filed the request in late May, as… Read more »
A delayed vote on a requested boundary expansion of an historic district in Manchester has prompted the local development team behind the proposal to threaten to halt construction and further investment in the area – even though the state agency reviewing the proposal said it supports the plan.
A state-owned, tin-looking building near the corner of Governor and East Grace streets soon could be in the hands of private ownership. That’s if the price is right – and if someone is willing to move it.