A 250-unit subdivision is floated in Hanover, some movement on the City Center plan, and several projects advance in Henrico.
The real estate tax rate will be 2 cents lower in addition to a 2-cent credit, and the tax rate for biotech company equipment will be slashed by 74 percent.
A previously unknown team among the six vying to be selected for Richmond’s redevelopment project has ties to multiple pro sports venues.
Patients will still be required to secure written certification from registered health care practitioners but the law is expected to speed up access.
“We think this is going to be a continued addition to the demand that we see down in the city,” said company President Richard Kuhn.
Hanover County opens a new airport terminal, budget hearings for Richmond and Henrico, and several sizable projects go before Henrico’s Planning Commission.
The county allocated $35.6 million for employee pay raises, including higher starting wages for first responders and teachers.
ELYA was forced to reconsider the use of its signature fridges to sell its prepared meals and it launched home delivery service for them instead.
“I’ve got too much going on, I don’t need to be put on that blacklist,” said a builder, one of many BizSense sources who asked not to be named in articles.
A Grace Street redevelopment is up for review, a budget vote and an Upper Magnolia Green meeting in Chesterfield, and Powhatan OKs two projects.