If it becomes law, existing operators could begin selling recreational marijuana Jan. 1, 2023, a year before the broader retail market is slated to launch.
Voters narrowly defeated a $565 million Urban One project and councilmembers said sharing more details about the economic benefits would make it a winner.
The legislation was prompted by a request from Goochland County, where officials want to give voters a say in where the recreational marijuana industry operates.
Robert Smith, who admitted receiving $1.5 million of the $3 million Matson was caught stealing, paid the money back and has not been charged criminally or civilly.
The disbarred Richmond attorney, who is serving a four-year sentence, has already paid more than $4 million back into the bankruptcy trust account he was caught stealing from.
The split will result in a new Richmond office for Virginia Beach-based Breit Biniazan, while Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci will remain headquartered in the West End.
The law firm’s bankruptcy case continues, one of its top attorneys is in prison, and Live Well Financial’s former CEO fights his fraud conviction.
Ireland-based Nordic Aviation Capital is at least the ninth big corporation to bring its bankruptcy case to Richmond’s federal court since the start of the pandemic.
The current building at 100 N. 9th St. is slated to be replaced with a new building at 900 E. Main St. in a $155 million project.
Two years after it was bought at auction from embattled businessman Michael Hild, 1129 Hull St. has sold again — this time to a local residential brokerage.