The Agenda

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.23.20

Richmond taps a local restaurateur to serve as an industry liaison, restaurants in Powhatan are offered a winterization grant program, and officials cut the ribbon on new apartments in Jackson Ward.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.16.20

A new pandemic relief program targets microbusinesses in Chesterfield, a mixed-use development project faces a deciding vote in Hanover, and Richmond and Powhatan seek input on land use plans.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.9.20

A county airport is getting a new terminal building, a state COVID relief fund is expanded to help more businesses, and Richmond and Henrico leaders face full agendas this week.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.2.20

A museum’s request to allow larger events draws support and opposition from neighbors in the Fan, Chesterfield rolls out more pandemic relief for businesses, and a library conference and event center starts construction in Petersburg.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.26.20

Henrico to vote on $75 million in bonds for Westminster Canterbury project; Richmond City Council weighs a boost to the city’s coronavirus contingency fund.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.19.20

Powhatan County rolls out a second round of pandemic relief for businesses, Chesterfield planners face a busy agenda this week, and condo projects secure approvals in Richmond and Henrico.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.12.20

The City Council considers a condo project in Carver and changes to a business zoning district, condos near Twin Hickory face a vote in Henrico, and Hanover planners face a full agenda this week.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.5.20

Goochland weighs a proposal for a 1,000-acre events venue and airstrip, a 200-acre solar farm is floated in Powhatan, Richmond delays a vote on Pulse zoning changes, and city planners face a full agenda this week.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.28.20

West Creek is eyed for a 335-unit apartment complex, city-initiated rezonings and a renaming of Jefferson Davis Highway are on the City Council’s agenda, and a downtown nonprofit withdraws its proposal for a Black Lives Matter street mural.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.21.20

A second phase of apartments in the Boulders is up for a vote in Chesterfield, a multiuse development in Hanover is deferred again, Petersburg breaks ground on a park-and-ride facility and Richmond projects a larger fiscal-year surplus.