The Agenda

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 8.19.19

Carvana delivery

Carvana and a data center-solar farm hybrid are back before Chesterfield’s Planning Commission, Henrico lays groundwork for Regency Square’s mixed-use transformation, and a Richmond firm advises Petersburg and Ashland on bond refinancing.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 8.12.19

Lots happening in Henrico this week with a $105 million bond issuance tied to a recent referendum, rezoning and permit requests for a shopping mall’s mixed-use conversion, a local architecture firm’s design contract goes up again, and a desired indoor arena for the county remains in play.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 8.5.19

Wedding bells are closer to ringing at a Goochland County mansion pitched for an event venue and vineyard, Henrico looks to the Tar Heel State for arena inspiration, and Richmond’s mayor delivers the long-awaited Navy Hill redevelopment proposal to City Council.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 7.8.19

Henrico reviews zoning and permit requests regarding the redevelopment of Regency Square mall, Chesterfield holds a work session on Carvana’s proposed Chester facility and a solar farm-data center pitched for the former Matoaca Mega Site, and City Council fills chairmanships for an advisory group to review the proposed Navy Hill project.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 7.1.19

Chesterfield approves a grant agreement with Shamin Hotels for investment at Stonebridge, Henrico opens a $10 million mental health and development center, Hanover delays a vote on a 323-acre development, and Richmond City Council meets in special session Monday.