The Agenda

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.21.22

Richmond floats a 5 cent real estate tax rebate and prepares a zoning ordinance rewrite, Chesterfield elects a new supervisor, and residential projects in two counties are rejected.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.14.22

Multimillion-dollar bond referendums pass in two counties, a motorsports consultant analyzes Southside Speedway, and construction progresses on a sports and events center at Virginia Center Commons.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 11.7.22

A 120-unit apartment complex is up for a vote in Hanover, Richmond floats a cold weather shelter plan, and Henrico considers a proposed Sheetz across from the Staples Mill train station.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.24.22

A grocery-anchored development is up for a vote in Chesterfield, a grocery store in Winterpock is recommended for approval, and Henrico supervisors are expected to reject an unsolicited proposal for a police substation in Highland Springs.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.17.22

Richmond planning commissioners will consider a proposed Museum District infill project and restaurant near Byrd Park, and Chesterfield commissioners will ponder a planned grocery store.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.10.22

The Richmond City Council will discuss the Enrichmond Foundation and a Saint Gertrude apartment conversion, a Henrico infill is up for a vote, and Hanover inks a broadband deal.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.3.22

The Richmond Planning Commission will consider permits for VUU tower signs and a Saint Gertrude High School apartment conversion. Chesterfield will discuss a plan for the future use of the old Matoaca Elementary School.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.26.22

Virginia Union University’s illuminated tower signs and the proposed City Center rezoning will go before the Richmond City Council. A 50-unit townhome development and a private school were approved in Chesterfield.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.19.22

Multi-use developments will be considered in Chesterfield, Richmond’s City Center rezoning is up for a vote, and Henrico establishes a county sports and entertainment authority.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.12.22

A grocery-anchored development is proposed in Midlothian, a private tennis facility is served up in Hanover, and the RRHA names a new chief executive.