The Agenda

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 6.29.20

The state’s Phase Three reopening guidelines take effect this week, Richmond City Council talks police reform and monument removal, Powhatan taps a former Henrico official as its next county administrator, and a new round of business assistance grants roll out in Chesterfield.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 6.15.20

Area governments roll out more financial help for businesses, a height extension request for a flagpole that has previously displayed a Confederate flag is up for review in Chesterfield, a Confederate-named rec center is renamed in Henrico and a similar change is proposed for Richmond’s Lee Bridge.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 6.8.20

An out-of-state company looks to move its headquarters to the region, a county strikes a deal with a private broadband internet provider, and surplus property designations stemming from the Navy Hill project highlight a slew of business on City Council’s plate this week.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 6.1.20

Richmond joins its neighbors in entering the state’s Phase One reopening guidelines, Chesterfield launches a grant program for businesses and gives a controversial development project a thumbs-up, and Petersburg sets aside street space to help restaurants provide outdoor dining.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 5.18.20

The Town of Ashland launches two initiatives aimed at helping businesses during the pandemic, a quarry operator looks to relocate its plant in Goochland, and some sizable developments are up for review this week in Chesterfield, Hanover and Richmond.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 5.4.20

A county effort to prepare for the phased reopening of the state economy seeks industry representatives to participate in work groups, a controversial zoning request for a Wegmans facility in Hanover is up for a deciding vote, and applications continue to be accepted for the city’s small business disaster loan program.

The Agenda: Local government briefs for 4.20.20

A shopping center slated for a new Trader Joe’s is primed for more tenants, a local homebuilder eyes a townhome development in Midlothian, and area governments roll out more programs to support businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.