Chesterfield unveils a draft plan for guiding development in Midlothian, construction starts on a county cricket field and wraps on the city’s 911 Training Center, and events start this week to officially rename Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
Henrico supervisors meet in regular session this week, Goochland embarks on a private street sign replacement program, and Richmond City Council adjusts an ordinance related to the seemingly stalled Navy Hill redevelopment.
Goochland County maps out its five-year economic development plan, Hanover County secures funds for road-widening projects and the city’s longtime commonwealth’s attorney takes a job as a partner at a local law firm.
Sports tourism gets a boost with a county’s contract extension with a youth soccer league, Virginia ABC’s planned replacement HQ goes before Hanover supervisors and Goochland restructures its economic development department.
City Council votes on next fiscal year’s budget, Hanover County breaks ground on a new library, and the YMCA breaks ground on its new aquatics center in eastern Henrico County this week.
Sports tourism delivers $41 million in economic impact for a Richmond-area county, Henrico honors its longest-serving employee at the close of a 73-year career, and several area boards and planning commissions meet this week.
A Richmond City Council member plans to step down in November, council continues budget work sessions ahead of a scheduled vote, and the regional airport commission convenes this week.
Chick-fil-A looks to add restaurants in two counties, a deputy county attorney gets a promotion while another wins an award, and Richmond City Council votes on next fiscal year’s budget.
A rezoning related to a planned replacement headquarters for Virginia ABC goes before Hanover’s planning commission, two events businesses seek permits in Chesterfield, and Goochland reviews a hotel performance agreement.
Richmond’s Shockoe Alliance group schedules its first community meeting, Henrico County releases a government app, and several jurisdictions vote on their operating budgets for next fiscal year.