Woolridge Investment Co.’s development proposal goes before Chesterfield supervisors; Henrico and Richmond planning commissions meet; and Mayor Stoney prepares his State of the City address.
Planning commissions meet in Chesterfield and Hanover, Richmond City Council meets in regular session, and Henrico supervisors elect a new chairman and vice chair.
Various boards reconvene to resume business in the new year. Historic Housing’s planned continuation of its Cooperage apartments goes before the city planning commission, kicking off a busy week in Richmond.
Goochland supervisors consider adjusting a voter precinct boundary line, Richmond’s urban design committee meets next week and the city breaks ground on three new schools.
Richmond City Council convenes its last regular meeting of the year after getting snowed out last week, Hanover defers votes on the proposed Lake District at Glen Allen development and the Chesterfield EDA meets this week.
Long agendas packed with business. Big ticket items include a proposed 323-acre mixed-use development and 226-acre solar farm in Hanover. Snow delays a City Council vote ahead of its review of the Navy Hill redevelopment proposal. Goochland’s EDA also meets this week.
The planning commissions for Richmond and Goochland County meet this week, Henrico’s county manager presents his State of the County address and a city committee considers an advisory commission for the proposed Navy Hill redevelopment project.
A City Council member said he won’t seek re-election, supervisors for two counties meet in regular session and a local airport commission holds its monthly meeting.