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The meeting began with a celebration of our 10 year shared sister city relationship with Segue. Sister cities allow partnerships and new dialogues, allowing a mutual understanding of each others' views and values. The City Council recognized and...

September 24, 2019

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Despite the formal meeting starting at 6:00 pm, the Council members were still finishing up their informal meeting. With the end of the informal meeting at 6:15 pm, the formal meeting started at 6:20 pm, after a brief 5 minute recess.

Of the citizen speakers,...

February 25, 2019

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The council began with the recognition that Councilwoman Tremmel would be unable to attend the meeting, and Councilman Hilbert would be arriving late.

A moment of silence was given for the passing of Ronald C. Lewis the first African American fire chief of Ric...

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A moment of silence was given for the passing of former mayor, Walter T. Kenney Sr., who served as the mayor of Richmond from 1990-1994.

Officer Greg Felton was awarded after his retirement from the Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department. Councilma...

September 25, 2018

Greetings from RVAGOV!

We are beyond excited to share with our readers that RVAGOV.com will be resuming its activity starting in October 2018. Our first post to the Newsfeed will be the Recap to the October 8th City Council Meeting, so please be on the lookout for that...

Spring Greetings from RVAGOV!

We are reaching out with our sincerest apologies about the lack of RVAGOV recaps in the month of April. We are currently in the process of training new correspondents, as two of our previous correspondents went abroad to study over the Spri...

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Mr. Dick Harman was honored by the City Council for his 30-year Anniversary as the Council’s host announcer. Mr. Harman has occupied this position since 1988, providing the community with pre-meeting and post-meeting summaries. In addition to his work for the...

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The School Board received a wonderful treat on Monday evening. The talented students of the Green Elementary School Orchestra presented three lovely musical selections for the Board and for the audience assembled. “This is the reason why we do what we do – be...

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Red Skins Initiative

The Council took some time to discuss the Red Skins Initiative, more specifically paying the debt for the Red Skins training facility. The city is responsible for $750,000 of Red Skins building debt, despite having no control over the buil...

February 23, 2018

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Monday night’s School Board meeting was a lively one, with the Honorable Mayor Stoney making a surprise appearance in the audience. The School Board and RPS Superintendent Kamras took time to recognize the Mayor for his success in getting the Meals Tax passed...

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