About 30 people turned out for Saturday’s 7th District meeting at the Peter Paul Development Center, not counting firefighters. Topics of discussion included fire safety, the H1N1 flu, and a spirited conversation on public safety. Representatives from New Visions, Unity, Concerned Citizens, Union Hill Civic Association, and the Church Hill Association were present, as well […]
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The next 7th District meeting hosted by Betty Squire will be held Saturday September 26, 2009, from 10AM-noon at the Peter Paul Development Center. Topics so far include “Economic Development with Director Carthan Currin” and “Census 2010″.
The next 7th District meeting has been announced for July 18, at 10AM at the Leigh Street Baptist Church at 517 North 25th Street. Hosted by City Council 7th District representative Betty Squire, the meeting agenda includes: Roundabouts verses Four Way Stop Signs and East End District Repair Projects, Child Savers, and East End Public […]
Saturday’s 7th District meeting hosted by City Council 7th District representative Betty Squire featured presentations by Derek Battle, Liaison Healthy Communites for RCH, representatives from the Department of Public Utilities on the new Storm Water Utility, and a 7th District Crime Stat Report by the First Precinct’s Captain Odetta Johnson.
A guest post by Deanna Lewis. According to a recent review of the The Virginia Public Access Project, Margaret Freund, owner of Fulton Hill Properties, has been donating and raising a lot of cash for former 7th District Councilwoman and current State Delegate, Delores McQuinn.
The deadline to file petitions to get on the ballot for the City Council 7th District contest this November is Tuesday, June 9 August 21, 2009. Cynthia Newbille has made clear her intent to run for the position. Has anyone put their name forward? What does the 7th District need in a representative?
Found recently on the city site, a list of members of Richmond City Council from 1948-present (PDF) puts names and dates to some of the recent political history of the city. In the 32 years since the switch to the 9 Districts, the 7th District has had 3 elected representatives and 3 short-term appointed representatives.
About 30 people turned out for the 7th District Meeting hosted by Betty Squire at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church this morning. Speakers included Police Chief Bryon Norwood, Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Herring, Colonel William Barnett of the Richmond Sheriff’s Department, and Fire Chief Robert Creasy. Video and overview inside…
Reminder! The next 7th District meeting is Saturday April 24 at 10AM at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Parish Center at 3300 R Street. Hosted by City Council 7th District representative Betty Squire, expected guests include Police Chief Bryan Norwood, Commonwealth Attorney Michael Herring, Sheriff C.T. Woody, and Fire Chief Robert Creecy.
An email from Heather Dinkin concerning Echo Harbor has with much forwarding become an open letter to City Council 7th District representative Betty Squire: Thank you for coming out [...] to meet with all of us last week, and for listening to everyone’s comments and concerns. What sticks with me about your comments, is that […]
The next 7th District meeting has been announced for April 25, at 10AM at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Parish Center at 3300 R Street. Hosted by City Council 7th District representative Betty Squire, expected guests include Police Chief Bryan Norwood, Commonwealth Attorney Michael Herring, Sheriff C.T. Woody, and Fire Chief Robert Creecy.
About 60 people turned out for today’s 7th District Meeting hosted by interim City Council 7th District representative Betty Squire at the Peter Paul Development Center. Speakers included Mayor Dwight Jones, RPS Superintendent Brandon, a representative from the Richmond Police Department, Delegate Jennifer McClellan, and School Board 7th District representative Don Coleman.
Richmond City Councilwoman Betty L. Squire, East End 7th District, will host a meeting at the Peter Paul Development Center (1708 North 22nd Street) on March 21 from 10:30AM – noon. This is the first meeting she has held since being appointed to the position and the first 7th District Meeting since July. All East […]
Everyone is invited to the 6th Annual Black History Month Extravaganza Sponsored by Delegate Delores McQuinn, 70th District, City Councilwoman 7th District representative Betty Squire, The Richmond Slave Trail Commission, and VCU, today at 2PM at Martin Luther King Jr Middle School.
Two hundred or so residents turned out for the Church Hill Association meeting on Tuesday evening. The membership voted 62-44, with a handful of abstentions, against the Shockoe Center proposal. The main concern seemed to be the finances of the project, though mention was also made of the historic nature of the area of the […]