City Council to consider 29th Street Bike-Walk Boulevard, your accumulation of outdoor party couches
09/27/2015 8:31 AM by John M
Four of the 43 items on the agenda for the Monday, September 28, City Council Meeting (PDF) seem to be of local interest:
- ORD 2015-184 – To authorize the Chief Administrative Officer, for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, to execute an Urban Project Construction Agreement between the City of Richmond and the Virginia Department of Transportation to provide funding for the Route 5 (East Main Street) Bridge Replacement over Norfolk Southern Railroad project.
- ORD 2015-204 – To amend and reordain City Code §§ 98-263, concerning the eligibility of residential real property in redevelopment and conservation areas and rehabilitation districts for partial tax exemption, 98-264, concerning the application requirements for such partial tax exemption, and 98-265, concerning the amount of such exemption and the basis for taxes during construction, for the purposes of adjusting applicable threshold requirements to qualify for such exemption, adding maximum rent limits for certain dwelling units, authorizing an additional exemption period for certain structures and requiring that property owners file annual renewal applications with the City Assessor.
- ORD 2015-208 – To amend City Code § 38-152, concerning unlawful accumulation, for the purpose of making it unlawful to permit the accumulation of certain furniture manufactured primarily for indoor use on any property or on any alley, sidewalk, public right-of-way, grass strips, or street abutting such property.
- RES 2015-2055 – To request the Commonwealth Transportation Board to fund the Church Hill / 29th Street Bike-Walk Boulevard project to improve bicycle and pedestrian mobility on 29th Street.