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From Duron Chavis:

Do you have a blighted vacant lot in your community? An idea for a community orchard or urban farm? Want to plant flowers in a median strip or get a roundabout under control?

We have a new website for Beautiful RVA that allows for community members to suggest projects. This will help inform our Ginter Urban Gardener deployment throughout the city. Let us know where you want to see a greenspace!

http://beautifulrva.org/collaborate/suggest-a-project/

BeautifulRVA is dedicated to promoting urban greening and beautification projects throughout the Richmond Region. Whether you are starting a community garden, planting trees, managing an urban farm, revitalizing a roundabout or pocket park, we want to help create an enabling environment for urban greening and community beautification.

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19 comments

Dave Seibert 02/03/2018 at 8:26 PM

This sounds really great. Let me think on it.

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Church Hill People's News 02/04/2018 at 8:35 AM

Not sure what you’re talking about Ella. Facebook does mark comments as spam when a users post repeatedly but they didn’t do that with your comments. In fact, doing a quick search into the conversation of the meal tax and I can find your comments as seen below.

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Ella Bandy 02/04/2018 at 8:43 AM

It doesn’t show up on chpn-staging.vu4m9e27-liquidwebsites.com or twitter.

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Church Hill People's News 02/04/2018 at 8:44 AM

That’s an old post on something else. We created a Facebook survey specifically for the meal tax and native to only Facebook.

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Church Hill People's News 02/04/2018 at 5:30 PM

The Meal Tax survey, on which all the comments were posted, was ONLY on Facebook. If Gustavo didn’t make that clear. It wasn’t a story.

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Church Hill People's News 02/04/2018 at 5:33 PM

Also, just an FYI, CHPN is a private company. Our goal is to facilitate conversation and to educate our community on subjects we think are important. However, just so we’re clear, it’s not a community free for all. There are times that we do moderate comments if they’re not constructive or just rubbish. However, your comments weren’t hidden or deleted.

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Rachel Davis 02/05/2018 at 9:31 AM

All about this. Thanks!

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