The Honorable Parker C. Agelasto, Councilmember, Richmond City Council, Richmond Central 5th Voter District, will hold a meeting for the Richmond Central 5th Voter District. The planned agenda for this meeting includes the following:
- Back to School Drive -Please bring school supplies for donation to students of Richmond Public Schools
- Richmond Public Schools Updates for the 2019-2020 School Year and School Rezoning Process for the 2020-2021 School Year
- Proposed Richmond Navy Hill Development Project: Presentation with Questions & Answers – Sharon Ebert, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Richmond Department of Economic and Community Development
- Richmond Central 5th Voter District Updates – The Honorable Parker C. Agelasto, Councilmember, Richmond City Council, Richmond Central 5th Voter District
- Questions & Answers
WHEN Thursday, August 22, 2019, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
WHERE Richmond Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church
3700 Midlothian Turnpike; Richmond, Virginia
CONTACT For more information, please contact: Amy Robins, Liaison for The Honorable Parker C. Agelasto, at 804.646.5724 (tel), or [email protected] (email).
Councilmember Agelasto holds individual meetings that include his goals and accomplishments, topical agendas, and special guests. He invites all Richmond Central 5th Voter District residents to attend. Meeting dates, times, locations, agendas, and special guests are subject to change.
Councilman Agelasto’s upcoming individually scheduled meetings and community clean-ups:
COUNCILMAN AGELASTO’S MEETINGS
Thursday, October 24, 2019; 6:30-8:00 p.m.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
236 South Laurel Street; Richmond, Virginia
COUNCILMAN AGELASTO’S COMMUNITY CLEANUPS
Cleanup locations to be determined. Please contact Amy Robins, Liaison for The Honorable Parker C. Agelasto, for meeting locations and additional details.
Saturday, September 14, 2019; 9:00 a.m.-Noon
Oregon Hill & Randolph Neighborhoods
Saturday, October 19, 2019; 9:00 a.m.-Noon
Carytown South & Stadium Neighborhoods
James River Park System Update from Bryce Wilk, Superintendent
Through June 30, 2020: 1,076,873 James River Park has had visitors. The same date in 2019: 975,433 visitors. The current staff devoted to James River Park is 5.
The James River Park is getting heavy use but that’s not all that’s going on in the park. Here’s what Bryce Wilk, Superintendent has to say.
- The JRPS is seeing visitors at a higher rate than any other year ever! Through June 30, 2020: 1,076,873 visitors. Same date in 2019: 975,433 visitors. This despite all the restrictions in place during the stay at home orders due to Covid 19 this past spring and early summer. Close to a quarter million visitors in the month of June alone.
- JRPS staff and local paddling groups installed new Dam Hazard Signs and Buoys between Huguenot Flatwater and Z-Dam to better warn people of the dangers of Z-Dam and the river.
- JRPS hired parking attendants to ticket all illegally parked vehicles at Pony Pasture Rapids Park on weekends and holidays.
- During the closure of public facilities, JRPS took the opportunity to upgrade the bathroom at Pony Pasture with new flooring and paint.
- JRPS added parking lines in the parking lot to help guide and organize vehicle parking.
- Currently we only have 5 full time staff members dedicated solely to the James River Park System, James River Park System relies on volunteers to keep this park beautiful.
- JRPS is providing volunteer opportunities for river clean ups at Pony Pasture specifically through https://www.handsonrva.org/.
- If people are interested in volunteering on their own or have any questions, Volunteer Coordinator, Matthew Mason can provide resources and equipment. His email is [email protected]
- Please visit https://jamesriverpark.org/ and http://www.richmondgov.com/parks/ for the latest updates and safety information about the James River Park System and Richmond’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities.
Suspects Sought in Commercial Burglary on Jahnke Road
At approximately 6:30 a.m. on Friday, June 19, an unknown male broke into the Shell Gas Station in the 6200 block of Jahnke Road.
Richmond Police detectives are asking for the public’s help to identify the individuals in the attached photos who are suspects in a commercial burglary that last month.
At approximately 6:30 a.m. on Friday, June 19, an unknown male broke into the Shell Gas Station in the 6200 block of Jahnke Road. Security footage shows two suspects driving a van and parking near the side of the building.
One male broke a window to gain access into the business and stole several cartons of cigarettes and lottery tickets. The suspects then fled. Damage to the van is pictured and circled in red.
Anyone with information is asked to call Third Precinct Detective H. Truong at (804) 646-1067 or contact Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000 or at www.7801000.com. The P3 Tips Crime Stoppers app for smartphones may also be used. All Crime Stoppers methods are anonymous.
Little Nickel and Crossroads “Should” Reopen Next Week
Not back to normal but a step in that direction.
Two neighborhood favorites are set to come out of Covid-19 hibernation.
Little Nickel made this announcement on Facebook along with the slick looking deck addition you see above.
we’re almost back and this time with a bit of outdoor seating! ~ we’ll be making an announcement on monday about our opening date ~ we’ve missed everyone and can’t wait to reopen our tropical paradise safely, thank you so much for your support throughout this process ~
A little birdie told me that the announcement on Monday will be a Wednesday opening. Little birdies are known to be wrong but I trust this one.
Crossroads is not as precise. They’re planning for mid-July. Work is going on to complete a couple projects. Once those wrap up they’ll be pivoting to take out only for a bit.
Next week is mid-July so I’m hopeful that our favorite little coffee shop will be back in action.