The Glen Burnie Civic Association will be hosting a debate between 1st District City Council candidates Bruce Tyler and Jon Baliles tomorrow evening, October 9, at St. Giles Church (5200 Grove Avenue) beginning at 7pm. The candidates were also profiled in the Richmond Times-Dispatch last week: “1st District council race focuses on styles”.
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Jon Baliles announced his candidacy today for the First District Richmond City Council seat, currently held by Bruce Tyler, saying “We need a representative to engage our residents and be resourceful and find workable solutions. So many people are inspired by the potential of Richmond and we need government officials that reflect and believe in [...]
Moving forward on the Libbie & Grove rezoning changes after the City Council approved Master Plan Amendments: On February 13, 2012, Richmond City Council unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2012-8 which amended the Master Plan for the purpose of changing the land use designations for the Libbie/Grove/Patterson area. This approval was the culmination of over two [...]
Tomorrow evening, November 22, Councilman Bruce W. Tyler will hold a meeting for residents of the West End First District. The meeting will take place from 6:30 – 8 p.m. in the auditorium of Mary Mumford Elementary School (211 Westmoreland St). Items on the agenda include discussion of the vacuum leaf collection program and public [...]
Bruce W. Tyler, Councilman, Richmond City Council, West End 1st District, will hold a meeting in the West End 1st District. Councilman Tyler holds individual meetings in Richmond’s West End 1st District throughout the year, typically at the same time and place, on the fourth Tuesday of every other month. His meetings include information on [...]
According to the Richmond Times Dispatch: Jennifer Walle, who has filed lawsuits in an alleged groping incident involving a co-worker at Richmond City Hall, is no longer working as liaison to 1st District Councilman Bruce W. Tyler. Walle’s attorney, D. Hayden Fisher, said Tuesday that his client left her position about two weeks ago and [...]
Just when all seemed to be looking up, the Mayor and City Council continues to feud over the Mayor’s suspected (by City Council) withholding of school funds as reported by the Times-Dispatch: Council members accused Black, the mayor’s top finance officer, of defying the law by continuing to withhold money appropriated for schools, despite budget [...]