From Jon Baliles: Due to multiple schedule conflicts and availability, we are having to reschedule our Town Hall Meeting that will now take place Wednesday, October 2 at 6pm at Albert Hill Middle School (3400 Patterson Avenue). I apologize for the inconvenience. We will be discussing issues pertaining to the 1st District and the City, [...]
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From Jon Baliles: The Urban Design Committee will consider traffic calming installations for Maple Avenue at their meeting on Thursday, September 5 at 10am on the 5th Floor of City Hall. The proposal was the result of a Westview Civic Association initiated meeting that was held on April 15th at St. Christopher’s School and calls [...]
From Jon Baliles: Please join me for a Town Hall meeting next Tuesday, July 23rd at 6pm. Please note this meeting will take place in the Mary Munford Elementary School auditorium as Albert Hill is undergoing a summer painting project. We hope to see you next Tuesday!
From Councilman Jon Baliles: Please join me for a Town Hall Meeting Wednesday, May 29th at 6pm at Albert Hill Middle School located at 3400 Patterson Avenue (map). We will be discussing issues pertaining to the 1st District and the City, including an update on public safety, Richmond Public Schools, and have an open discussion [...]
Reminder: There will be a meeting regarding the Libbie-Grove-Patterson Master Plan tomorrow evening, May 22, at 6:30pm in St. Christopher’s Middle School auditorium. The meeting is open to the public and is intended to provide an opportunity for property owners and interested stakeholders to review the proposed rezoning and to ask questions and/or provide comments [...]
City Councilman Jon Baliles will hold the first of what are to be bi-monthly Town Hall Meetings next Tuesday, March 26, at 6pm at Albert Hill Middle School (3400 Patterson Avenue) We will have an update on public safety, Richmond Public Schools with School Board member Glen Sturtevant, the ongoing budget process, and the new [...]
“Baliles survives recount” by final margin of 20 votes over Bruce Tyler.
Your vote makes a difference, at least in this race: The complete but unofficial results of the 1st District City Council race leaves Jon Baliles with just a 24-vote lead over Bruce Tyler (Times-Dispatch) Baliles got 6,183, or 49.85 percent, of the vote for the seat representing Richmond’s West End, while Tyler received 6,159, or [...]