The January 25 Board meeting was held via Zoom. A recording of the meeting is in the link above and a summary of topics covered.
The Board members were introduced
The new conservation easement on Kansas Avenue between Greenville and Carter now has official signage
Maymont Glow took place in December and provided a nice socially-distanced event for many
David Naoroz provided the neighborhood crime report for the precinct
There was a significant reduction in crime for 2020 and we beat last year’s numbers.
He reminded neighbors to lock their car doors as car theft is common
Betsy Carr presented a brief report on the House of Delegates session. The session is virtual and that is going well. Her number is 804-986-6852 and her email is firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone would like to contact her.
Amy Robins provided an update on recent and upcoming events in the 5th district. A summary of topics covered is listed below:
Utility relief has been extended – additional information is on Facebook
Dominion loan forgiveness
The Mayor releases his budget on March 5
For COVID testing information, please call 804-205-3501
There will be a Zoom call with Stephanie on February 25