Rich City Biz Blog – March 6, 2017

March is Women’s History Month! In honor of Women’s History Month, the Chamber is contacting women-owned businesses to feature on our blog. Please contact nadine@rcoc.com for details. Funding Opportunities March 10: The Richmond Promise Scholarship March 20: ECIA Community Grant Program Application Due   Highlights from the Richmond City Council Meeting...

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All Signs LED to Richmond

A monthly update from the Richmond Chamber Government Relations Committee. Written by Michelle Blackwell, Chair. At the March Government Relations Committee meeting we were fortunate to have two guests join us to talk about the new sign ordinance that the City is crafting. Kieron Slaughter from the City of Richmond...

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Fresh Air and Sewers

A monthly update by Michelle Blackwell, Chair, Richmond Chamber Government Relations Committee. At the October 15th Government Relations Committee meeting, Chad Davisson from the City’s Wastewater Department and Sonam Sha-Paul from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) gave us an update on their programs, plans and projects. Richmond’s...

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Chevron, Contra Costa County Assessor’s Office Reach Tax Settlement Agreement

A message from Chevron Richmond Chevron U.S.A. Inc. (CUSA) announced today that it has reached an agreement with the Contra Costa County Assessor’s Office to resolve property tax appeals for the years 2004-2012 concerning its Richmond Refinery. As part of the settlement agreement, both the County Board of Supervisors and...

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Jael Myrick appointed to City Council

Article by Zach St. George, www.richmonconfidential.org – Posted February 5, 2013. Read the official article here. The City Council appointed Jael Myrick to fill Gary Bell’s empty seat in a 4 – 1 vote with one abstention Monday, avoiding a special election. Myrick will be sworn in during Tuesday night’s...

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