Accessibility info goes digital

Richmond News

Information on how accessible some public buildings and businesses are just got much easier to find. On Wednesday morning, Richmond became the first municipality in the country to adopt planat.com, a digital media tool that catalogs and rates the level of access of buildings and open spaces…

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Ideas wanted for Garden City lands

Richmond Review

For the first time in a century, Richmond residents are being welcomed to the Garden City lands. On Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the city wants people to come and contribute ideas for the future of this 55-hectare open space in the heart of the city. “We want people to connect with this parcel, rather than it be just green space. We want them to think about what they would like to see happen there,” said Mayor Malcolm Brodie Tuesday…

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How does your Garden City Lands grow?

Richmond News

City officials are calling for the public to help shape history this Saturday (June 1). That’s when the ball will get rolling on the future of the Garden City lands, a 136-acre parcel close to the city’s core, which has been off limits to Richmond residents pretty much since the early 1900s…

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Green collection starts next week

Richmond Review

The City of Richmond’s new recycling program was launched today, with collections from the newly delivered green carts scheduled to begin next week. Weekly curbside food scraps and yard trimming collection service will now be available to more than 40,000 homes in Richmond…

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