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4th District School meeting

Graziano hosting special meeting to discuss financing of Shockoe Economic Development plan

School closures and Woodland Heights re-zoning back on the agenda

Monday was a busy night for the school board but nothing definitive was decided.

Message from Kristen Larson, School Board Elect, 4th District

Dear 4th District Neighbors, My name is Kristen Larson and I am your newly elected School Board Representative, 4th District.  I will be sworn into office in January 2013 for a 4-year term.  I will be working with our city council representative Kathy Graziano to keep you updated via meetings and written communication in a way best reaches the […]

RTD candidate endorsements

The end of the election cycle is within sight. RTD came out this morning with their endorsements in the local races. The 4th District comprises neighborhoods in southwest Richmond. Council president Kathy Graziano has been a stalwart for many years and ought to return. The contest for the district’s representative on the School Board has attracted several outstanding candidates. […]

4th District candidates forum at Fisher Elementary

Email from Kristin Lyons, PTA President, J.B. Fisher Elementary JB Fisher Elementary School has invited the candidates running for School Board in our 4th district and the two candidates running for City Council, Kathy Graziano and Johnny Walker, to come and speak to our parents/their constituents.

4th District Meeting on Tuesday

Kathy Graziano, 4th District Councilperson and Council Chair is holding her quarterly 4th District meeting on Tuesday 10/9, 7 pm, at St. Luke’s, Custis Road and Chippenham Parkway. Several individuals from the City will be there to speak and answer questions. C.T. Wood, Sheriff Bob Steidel, Director, Public Works Utilities Kevin Ervin, Finance Department LaForest Williams, Park […]

Meet the candidates, get dinner and a flu shot on 9/19

Next Wednesday, September 19, 2012 the Westover Baptist Church (1000 Westover Hills Boulevard) is hosting a 4th and 9th District Candidate Forum from 7 – 9 p.m. There will be a free dinner from 6 – 7 p.m. and during that dinner hour a nurse from IVNA will be available to administer flu shots at a […]

School board candidates get some press

The RTD article is supposedly about the Mayor’s son Derik E. Jones running for the 8th District school board seat but more time is spent on the 4th District candidates, Kristen Larson, Rich Savage and Vanessa Womack Easter.

4th District meeting next Tuesday

Councilwoman Kathy Graziano the local council member for most of our area is planning to her quarterly meeting on Tuesday, January 31 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at St. Luke Lutheran Church (7757 Chippenham Parkway). On the agenda is Richmond Alternate Leaf Collection Program by James Jackson, Director, Richmond Department of Public Works, a look at Richmond […]

4th District School Board Seat and Others to be Open Next Election

Not only has Adria A. Graham Scott of the 4th District announced that she won’t be seeking re-election but Council Chair Kim Bridges and Evette L. Wilson of the 9th District have also announced that they won’t be running in November. Graham Scott, elected to the board in 2008, had announced her intention to not […]

4th District Meeting on Wednesday

Council President Kathy Graziano has scheduled the city’s first Sustainability Manager as the primary speaker at the June Fourth District Meeting. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 8, at 7 p.m., at St. Luke Lutheran Church, 7757 Chippenham Parkway.

Fourth District Schools Meet and Greet

A great chance for families to check out some local schools is coming up. Check this out before you start pricing houses in the county. From the office of Kathy Graziano; Richmond City Council President Kathy Graziano and Fourth District School Board Member Adria Graham Scott have scheduled an unprecedented opportunity for Fourth District parents […]

Fourth District Meeting on Wednesday

Council Member Kathy Graziano’s Fourth District Meeting is this Wednesday, May 12, at 7 pm at the usual location St. Luke Lutheran Church, 7757 Chippenham Parkway. On the agenda; A presentation on the new city Sustainability Office, A presentation on Fourth District Stormwater Management Projects, Police Sector Reports and a report on plans for the […]

4th District Meeting Canceled

Received word earlier that the 4th District meeting scheduled for tonight is canceled. If and when it is rescheduled we’ll let you know.

4th District Meeting on Wednesday

Councilwoman Kathy Graziano, Southwest 4th District, Richmond City Council will hold a meeting this Wednesday in Richmond’s Southwest 4th District. If Richmond Public Schools are closed due to weather this meeting will be canceled and we’ll let you know when it is rescheduled. All Southwest 4th District citizens are invited and encouraged to attend. The […]

4th District Meeting Wednesday 2/10

Councilwoman Kathy Graziano, Southwest 4th District, Richmond City Council will hold a meeting in Richmond’s Southwest 4th District. All Southwest 4th District citizens are invited and encouraged to attend. The meeting will include: Topics 2010 Richmond Real Estate Assessments – James Hester, Richmond City Assessor of Real Estate 2010 United States Census Information – Jeffery […]

4th District & FHNA Meeting Tonight

4th District meets at St. Luke Lutheran Church 7757 Chippenham Parkway to discuss  Leaf Collection Schedules, Changes in Solid Waste Collections, Changes in bulk pick up and Dr. Donald Stern Reports on Seasonal and H1N1 Flu issues for the city. Starts at 7 p.m. Forest Hills Neighborhood Association meets at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church at […]

4th District Meeting Next Wednesday

Councilwoman Kathy Graziano, Southwest 4th District, Richmond City Council will hold a meeting WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2009 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at  St. Luke Lutheran Church.  All citizens are invited and encouraged to attend. The meeting will include: Richmond Department of Public Works Report on Leaf Collection New trash collection schedules New bulk trash pickup schedules […]

4th District Schools Fully Accredited

RTD is reporting the results of the Virginia Department of Education’s Accreditation Report and all currently open schools in the 4th District received full accreditation. Patrick Henry which is set to open next year received conditional accreditation since obviously there was not testing last year. Church Hill People’s News has this handy chart to check […]

4th District Meeting Sept. 9th

Mayor Dwight Jones and Superintendent Yvonne Brandon will discuss the Richmond Public Schools. All parents interested in Richmond schools are encouraged to attend and ask questions of the leadership. Wednesday, September 9, 2009 7:00 pm St. Luke Lutheran Church, 7757 Chippenham Parkway For information please call the office of Kathy Graziano at 320-2454.

4th District Update

Kathy Graziano’s 4th District Update is now ready for perusal (Sept 09 Newsletter). In my mind the most important bit of news is the announcement of the district meeting to be held on a Wednesday, September 9, 2009 7:00 pm at St. Luke Lutheran Church. Mayor Dwight Jones and Superintendent Yvonne Brandon will both be […]

4th District Choice Campaign Kickoff

On Saturday, August 1 Richmond Public Schools will be kicking off The Choice Campaign for the 4th District. The kickoff will be from 10 a.m. – noon at Thompson Middle School and then will move to a celebration at Westover Hill Elementary School. They are currently seeking volunteers and sponsors. Click on the flyer below […]

4th District School Board forum tonight

From Kathy Graziano’s office: Four candidates are running to replace George Braxton, who is not running for a third term. Bert Berlin and Jonathan Mallard are from the eastern end of the district, both residing in Westover Hills. John Lloyd lives on Traylor Drive in Traylor Estates, and Adria Graham Scott lives in the Wayland […]

Meet the 4th

The latest edition of Richmond.com’s Meet Your District column features the 4th District. The heavy focus on the school board race (including quotes from all 4 candidates) suggests that we’re not the only ones afflicted with the All Education All The Time theme…