Twenty out of Richmond’s 25 city-based commissions and committees currently have empty seats, resulting in an approximately 30 percent vacancy rate. For these committees, this means more work and fewer opportunities to engage the public.
As Bay Area traffic increases, many Richmond residents are excited by the new ferry terminal project while others wonder how the anticipated economic development will impact the future of the city.
Hilltop Mall is in a period of transition, with its struggle for business well documented. We looked deeper into the problems, prospects and potential of Hilltop Mall.
Community protests complement a new business report in looking for binding local agreements over the development of the Richmond Bay Campus.
Two weeks ago a Zhoushan business delegation visited the port, and this time they came to do more than shake hands. A new Chinese-based development, built in part with Richmond’s participation, is on the immediate...