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  1. What are the "hidden gems" in Richmond?

    We are currently working on developing a lifestyle guide for the City that will feature restaurants, recreation and cultural amenities. Let us know your "hidden gems" that you would like to share.
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    Jul 22, 2014 by Steve Furtado (5 points)

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  2. Update to Richmond Five-Year Strategic Business Plan

    The City is currently updating the 2009-2014 Five-Year Strategic Business Plan. What projects/programs should the City focus on completing in the next five years (between 2016-2021)? The current plan...
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    Dec 2, 2016 by Steve Furtado (5 points)

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  3. Eliminate Richmond Property Pension Tax

    natbates@comcast.com, gayleclaughlin@officeofthemayor.net, corkybooze@clrichmond.ca.us Today at 1:19 PM Officers of The City Of Richmond,Ca --Richmond...
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    Oct 8, 2014 by robert patterson (5 points)

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  4. Fairmede Park needs Maintenance, gross overgrowth and many dead trees

    The city stopped maintaining Fairmede Park for past few years. There is gross Vegetation and Twenty dead trees that can fall injuring kids walking to school or park goers The city could be liable for...
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    May 6, 2016 by JOHN ADAMS (5 points)

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  5. Worker-owned Cooperative Enterprises.

    The City of Richmond should promote and invest heavily in worker-owned cooperative enterprises. Given the tremendous failings of capitalism - the growing gap between the economic classes, the...
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    Dec 24, 2016 by James Madden (9 points)

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  6. An internet, city wide lost and found

    an internet, city wide lost and found

    Jan 26, 2015 by rosanne ryken (7 points)

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  7. Library Improvements

    Join the Contra Costa Library System. This would increase the volume of information available to Richmond residents and reduce the isolation equation in our city

    Nov 14, 2015 by Conduit C. (15 points)

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  8. Traffic on residential streets

    The lane changes on Barret have made life on residential streets extremely dangerous for anyone living on ALL the cross streets in the city of Richmond. Drivers do not want to wait in all the traffic...
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    Jul 15, 2015 by Sadie Roberts (5 points)

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  9. Parking on Lawns

    Parking on lawns bring the values of homes down. Because nothing is being done about, it is happening more and more. It is an ugly sight and brings the values of homes down for home owners. ...
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    Nov 22, 2015 by Ms. Rockett (12 points)

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  10. Support Water Protectors, take our Money out of Wells Fargo

    It would be great if Richmond supported the Native Water protectors and took any money out of banks that support pipelines, especially Wells...
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    Feb 8, 2017 by Bertha Pearl (5 points)

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  11. Train horn noise

    I'd like to hear concrete ideas or actions from the city and/or community that citizens can take to make headway on the issue of the constant train horn noise. I feel completely abused both day and...
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    Sep 10, 2015 by BF (5 points)

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  12. To rework the entire city, with a marine theme, celebrating the 32 miles of shoreline in Richmond.

    Rename Marina Bay, which does not give you a sense of place, to this: Ohlone Bay Marina and Yacht Club, Richmond CA. Use the "Star" emblem already in use, or have a logo contest for a new symbol that...
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    Nov 14, 2015 by Conduit C. (15 points)

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  13. On-ramp for Target Traffic

    Drivers visiting Target can easily get off on MacDonald avenue from the 80 going north but there is no reciprocal on-ramp back on the freeway. Instead, shoppers have to drive through 44th street--a...
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    Mar 26, 2015 by Rebecca Hernandez (15 points)

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  14. Speed Bumps for 44th Street

    Shoppers of the Macdonald 80 Shopping Center exit the center and easily cut straight through 44th street--to quickly get on the 80 south. They do this instead of turning left on Macdonald, making a...
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    Mar 26, 2015 by Rebecca Hernandez (15 points)

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  15. Higher Standard for Businesses in the community

    Ohio Market is directly behind home. The store's backyard is filled with trash and it is piled against my fence. It is typically a foul scent in and around the store. It harbors huge rats. City...
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    Nov 22, 2015 by Ms. Rockett (12 points)

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  16. Expose Chevron for it's lack of community development

    Chevron has made efforts but it is not enough as Richmond is still in the same state and condition year after year. I want to advocate and be a voice to bring to the forefront that Richmond does not...
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    Nov 7, 2016 by Jordan World Care (7 points)

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  17. Richmond: The Best of the Bay, CA and beyond!

    Examine what's working around the Bay in terms of quality of life, environment, infrastructure and government. Example: adopt the "Bicycle Blvd." program pioneered in Berkeley. End the tyranny of the...
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    Nov 14, 2015 by Conduit C. (15 points)

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  18. Photovoltaic or Concrete Noise barriers along 80 freeway

    There is a dearth of noise barriers along the 80 freeway. I am a homeowner on 44th street and notice that noise barriers do not begin until you enter El Cerrito. This lack of basic and inexpensive...
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    Mar 26, 2015 by Rebecca Hernandez (15 points)

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  19. Dangerous intersection

    The intersection of Richmond parkway and Hill Top drive is very dangerous to the residents in the area. Their are several red light runners at any given time and it is only a matter of time before a...
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    Nov 7, 2016 by Haz (5 points)

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  20. Make Election Day a City-Wide Holiday

    Let us set an example for the entire country by making Election Day a city-wide holiday! Our country consistently reports low voter turnout, even though many of the reasons are known: disenfranchised...
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    Feb 5, 2017 by James Madden (9 points)

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