Point Molate Lawsuit Settled

City Successfully Resolves Point Molate LDA Litigation: Guidiville Rancheria of California vs. The United States of America, Case No. CV12-1326 (N.D. Cal.). Continue reading

SUPPORT YOUR YOUTH AND CATCH A FEW RAYS

Imagine sitting out on a beautiful Spring afternoon catching a few rays, watching your Oakland A’s whip the Texas Rangers AND you’re supporting local youth at the same time. Continue reading

FASTING IN SUPPORT OF BEARS EARS NATIONAL MONUMENT

I am a native man fasting for 3 months for Bears Ears National Monument My name is Mike ‘Raccoon Eyes’ Kinney,—a Native man living here in Richmond. I am the San Francisco Bay Area delegate to the Inter-Tribal Council of California and Chairperson of the California chapter of the United Urban Warriors Society—agencies dedicated to the advancement of our Native people and more human and civil rights for our Native people. Continue reading

Share With Us Your Story

It’s no accident that Richmond’s city hero is Rosie the Riveter — one of the most durable symbols of American resilience in the face of insurmountable odds. Continue reading

This Is What Immigration Enforcement Looks Like Under President Trump

In two consecutive SWAT-style raids, ICE and U.S. Marshals’ agents raid a family’s home without a warrant. Brittney Nystrom Executive Director ACLU of Utah MARCH 6, 2018 REPRINTED FROM ACLU.ORG Continue reading

Richmond City Manager to Retire

Long time City Manager Bill Lindsay announced on Wednesday that he plans to retire at the end of July. Below is the letter sent to the Mayor and members of the Council.  A search will be underway to solicit a replacement for a seamless transition. Continue reading

LEGALIZED EXTORTION UNDER THE GUISE OF DEMOCRACY Chapter 2

This editorial is lengthy. It has been broken up into two initial chapters with follow-up articles expected as things progress. Be sure to look at Chapter 1. Continue reading

LEGALIZED EXTORTION UNDER THE GUISE OF DEMOCRACY Chapter 1

This editorial is lengthy. It has been broken up into two initial chapters with follow-up articles expected as things progress. Be sure to look at Chapter 2. Continue reading

State of the City Report

Charter Requirement: The Mayor shall make an annual report to the City Council as to the conditions and affairs of the City. Continue reading

Paying Property Taxes Earlier Before They're Due

Over the past several months the Republican dominated Congress—along with their President—has been bragging about their monumental new tax plan that is going to be of great benefit to regular working people. Just how great a benefit this will be is something to be learned over the next several months. Continue reading
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