Watch the “Mayor’s Minute – First 100 Days” here. Today, April 10, 2017, marks Mayor Stoney’s 100th day in office after being sworn in and pledging to work every day to construct One Richmond – a city that works for everybody. Mayor Stoney has stopped at fire stations, police precincts and another of city colleges already, in addition to more than 100 open public performances in his first a few months in office. He in addition has joined council members in region walk-throughs or held community conferences in nearly every district. “It’s been a great 100 times,” said Mayor Stoney. “I wish to thank the community for all of its support.
Below is a list of a few of the administration’s accomplishments within the first 100 times. Initiated a 100-Day performance review by the Performance Management Group to find out what works and what needs improvement in City Hall. Took swift action to improve command of several departments. Unanimous adoption by School Board and Council to work toward multi-agency, intergovernmental small to handle needs of the complete child. More than 100 public appearances, including schools, police, and fire stations, community walks and meetings in every district. Police Department is building a public casing device.
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Trained more than 450 residents in use of drive training. Three new fireplace engines were commissioned. Prioritized home streets in addition to primary streets during January snow surprise and … Read the rest