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VT announced that the fall 2019 class will be larger than any previous incoming class with over 7500 students expected.  Blackburg's mayor cited approvals of more housing in the city as part of the preparations for the university's growth.
This article out of the Virginia Beach area is a good reminder to look at your locality's upcoming property taxes.  Statewide trends indicate increases in taxes and fees for property owners are coming soon.
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This article shows the topics most often lied about by residents - before you look - turn it into a team appreciation event!  You and your staff can guess at the number one lie told by residents and the "winner" gets a prize OR just order pizza for the team and have fun lunch talk!
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2019 BRAC Prestige Awards - Community Nominations Open
BRAC 4/29/19 Tammy Garrison Community Service - Food Drive Through June 7
 
HRAC 5/7/19 Certified Apartment Manager (CAM)
 
CVAA 5/9/19 Supplier Speed Dating (SOLD OUT)
RLRAC 5/9/19 Mini-Con (VRLTA training and more)
 
CVAA 5/16/19 Golf Tournament
VRHC 5/16/19 Mix & Mingle
HRAC 5/17/19 Day of Giving
HRAC 5/17/19 Morning Coffee Meeting
CVAA 5/21/19 VRLTA With Grimes Creasy
RLRAC 5/21/2019 Star Awards Task Force Meeting
BRAC 5/22/19 Mini Con (VRLTA, Trade Show & Luncheon)
NRVAC 5/23/19 Membership Breakfast
VRHC 5/23/19 VRLTA Legal Seminar By Grimes Creasy
CVAA 5/28/19 Fair Housing Certification
HRAC 6/7/19 First Annual Field Day
HRAC 6/11/19 Fair Housing Certification
BRAC 06/11/19 Mix & Mingle
VRHC 06/14/19 Fair Housing Certification
HRAC 6/19/19 VRLTA Seminar with Chip Dicks
 
 
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Development News
Touted as the first of its kind development, a nonprofit housing provider partnered with Lawson Companies to redevelop old housing stock.
A Petersburg based developer received approval from the Amherst County Board of Supervisors for density for up to 40 apartments and the former elementary school was also named to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Richmond Redevelopment Housing Authority chose a company from New Jersey to begin rehabilitation work their housing projects.
Zoning changes have been requested so that the Econo Lodge on Parkway Drive to allow the motel to be converted into affordable apartments.
Developers in Richmond's Manchester area are ready to bring 215 more apartments to the area as part of a mixed-use project.  20% of the units are planned to be income-based apartments.
A new development of 96 income-based apartments with primarily 2- and 3-bedroom units will break ground soon off German School Road with 2-bedroom rents planned at $1,000 per month.
The developers of Libbie Mill are planning at least 350 additional apartments for the next phase of development.
Approval from Richmond City Council was given for a hybrid development.  245 age-restricted units are planned along with a mini-storage facility open both to residents and non-residents.