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New Medical Centre – Public Notice

The proposed new medical centre for Richmond is a step closer!  The City is now at the stage of formal circulation of the planning application with a target date for decision of June 27.   Below is a link to the application on the City’s Development Application

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Sump Pump Remediation Offer – FREE!

Village Resident? Sump pump connected to the sanitary sewer? Check out this limited time FREE offer + cash compensation  On behalf of CARDEL Homes the Richmond Village Association (RVA) is reaching out to residents who may have “non-conforming” sump pump installations.  This is a generous offer to

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Richmond IDA Pharmacy – Thank you!

  Richmond IDA Pharmacy supports Richmond’s 200th Anniversary! The Richmond IDA Pharmacy has become the latest supporter of Richmond’s 200th Anniversary. Pictured are Karim Merani (owner/pharmacist) and Sue Gillis (pharmacist) who have recently purchased a $500 Street Banner for Richmond’s 2018 Bicentennial Anniversary.  Karim and Sue challenge

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Richmond’s Fantastic Garage Sale! – 2017

It’s that time of year again! Time to clear out your basements and garages, dust off those long forgotten “treasures” and turn them into cash!  This is a great opportunity to de-clutter your home, get out and say “Hi” to your neighbours and breath some fresh air

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McBean Street Bridge Work

Hurray! There are barricades finally blocking access to the McBean bridge sidewalk on the west side. I’m sure I am not the only one who has expressed concern to the city about the three gaping holes where the sidewalk has crumbled along the edge of the bridge.

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