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Potential Projects

  • What to do with the old Reid Hospital site?
  • How to diffuse the Opioid crisis?
  • How do we tap into the talents or re-employ those in recovery?
  • How do we incorporate the use of solar panels into the design of the Townsend Center?
  • How to increase the city's revenue without taxation?
  • Blight removal vs. preservation of historic dilapidated properties?
  • Affordable transportation in the evening? How to optimize Rose View Transit?
  • Re-purposing the downtown promenade?
  • How much money would a county-wide food and beverage tax generate and what would be the best way to utilize these dollars?
  • City government property assessments: repair, remodel, move to new properties?
  • Creating a city government leadership development training academy?
  • Bringing more retirees to Richmond to increase property values?
  • Developing an interactive children's museum?

Potential Mentors:

  • Alexandra Pflug
  • Charlie Peck
  • Juan Gabaldon-Vielma
  • Rachael Reavis
  • Rossa Darni

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