Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Councilwoman Reva M. Trammell to hold a meeting for the Richmond Southside 8th Voter District

RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL
Richmond City Council – Richmond City Hall - 900 E. Broad Street, Suite 305 - Richmond, Virginia  23219 U.S.A.  - www.council.richmondva.gov

COUNCIL PUBLIC INFORMATION NEWS RELEASE
IMMEDIATE RELEASE TO BE FORWARDED AND SHARED
Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Councilwoman Reva M. Trammell to hold a meeting for the Richmond Southside 8th Voter District

All Richmond Southside 8th Voter District residents invited to attend

WHAT           (Richmond, Virginia U.S.A.) - The Honorable Reva M. Trammell, Councilwoman, Richmond City Council, Richmond Southside 8th Voter District, will hold a meeting for the Richmond Southside 8th Voter District. Councilwoman Trammell personally holds meetings that include information on her goals and accomplishments, a thematic agenda, special guests and refreshments. These meetings are free and open to the public and all Richmond Southside 8th Voter District residents are invited and encouraged to attend. Her agenda and special guests for this meeting include:

AGENDA/SPECIAL GUESTS

·     Ms. Davion Washington, 2017 Miss Greater Richmond Princess
Miss Greater Richmond Scholarship Program,
Affiliate of the Miss Virginia and Miss America Organizations

·     Mr. Thomas A. Wilkerson, III, Chief Executive Officer
Maramjen Investments, LLC

·     Discussion: Clopton Siteworks
Mr. Rick Gregory, Founder and Managing Partner
Fountainhead Properties, Inc.

·     Discussion: Thriving Cities Group
Ms. Lea Whitehurst, Executive Director
Richmonders Involved to Strengthen our Communities (RISC)

·     Mr. Lee Downey, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer
Richmond Department of Economic and Community Development

·     Ms. Deborah Morton, Interim Deputy Director
Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities

·      Ms. Demetria Garden, Membership Development Manager
JenCare Senior Medical Center

·    Police Officers from the Richmond Police Department and Firefighters from the Richmond Department of Fire and Emergency Services

WHEN           Thursday, August 17, 2017

6:00 - 8:00 p.m.      
         
WHERE          Satellite Restaurant & Lounge
4000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, Virginia 23234

CONTACT     For more information, please contact Councilwoman Reva Trammell, at 804-240-5050 (mobile); or 804-233-7382 (home), or via email, at reva.trammell@richmondgov.com


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Monday, August 7, 2017

Help Wanted: 200 Richmond Election Officers needed to work Nov. 7 Election Day - Starting pay $130.00

RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL
Richmond City Council – Richmond City Hall - 900 E. Broad Street, Suite 305 - Richmond, Virginia  23219 U.S.A.  - www.council.richmondva.gov

COUNCIL PUBLIC INFORMATION NEWS RELEASE
IMMEDIATE RELEASE TO BE FORWARDED AND SHARED
Monday, 7 August 2017

Help Wanted: 200 Richmond Election Officers needed to work Nov. 7 Election Day - Starting pay $130.00

Individuals invited and encouraged to apply to serve

WHAT             (Richmond, Virginia U.S.A.) -- The Richmond Office of the General Registrar is looking for 200 Election Officers to serve during the upcoming election on November 7, 2017. Election Officers are critical to ensuring that elections are conducted in a fair and impartial manner so that the outcome reflects the will of the citizens of Richmond.

                             Dedicated individuals that are registered to vote in the Commonwealth of Virginia, who take pride in their work, are patient, and enjoy working with people are invited and encouraged to apply to serve as a Richmond Election Officer. Election Officers are paid for their service, starting at $130.00 for their work for the day.

                             Duties on Election Day may include:

·         Arranging a voting location (polling place)
·         Greeting and helping manage the flow of voters
·         Setting up voting equipment and preparing voting location/polling place for voting
·         Helping determine if voters are qualified to vote and process them in the voter pollbook
·         Admit voters to voting machines
·         Tallying results
·         Packing up supplies
·         Reporting to voting location/polling place (the time can vary, but never later than 5:15 a.m.) and staying until done (this can sometimes be as late as 9:00/10:00 p.m.)

                             All new Election Officers must complete a basic training class that will be held in September and October. Election Officers completing basic training will be paid $15.00.

                             Applications can be obtained from the Richmond Office of the General Registrar, located in Richmond City Hall; 900 East Broad St., Room 105 (1st fl.); Richmond, VA. Individuals can also apply online at https://apps.elections.virginia.gov/OnlineForms/OfficerofElection

CONTACT    For more information, please contact: Richmond Office of the General Registrar, at 804.646.5950, or by visiting the Richmond Office of General Registrar, located in Richmond City Hall; 900 East Broad Street, Room 105; Richmond, VA. or individuals can apply online at https://apps.elections.virginia.gov/OnlineForms/OfficerofElection



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