1. 2014 FHS Junior Prom Grand March

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    This is the grand march of the 2014 Farmington New Hampshire Junior Class Prom.

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    • Part 3/6 - 2014 July 14 - Citizen Comment Period @ Formal Meeting - City Council - Richmond, Virginia

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      Meeting Agenda available, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFCouncil.asp?NO=425&TYPE=A Citizen comments from:

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      • Part 2/6 - 2014 July 14 - Awards Period & Amending Agenda @ Formal Meeting - City Council - Richmond, Virginia

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        Meeting Agenda available, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFCouncil.asp?NO=425&TYPE=A

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        • Part 1/ - 2014 July 14 - Prayer, Pledge, Rules, Appointments - @ Formal Meeting - City Council - Richmond, Virginia

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          President Charles Samuels opened the meeting at 6:21 PM. Prayer, Pledge of Allegiance, Evacuation Instructions, Rules for Speakers Appointments Meeting Agenda available, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFCouncil.asp?NO=425&TYPE=A

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          • The Sweet Festival

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            The feast of breaking the fast and the preparations done for Eid with eagerness.

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            • Dazzling Red Carpet Bridal Hair

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              The perfect up-do hairstyle for your black-tie wedding or red carpet event is here! Follow these easy steps to get dazzling red carpet bridal hair!

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              • Allyson Casela @ Eighteen (Pre-Debut Video)

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                Photographer and Videographer - Julius Padua fb.com/JuliusPadua.Photography Editor - Anthony Ariston fb.com/AristokratPortraits HMUA - Charlie Serafica

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                • Part 7/8 2014 May 27 - Regular Agenda - Budget Related Paper @ Richmond City Council - Richmond, Virginia

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                  Summary of speakers' comment from the official minutes of the meeting, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFCouncil.asp?NO=422&TYPE=M Speakers for Public Comment included: In Opposition [9:43] Silver Persinger spoke in opposition of all papers on the regular agenda stating that there should be a citizen-inclusive budget process. [13:35] L. Shirley Harvey spoke in opposition of water and gas bill increases and the salary increase for the Commonwealth Attorney stating that Council should be more considerate of how the city’s money is utilized. [15:48] Spencer Turner inquired about what will happen to the finances from withdrawn Ord. No. 2014- 108 and stated such monies should be allocated to programs that matter. President Charles Samuels responded stating that the administration and Council will, as a team, determine how the monies in the Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) will be spent. [18:36] Illya Davis stated that the budget should be created to proactively deter crime. [19:54] Claire Tuite stated that Council has the power to reallocate funds and requested that Council not attend the mayor’s meeting on Thursday, May 29th, regarding the Shockoe Bottom project. [23:42] Florence Breedlove stated that the monies specified in Ord. No. 2014-108 should be reallocated, and the language specified in the ordinances should be created to easily understand. Ms. Breedlove also stated that the city’s revenue problem resulted from Council exempting properties from taxation. [26:13] John Moser spoke in support of removing the funding specified in Ord. No. 2014-108 from the budget and reallocating the monies before the mayor spends the funds to develop a plan that the people do not want. [27:11] Baylen Forcier stated that he did not appreciate the mayor’s late withdrawal of Ord. No. 2014- 108. Mr. Forcier also stated that he found it obscene that President Samuels described the meeting as a business meeting, as a city is defined by its citizens coming together and protecting themselves. [29:17] Amy Altman thanked Council for expressing resistance to the Shockoe Bottom project. [31:11] Charles Pool stated that the monies involving Ord. No. 2014-108 should go toward Ord. No. 2014-47-93, Ord. No. 2014-61-98 and Ord. No. 2014-44-102. [34:33] Alan Schintzius stated that the monies related to Ord. No. 2014-108 should be removed from the budget. [36:30] Katherine Stoneman stated that she agrees that the monies from Ord. No. 2014-108 should be reallocated and stated that she appreciated Council for being the citizens’ voice when the mayor refused to listen. Rosalind Criss stated that she stands with the mayor’s decision to withdraw Ord. No. 2014-108, and she would have appreciated President Samuels honoring that there be no discussion on the proposed legislation. The meeting became chaotic during Michelle Mosby comments [1:00:56] and President Samuels called a 5 minute recess.

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                  • Part 5/8 2014 May 27 - Public Comment Period @ Richmond City Council - Richmond, Virginia

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                    Summary of speakers' comments from the official minutes of the meeting, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFCouncil.asp?NO=422&TYPE=M CITIZEN COMMENT [0:44] James Giddings expressed concern that his family has still not received protection as requested at a previous council meeting and asked Council for assistance. President Samuels directed Mr. Giddings to speak with Kimberly Kyle, a present representative of the Mayor’s Office. [9:04] Alan Schintzius addressed the respect and decorum of the city explaining that the manner in which Council conducts business is offensive to citizens. [13:35] Michael Gilbert asked what were the projected and actual costs and the projected and actual revenue of the Redskins Training Camp, Carpenter Theater, Sixth Street Market Place, Richmond Coliseum and the Greater Richmond Convention Center. Mr. Gilbert also stated that,for economic development to be successful, the project must make economic, financial and community sense. A copy of the information provided has been filed. [17:28] Michael Jones, Pastor – Village of Faith Ministries, expressed concern in paying the thirty-five dollar ($35.00) permit fee to feed citizens in Monroe Park and asked that the fee be eliminated. Rev. Jones also requested a listing of community groups that are to work with the Departments of Human Services and Social Services and a name and location of an alternate site to feed the citizens. A copy of the information provided has been filed. [20:38] Charles Pool expressed concern regarding no-bid contracts involving Venture Richmond and asked how the process instills confidence in the city’s procurement practices. Mr. Pool also stated that the no-bid process is bad for the city’s progression. [24:56] Illya Davis, Founder – Young Economics Program, stated that he believes African—Americans suffer educationally and African—Americans’ lack of involvement in economicsheightens the rate of recidivism. [29:30] Adrian Preston – Metropolitan Junior Baseball League, stated that the Inner City Classics and Black World Series will take place again this year and requested that Council continue to support the event.

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                    • Part 4/8 2014 May 27 - Amending Agenda @ Richmond City Council - Richmond, Virginia

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                      Changes to the agenda were reviewed. Meeting Agenda available, http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/clerkstracking/getPDFCouncil.asp?NO=422&TYPE=A

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