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Report from City Hall

Report from City Hall

REPORT FROM CITY HALL By Council Member LONNIE CRAIG Congratulations Chesapeake Rotary Club The yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of the City of Chesapeake is off and running.  Several…

Taxpayer Assistance at the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office

Taxpayer Assistance at the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office

TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE AT THE COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE’S OFFICE Spring is a busy time of year for the Chesapeake Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office.  The business license tax filing deadline…

Mayor Krasnoff delivers State of the City Address

Mayor Krasnoff delivers State of the City Address

Mayor Krasnoff delivers State of the City Address Says Transportation Key to Growth Chesapeake Mayor Alan P. Krasnoff presented the annual State of the City address on March 28 at…

Report from City Hall

Report from City Hall

By Council Member RICK WEST Trust. Every day your life is filled with elements of trust in those people for whom you cast your vote: Trust that the traffic signals…

Constitutional Corner

Constitutional Corner

By Sheriff JIM O’SULLIVAN It has been just over five months since I was honored by being sworn in as the Sheriff of the City of Chesapeake.  As I stated…

Making Congress Personally Accountable for Passing a Budget

Making Congress Personally Accountable for Passing a Budget

From Capitol Hill One of a Congress’ most basic responsibilities is to pass a budget.  Families and businesses all across America regularly make budgets, yet the U.S. Senate has failed…

Constitutional Corner

Constitutional Corner

By BARBARA CARRAWAY It was a sunny Sunday afternoon in late May 1989, sitting at the dining room table of my neighbors, Ben and Marilyn Hurr, discussing the other two…

REPORT FROM CITY HALL

REPORT FROM CITY HALL

By DR. ELLA P. WARD I am Dr. Ella P. Ward, and I have served as a member of your Chesapeake City Council for the past seven years. Prior to…

Constitutional Corner

Constitutional Corner

By NANCY PARR I am Nancy Parr, and I am your Commonwealth’s Attorney. This is how I introduce myself when I speak to various groups, clubs and students throughout the…

From Capitol Hill

Congressman J. Randy Forbes It was 10:57 pm on New Year’s Day. And I punched my vote card on the floor of the House of Representatives. At that moment there…

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