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Richmond votes in favor of issuing city IDs  City leaders are closer to approving an ordinance that would issue city identification cards to people who don't have other forms of photo IDs City Bans Smoking In Apartments, Condos
Richmond votes to raise minimum wage to $12.30 by 2017   The city is one step closer to having the highest minimum wage in the state. The City Council voted 6-1 in favor of the ordinance Richmond to sue Chevron over 2012 refinery fire  The city of Richmond will file suit against Chevron Friday morning for damages related to the refinery explosion and fire almost one year ag... Richmond's pioneering eminent-domain threat  Richmond is poised to become the first city in the country to invoke eminent domain to address its foreclosure crisis Officials approve city ID cards


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Jul.6
  City Council approved the issuing of photo ID cards for residents who can prove they have been a resident for 15 of the 30 days
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Jul.12
  City officials are snuffing out smoking in apartments, condominiums and public places, making it the hardest place in the Bay Area to smoke



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Jul.17
  The City Council has approved a controversial plan by Chevron to upgrade equipment at its Richmond refinery
Jul.16 City continues hearings into Chevron  Hundreds of people on both sides of the issue jammed into a City Council meeting Jun.7   City caps 'drty' crude at Chevron refinery
  Richmond officials have approved new restrictions on the amount and type of crude oil Chevron can process at its refinery


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Apr.13 Officials To Curb Problem Liquor Stores
  Oakland: Assemblywoman Loni Hancock's legislation will allow Oakland and Richmond to remove nuisance stores in high crime areas

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Jun.22 No 'State Of Emergency' For City
  The City Council voted 7-2 against declaring a state of emergency in its most violent neighborhoods Jun.20   State of Emergency Debated
  City police are one step closer to getting money to pay for anti-crime programs
Jun.4 $103 million general fund city budget  Mayor Irma L. Anderson has released a budget for fiscal 2006, which is a 3% increase over the previous fiscal year

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Nov.10   Casino Plan Gets Key Approval
  The city has sold a prime piece of waterfront property for $50 million with plans to build a casino and resort hotel Apr.2 Fire Sparks Worries About Budget Cuts  Fire crews say they were fortunate to contain a 3-alarm fire at an apartment complex City will lay off 213 workers  The city will shutter its branch libraries and close half its recreational centers by next month Mar.4 City has a $35 million budget deficit  The city started the fiscal year with a $8.3 million General Fund deficit, overspent by $6 million Jan.24 Library be renamed to honor Sen. Marks  The branch library will be renamed to honor former San Francisco Assemblyman and state Senator Jan.8 City on Brink of Bankruptcy  The city of Richmond has only $125,000 cash on hand to last until June 30

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Feb.2 Free tax assistance  The city is offering assistance in order to make sure that low-income residents don't miss out tax credits

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Mar.3 County launches animal patrol  Team is committed to rounding up animals running loose

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Jul.18 New Limits on Dogs  Residents will be limited to 2 per apartment and 3 per house




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