The writing here is largely driven by my own personal passion and free time. When there are things happening in the community that I feel I can add some useful perspective about, and I have the time and focus to do that, I publish. When I get busy with life, go on vacation, or otherwise just don’t feel like writing, I don’t publish. For something I do voluntarily and mostly for fun, I don’t really want to change that arrangement.
But I’m also grateful to have gotten positive feedback online and in person from folks who find this site and my writings about Richmond useful. Some are careful to point out that they don’t always agree with me, but they appreciate the insights and conversation. Prompting more conversation and action is the point, and I want to honor the two-way nature of that.
So, a simple question for those of you following along: what would you enjoy seeing more of here on RichmondMatters.com? This poll will be open for about a week, and then I’ll share the results. Vote for your top 1 or 2 choices here:
And thanks for reading.
I appreciate your insight and perspective and hope you keep interested in Richmond. I am proud to say I am from Richmond and call it home.
A problem looming on the horizon is that we will become a food desert. With marshs moving out the pedestrian community will be shopping at the convenience stores and our children will suffer the most. With the schools engaged in lunch shaming our children here in middle America will become malnourished