CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — A Democratic candidate for the House of Delegates is accusing a Chesterfield hotel of maintaining horrible living conditions.
Sheila Bynum-Coleman and a local non-profit posted a Facebook video tour of one of the rooms this week in an effort to raise awareness. The video has more than 6,000 views. The tour is aimed at showing poor living conditions at the America’s Best Value Inn in Chesterfield.
Sheila Bynum-Coleman is running in District 62 in Chesterfield County, an odd-shaped piece south of Richmond.
In 1991, Del. Riley E. Ingram succeeded in flipping the House of Delegates’ 62nd District from blue to red.
After more than two decades in office, the Republican incumbent will face a Democratic opponent who hopes to flip the district, made up of mostly Chesterfield County, once again.
It’s the fourth time during his 25 years in office that Ingram is facing an opponent, and it’s the same candidate who went up against him two years ago.
In 2015, Sheila spent $20,000 on her campaign and she came up with over 40% of the vote. Ingram spent over $220,000 to keep his seat...
Sheila Bynum-Coleman, B.A. Political Science ‘10, has an unwavering optimism that fuels all of her many successful pursuits. A longtime civic and community activist, Shelia is taking her passion and positivity to the streets as she campaigns to win a seat as the Virginia 62nd house district representative.
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Chesterfield County Public Schools has put out a plan to eventually get rid of almost 300 trailers currently being used in county schools.
“It’s really not conducive to learning. It doesn’t work for our kids so we need to get them into the classroom,” parent Sheila Coleman said.
Following a public hearing earlier this month in which citizens expressed concern about proposed amendments to the county charter, local leaders are seeking additional input into the composition of Chesterfield’s governing document.
The county will host a community meeting about the charter Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Career and Technical Center on Hull Street Road.