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Is Richmond City Hall going to the bees?

Coun. Linda Barnes is suggesting Richmond City Hall might be a good place for beekeeping.

At a recent parks committee meeting, Barnes suggested city property, including city hall, should be explored as potential beekeeping sites.

According to staff, beekeeping already takes place at Terra Nova Rural Park, London Farm and Richmond Nature Park.

The committee has asked staff to study the issue.

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