Morning Links

Judkins is in court this morning, the city is moving on plans to launch a bike share program and more on Joe Morrissey.


A lawsuit the city’s finance director, Sharon Judkins, filed against the city auditor, Umesh Dalal, comes to court this morning for a motions hearing at 9 a.m.

Among other things, Judkins is asking a judge to let her introduce an amended complaint that adds the city as a defendant.

Judkins alleges Dalal defamed her and acted negligently when he released an audit questioning a $400,000 boost in her retirement benefits before she left the city.

In other news:

If Joe Morrissey is booted from the House of Delegates by his colleagues, it would be the first time that’s happened since 1876. [Washington Post]

Sheriff Mike Wade, who is overseeing Morrissey’s sentence, answered a lot of questions yesterday about how that’s working out. He also released a map showing Morrissey’s travels that day, as tracked by the GPS bracelet on his ankle. [Scrum]

The city is moving forward with plans to install a bike share program by September 2015. [Times-Dispatch]

Style sent a food reviewer to check out Stone Brewing Co.’s West Coast restaurant and give you an idea of what’s coming to Richmond. [Style]

A woman says she was shot at while chasing an alleged puppy robber. [Times-Dispatch]

VCU Health System accidentally gave CDs containing patient files to local art students. [WRIC]

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