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  142 posts

  January 21, 2022

Vallejo seeking applicants for new surveillance advisory board

The board is tasked with advising city council on the best practices regarding the city’s use of surveillance technology....

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  January 21, 2022

Vallejo City Council to get update on $10M VPOA lawsuit

Michael Nichelini, president of the city’s police union and a former police lieutenant, was fired last March after he was the subject of several internal investigations....

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  January 20, 2022

Vallejo City Council seeking $20M in state funds for homeless housing

The funds would go to build a 48-unit permanent supportive housing project in North Vallejo....

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  January 19, 2022

Departing Vallejo employees cite low pay, stressful working conditions

About 80 employees left in the first three quarters of 2021. The city currently has about 150 vacancies....

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  January 13, 2022

Vallejo City Council returns to teleconference meetings amid omicron surge

At least 29 city of Vallejo employees have already tested positive for COVID-19 this year....

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  January 13, 2022

Vallejo City Council approves housing vouchers for people in Project RoomKey, addresses deaths in program

All three people had been dead for days before being found....

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