Jul 29, 2022

Vallejo seeking arguments for or against sales tax measure

Measure P is general transaction and use tax, which if passed, is estimated to generate $18 million annually for the city’s coffers....

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  Jul 29, 2022

Vallejo received 1,049 applicants for 51 affordable housing units in 3 hours

The project is expected to begin housing chronically unsheltered people starting in January...

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  Jul 21, 2022

More than a dozen seek a seat on Vallejo City Council

More than a dozen candidates have officially formed campaign committees in hopes of being elected to one of the three open seats this fall....

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  Jul 07, 2022

Vallejo City Council moves forward with controversial permanent supportive housing project

The project has pitted Vallejo officials against the city of American Canyon, which has expressed concern with the proposed plan to build 47 studio apartments near the border between the two cities....

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  Jun 17, 2022

Vallejo City Council approves new fiscal year budget

Some members said they were insulted by the suggestion the council was using $350,000 in discretionary funding as a “slush fund.”...

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  Jun 15, 2022

American Canyon considers legal action to block Vallejo supportive housing

The Vallejo City Council doubled down on the project in a 4-2 vote....

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  Jun 09, 2022

Poll finds Vallejo residents distrust government as council proceeds with tax measure

The council voted 4-2 to place a general tax measure on the November ballot....

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  Jun 08, 2022

Vallejo moves forward with housing project despite objections from American Canyon

Vallejo’s plan to build a 48-unit permanent supportive housing project was met with resistance by the city of American Canyon....

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  May 25, 2022

Vallejo council gets first look at new budget, renames park for MLK

The Vallejo City Council is poised to carve out at least $350,000 in discretionary funds from the upcoming fiscal year budget to distribute to local nonprofits....

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  May 18, 2022

Vallejo attorneys argue badge bending report should remain secret

Police officials said they were waiting on City Attorney Veronica Nebb to release the report....

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  May 16, 2022

City council to get update on Vallejo police reform

The council will also consider banning possession of catalytic converters without proof of lawful possession....

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  May 13, 2022

Vallejo City Council delays decision on appeal from V-Town Farms

V-Town Farms is seeking to amend a requirement that it donate $600,000 to local non-profit agencies or schools and add additional windows to the front of its business....

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