Mina Loera-Diaz

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Mina Loera-Diaz was elected to the Vallejo City Council in 2020 to represent the newly created District 3 - Glen Cove. She unsuccessfully ran for city council in November 2016 - placing 5th out of three available seats. Loera-Diaz is a real estate agent and founded the community organization Diaz & Loera Centro Latino in Vallejo. Her term ends in January 2025.

  Feb 21, 2024

Vallejo City Council devotes millions of new dollars to street repair

The council approved $5 million of new sales tax revenue and initiated the application process for $120 million in bonds for street repair....

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  Dec 13, 2023

Vallejo to adopt neutral proclamation on Israel-Palestine after protesters disrupt meeting

The city council agreed to “wordsmith a neutral, humanitarian proclamation” on “the issue in the Middle East.”...

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  Nov 29, 2023

Vallejo to take up Palestine ceasefire resolution after protesters disrupt meeting

Vallejo will likely consider its resolution on Dec. 12....

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  Nov 17, 2023

Vallejo City Council approves police union contract at empty meeting

The three-year contract will provide police officers with a 16% raise over the next three years and a one-time bonus....

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  Nov 15, 2023

Vallejo to install sideshow deterrents at 16 intersections

The project includes the installation of curbs, lane delineators, roundabouts and street narrowing across the city....

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  Oct 25, 2023

Vallejo dispatchers to move to new portable buildings outside police HQ

The City Council proceeded with a plan to install portable buildings instead of moving the dispatchers to the waterfront police building....

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  Oct 18, 2023

Vallejo’s staffing trouble continues as new HR director seeks solutions

The number of  overall vacant positions changed little from the 28 percent citywide vacancy rate reported in June....

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  Oct 11, 2023

Vallejo City Council bombarded with racist, anti-Semitic public comments

The apparently organized campaign included several speakers who used racial slurs and one who espoused Holocaust denial....

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  Oct 11, 2023

Sheriff, CHP withhold staffing support pending Vallejo police union contract

VPOA’s current contract expired in March 2022, and staffing has plummeted by more than 20 officers since then....

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  Sep 28, 2023

Council addresses outcry over proposed $18M sale of Vallejo golf course

The property was listed only eight months after the city sold it to a developer for $400,000 with an incomplete profit sharing agreement....

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  Sep 21, 2023

Vallejo ‘disqualified’ for multi-million dollar state law enforcement grant

The grant provided funding to establish or expand programs focusing on organized retail theft....

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  Sep 13, 2023

Community members demand action on Vallejo police violence as council copes with officer shortage

The family of Sean Monterrosa called for supporters to “pack the room.”...

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