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.

  Dec 07, 2022

Vallejo City Council brushes off calls to delay police oversight

VALLEJO – The Vallejo City Council held a special workshop Tuesday to dissect a...

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  Dec 06, 2022

Vallejo to create sales tax oversight committee early next year

The tax increase, identified on the ballot as Measure P, passed with 55% approval....

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  Nov 17, 2022

Departed police chief gets support at Vallejo City Council meeting

Councilmember Mina Loera-Diaz said she supported Williams, who suddenly resigned on Nov. 4, after serving three years as Vallejo’s top cop. No reason was given for his departure....

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  Nov 16, 2022

Despite criticism, Vallejo City Council asks county for help on housing projects

Vallejo is requesting $7.6 million for a 125-bed navigation center and $4 million for a 48-unit supportive housing project along Broadway Street in North Vallejo....

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  Nov 02, 2022

Vallejo City Council approves $950K land purchase for navigation center

The council unanimously approved the $950,000 purchase of 1937 Broadway St. from local businessman Scott Foster, who owns and operates US Bloom, a cannabis business on Springs Road....

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  Nov 01, 2022

Vallejo sales tax measure campaign fundraising dwarfs opponents

Vice Mayor Rozzana Verder-Aliga, councilmembers Hakeem Brown, Pippin Dew, Katy Miessner, and Mina Loera-Diaz have each donated $500 to the committee since it was formed in September to support Measure P....

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  Oct 27, 2022

Carlos Flores tapped to serve on Vallejo school board

Flores will represent Trustee Area 1, which spans most of West Vallejo and Mare Island. The area also includes South Vallejo west of Interstate 80. The school board began the process of filling the vacancy after no one registered to run in November’s election....

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  Oct 20, 2022

Vallejo sales tax measure sparks intense debate with voting underway

Measure P is the second recent attempt by the city to pass a sales tax hike after Vallejo residents narrowly rejected a similar measure in 2020....

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  Sep 29, 2022

Vallejo gets federal grant funds for license plate readers

The council ultimately approved accepting $142,374 from the Department of Justice, which a staff report from Police Chief Shawny Williams said would enhance officer safety, improve officer capabilities and help with “preventing and interrupting violent crime through innovative policing.”...

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  Sep 28, 2022

Vallejo City Council proceeds with plan to relocate police to downtown library building

The plan includes moving library services to a two-story office building on the waterfront at 400 Mare Island Way....

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  Sep 21, 2022

Vallejo City Council agrees to reduce V-Town Farms’ community contribution

The ongoing saga surrounding a local cannabis business continued Tuesday....

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  Aug 24, 2022

Vallejo City Council shows early support for forming strong police commission

The council said it wanted to see more of a model presented by Common Ground, a non-partisan group of religious and non-profit organizations....

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