Peter Bregenzer

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Peter Bregenzer was elected to represent District 5 - Central Vallejo on the Vallejo City Council in November 2022. Bregenzer is a former member of the city's Architectural Heritage and Landmarks Commission. He also serves as COO of Jurney Veterinary Neurology. Bregenzer's term ends in January 2027.

  Jun 07, 2024

Vallejo City Council mulls budget proposal that would cut 10% for services and supplies citywide

CIty officials proposed the cuts to help close a $3.3 million funding gap in the upcoming fiscal year budget....

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  May 15, 2024

Andrew Murray appointed as Vallejo city manager

Murray to start work Monday...

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  May 02, 2024

Supporters of proposed downtown charter school shut down Vallejo City Hall after council blocks project

The council voted 4-3 to reject the proposed high school, which would have been operated by Elite Public Schools....

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  Mar 27, 2024

Vallejo City Council reviews initial designs for $121M rebuild of police HQ

The council voted to allocate $2 million of Measure P sales tax revenue to move forward with the design process....

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  Mar 04, 2024

Vallejo’s Police Oversight Commission appointed as union negotiations near completion

Independent oversight of the department was one of 45 reforms that were required by the three-year reform agreement with the California Department of Justice....

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  Feb 14, 2024

Vallejo to suspend police response to ‘unverified’ alarm calls

Interim Vallejo police Chief Jason Ta acknowledged that there is a risk that officers may not respond to an actual crime taking place when the only notification is an unverified alarm....

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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 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 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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  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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  Jul 26, 2023

Vallejo declares police staffing emergency against union objection

Interim police Chief Jason Ta said he has already taken drastic steps to address the staffing shortage....

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  Jun 28, 2023

Vallejo City Council dips into reserves to fund police station development, downtown projects

The council rejected using new sales tax revenue and punted a decision on Mare Island tax relief....

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