Rozzana Verder-Aliga

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Rozzana Verder-Aliga was first elected to the Vallejo City Council in 2013 to complete the remaining portion of Erin Hannigan's term from 2011. She was re-elected to full terms in 2016 and in 2020 to represent District 1 - Hiddenbrooke/Northgate. Verder-Aliga's current term ends in January 2025 when she terms out. She was elected to the Vallejo school board in 1993, serving for 12 years, and in 2007 she was elected to the Solano County Board of Education, serving for six years.

  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 05, 2024

California State Senate candidates present their case to represent Solano County

The candidates include Dixon City Councilmember Thomas Bogue, former West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, Rohnert Park City Councilmember Jackie Elward, Vallejo City Councilmember Rozzana Verder-Aliga and Republican candidate Jimih Jones....

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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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  Dec 12, 2023

Candidates for local Solano races finalized for March 2024 primary election

Next year’s primary ballot could reshape the Board of Supervisors and decide the fate of Benicia’s government....

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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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  Aug 30, 2023

Vallejo council reconsiders waterfront building for dispatch as police report more officer departures

Interim police Chief Jason Ta detailed a plan of service reductions and schedule changes to manage the officer staffing shortage....

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  Jun 14, 2023

Vallejo council delays budget approval to accommodate $1.6M for police, downtown, marina projects

The outstanding projects include full funding of the initial development plan for the rebuilding of the police station on Amador Street, a handful of downtown improvement projects and dredging the marina....

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  Apr 12, 2023

Vallejo seeking to rebuild police station at current location

City staff estimates that rebuilding the station at 111 Amador will cost $121 million and will take 4.5 years....

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  Mar 15, 2023

Vallejo to hire consultant firm for code enforcement restructure

The City Council voted unanimously to approve the contract with the firm 4LEAF at its regular meeting Tuesday....

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  Feb 22, 2023

Vallejo estimates county’s homeless count inaccurate as key projects further delayed

The update about the state of homelessness in Vallejo also revealed that two highly anticipated supportive housing projects have been delayed for several more months past recent estimates....

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  Feb 15, 2023

Vallejo City Council rejects side letter agreement with police union

Councilmembers Peter Bregenzer, Mina Loera-Diaz, Cristina Arriola, and Charles Palmares all voted against approving the side agreement with the union, despite the council approving a tentative agreement in September 2019 which established a master officer program as an incentive to retain officers....

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  Jan 25, 2023

Vallejo City Council votes to bolster code enforcement

The council voted to move the code enforcement section from the police department to the city’s planning and development services department....

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