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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 23, 2022

Feasibility study estimates moving Vallejo police, library would cost $90M

The $89.7 million price tag includes a full renovation of the John F. Kennedy Library to accommodate Vallejo police, which will cost $69 million. It will then cost the city $20.7 million to retrofit the office building at 400 Mare Island Way into a new two-story library....

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  Sep 19, 2022

Black Lives Matter mural to be painted in front of Vallejo City Hall Saturday

The day-long block party will feature local musicians, food and activities for children....

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  Sep 15, 2022

Behind the scenes: One year of the Vallejo Sun

It’s been a year since veteran journalists John Glidden, Scott Morris and Brian Krans launched the Vallejo Sun....

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  Sep 08, 2022

Vallejo alleges residential motel used in Project RoomKey failed to produce tax records

A lawsuit pits the city against a former partner....

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  Sep 01, 2022

West Vallejo City Council candidates debate how to involve youth and proposed sales tax

Three of the four men vying to represent District 4 on the Vallejo City Council cited a desire to “serve” the city they call home....

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  Sep 01, 2022

Central Vallejo City Council candidates emphasize infrastructure, development during hour-long forum

Four of the five candidates hoping to represent the new District 5 explained why they would make a good fit on the Vallejo City Council during an hour-long forum....

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  Aug 09, 2022

Sixth person who died in Vallejo’s Project RoomKey identified

A sixth participant who died during the program designed to help vulnerable homeless people during the COVID-19 pandemic has been identified as Pia Sorrell....

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  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 28, 2022

Vallejo seeking to sell or lease three parcels of land, including former post office site

When the council entered into an exclusive negotiating agreement for a market rate development, it did not solicit affordable housing projects first....

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  Jul 26, 2022

Vallejo’s vice mayor seeking raise for council

All seven members earn an annual salary of $14,700, with the mayor receiving an additional $22,800 stipend....

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