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Vallejo City Council Highlights—May 5, 2009

Community Land Trust Moves Forward—Vallejo Station: An Ode to Public Works





Osby has an Epiphany


Mayor Calls Unions Out for LYING


By Marc Garman


Presentations and Commendations

May is Tourism Month in Vallejo. I hate to be cynical BUT.......(never mind).

Also May 16-22 is designated as safe boating month. Don't drink a six pack, fire up the engines and go play chicken with some dweeb in a kayak. It never ends well. Yikes!

Bob Miller was recognized for his commitment to youth through his work in juniors golf. Thanks Bob.

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An Interview with Lou Bordisso


An Interview with Lou Bordisso--Candidate for Vallejo School Board--4/29/09 from Marc Garman on Vimeo.

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Angelo Plays--5/3/09
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Building a Playground


In Vallejo's City Park



By Marc Garman

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Here's a little video of folks building the playground in City Park. So impressed with the outpouring of community support. Kudos to Adrienne Waterman and Thom Howard for organizing it and making it happen.

Could this be VIB's first music video?

Building a Playground--Vallejo City Park--5/2/09 from Marc Garman on Vimeo.

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Long Beach Report on AB 155--Shades of Deja Vu--4/28/09

(April 27, 2009) -- Assemblyman Warren Furutani (D., Carson-LB) has signed-on as co-author on a bill that would make it harder for cities to seek bankruptcy protection that might free them (and taxpayers) from current contracts that city politicians made with public employee unions.

AB 155, authored by Assemblyman Tony Mendoza (D., Norwalk), would prohibit local government entities from filing under federal bankruptcy law unless approved by the CA California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission (CDIAC)...which is comprised of the State Treasurer, and other members including the State Controller, the Governor, two members each from the Senate and Assembly, and two local government officials).  LINK to rest of article

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