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Meetings etc.

Neighbors

I would say this week is one of the most important weeks I
have ever seen for determining Vallejo's future.

 

By Coleen Cole-Morrison

11/13/12

 

TONIGHT: Please come to city council meeting tonight!  7pm City Council Chambers, City Hall 555 Santa Clara Street

 

Did you know that 66 cities in Vallejo already have ordinances that require registration of vacant and foreclosed properties? Why not Vallejo?

 

Do you know how Vallejo pays for city salaries, which make up 82% of our budget? A lot of Federal funding.That kind of funding has strings. Come to hear part of the story  tonight and decide for yourself if what is being done is best for Vallejo's future.

 

TOMORROW: Day Reporting Center for Felons in Vallejo - 7pm on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012

  McCormack Hall in the Solano County Fairgrounds, 900 Fairgrounds Drive - directions: http://www.scfair.org/

(I'm having Solano Fair Grounds send me better information for those of us who have not been to the fairgrounds before. I'll send it on second email.)

  • According the county, Vallejo is getting the 'pilot' center for services for those felons released to the county from prisons by AB109, but no one from Vallejo is on the steering committee who made this decision. Come here what the county has to say

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THURSDAY: SOLANO 360 - 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012

County Building at the Solano County Fairgrounds, 900 Fairgrounds Drive in Vallejo - directions:http://www.scfair.org/ 

 

THURSDAY: November 15, is the deadline to answer the question, "What are your priorities for community development and housing in Vallejo?"

Have Your Say on Open City Hall on the City of Vallejo website: http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/GovSite/default.asp?serviceID1=1022&Frame=L1

  • CDBG funds are being used for job development in other cities, but in Vallejo, they are used primarily for street repairs and upgrades with some support going to social services. I think this city needs job training for those that it serves. What do you think Vallejo needs?

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