Planning Commission Meeting Part 2: The Q&A Monday, March 6th 6-10 PM 555 Santa Clara St, Vallejo CA 94590 Stay Strong! Come down to the Vallejo City Hall for the Q&A portion of the Planning Commission Meeting on the VMT/Orcem project. Thanks to all who came out for the Part 1–especially the many residents of Vallejo not allowed in Chambers […]
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Town Hall Meeting Sunday February 19th, 2-4 PM Norman King Center 359 Sonoma Blvd, Vallejo, CA 94590 Rally with neighbors fighting the Orcem cement plant.Co-hosts Fresh Air Vallejo & Voices of Vallejo will outline what to expect from the City of Vallejo hearing process. Hear from local/regional organizations on how to protect ourselves from asthma and […]
With all the waterfront acreage VMT is leasing from our city, how much do you think they have to pay? Currently (2016, June), VMT is paying $0, yes, zero, nada, zip per month to the City of Vallejo. And it’s been that for four years. Their current lease will allow them to pay as little […]
Gift or Graft? Vallejo’s Lease with VMT On a typical ferry ride from San Francisco to Vallejo, as you approach your destination, the boat abruptly slows down as it enters the Mare Island Strait. On your starboard, you are greeted by the massive silos and historic buildings of the old Sperry Mill site: buildings as […]
The irony is hundreds of people spent thousands of hours with two(?) city staff and a city wide vote to decide how to spent 1 million dollar under PB while 8 million dollar of rent money and 60 years leases were quietly signed away in the backroom with no discussion and fanfare! Please share !
regional v.s. localized regulation is playing the catch up game Worst Bay Area Polluters Being Let Off The Hook? Worst Bay Area Polluters Being Let Off The Hook? Please share !
Osprey, the “Sea Hawk” (Pandion haliaetus) The Osprey, a federally protected raptor, recently began to nest in increasing numbers at the south end of Mare Island and other North Bay sites, for the first time in 150 years. No one is certain why so many raptors began nesting in the region and suspect they’d been driven […]
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. It looks like developers are trying to fool all of us who love San Francisco Bay—twice. For the second time in less than a year, development threatens the Bay with contamination from coal. Developers are proposing to build a shipping terminal on the […]