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Hope Returns to Vallejo’s Downtown

February 13, 2011 Submitted by:Alex McCart (707/704-4725) Communications Liaison, Vallejo Main Street The city of Vallejo had a glimmer of hope this past month that is bound to build some optimism for our neglected  downtown area. Whether you have never heard of Vallejo Main Street, or have not heard about them until recently, you can’t […]

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SAFETY – A COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY

by Mayor Osby Davis The level of safety of a city and community is directly related to the involvement and participation of the citizens.  Of course it is important to have an adequately staffed and well trained and fully equipped  Police Department, however without the participation of the citizens there are limits to what can […]

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The Big Small Difference

By Solano County Supervisor Linda Seifert Margaret Mead said that “A small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world” and I witnessed that last summer when I joined Fighting Back and hundreds of Vallejoans at Fighting Back’s National Night Out event. I was impressed by Fighting Back’s efforts and its focus on bringing […]

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Welcome to the Vallejo Lamplighter

Welcome to The Vallejo Lamplighter by Bob Sampayan Crime Prevention Coordinator Posted by webmaster on 02/23/2011 Hello and welcome to our first edition of “The Vallejo Lamplighter.” This online newsletter will be sent out quarterly with articles about Neighborhood Watch programs, safety tips, important dates to remember and information other Neighborhood Watch groups want to share. This newsletter is your newsletter. […]

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Vallejo’s Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

By John Allen On Monday, February 7, 2011, The Heritage Neighborhood, The St Vincent’s Hill Neighborhood and Fighting Back Partnership held a community forum to address a growing concern over the proliferation of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries (MMD). The Community Forum was held in the Joseph Room of the John F. Kennedy Library. Of greatest concern […]

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