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The City Council's Law and Legislation Committee is scheduled Tuesday to discuss a potential ordinance that would restrict or prohibit smoking in outdoor areas attached to dining establishments and bars...Private discussions have been underway for
Both potable water and wastewater are up for discussion, and both have proved divisive in past years. Regarding wastewater, council members will be asked to revisit a proposed amendment that would allow changes to sewer charges by resolution rather
Continued from mid-November, the Cheyenne at Browns Valley project will be up for public comment and discussion about a house plan modification. The build -- set for the north side of McMurtry Lane, west of Browns Valley Road, along both sides of
It's been a month since city leaders passed an interim ordinance imposing a moratorium on the approval, commencement, establishment, operation, relocation or expansion of such businesses within the city, and they're looking to extend the measure...
The City Council is hosting a special workshop on the issue at 6 p.m...Those who attend will have an opportunity to learn all about Dixon's water supply, rights and assessments. Also on tap will be a presentation on the formation of a new water
Voice any concerns or support at Tuesday's meeting, set for 7 p.m...The request -- to install a freeway sign on the property at 151 Crocker Drive. Policy amendments being asked for included modifying where the sign would be located, an increase in
At its Tuesday meeting, the council will host a public hearing regarding the Villages at Vanden. Up for discussion is approval of a development agreement between the city and Nor Cal Co. The project would be located on the east side of Vanden Road
The matter is for the City Council to decide, City Manager Laura Kuhn wrote in a report regarding the issue. Back in June, the city's ad hoc Economic Development Committee presented the recommendation, along with several other priorities slated to
Regarding decorum at City Council meetings, a proposed amendment bans any type of conduct or speech that "interrupts, delays or disturbs" the orderly conduct of such meetings. It also amends the council's method of taking action to doing so by "
Now that measures I and M have passed, Vacaville leaders are seeking the best way to get public input on how revenues from both will be spent...Measure I is an excise tax, in effect since 1988, that was set to end this year.