Tue 14 Aug 2018 : The Reporter
VACAVILLE CITY COUNCIL TO MAKE FINAL DECISION ON ELECTION DISTRICTS
After many months of debate and discussion, the Vacaville City Council is ready to make a final decision tonight about the number of districts that will represent council elections starting in 2020 The council voted in May to transition from at-large to district-based elections; the only thing left was the very complicated discussion of exactly where to draw districts and how many there should be. Several maps and models have been proposed with the help of a demographer and input from the council and community.
Mon 02 Jul 2018 : Mercury-Register
TRIBE WANTS BARK HOUSE IN YUBA COUNTY PARK
Another Indian tribe is proposing to build something in Yuba County, but this structure would be about as far from the Enterprise Rancheria casino as you can get. Representatives of the Tsi-Akim Maidu tribe approached county supervisors on Tuesday about building a permanent, or even semi-permanent, cedar bark house at a county park where a large Indian village once stood.
Wed 13 Jun 2018 : The Daily Republic
VACAVILLE COUNCIL MAY GROW BY 2 MEMBERS
The City Council could add two seats if most of the speakers at Tuesday's hearing get their wish on how to divide the city into districts. Members of the City Council told a city-hired demographer to come back by early July with at least two maps showing what Vacaville would look like divided into four council districts and into six council districts.
Thu 31 May 2018 : The Reporter
VACAVILLE GIRL SCOUTS PROMOTE KINDNESS ON CAMPUS
A Vacaville Girl Scout troop hopes to stamp out bullying by posting up messages of kindness on their school campuses. Brownie Troop 20113 from the Vacaville/Travis Air Force Base service unit - Amy Borchert, Ayanna Elias and Emma Christofferson from Cambridge Elementary, Caitlin McGee and Nikki Mageira from Cooper Elementary, Lily Coble from Browns Valley Elementary, Jaycee Rehse and Emylee Neison from Scandia Elementary and Zoie Lopez from Alamo Elementary - worked together on two projects at Cooper and Browns Valley.