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City rejects contract unions claim  Vallejo officials have rejected a contract proposal from police and fire unions that union leaders claim would save the city from bankruptcy City Council Votes To File For Bankruptcy
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City officials considering more cuts  With the city already operating under bankruptcy protection, the City Council will consider cutting salaries and services by 20 percent Unions Appeal Ruling Granting Bankruptcy  But unions said the bankruptcy is leading police officers and firefighters to quit, endangering public safety City Blocks Workers From Web Comments  City urged its employees to keep quiet about the city's bankruptcy. They may have blocked city workers from accessing a critical website City Files For Bankruptcy Due To Woes
Vallejo emerging from bankruptcy  The town had received federal court approval for its plan to emerge from bankruptcy City examines path out of bankruptcy

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  Attorneys for the city are getting ready to go before a federal bankruptcy judge in Sacramento to present updates on the city's plans

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  The city of Vallejo filed for protection to deal with a ballooning budget deficit caused soaring employee costs and declining tax revenue

  The council voted unanimously following hours of public comment and months of failed negotiations with police, fire and other unions.    The city faces a projected budget deficit of...
May.3 City mgr: Vallejo should file for bankruptcy  City Manager Joseph Tanner is advising the City Council to declare bankruptcy next week to deal with a worsening budget crisis Apr.21 Key deadline to avoid bankruptcy  The city unable to reach agreement on additional concessions from police and fire unions and city officials may miss deadline Mar.6 Fire Stations Close Amid Budget Crisis  The city Fire Department will temporarily close two fire stations in an effort to help the city avoid bankruptcy, according to fire official... Feb.26 City Council discusses filing for bankruptcy
  Officials met to discuss the city's financial troubles, which are pushing the city closer to declaring bankruptcy
Feb.21 Residents Pack Meeting On City's Finances  Residents packed a town hall meeting to discuss the city's struggles with a growing deficit that has it on the brink of declaring bankruptcy Feb.19 City Budget Woes May Force Bankruptcy
  City Council met in closed session with the city's employees' organizations to try to find a solution to the city's budget crisis

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Jun.16 City Council passed $73.3 million budget  The 2004-05 budget includes concessions and deferred pay raises by the 4 unions representing city employees

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Mar.18 Fire Department Temporarily Moving  Department's administration will move to a building on Mare island while earthquake retrofit work is performed Feb.10 Police, firefighters to delay pay raises  Move could save the city $1 million this fiscal year

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Aug.22 Council voted to review power plant  Residents opposed to a power plant at the former Mare Island Navy base might try to recall City Council members Mar.20 Mare Island to be transferred to city  The city expects to take possession of former naval shipyard after Gov. Gray Davis signed a settlement agreement

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Nov.1 Mare Island cleanup  The City of Vallejo and the Navy agreed on $80 million environmental cleanup of Mare Island Oct.8 Plans to rebuild waterfront  Plans include a hotel, a performing arts center, shops, parking and lanterns

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