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B. 2014-01-28 Blu Homes relocates corporate home to Vallejo naval base, Vallejo
2013-09-20 BART appears to be training managers to run trains Mare Island, Vallejo
D. 2011-02-18 Ship recycling facility opens at Mare Island Mare Island, Vallejo
4. 2009-12-20 City examines path out of bankruptcy Vallejo
5. 2009-06-13 Six Flags, Park's Parent, Files Bankruptcy Vallejo
G. 2008-11-22 Gas Dips Below $2 A Gallon In Bay Area Vallejo
7. 2008-09-21 Unions Appeal Ruling Granting Bankruptcy Vallejo
8. 2008-05-07 City Council Votes To File For Bankruptcy Vallejo

Ship recycling facility opens at Mare Island    94592: U.S. Maritime Administrator David Matsuda and Congressman George Miller will welcome Allied Defense Recycling with a ribbon-cutting ceremony City examines path out of bankruptcy  Attorneys for the city are getting ready to go before a federal bankruptcy judge in Sacramento to present updates on the city's plans Six Flags, Park's Parent, Files Bankruptcy  The amusement park company, Vallejo park's parent, is seeking Chapter 11 protection, saying it needs to reorganize and shed $1.8 billion of debt Companies Look to Hire Despite Recession  Bay Area: Despite the state's unemployment, some companies are looking to hire and fill positions. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is looking to fill 1,600 openings Gas Dips Below $2 A Gallon In Bay Area  At Lee's Grocery on Fairgrounds Drive, south of Discovery Kingdom, the price is $1.75 a gallon Unions Appeal Ruling Granting Bankruptcy  But unions said the bankruptcy is leading police officers and firefighters to quit, endangering public safety City Council Votes To File For Bankruptcy
Blu Homes relocates corporate home to Vallejo   Blu has relocated its corporate headquarters to the former naval base. Employment at facility has swelled to 262   BART appears to be training managers to run trains Map of Mare Island Vallejo


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Jan.28


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Sep.20
   94592: Union members are outraged that BART is actively training potential train operators at a site on Mare Island


year 2011 Top ^

Feb.18  


year 2009 Top ^

Dec.20
Jun.13
Feb.7  


year 2008 Top ^

Nov.22
Sep.21
May.7
  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...

Mar.4
  The City Council approved 3 resolutions that are intended to prevent the city from filing bankruptcy by the end of the month
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


year 2007 Top ^

May.15   Steel Beams To Be Added To Maze  A convoy of big rigs hauling huge slabs of steel has been driving bound for Vallejo where the steel will undergo some prep work

year 2005 Top ^

Mar.7 Ferry service expanding to Giants games  The city of Vallejo and Baylink Ferry are expanding service to and from SBC Park for 46 selected games

year 2004 Top ^

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 May.17   Bicycle-pedestrian lane opened on Bridge  Crockett: A 1.6-mile 12-foot-wide lane has opened on the Al Zampa Bridge, the nation's newest suspension bridge

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.8 Zampa Bridge opened by Gov. Davis
  Fireworks greet nation's first major suspension bridge in 30 years, a 3,400-foot span across the Carquinez Straits
Sep.24   Grand opening for housing project  Sereno Transit Village includes affordable rental housing for 125 families, a child care facility and bus transfer station Mar.11 New Chamber of Commerce president  T.F. 'Rick' Wells has been hired as the new president and chief executive officer. He replaces Tom Egidio Feb.5   Lotto winner claimed $85-million jackpot
  50-year old Guillermo Sanchez was confused by a Benicia woman's claim that she bought the winning ticket Jan.30   $85 Million Lotto Ticket Bought  Ticket was bought at Quik Stop Market Jan.17   New roller coaster to debut  Zonga is a twisted super coaster at Six Flags Marine World that features four full-circle, full-tilt looping inversions

year 2000 Top ^

Mar.9 New Carquinez Bridge groundbreaking
  3,465-foot bridge is scheduled to open in late 2002



    
    

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City Budget Woes May Force Bankruptcy




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2008
Feb.19
  City Council met in closed session with the city's employees' organizations to try to find a solution to the city's budget crisis
2004 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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2003 Feb.5 Lotto winner claimed $85-million jackpot
  50-year old Guillermo Sanchez was confused by a Benicia woman's claim that she bought the winning ticket Jan.30 $85 Million Lotto Ticket Bought  Ticket was bought at Quik Stop Market



Vallejo, Business Maritime Timeline ... See Bay Area Maritime timeline, World Maritime timeline Top ^
2011 Feb.18 Ship recycling facility opens at Mare Island    94592: U.S. Maritime Administrator David Matsuda and Congressman George Miller will welcome Allied Defense Recycling with a ribbon-cutting ceremony 2005 Mar.7 Ferry service expanding to Giants games  The city of Vallejo and Baylink Ferry are expanding service to and from SBC Park for 46 selected games



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2013 Sep.20   BART appears to be training managers to run trains Map of Mare Island Vallejo
   94592: Union members are outraged that BART is actively training potential train operators at a site on Mare Island
2004 May.17 Bicycle-pedestrian lane opened on Bridge  Crockett: A 1.6-mile 12-foot-wide lane has opened on the Al Zampa Bridge, the nation's newest suspension bridge 2000 Mar.9 New Carquinez Bridge groundbreaking  3,465-foot bridge is scheduled to open in late 2002



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2003 Mar.11 New Chamber of Commerce president  T.F. 'Rick' Wells has been hired as the new president and chief executive officer. He replaces Tom Egidio



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2014 Jan.28 Blu Homes relocates corporate home to Vallejo   Blu has relocated its corporate headquarters to the former naval base. Employment at facility has swelled to 262 2007 May.15   Steel Beams To Be Added To Maze  A convoy of big rigs hauling huge slabs of steel has been driving bound for Vallejo where the steel will undergo some prep work



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2003 Sep.24 Grand opening for housing project  Sereno Transit Village includes affordable rental housing for 125 families, a child care facility and bus transfer station



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2008 Nov.22 Gas Dips Below $2 A Gallon In Bay Area  At Lee's Grocery on Fairgrounds Drive, south of Discovery Kingdom, the price is $1.75 a gallon 2003 Nov.8 Zampa Bridge opened by Gov. Davis
  Fireworks greet nation's first major suspension bridge in 30 years, a 3,400-foot span across the Carquinez Straits




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2009 Feb.7 Companies Look to Hire Despite Recession  Bay Area: Despite the state's unemployment, some companies are looking to hire and fill positions. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is looking to fill 1,600 openings



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2008 Sep.21 Unions Appeal Ruling Granting Bankruptcy  But unions said the bankruptcy is leading police officers and firefighters to quit, endangering public safety



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2003 Jan.17 New roller coaster to debut  Zonga is a twisted super coaster at Six Flags Marine World that features four full-circle, full-tilt looping inversions



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2009 Dec.20 City examines path out of bankruptcy  Attorneys for the city are getting ready to go before a federal bankruptcy judge in Sacramento to present updates on the city's plans Jun.13 Six Flags, Park's Parent, Files Bankruptcy  The amusement park company, Vallejo park's parent, is seeking Chapter 11 protection, saying it needs to reorganize and shed $1.8 billion of debt 2008 May.7 City Council Votes To File For Bankruptcy
  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...
Mar.4 City Agreement Staves Off Bankruptcy
  The City Council approved 3 resolutions that are intended to prevent the city from filing bankruptcy by the end of the month