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Protect Glen Cove: Attend Vallejo City Council Meeting!
Date Tuesday July 12
Time 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
See Below
Event Type Other
Emailprotectglencove [at] gmail.com
Glen Cove Action Alert:
Call to Gather at Vallejo City Hall this Tuesday, July 12th at 5:00pm

At the next Vallejo City Council meeting on Tuesday July 12th, representatives of the Cortina and Yocha Dehe tribes will be making proposals to the city regarding the future of Glen Cove.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The City of Vallejo’s agenda for Tuesday states that the discussion re:Glen Cove will be a closed session, with representatives the City, GVRD, and the Yocha Dehe and Cortina tribes. This closed session is scheduled for 5:30pm, and there is no mention of Glen Cove on the agenda for the public 7:00pm City Council meeting.

However, the agenda also states that by law, “Members of the public shall have the opportunity to address the City Council concerning any item listed on the notice before or during consideration of that item.”

The Committee to Protect Glen Cove is requesting that our supporters attend this City Council meeting (Tuesday, July 12th) in order to show support for a binding agreement that will fully protect all 15 acres of the Glen Cove sacred burial grounds. We are in support of a cultural easement or other agreement that would stop plans for a parking lot and toilets and would prevent bulldozing on the West side of the cove.

Please show your support for protecting Glen Cove at this critical time.
Gather in front of City Hall this Tuesday at 5:00pm sharp. Wear red shirts!

*** Driving Directions to Vallejo City Hall

Vallejo City Hall is located at 555 Santa Clara St. Click here to locate it on a map. For directions from your location, go to the map and click on “Get Directions”, or, follow one of these prepared guides:


Traveling From Sacramento
Take Interstate Highway 80 West to San Francisco. You will travel past Davis, Dixon, Vacaville, and Fairfield before reaching Vallejo. Once you reach Vallejo, take the Georgia Street West exit. Come to the first stop light, which is Georgia Street. Turn left at the stop light and travel west on Georgia Street. You will stay on Georgia Street until you reach Santa Clara Street. Turn right at the stop light on Santa Clara Street. City Hall is the second brick building on the left. Turn left into the parking lot and park in the 3 hour parking lots or in any of the lots not requiring a permit.

Traveling From San Francisco
Take Interstate 80 East to Sacramento. You will be in Vallejo immediately after crossing the Carquinez Bridge. Take the Georgia Street exit. You will want to head west. Circle around to the right and come to the first stop light which is Georgia Street. Turn right at the stop light and travel west on Georgia Street. You will stay on Georgia Street until you reach Santa Clara Street. Turn right at the stop light on Santa Clara Street. City Hall is the second brick building on the left. Turn left into the parking lot and park in the 3 hour parking lots or in any of the lots not requiring a permit.

Traveling From San Jose
Take I-880 N. then take I-80 E. to Sacramento. You will be in Vallejo immediately after crossing the Carquinez Bridge. Take the Georgia Street exit. You will want to head west. Circle around to the right and come to the first stop light which is Georgia Street. Turn right at the stop light and travel west on Georgia Street. You will stay on Georgia Street until you reach Santa Clara Street. Turn right at the stop light on Santa Clara Street. City Hall is the second brick building on the left. Turn left into the parking lot and park in the 3 hour parking lots or in any of the lots not requiring a permit.
Added to the calendar on Monday Jul 11th, 2011 10:16 PM
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