Vacaville women honored at Women of the Year ceremony

Harris, a member of the Vacaville City Council, was celebrated for her work on the council, as well as the immediate past chair of the Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee and on the Travis Community Consortium.

Also noted was her work as a founding partner in an alternative energy company and as the CEO of a light company… (More)

Vacaville Reporter Endorses Harris

…Harris is appointed to the Select Committee for City/School Relations, serves on the board of the Vacaville Chamber, Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee, and is an active member in several community service organizations. Her priorities also include public safety, education, efficient government, and strengthening local and regional relationships to accomplish cooperative goals for the community…

Vacaville Fire Station 75 dedicated

In fact, it has been 21 years since the last Vacaville fire station was built. Station 75 will now service the growing area along Leisure Town and Vanden roads from their Cogburn Circle outpost. Before 75’s arrival, Station 74, located on Alamo Drive near Peabody, was tasked with responding to the South Town area. (More)

 

Vacaville city councilwoman announces re-election bid

Surrounded by supporters early Friday in front of City Hall, Vacaville City Councilwoman Dilenna Harris announced her bid for re-election in November.

Calling the day a good day for the city because Harris is running again, (Mayor Len) Augustine explained that Harris has done much for the community and is deeply committed to residents.

“She knows the vibes of the city and what’s happening,” Augustine said.

Harris cites safety of Vacaville in seeking re-election

“I love this city,” she said. “I love the people of this city.”

She spoke in front of Vacaville City Hall, where Mayor Len Augustine, Councilman Curtis Hunt and Solano County Supervisor John Vasquez said they support Harris for re-election.

Augustine said Harris seeking re-election made it a great day for Vacaville. (More)