The Calistoga City Council will meet for continued 2020/2021 budget talks on Tuesday, May 11 from noon to about 5 p.m.
The virtual meeting will be a continuation from the budget study session March 25, as city officials refine goals, objectives and priority projects established by the City Council for Fiscal Year 2020/2021. Department heads will and staff will provide updates as necessary for FY 2021/22 reflecting current conditions associated with the continued COVID-19 pandemic and desired community-based priorities and objectives, and to provide direction to staff for council consideration and adoption.
There will also be an opportunity for councilmembers to make suggestions on work activities or specific budget requests for council discussion.
Public comment is limited to 350 words or less, and can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check the city's website for more at ci.calistoga.ca.us/city-hall/city-council/agendas-minutes.
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Here is a roundup of police and fire reports in Napa County.
A traffic stop in American Canyon led to the arrests of a driver and passenger and the discovery of stolen bank cards.
The theft from a Polo Ralph Lauren store was the second reported at Napa Premium Outlets in less than two weeks, according to police.
A disturbance between a man and woman led to a foot chase and the man’s arrest, Napa Police reported.
A theft at the American Canyon Walmart, and a confrontation with a store worker, resulted in a 35-year-old man’s arrest, according to police.
A Napa man was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping after trying to force a woman into his truck, according to police.
A domestic dispute escalated into a baseball bat attack, resulting in a Napa man’s arrest on suspicion of assaulting his girlfriend, according…
A Napa man was arrested on a felony allegation of drunken driving after a crash early Monday morning, police reported.
A predawn traffic stop led to the arrests of two San Pablo residents and the discovery of stolen bank cards.
At least two gunshots were fired during an armed robbery in downtown Napa.
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