Vallejo residents who thought they would know the decision about whether the
city will file for bankruptcy are finding out they’re still in a waiting game.
Tuesday night was supposed to be the deadline for the city to strike a
deal with its largest unions, police and fire — which take about 75 percent of
the city’s budget.
But a deal was not reached, and the council set May 6 as the new date to
decide whether to go forward with bankruptcy.
Vallejo residents who attended the meeting demanded apologies and told
the council to make the decisions or find someone who can, reported NBC11’s
The city will run out of money to pay its bills on June 30.