What a year! Read our December 2014 Newsletter!
“CONCORD — The Central County Family Justice Center, which will help victims report domestic violence, is scheduled to open next month in Salvio Pacheco Square. The City Council on Tuesday allocated $35,000 to fund the first six months of operations at the center and approved a three-year lease for 8,000 square feet of office space Read more about Contra Costa Times: Concord: Center to help domestic violence victims opening in January[…]
“Grayson also thanked his council colleagues, City Attorney Mark Coon, City Manager Valerie Barone and Police Chief Guy Swanger for their support and hard work in shepherding the family justice center from concept to reality in just one year. The proposed Central County Family Justice Center, which will be located in downtown Concord, will help Read more about Contra Costa Times: Concord: Incumbents sworn in Tuesday; Tim Grayson remains mayor[…]