Fairfield Local Business
Monday | via The Daily Republic
The last time we met here, we talked about the $18 trillion national debt and the $420 billion in annual interest payments we taxpayers have to make to support that debt. We also discussed why we have a national debt: Whenever our annual federal budget runs a deficit, we must pretend to borrow that missing money from a privately owned banking corporation, the Federal Reserve. 1 comment
Thursday May 21 | via The Daily Republic
Hotel occupancy rose 5 percent last year in Vacaville and the average daily hotel rate reached $78, the annual report by Visit Vacaville says. Occupancy has been increasing in recent years, climbing from 55 percent in 2011 to last year's 64 percent, according to the report. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via The Daily Republic
We talked last time about cutting $1.5 trillion from the federal and state welfare costs. Since the answer to cutting welfare payments was to increase the minimum wage, many of the Daily Republic's right-wing online commentators had a hard time accepting that solution. Comment?
Saturday May 9 | via The Reporter
Home prices in Solano County continued to climb in March, at a faster pace than the national average, a new real estate industry report shows. In the Vallejo-Fairfield area, home prices, including distressed sales, increased 7.3 percent in March compared to a year ago and by 1.4 percent compared to February, according to CoreLogic's most recent report. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via Business Wire
The portfolio is 100% leased to a single tenant, a leading producer and fabricator of steel, with a weighted average lease term of approximately 8.5 years. The properties include an approximately 110,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Auburn, Washington ; an approximately 70,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in San Bernardino, California ; and an approximately 60,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Fairfield, California . Comment?
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