On December 2, 2014 I was sworn in to a new term as City Councilmember for the City of Napa. Thanks to all my friends, family and supporters for helping win the 2014 election!
Thank you, Napa, for the opportunity to serve you as your Councilmember for the past 4 years and for the support you have given me during this election!
It’s too late to mail a vote by mail ballot! Here is where to take your ballot in the City of Napa:
The following locations are open Saturday, Nov. 1st & Sunday, Nov. 2nd from 8:30AM-4:30PM, Monday, Nov. 3rd from 8AM-5PM and Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4th from 7AM-8PM:
Crosswalk Community Church, 2590 1st Street
El Centro School – Multiuse Room, 1480 El Centro Avenue
Napa County Election Division, 2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Building 4
The following locations are open from 7AM – 8PM on Election Day only:
Napa Valley Baptist Church – Gymnasium, 2303 Trower Avenue
Springs of Napa – Recreation Room, 3460 Villa Lane
Bel Aire Park School – Multiuse Room, 3580 Beckworth Drive
The following locations will be open for drive-through voting Monday, Nov. 3rd from 8AM-5PM and Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4th from 7AM-8PM:
Crosswalk Community Church, 2590 1st Street, Napa
Napa County Election Division, 2751 Napa Valley Corporate Dr Building 4
The Napa Register published a candidate profile this morning highlighting Juliana’s priorities in the next four years.
Along with her aspirations for Napa’s future, Inman turned her attention to the Napa earthquake’s aftereffects, saying she would press for aid to the homeowners and merchants not yet eligible for disaster relief aid. (The federal disaster declaration signed last month by President Barack Obama authorizes aid only to local governments.)
“Eighty mobile homes, 150 red-tagged buildings, thousands of yellow tags – this is a major disaster and it’s very important we get the individual aid for closed and displaced businesses, for homeowners who have to camp out in other people’s homes,” she said.
Campaigning to win post-quake repair funding is a matter of the city’s bottom line as well, she added, with major hotels – important tax revenue sources in a tourist-driven economy – among the businesses still closed or not fully functional six weeks after the 6.0 temblor. “We have three legs on our stool – property tax, sales tax and (transient occupancy) tax,” she said.”
This is a copy of the official request by Governor Brown for FEMA disaster aid for the Napa Earthquake.
Monday, September 22, 2014
1075 Atlas Peak Rd, Napa, CA
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Please join the Friends of Juliana Inman in a festive celebration and fundraiser to re-elect Juliana Inman to the Napa City Council. We will taste some acclaimed Whetstone wines, have some savory bites, and make sure Juliana returns to the Napa City Council. There will also be an opportunity to see the stone building designed in 1885 by Hamden McIntyre.
We are requesting a minimum donation of $99 to help with the campaign. If you have already donated this year, Thank You! and please be our guest. This is a contested election, so we need your help.
The City of Napa has completely restored water service to the City of Napa, and no further precautions are needed. The water has been tested. There were over 150 water main breaks as a result of the #NapaQuake. Nixle announcement here.