ads

Slider[Style1]

Style2

Style3[OneLeft]

Style3[OneRight]

Tết Trung Thu lần đầu tiên tại thành phố Milpitas, California đã diễn ra từ 3 giờ chiều đến 8 giờ tối thứ Bảy ngày 7/10/2017 tại trường tiểu học Robert Randall. Trung Tâm Cộng Đồng Việt Mỹ được thành lập gần 1 năm và đây là lần đầu tiên nơi đây tổ chức Tết Trung Thu mang chủ đề "Đêm Hội Trăng Rằm" vào Thứ Bảy ngày 7/10/2017 từ 4 giờ chiều đến 9 giờ tối.

Style4

Style5


(Từ phải) Ông Nguyễn Mộng Hùng, ông Sam Liccardo tân Thị trưởng San Jose, ông Nguyễn Ngọc Tiên chủ tịch BĐD CĐVN BCA.
Thông báo
Về lễ trao nghị quyết khu vực không cộng sản San Jose.
Kính gửi toàn thể quý vị trong tập thể người Việt chống cộng.


RD:EJM:ERD 10/10/2014                                          RES. NO. 77202

RESOLUTION NO. 77202
A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN JOSE REGARDING RELATIONS BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN JOSE AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM

WHEREAS, the City of San Jose is home to the highest percentage of Vietnamese- American citizens and residents of any city in the United States; and

WHEREAS, the vast majority of American citizens and residents of Vietnamese descent residing in the United States, and particularly in San Jose, reject the current dictatorial rule of the Vietnamese Communist Party; and

WHEREAS, many citizens and residents of Vietnamese descent residing in San Jose risked their lives to escape from communist-occupied Vietnam following the fall of South Vietnam on April 30, 1975, and came to the United States in their search for freedom and democracy; and

WHEREAS, visits and proposed visits by representatives or officials of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to regions where there are large concentrations of Vietnamese- American citizens and residents have been met with angry protests and demonstrations; and

WHEREAS, the City has received many requests from the Vietnamese community to adopt a resolution requiring prior notice of visits from delegations from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam because past visits have caused disruptions in other communities requiring police services and causing additional expenses to those communities;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN JOSE THAT:

In order to protect the public health and safety of the local community the following actions are adopted:

1.    The City Council does not condone, welcome, or sanction high-profile visits, stopovers, or drive-bys by representatives and officials of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam government or that of any delegations affiliated with or organized by the same within the physical boundary of the City of San Jose. The Mayor, Council, City Manager or any of their agent(s) shall not meet with any government delegation or representatives of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

2.    The City Council is opposed to the expenditure of City funds or resources in a manner that promotes or accommodates visits from any Socialist Republic of Vietnam delegation to San Jose, and the Council expects that any such expenses will be fully borne by the Vietnamese government. This policy statement does not prevent the City from taking appropriate security and public safety measures to protect our own community.

3.    The City Council hereby directs the City Manager and Chief of Police to implement a detailed "PRIOR NOTICE" policy of requesting the US State Department and/ or other outside organizers, agencies, and jurisdictions to inform on the nature, purpose, duration of visits, drive-bys, or stopovers of government delegations and affiliated groups from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, at least fourteen (14) calendar days before such an occurrence.

4.    The City Manager and Chief of Police at the earliest available opportunity, shall report to the Mayor and all Council members of such visits, drive-bys, or stopovers, once the notification is made from the requesting organizer, agency or jurisdiction or is made known publicly.
T-26258 / RESO_77202 2 Council Agenda: 10-28-14
Item No.: 3.6

ADOPTED this 28th day of October, 2014, by the following vote:

AYES: CAMPOS, CHU, CONSTANT, HERRERA, KALRA, KHAMIS, LICCARDO, NGUYEN; REED.

NOES: NONE.


ABSENT: OLIVERIO, ROCHA.

DISQUALIFIED: NONE.

ATTEST
TONI J. TABER, CMC
City Clerk
 
CHUCK REED
Mayor







Other Articles

«
Next
Newer Post
»
Previous
Older Post

Top