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Vacaville dad spreads joy through ice cream

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Like all kids, Ryan Rucker loved ice cream.

Decades later, the Vacaville Parks and Recreation Commissioner has turned his passion into a sweet success his family, and the community, enjoys.

“Ice cream is just so fun. It just beings people together,” the married dad of two little girls advised on a recent day.

Apparently, “Be Ice Cream Or Be Nothing” was born just a few years ago after visiting his grandparents and blossomed from a hobby to a profession.

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Invasion Of Privacy? Police Catching More Criminals With Community License Plate Reader Cameras

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VACAVILLE (CBS13) — Vacaville Police tracked down yet another stolen vehicle out of Stockton and made another arrest with the help of community cameras equipped with License Plate Recognition or LPR cameras.

Gary Elliott showed CBS13 how the cameras work. His homeowner’s association bought several recently that are now posted throughout his Vacaville neighborhood. They already lead Vacaville Police to two suspects in a stolen vehicle with stolen items and shaved keys to possibly steal more.

“It looked to me like they were potentially looking, casing the place to steal another care or something so. So not two weeks after we installed the cameras, they paid off,” said Elliott.

Attorney David Mastagni worries such technology is an invasion of privacy.

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Vacaville Private School Plans For On-Campus Instruction To Begin School Year

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VACAVILLE (CBS13) – Vacaville Christian Schools said it is planning to reopen with full-time on-campus instruction when the school year begins later this month.

Head of School Ben Davis said in a letter to the community that he feels confident in the anticipated Aug. 24 school start date. In his letter, Davis also covered the topic of face coverings.

“We also understand that wearing face masks has created quite a bit of concern amongst families in our community,” he said. “VCS will only require face masks if it is mandated and only to the extent needed to meet minimum county and state requirements. We will partner as much as possible with families who are not comfortable with face masks should this county requirement be in place.”

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Vacaville to hold virtual meetings on Park Parish project

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Vacaville’s Community Development Department will be providing several opportunities for residents to get their views on a proposed project near Magnolia Park.

The Park Parish project, which consists of constructing 21 single-family detached homes on a parcel at the northeast corner of Vanden Road and Cogburn Circle, is being proposed by Agape LLC. The area had previously been zoned for “Neighborhood Commercial” in the Southtown Master Plan, which was adopted by the Vacaville City Council in 2004. Agape is seeking to change the designation to “Medium Density Residential.”

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