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The Sacramento Bee
Some Curtis Park residents dismayed by trees downed in development areagoing to be cut down, why has the developer been working around them for the pa
Some Curtis Park residents dismayed by trees downed in development area
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 3 days ago
going to be cut down, why has the developer been working around them for the past two years?’ It does not make sense.” Sacramento City Councilman Jay Schenirer issued a statement Thursday, noting the concerns of neighborhood residents, but... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Mayor’s anti-gang effort tries to improve reading to reduce crimeof its effort to curb gang activity in the city, Khaalid Muttaqi, the program’s
Mayor’s anti-gang effort tries to improve reading to reduce crime
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 days ago
of its effort to curb gang activity in the city, Khaalid Muttaqi, the program’s director, announced Tuesday night to the Sacramento City Council. “In order to break the cycle, this is the pivotal point where we have to succeed,” Muttaqi said.... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Booze on Old Sacramento boardwalk? Businesses hope soexpecting a boom in customers. Businesses have told the city that now is the t
Booze on Old Sacramento boardwalk? Businesses hope so
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 6 days ago
expecting a boom in customers. Businesses have told the city that now is the time to make a change to the city code. The Sacramento City Council will take up the issue Tuesday night. The ordinance would require that people be in an enclosed... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Alcohol Could Soon be Allowed at Outdoor Dining Areas in Old SacramentoSACRAMENTO -- The Sacramento City Council is expected to revise its sidewalk ca
Alcohol Could Soon be Allowed at Outdoor Dining Areas in Old Sacramento
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 6 days ago
SACRAMENTO -- The Sacramento City Council is expected to revise its sidewalk cafe rules, which would allow alcohol to be served at sidewalk restaurants in Old Sacramento. City officials say alcohol is not allowed even though at least one restaurant,... Read more
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Rocklin & Roseville Today
Cap and Trade: Riverfront Streetcar Receives $30 Million GrantWest Sacramento, with its projected population growth from 8,200 people to 34,5
Cap and Trade: Riverfront Streetcar Receives $30 Million Grant
Rocklin & Roseville Today / Posted 9 days ago
West Sacramento, with its projected population growth from 8,200 people to 34,500 over the next 20 years. Steve Hansen, Sacramento City Council Member for District, 4 which includes the service area for the streetcar noted, "This is great news... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Railyard Bridges Open in SacramentoSACRAMENTO — The bridges to the future of the railyards in Sacramento are offic
Railyard Bridges Open in Sacramento
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 9 days ago
SACRAMENTO — The bridges to the future of the railyards in Sacramento are officially open. At press conference involving local and state officials, the newly christened Fifth and Sixth Street bridges connecting downtown to Old Sac and the river... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Has Sacramento Regional Transit upped its game enough for arena opening night?into a bigger player in the regional transportation system. If not, it could gi
Has Sacramento Regional Transit upped its game enough for arena opening night?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 11 days ago
into a bigger player in the regional transportation system. If not, it could give itself a major black eye. Speaking at a Sacramento City Council meeting last week, Schenirer said he believes the agency is ready. “Five months ago, I wouldn’t have... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
City Council moves on marijuana, bikes and legal feesPot, no. Bikes, yes. Legal fees, ouch. Sacramento City Council members voted T
City Council moves on marijuana, bikes and legal fees
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 days ago
Pot, no. Bikes, yes. Legal fees, ouch. Sacramento City Council members voted Tuesday night to extend a ban on commercial marijuana cultivation in Sacramento while they fine-tune proposed regulations. They approved a bike master plan meant to make... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Today in Sacramento: Tuesday, Aug. 16Park Village legal fees up for vote Members of the Sacramento City Council wil
Today in Sacramento: Tuesday, Aug. 16
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
Park Village legal fees up for vote Members of the Sacramento City Council will vote on whether to approve up to $500,000 in legal costs to fight a lawsuit filed by Curtis Park... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento faces huge legal fees in suit by Curtis Park developerThe Sacramento City Council is looking at a $500,000 legal bill to defend a law
Sacramento faces huge legal fees in suit by Curtis Park developer
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
The Sacramento City Council is looking at a $500,000 legal bill to defend a lawsuit filed by Curtis Park Village developer Paul Petrovich. The council will vote Tuesday on whether to spend up to that amount to pay outside law firm Meyers Nave Riback... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
In the name of transparency, release police videosbuilding blocks of transparency and accountability, and a must for officers to
In the name of transparency, release police videos
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 days ago
building blocks of transparency and accountability, and a must for officers to have a positive relationship with the people they serve. The full commission should remember this when it comes time to make recommendations to the Sacramento City Counc... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento faces $500,000 legal bill in lawsuit by Curtis Park Village developerThe Sacramento City Council is looking at a $500,000 legal bill to defend a law
Sacramento faces $500,000 legal bill in lawsuit by Curtis Park Village developer
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 days ago
The Sacramento City Council is looking at a $500,000 legal bill to defend a lawsuit filed by Curtis Park Village developer Paul Petrovich. The council will vote Tuesday on whether to spend up to that amount on outside law firm Meyers Nave Riback... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Simulator helps Sacramento cops learn when, and when not, to shootthe Sacramento Police Academy at McClellan Park, the former Air Force base nort
Simulator helps Sacramento cops learn when, and when not, to shoot
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 days ago
the Sacramento Police Academy at McClellan Park, the former Air Force base northeast of Sacramento. It cost $120,000; the Sacramento City Council approved most of the funds, Heinlein said. Those training on the simulators use non-firing weapons,... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
City commission may recommend release of video in police shootingson the report. It plans on hearing other reports on diversity and traffic stops
City commission may recommend release of video in police shootings
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 20 days ago
on the report. It plans on hearing other reports on diversity and traffic stops before preparing recommendations for the Sacramento City Council to consider. Commission Chairman Les Simmons said he expected it to be at least three months before... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Groups demand more power for Sacramento Police Commissionof a handful of groups are asking the city to give more authority to the commis
Groups demand more power for Sacramento Police Commission
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 20 days ago
of a handful of groups are asking the city to give more authority to the commission. Under the ordinance adopted by the Sacramento City Council in August of 2015, the commission can only make recommendations regarding police department policy to... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Study: Sacramento FD takes longer to get to callsA study that will be presented to the Sacramento City Council on Tuesday indica
Study: Sacramento FD takes longer to get to calls
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 21 days ago
A study that will be presented to the Sacramento City Council on Tuesday indicates that Sacramento firefighters are not meeting their response time goals and are falling behind some standard response times. The study found that 90 percent of calls... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Sac approves new ordinance to preserve 'City of Trees'The Sacramento City Council unanimously approved a new ordinance to preserve th
Sac approves new ordinance to preserve 'City of Trees'
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 23 days ago
The Sacramento City Council unanimously approved a new ordinance to preserve the city’s namesake. "It really is the quality of our canopy that supports the values of our homes and property,” councilmember Jeff Harris said. “But also the beauty of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
New tree ordinance could give Sacramento’s urban forest closer scrutinyIn the City of Trees, a new ordinance might put more bite in protecting our bar
New tree ordinance could give Sacramento’s urban forest closer scrutiny
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 25 days ago
In the City of Trees, a new ordinance might put more bite in protecting our bark. The Sacramento City Council may vote Thursday on hotly contested new rules for safeguarding, maintaining and removing trees on both private and public land. The vote... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento poised to scrap lowest bidder requirement in troubled water meter projectauditor that its onetime project manager had sex and used alcohol and drugs on
Sacramento poised to scrap lowest bidder requirement in troubled water meter project
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 26 days ago
auditor that its onetime project manager had sex and used alcohol and drugs on the job. Under a proposal coming before the Sacramento City Council on Thursday, the city Department of Utilities would end the practice of awarding contracts to the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
State’s finances, chamber’s relevancy, city’s sidewalks, etc.law worse than sausage Re “City will ban bikes on some sidewalks” (Local, July
State’s finances, chamber’s relevancy, city’s sidewalks, etc.
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 28 days ago
law worse than sausage Re “City will ban bikes on some sidewalks” (Local, July 28): Some things you don’t want to see. The Sacramento City Council made a public display of not only wordsmithing the sidewalk bike law, but fundamentally changing the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Fans can now take critical look at publicly-funded sports venuesby a 71.4 percent rejection rate after seeking $600 million in public funds for
Fans can now take critical look at publicly-funded sports venues
The Seattle Times / Posted 28 days ago
by a 71.4 percent rejection rate after seeking $600 million in public funds for a new arena. Two years ago, a favorable Sacramento City Council didn’t risk another referendum in earmarking approximately $223 million for the Kings’ new Golden 1... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
More than 140 applicants submit innovation grants to city of Sacramentofavorites among the applications but that he won’t be on the panel making the d
More than 140 applicants submit innovation grants to city of Sacramento
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
favorites among the applications but that he won’t be on the panel making the decisions on which applications go to the Sacramento City Council for approval. “The way it works is that the Mayor’s Office of Innovation and the Economic... Read more

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