March 23, 2017
Infill site near Rancho Cordova light-rail stop getting developer interest (3-22-17)
Nine acres near the light-rail stop in Rancho Cordova are getting attention as a site for transit-oriented development. Read more...

For third time, redevelopment floated for Rocklin golf course (3-22-17)
Redevelopment of a defunct Rocklin golf course may be on the verge of a major step forward. Read more...

Community survey reviews city's strengths, weaknesses (3-22-17)
A community survey is currently being conducted to determine Elk Grove's strengths, weaknesses, challenges, and opportunities. Read more...

MAC sends shelter-related recommendations (3-22-17)
North Auburn's Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) approved a list of recommendations to the county regarding the homeless shelter's future. Read more...

Sacramento County approves broad plans to help the homeless (3-21-17)
Sacramento County supervisors on Tuesday approved an ambitious series of proposals to breathe new life into services for homeless people. Read more...
 
Editorial: Ending homelessness just got more complicated (3-19-17)
Mayor Darrell Steinberg was just getting off a plane Wednesday evening, capping an encouraging trip to Washington, D.C., to discuss his innovative plan to use federal dollars to reduce homelessness, when President Donald Trump's so-called "skinny budget" landed with a big, fat thud. Read more...

City manager talks looming cuts for Roseville (3-19-17)
At a recent Roseville City Council meeting, the city's chief financial officer Jay Panzica acknowledged a $1.5-million shortfall in sales tax this year. Read more...

Scott Alvord clarifies dual roles on city council, neighborhood group (3-18-17)
Many elected officials begin their political career by joining a neighborhood group, drawn in by a particular cause or a chance to shape the area they live in. Read more...

Andy Davidson: From internship to industry leader (3-17-17)
Sometimes, the old saw about a guy who starts running errands for a company but eventually becomes the boss isn't just a saw. Read more...

City task force to take up future operations of Convention Center (3-17-17)
A city task force on the expansion of the Sacramento Convention Center will soon take up the question of who should own and operate it. Read more...

Homebuilders out in force against bill to raise wages on some housing projects (3-16-17)
A long line of builders, developers and related groups stretched outside a California legislative committee hearing Wednesday, all to express opposition to a bill that would require higher wages for workers on some housing projects. Read more...
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