After being homeless for years, a Sacramento senior has finally found a new home indoors. But it took a lot of effort from a variety of different people to make happen. Sacramento Bee reporter Ryan Lillis has the rest of the story in his City Beat column this week. We’ll talk with him about it. Plus, we’ll preview Tuesday night’s City Council meeting and hear more about the on-going discussion about public art in Sacramento.
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- Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission: Entertainment & Sports Center Public Art Panel Meeting, April 15