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Showing Articles Tagged With: Sacramento city
The City of Sacramento has agreed to hold 15 million emails as part of a lawsuit filed by two people who filed a California Public Records Act Request.
Sacramento Taxpayers Opposed to Pork, a group that has challenged the City of Sacramento and Sacramento Kings' plans to build a downtown arena at every turn, has lost in court once again.
A judge has issued a temporary restraining order barring the City of Sacramento from deleting its old emails for 22 days. The city had planned to begin deletions Wednesday.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson wants to keep the Sacramento City Attorney from releasing the mayor's communications that relate to Johnson's tenure as president of the National Conference of Black Mayors.
Organizers of a plan to create a Sacramento-region bike sharing system have identified 88 possible stations and three cities to take part in a pilot program.
The Sacramento City Council will consider the Finance Department's most recent budget proposal Tuesday. That's not all that's on the council agenda.
UPDATE: If you live in the City of Sacramento your garbage bill may go up by about a dollar a month starting in July. Last night, the Utility Rates Advisory Commission approved a proposal to increase rates each of the next three years.
Mayor Kevin Johnson says Sacramento should follow the example of Las Vegas as the city invests in downtown development projects.
A projected deficit for the police department puts the city's "operating departments" in the red for the first quarter and the fiscal year. The City says overall the City should realize a surplus.
The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities reports Friday that city water customers saved more than one-billion gallons of water last month.
On Sacramento streets, humps, lumps, tables and undulations are not created equal.
The City of Sacramento reports that residents saved more than one-billion gallons of water in July.
Insight gets an update on a variety of city transportation projects.
The Guy West Bridge will be closed next weekend as part of a major restoration project.
Sacramento has conserved a lot of water, but it's hundreds-of-millions of gallons short of the 20 percent ordered by the Sacramento City Council. We spent a couple of days with Sacramento water cops to see what they're doing to help people conserve.
Under a new Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department program, private citizens and business owners can register to share surveillance camera footage to help solve crimes.
The leaders of the Metro Edge Young Professional group were looking for ways to engage the regional young people in a big way. The solution? Bring them all together and get them fired up about the future.
The City of Sacramento is developing an ordinance that would allow food truck vendors to stay open longer on private property -with the property owner's permission.
Sacramento County is celebrating the first anniversary of a program that teaches at-risk kids how to stay away from trouble.
With the shift from winter to spring comes new watering limitations for Sacramento residents. To conserve water, residents are being asked to only water twice a week.
A Sacramento County Superior Court Judge has ruled against two groups that sued the Sacramento City Clerk over her decision to keep an arena-funding measure off the June ballot.
The Sacramento Fire Department's overtime policy and the Convention Center could soon be facing audits.
The Sacramento City Council is expected to vote Tuesday night on water meter and sewer line projects.
In light of the Sacramento City Council decision to impose water-use restrictions, the city is increasing the ways it can pump water from different sources.
Voters will decide in June whether parcel taxes should increase to pay for library maintenance.
The Sacramento City Council has ordered a 20 percent reduction in water use for everyone in the city. The Department of Utilities says the American River Watershed is in "crisis mode."
For the first time, since the implementation of the Urban Water Management plan in 2000, the City of Sacramento staff is asking the City Council to declare a "Stage Two" water shortage.
A crucial document needed for the downtown Sacramento arena project is now up for public review. About 80 people attended an open house Wednesday night at City Hall to ask questions and comment about the environmental impact report.
The Sacramento City Council voted in favor of a plan to turn a shuttered school into a building for several performing arts groups, including the Sacramento Ballet.
The City of Sacramento has submitted its Environmental Impact Report for the proposed downtown arena with the California State Clearinghouse.
The City of Sacramento has asked the City Council to suspend the usual competitive bidding process for the downtown arena project.
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