The downtown Entertainment and Sports Center project will not be discussed at the Sacramento City Council at its May 13 meeting, as the agreement has not been finalized, causing the Sacramento Kings and the city to miss the 10-day advance posting requirement.
A press release from the city says the project is still on schedule for a Fall 2016 opening of the downtown arena complex.
The full release:
JOINT MEDIA RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 3, 2014
Work Continues on ESC Agreements;
May 13 Council discussion of final agreements postponed
Sacramento, CA - Today, the City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Kings are announcing that the Entertainment and Sports Center project will not go before Council on May 13th.
The definitive agreements are in the last stages of completion and will be finalized soon. Once completed, they will be posted and taken promptly to the City Council as planned. All documents and agreements will be posted 10 days prior to the final Council vote.
The project remains on track for opening in fall 2016.
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cont: All documents and agreements will be posted 10 days prior to the final Council vote...project remains on track for opening in fall 16— Bob Moffitt (@BobMoffitt) May 3, 2014
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