Mayor Steinberg Reacts To Council Forum Interrupted By Protesters, Security Concerns Cody Drabble Wednesday, March 28, 2018 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Mayor Darrell Steinberg starts a city council community forum around the police shooting of Stephon Clark March 27, 2018. Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio The Sacramento City Council held an open dialogue session Tuesday evening over the police shooting death of Stephon Clark. The forum was interrupted twice by protesters and Mayor Darrell Steinberg eventually ended the meeting early, citing security concerns. Mayor Steinberg and District 7 Councilmember Rick Jennings announced that plans for another open dialogue at City Council Wednesday will be postponed out of respect for the wake of Stephon Clark. UPDATE: We have been notified the wake for #StephonClark will be tomorrow from 1-8pm. Out of respect for the family we will not reconvene tomorrow but are committed to ensuring you are heard and we will share information for future meetings as it becomes available. pic.twitter.com/KgauI50yjy — Darrell Steinberg (@Mayor_Steinberg) March 28, 2018 Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg joins Insight to discuss the plans to handle future protests and reconvene open dialogue before the City Council.