Sacramento City Council Approves Restroom Pilot Program Targeting HomelessThe plan would have a paid attendant be responsible for cleaning up and stocking supplies to a portable toilet for up to 10 hours a day.
Sacramento City Councilman Says City Isn't Doing Enough To Prevent HarassmentCity Councilman Steve Hansen’s comments come after allegations against Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and City Councilman Allen Warren.
Sacramento Plastic Bag Ban Going Before City Council After Statewide Effort StallsThe proposed ordinance would ban stores from distributing single-use plastic bags, while requiring a minimum 10-cent fee on paper bags.
Residents Question Handling Of Stockton City Councilwoman-Elect's Traffic Stop Stockton residents said Wednesday they have a lot of questions about why two veteran detectives pulled over councilwoman-elect Christina Fugazi, but decided not to cite her despite their report alleging drug and alcohol use.
City Of Auburn Approves Home-Sharing BusinessesAuburn city officials have approved making home-sharing services such as Airbnb legal. It’s a first of its kind in the region.
Davis Will Spend $350,000 To Replace LED Lights After Neighbor ComplaintsAfter the city installed 650 new LED lights in May designed to save money, several neighbors complained about them, so Davis city leaders will spend $350,000 to replace the lights.
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Stockton City Council Considering Punishing Silva For Possible Brown Act ViolationStockton hasn’t picked its next city manager, but earlier this month, Silva put out information saying it had hired one.
Chico Councilman Accuses Police Officer Of Posting Racially Insensitive Facebook Photos One featured a skull painted like the confederate flag, another shows the president’s face painted like the Joker. There’s another featuring the president dressed in tribal garb, while another post has a homophobic slur.
Former Bell Official Testifies At Corruption TrialA sometimes tearful former official of the scandal-ridden Bell took the stand in her own defense at a corruption trial, acknowledging she was being paid too much when her salary ballooned past $340,000 a year.