Sacramento city manager John Shirey represented the city in negotiations with the investors who are hoping to keep the Kings in Sacramento, so he joined Grant to give some in-depth analysis on the term sheet […]
Sacramento city officials and equity investors hoping to purchase the Sacramento Kings came to an agreement on Saturday on how they would finance a downtown arena. The agreement was documented in a non-binding term sheet. […]
Sacramento City Manager, John Shirey, joined Grant on the show and shined some light on all the obstacles that need to be overcome for the City of Sacramento to move forward with a new arena […]
The Grant Napear Show started with plenty of talks about the Sacramento Kings and their possible relocation to Seattle or the ability to keep the team in Sacramento. Grant fielded phone calls about the Kings […]
LIVE from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Grant begins the shortened show today by giving his thoughts on the new arena and the vote that is going to be held tomorrow at City Hall. Grant […]
Sacramento City Manager John Shirey joins Grant to talk about the city council vote being held tomorrow in City Hall which will officially decide whether or not Sacramento will get a new sports and entertainment […]
Sacramento’snew citymanager will become the highest paid employee in the history of the city making more than $300,000 per year.
Sacramento’s new city manager is expected to make $35,000 more than the previous manager, bringing his salary up to more than $300,000 per year.
The Sacramento City Council has extended a job offer to a candidate for city manager in a closed session, with Mayor Kevin Johnson providing the only opposing vote to the potential new hire.