It’s back to the drawing board after a deal to build a new sports arena in Sacramento collapsed last week, and the city on Monday night released a document that details how far apart the sides really are.
A crucial meeting this week in New York City is expected to decide the fate of the downtown Sacramento arena project.
A day after news surfaced that the Kings’ owners don’t believe they should have to pay $3.26 million toward a new Sacramento arena, one of the brothers said Friday the family is still “100 percent committed” to the project.
As outlined in this non-binding agreement for the new arena, the city says the Maloofs will fork over $3.25 million and the city will pay $6.5 million. But the Maloofs are now saying they shouldn’t have to pay.
Today, the AC is till not fixed, Don’s headphone jack is jacked, and the mixer for the replay machines is messed up. But the guys, professionals that they are, trudge on and make the best […]
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson talks with Don Geronimo about the City Council vote this evening, and tries to reassure Dave that the proposal will pass, Mayor Johnson also gives numerous reasons why a new arena […]
Sacramento Kings’ co-owner Gavin Maloof talks with Don Geronimo about how great it feels to have the arena deal complete, how much the Maloofs love the Sacramento fans, how important Mayor Kevin Johnson was in […]
Great news dropped Monday morning as it was announced that the city of Sacramento and the Maloofs struck a tentative agreement on funding for a new Sports and Entertainment Complex, a topic that owned the […]
Ryan Lillis of the Sacramento Bee talks about how Mayor Johnson and the Maloofs were able to find middle ground in negotiating the Maloof family’s share of funding for a new Sports and Entertainment Complex […]
one week there is going to be a crucial vote on a parking plan for a new Sacramento arena. On Tuesday, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson says things are moving forward. But tonight there are still a lot of unanswered questions.
Downtown drivers worried about their parking rates going up are now criticizing the city’s plan to finance an arena by turning parking garages over to a private company.
The names of 13 companies who have submitted official responses to lease the city of Sacramento’s parking spaces were released on Friday.