A person is dead after a shooting in the Natomas area Friday morning.
Their footwork is fancy, their drive is dominating, and their sweat becomes their second skin in a Sacramento gym where the focus on the future and a lofty goal is at the other end of a very long rope.
Chris Andrew of Sacramento’s firefighters union says the fire department’s goal is to have an ambulance at the scene of life-threatening calls in eight minutes or less. But with one ambulance serving 100,000 Natomas residents, that doesn’t always happen.
Police say the night of the attack, Hernandez grabbed the hatchet from the backyard, walked back into the house, stood over his son who was sleeping on a couch and executed Matthew.
Police say an antique grenade was discovered by landscapers in Natomas Friday morning.
Shannon Carlson of Natomas wondered if this applied to prepaid cards for services too. She brings her daughter to indoor playground Climbaroo in Natomas which normally costs between eight and ten dollars a visit. Shannon bought what is called a Joey’s VIP Play Pass which allowed ten visits for $60. However she noticed the card had an expiration date after six months.
The Marine Corps All-American Football Camp is meant to help athletes develop football skills, but also redefine the term “all-American.”
Since 2008, lots have sat empty and devoid of development after the Federal Emergency Management Agency declared the levees weren’t cutting it when it came to new standards introduced following Hurricane Katrina.
While the drought is prompting some cities to require tougher water restrictions for construction on new homes, that’s not the case in Natomas. More than 1,000 new homes can be built in Natomas, an area that hasn’t seen any growth in years.
An ordinance to allow construction to resume for the first time since 2008 was approved by the council. The city’s community development department will start accepting building permit applications on Wednesday.
Concerns over flooding in the wake of Hurricane Katrina were felt thousands of miles away in Natomas. The Federal Emergency Management Agency raised standards for levees after the 2005 hurricane. This put previously OK levees classified as substandard, which halted construction in Natomas in 2008.
If approved by the Sacramento city Council at Tuesday’s meeting, many north Natomas homeowners will be getting cash back—$200 for corner lots, $100 for the others.