Sacramento City Council
Some say A Therapeutic Alternative doesn’t belong in the neighborhood right across from a daycare with a middle school around the corner and just steps away from McKinley Park.
The Sacramento City Council is scheduled to take its final vote on a $477 million downtown arena for the Kings NBA franchise.
Construction on the arena is supposed to create thousands of jobs, with more than half of those new jobs expected to go to people living in Sacramento.
The Sacramento City Council is floating another smoking ban, this one expanding current bar and restaurant restriction to patios.
Instead of paying the full market value of $1,800 a month, the rent due under a new lease agreement is just over $900.
The Sacramento City Council passed far-reaching water restrictions forcing residents and businesses to cut usage by 20 percent.
A nearby performing arts center is worried the center will take away some of his dozens of tenants including artists and theater companies.
The new slides show the arena sitting on a plaza that is 17 feet above street level with glass windows at ground level.
All events at the venue, including basketball games, have a 5 percent surcharge included by the new owners of the Sacramento Kings.
City leaders must come up with its housing element guidelines by early 2014, and one idea is being strongly considered: New housing developments would no longer be required to include affordable housing if developers pay a fee.
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. […]
Ryan Lillis of the Sacramento Bee joined Jason to discuss any breaking news regarding the sale of the Kings and Sacramento’s fight to keep them. Lillis discussed the upcoming City Council vote to start negotiations […]