Sacramento Taxpayers Opposed to Pork
In his ruling, Sacramento Judge Timothy Frawley wrote “… the court finds that the volume and magnitude of the proponents’ procedural errors undermined the integrity of the electoral process.”
Concerned they would be seen as nothing but outsiders, the owners of the Macy’s Men’s store building in Downtown Plaza have requested the move to Alameda County.
The Sacramento city clerk has rejected petitions from the group opposed to the downtown arena, Sacramento Taxpayers Opposed to Pork (STOP), to put the city’s plans to fund the arena up for public vote.
More people have signed a petition to have their names removed from the initiative to place a downtown Sacramento Kings arena on the ballot.
The Fair Political Practice Commission filed a lawsuit Thursday afternoon to reveal who is funding the efforts to stop the downtown Sacramento Kings arena.
Despite overwhelming vocal support to build a new Kings arena in downtown Sacramento, there are still some people don’t want that.
Sacramento Taxpayers Opposed to Pork is looking to block a decision to use parking bonds to finance the arena and intend to put the $258 million subsidy on the ballot.