Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Wonder if NAG will return to meeting in private homes? A pretty big crowd gathers around that collection of tables at Hart Senior Center for meetings.
Book signings are planned at the restaurant Aug. 15 and Aug. 29.
Update on Sacramento Regional Transit's Green Line to the airport came in today: Construction of the line from Richards Boulevard to the airport could start as early as fiscal year 2015 if funding is identified, based on a transitional analysis approved by SRT's board, said agency spokeswoman Alane Masui.
I asked airport spokeswoman Gina Swankie during the initial interview whether airport officials expected to add airlines with the new configuration. I also posed the question above about domestic carriers such as Virgin America to airport PR staff.
"The (Sacramento County) Airport System regularly meets with existing and potential carriers to establish new routes, but will only confirm
additions as start dates are announced," Swankie said.
The airlines that will be located in Central Terminal B are:
Aeromexico, Alaska/Horizon, American, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue and Southwest.
In Terminal A will be: United, Delta, Continental and U.S. Airways, says airport spokeswoman Karen Doron.
Southwest will be moving to Central Terminal B. Other airlines will switch places, with some of the airlines moving from Terminal A to Central Terminal B, and some airlines currently in the existing Terminal B moving to Terminal A.
The goal is to move them all at once, according to an airport spokeswoman.
The city recently named transportation department operations manager Fran Lee Halbakken to railyards project manager.
In her role, she is now overseeing coordination of plans for a future transit center with the developing plans for a Sacramento Kings arena.
Here's the story:
Update: Devine Gelateria is expected to open in as little as a month, but possibly as long as seven weeks, after just getting a building permit next week.
The size of the space has not been determined, according to Greg Hayes.
The arena is being designed to be built adjacent to the future regional transit center, all on city land in the railyards downtown. Seems reasonable there'd be open space between the two or next to them.
Check out Bill Burgua's review of the troupe's production of "Or," at:
I did ask why he left.
In circumstances such as this, the person leaving an organization may be legally prohibited from discussing the reason.
The Philharmonic released an official statement but would not respond to questions about Feldman's departure. Board President David Nystrom did not return phone calls seeking comment.
It was this or no story at all.
An architect tied to the renovation believed no one had gone swimming in the pool since the early 1980s.
Can anyone tell us more about Valentis Gym? Who owned it and how long was it there?
Here's a scribd document with names that are a bit easier to read:
At 7:02 p.m., the mayor's office released a statement with a list of names for the Here We Build Coalition.
The press release lists 70 coalition members, not 60 as Mayor Kevin Johnson announced two weeks ago.
The coalition includes some people who represent Natomas in their official capacities, such as City Councilwoman Angelique Ashby and state Assemblyman Richard Pan.
Here is a link to a scribd document containing the press release:
The new location of Bows & Arrows has had a license to sell beer and wine since early May.
They hope to open the gelateria in July. An official grand opening will be held shortly after.
The exact dates will be posted on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Devine-Gelateria-Cafe/183601335021889.
Nice photos, Ron!
That's an impressive victory. Would love to hear more about how the Capital Punishers managed to tromp so hard on the Undead Betties. Guess they're dead now.
Thanks for sharing that, Joel!
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