Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I believe this neighborhood is known as College Greens or Glenbrook, not Granite Park.
I loved that place...yummy milkshakes!
"It also would be helpful to point out that the Mayor has just four employees in his office. Or to mention there are empty floors at City Hall. The interns and community members volunteering for these initiatives are doing good things for the community, whether it's encouraging reading for young children, promoting healthy eating, attracting green businesses to Sacramento."
How can I get my non-profit, which also does good things for the community, to have free rent in some of these empty floors? I don't really have a non-profit, but know that many good and reputable non-profits in Sacramento pay tons for rent, which takes funds away from the services they are intended to provide.
Perhaps the City Council should advertise this space available for rent, which would also generate some income for the city, while also operating with more transparency.
Another great article, Isaac!
Your article needs to be spell checked before being published. I do not know what "Sacramento's assited adults and thrit..." means.
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