Sunday, May 19, 2013
I believe the county can give vote counts by precinct- but it might be a little while before such a report is available.
Even my almost 18-yr old son is in on Movember. Excellent!
Excellent coverage, friends. I'm proud of your hard work.
Goyette will do an excellent job moderating, and having Foon Rhee and Brandon Darnell in the mix will definitely make this a valuable and informative debate. (I'm not Doubtful in the least!)
That's kind of you to say, Mark. I know Jared and the crew at Sac Press are going to keep the ship afloat bringing the best to our communities. Jared is right, though: YOU and do many others play an active role in helping get the news out... Keep it up!
You too, Chris. I know you'll be keeping your eye on North Sac for us! I look forward to seeing more of your contributions and comments on Sac Press.
I appreciate the thoughts, although I never want to send the cosmos into a spin. Wait. What?
Ah, you understand! :-)
Thanks for the kind words.
Thank you, Mark.
Definitely! I'm only a phone call (or a Tweet!) away!
Thank you, Carlos. I'll be keeping an eye out on Sac Press for more of your great photos! They are always such an asset to the articles.
That's what I say! My husband, on the other hand, thinks I just need better hand-eye coordination to successfully navigate the refrigerator. :-)
I thought Brandon Weber did a good job clarifying, but perhaps an even simpler breakdown will help, Squinter:
Pre-conference TEDx event, Thurs. Aug 30, 6:30 pm – 8 pm, $10
TEDx Sacramento conference, Fri. Aug. 31, 9 am – 6 pm, $100
Both events will be at the Crocker Art Museum.
Hope that helps.
I have embedded the ULI report and included a link to the Urban Land Institute Sacramento website. Hope that helps.
The TEDx event that the article focuses on is an all-day event, 9 am to 6 pm and tickets are $100.
The event listed on the Crocker Website is a smaller "salon" event that will happen the day before TEDx – it is a preview of the event that features videos and a couple live performances. The salon/preview event is $10.
The alcohol license transfer is being protested by Vito Sgromo, as noted in a previous Sac Press article.
Mr. Sgromo does not specifically link Harlow's to the murder, rather (as quoted in this article) he said he is protesting the alcohol license because of "increased crime, recently murder, and the over concentration of alcohol licenses" at 28th and 27th and J streets location.
Amanda - I'd like to update the story to reflect the time changes. When you say "go to the search location" do you mean go to the Glendale Lane address?
So, the purpose of the bill was to ban the device that changed "assault weapons" to "non-assault weapons," making it more difficult for gun owners to side-step the California ban on owning "assault weapons," correct?
No offense taken, Marion.
You are correct that there are many parking-related stories to touch on, and I certainly try to cover them. Here is the article I wrote about the pilot program you mention:
As more issues arise, I hope you'll let me know so I can be sure to cover them, too!
We made a clarification to the caption of the photo to specify that Reichmuth is located in South Land Park.
Perhaps not, but the budget included the potential from that funding source as a means of balancing the budget – in much the same way it predicts and counts on potential property and sales tax revenue. Not receiving an amount anticipated from any of those sources will have a negative impact on the bottom line. To the people affected by any program cuts that might result, it will likely feel like a "loss" as surely as if money had been stolen from the palm of their hand.
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