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Come on Sacramento $12.50 an hour by 2020?

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Mayor Kevin Johnson announced a task force is recommending the Sacramento minimum wage increase to $12.50 an hour by 2020.

$12.50 in five years seems more like a punishment than a reward. 45 more words

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$500,000 in grants for arts organizations that bring arts to diverse audiences

The Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission (SMAC) has announced the release of the application and guidelines for a new Cultural Equity grant program to support organizations that serve diverse audiences and audiences with little or no access to the arts. 204 more words

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A few favorites from the day job

Working for the City of Sacramento brings me to some pretty interesting scenarios. Click on any picture for more info…

Feature photo: New Blue: Sac Regional Transit officially opens light rail extension to Cosumnes River College 38 more words

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PHOTOS: Golden 1 Center update

The Golden 1 Center site was busy and loud on our most recent visit. Activity is up as the building is shaping up. Check out our most recent photo gallery below.

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The Sacramento Youth Commission wants you!

The Sacramento Youth Commission offers an overwhelming number of benefits for its members. It allows young individuals to make a difference in the Sacramento Community. The commission works together to create and organize fun programs, community service events, and much more for others take part. 129 more words

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Mayor Kevin Johnson welcomes home American Hero, Anthony Sadler

Anthony Sadler, one of the three American heroes that stopped a terrorist attack in France, was the first to return home to Sacramento. He was warmly welcomed home by a gracious crowd at… 183 more words

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Parking Improvement Planning critical to accomplishing smart urban growth

To make the parking experience easier, the City is currently working to improve its parking services, and is coordinating with residents and businesses throughout the process. 463 more words

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