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Sacramento Adds Security Cameras To South Natomas Park

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A popular Sacramento playground and rose garden will be getting new surveillance cameras after complaints of criminal activity.

The Sacramento City Council approved five new state-of-the-art cameras for South Natomas Park. 315 more words


California's First Councilwoman - Part II

This post is a continuation of the story of Luella Johnston, Sacramento (and California’s) first elected councilwoman. I strongly recommend starting with Part I, where I discussed Luella’s civic and political activism in Sacramento, culminating in her successful 1912 campaign for a seat on the Sacramento City Council. 1,841 more words


Sacramento May Ease Rules For Who Can Own Marijuana Business

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Who can operate a marijuana business may include felons if an equity program is approved by the Sacramento City Council.

There are currently strict restrictions on the criminal history of potential owners and managers. 335 more words


Sacramento Panhandling Ban Could Go Into Effect Next Month

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento city officials say panhandling is an issue downtown, and they’ve been working on a solution for months, and they think they found one. 389 more words


California's First Councilwoman - Part I

When we first started Sacramentality in January of this year, I knew I wanted to do more than talk about the vivid present and unfolding future of Sacramento. 3,113 more words


Sacramento plans to pay gang members $1.5M for "Advance Peace" program

Crime does pay.

From Fox News: How bad has gun violence gotten in Sacramento, Calif.? City leaders now plan to pay gang members $1.5 million for a cease-fire. 211 more words


In Wake Of Meadowview Park Shooting, City Council Passes Gun Violence Program

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to fund a controversial $1.5 million program to combat gun violence.

Sunday's deadly shooting at Meadowview Park prompted the special meeting Tuesday night at city hall, preceding the regular council meeting. 583 more words