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Sacramento City Leaders' 21-Point Homeless Plan Avoids Tent Cities

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento city leaders are pushing a 21-point plan to solve the city’s overwhelming homeless problem that doesn’t involve tent cities.

Homeless activists are continuing to call for an end to Sacramento’s anti-camping ordinance and demanding a safe place to sleep. 229 more words

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Sacramento Extending Metered Parking From 6 p.m. To 10 p.m.

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento City Council has voted to extend metered parking times from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. as part of a plan to expand parking revenue. 260 more words

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Seattle Offers Sacramento A Possible Solution To Homeless Problem

SEATTLE (CBS13) — Sacramento is seeking Seattle’s help with the homeless as councilmembers, city attorneys and Sacramento Police officers will see how it is dealing with its own homeless crisis. 485 more words

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Sacramento Police Say Homeless Protester Sent Officer to Hospital

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Sacramento police say a homeless protester who was arrested this weekend sent one of their officers to the hospital.

His name is Luke McRae, but on the streets of Sacramento, they call him Que. 472 more words

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Sacramento City Council Turning To Seattle For Answers On Homelessness

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — After countless debates over the homeless crisis in Sacramento, city leaders are now looking into whether building a tent city in a local neighborhood is the answer. 270 more words

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Homeless Protesters to Meet with City Officials

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A group of protesters who’ve set up camp outside of Sacramento City Hall since December will finally get their chance to meet face to face with city council members who make up the city’s taskforce on homelessness. 449 more words

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Sacramento City Council Passes Medical Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance

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Tuesday night the Sacramento City Council voted to allow cultivation permits for medical clinics to grow indoors within the city limits. That vote has paved the way for the city to be able to tax and license commercial marijuana growing, which could bring in millions of dollars to the city’s coffers each year. 292 more words

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