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Natomas Open House, March 23

Natomas residents,

Please join us for an open house to get answers to questions as the end of the building moratorium draws near.

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City Of Sacramento

Measure U a success thanks to YOU!

Voters overwhelmingly passed Measure U in November of 2012 as a temporary ½-cent sales tax proposed to restore and protect City services. The intent was to restore police and fire services, park maintenance and other essential services that were cut between 2008 and 2013. 108 more words

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Business First Spotlight: Ambrosia Café

Ambrosia Café, located at the corner of 11th and K streets, has been a part of the downtown community for over ten years. Ambrosia offers a variety of fresh and unique sandwiches, soups and salads as well as award winning desserts, wines and coffee. 134 more words

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SURVEY: What type of restaurant would you like to see at Cesar Chavez Plaza?

The City and Downtown Sacramento Partnership are looking for a new and innovative business to operate a food service operation to bring new energy to Cesar Chavez Plaza. 81 more words

City Of Sacramento

What's under the big white bubble at the Sacramento Valley Station?

Construction and renovation of the historic Amtrak building continues, as Sacramento’s development and growth can be seen in a multitude of projects around the city. One aspect that makes Sacramento unique to other cities is the rich history that lies in its foundation. 168 more words

Sacramento

City Council approves Jeff Koons’ Coloring Book for new arena plaza, $1.5 million for public art created by regional artists

The Sacramento City Council approved the contract for renowned artist Jeff Koons’ Coloring Book sculpture as the focal point of public art in the new downtown arena. 685 more words

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