Community Meeting to Discuss Proposed Changes to On-Street Parking: August 12

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The City’s Parking Division has proposed changes to on-street parking. The goal is to provide consumers with greater flexibility and to increase efficiency of street parking. The Parking Division has reached out to Central City business organizations for feedback and there has been initial support, but the proposed changes are still being evaluated. If changes …

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Read Along at CDF Freedom Schools

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I recently visited the CDF Freedom School at Health Professions High School where I enjoyed reading with the children. Together we read a favorite Clifford book and took a few “selfies.” The Children’s Defense Fund sponsored the Freedom School program at the Roberts Family Development Center. This is the first time the program has come …

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August Newsletter

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Healthcare Town Hall: August 14, 5:30 pm Do you have questions about healthcare reform and  the Affordable Care Act? Assemblymember Richard Pan, Councilmember Hansen, and SCUSD Board Member Jay Hansen invite you to a healthcare town hall on August 14 at 5:30 pm, Health Professions High School Gymnasium, 451 McClatchy Way. Join the discussion to learn how the …

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July Newsletter

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Business is Blooming in Sacramento Sacramento is a unique city with a blend of small town charm and rich art and culture amenities. Several businesses have opened their doors over the past month, adding to the draw of our special community. If you are looking for things to do this month, try supporting our businesses!   …

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June Newsletter

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A Tech-Savvy Sacramento Hello! Our hard working office has partnered with Code For Sacramento to make Sacramento’s city government more accessible to residents. Code For Sacramento is part of a national network of civic-minded volunteers - Code For America. Their mission is to break down the dense, confusing navigation of local government websites. Social networking and smart phones …

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May Newsletter

May 2013 | Issue 2 Hello, My team (Consuelo, Jameson, and Scott) and I have been busy working on projects large and small. Many of you know of the efforts to revitalize our downtown with a new entertainment facility and opportunity to leverage new private investment around it for housing, retail and office development. However, you …

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April Newsletter

April 2013  |  Issue 1 Hello, I’m pleased to share with you the first District 4 newsletter. If you have information you’d like to have included in the newsletter send it to Jameson Parker at jdparker@cityofsacramento.org. If you have questions or concerns please contact my office at 916-808-7004. Best, Steve Hansen Steve Hansen, District 4 …

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