Mixed Income Housing Ordinance Meeting

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City staff is seeking feedback from the community on how to apply the Mixed Income Housing Ordinance citywide. The current ordinance requires that residential developers make 15 percent of new homes affordable to low and very-low income households in specified areas of the City. You are invited to attend and participate in the first of …

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Autism Awareness Adopt-A-Thon

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Presley Knott, Randi Knott’s son, will be celebrating his 11th birthday with an exclusive party at the Front Street Shelter. In honor of his special day, adoptions will be $11 (excluding puppies and kittens) throughout the weekend. A portion of the adoption proceeds and anticipated donations will be presented to Autism Speaks. For more information …

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Autism Awareness Adopt-A-Thon

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Presley Knott, Randi Knott’s son, will be celebrating his 11th birthday with an exclusive party at the Front Street Shelter. In honor of his special day, adoptions will be $11 (excluding puppies and kittens) throughout the weekend. A portion of the adoption proceeds and anticipated donations will be presented to Autism Speaks. For more information …

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Deadline for Comments on Entertainment and Sports Center Project Draft EIR Nears

The City of Sacramento will be accepting comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the Entertainment and Sports Center (ESC) project until 5 p.m. on Friday, January 31. The DEIR and all comments received for the project are available on the City’s website. To provide comments on the DEIR, contact Scott Johnson at srjohnson@cityofsacramento.org.

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Stage 2 Water Conservation Plan Now Activated

On January 14, City Council voted to activate the Stage 2 Water Conservation Plan. This requires customers to reduce their water use by 20%. The reduction is expected to be largely achieved through increased enforcement of the City’s Conservation Ordinance, enhanced conservation measure at City facilities, and an enhanced public education campaign. The City offers …

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January Newsletter

View this email in your browser Councilmember Hansen’s District 4 Newsletter January 2014 Council Approves Lease Agreement for Studio for the Performing Arts On December 17, 2013, the City Council unanimously voted to move forward a plan for the former Fremont School for Adults. The site will soon be the home and practice venue for …

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Emergency Disaster Preparedness Discussion

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Do you have questions about how the City will respond in a disaster? The City is hosting a meeting in each Council District to inform our community about our disaster response plan. The District 4 meeting will take place on January 13 at California Middle School. The meeting will include staff from Neighborhood Services, Sacramento …

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Second Saturday with the Sacramento Ballet

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On 2nd Saturdays in January, February, March, and April, the Sacramento Ballet will offer a series of FREE open rehearsals. This month, on January 11, there will be two sittings at 4:00pm and 4:30pm at the Ballet Studios located at 17th & K Streets. Dancers will rehearse select scenes from Wild Sweet Love.

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