The owner of a million-dollar home overlooking McKinley Park hired a former assemblyman, traffic and parking expert, environmental planner, engineer and onetime state fire marshal to stop a senior housing complex from going up behind him.
Seniors First, the nonprofit agency that administers Placer County’s federally funded seniors programs, lost its contract late last week to deliver meals to more than 100 homebound seniors.
Seniors First, which administers a host of federally funded seniors programs in Placer County including Meals on Wheels, plans to shut its doors temporarily on Nov. 1 as a result of the federal shutdown.
Sacramento's Ethel M. Hart Senior Center has temporarily closed for long overdue renovations, including a major heating and air conditioning overhaul and the installation of a new roof.
Plans for a long-awaited senior day care center, derailed five years ago by county budget cuts, are back on track in El Dorado Hills.
Federal sequester cuts will take an 8 percent bite out of regional seniors' programs funded through the Older Americans Act, instead of the 4 percent reduction that the Area 4 Agency on Aging was expecting, according to the agency's new executive director, Pam Miller.
USA Properties Fund Inc., a Roseville-based developer of affordable housing, has completed a $10.9 million acquisition of a 184-unit senior housing community in central Los Angeles County.
Orangevale residents are fighting a senior living development, viewing it as a threat to their "high-quality rural lifestyle," as a community plan put it almost 30 years ago.
The California Department of Public Health on Friday issued its strongest citation and imposed a $100,000 fine against a Lincoln nursing home after an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the 2011 death of an 82-year-old stroke patient who had been in the facility's care.