With a climactic City Council vote just weeks away, Sacramento officials plan to release an update Monday on the city’s negotiations with the Kings over the planned $448 million arena at Downtown Plaza.
Replay a live blog as Sacramento Bee reporters Dale Kasler and Ryan Lillis cover a hearing Friday on whether to uphold the Sacramento city clerk's decision to disqualify petitions that would have placed a measure on the June ballot to require a public vote before the city could subsidize a new arena.
On the eve of a judges ruling on whether a downtown arena should go to a public vote or not, it seems a good time to clear up some misunderstandings.
Old Sacramento business leaders worry the downtown arena could hurt their area, making it harder for people to get to Old Sacramento, and potentially force businesses in the historic district to close.
Check in and see what The Sacramento Bee's arena reporting team had to say during a live chat focusing on key arena issues earlier today. Also get a feel for what chat participants were thinking about some critical questions.