Weeds grow on an unfinished lot in the Natomas area of Sacramento last May. Federal flood rules have prevented construction in the region since December 2008. That could change soon if a building moratorium is lifted.
Weeds grow on an unfinished lot in the Natomas area of Sacramento last May. Federal flood rules have prevented construction in the region since December 2008. That could change soon if a building moratorium is lifted. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Weeds grow on an unfinished lot in the Natomas area of Sacramento last May. Federal flood rules have prevented construction in the region since December 2008. That could change soon if a building moratorium is lifted. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Natomas building activity poised to resume

March 12, 2015 01:22 PM

UPDATED March 12, 2015 09:39 PM

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