Howard Chan, left, greets a motorist at the entrance to the parking lot at the Amtrak rail station in Sacramento on Friday December 29, 2006. At the time, Chan was the city’s parking services manager. He will serve as interim city manager until June 2017. Sacramento Bee/ Randall Benton
Howard Chan, left, greets a motorist at the entrance to the parking lot at the Amtrak rail station in Sacramento on Friday December 29, 2006. At the time, Chan was the city’s parking services manager. He will serve as interim city manager until June 2017. Sacramento Bee/ Randall Benton Randall Benton Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Howard Chan, left, greets a motorist at the entrance to the parking lot at the Amtrak rail station in Sacramento on Friday December 29, 2006. At the time, Chan was the city’s parking services manager. He will serve as interim city manager until June 2017. Sacramento Bee/ Randall Benton Randall Benton Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

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