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    Mayor Darrell Steinberg and old town business leaders say they want to turn the area into a bigger draw year-round – the kind of place Northern Californians will come to even when the in-laws aren’t in town. As part of this push, the city is considering a

Mayor Darrell Steinberg and old town business leaders say they want to turn the area into a bigger draw year-round – the kind of place Northern Californians will come to even when the in-laws aren’t in town. As part of this push, the city is considering a Tony Bizjak tbizjak@sacbee.com
Mayor Darrell Steinberg and old town business leaders say they want to turn the area into a bigger draw year-round – the kind of place Northern Californians will come to even when the in-laws aren’t in town. As part of this push, the city is considering a Tony Bizjak tbizjak@sacbee.com

Concrete sidewalks to replace worn-out wooden boardwalk in Old Sacramento

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