West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, speaking near old cement silos whose demolition began Tuesday, called development of Pioneer Bluff “an important step forward” in the revitalization of the city’s waterfront. <252><137>speaks to members of the media on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. Crews in West Sacramento begin demolishing cement storage silos off South River Road, the first step in the next phase of development along that city's riverfront. Plans are to develop the Pioneer Bluff neighborhood similar to the city's Bridge District. Demolishing the silos should take about 10 weeks.<252><137>
West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, speaking near old cement silos whose demolition began Tuesday, called development of Pioneer Bluff “an important step forward” in the revitalization of the city’s waterfront. <252><137>speaks to members of the media on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. Crews in West Sacramento begin demolishing cement storage silos off South River Road, the first step in the next phase of development along that city's riverfront. Plans are to develop the Pioneer Bluff neighborhood similar to the city's Bridge District. Demolishing the silos should take about 10 weeks.<252><137> Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, speaking near old cement silos whose demolition began Tuesday, called development of Pioneer Bluff “an important step forward” in the revitalization of the city’s waterfront. <252><137>speaks to members of the media on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. Crews in West Sacramento begin demolishing cement storage silos off South River Road, the first step in the next phase of development along that city's riverfront. Plans are to develop the Pioneer Bluff neighborhood similar to the city's Bridge District. Demolishing the silos should take about 10 weeks.<252><137> Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

West Sacramento kicks off Pioneer Bluff development

October 28, 2014 07:10 PM

UPDATED October 29, 2014 11:30 AM

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