Supervisors to discuss online campaign records
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors will consider whether to require campaigns to file disclosure records online starting in August. The county began a trial period last year in which candidates and committees had the option of filing online. In the most recent reporting period, 54 percent chose to file online, while 46 percent submitted paper reports. The board is scheduled to discuss the matter at 9:45 a.m., Board of Supervisors Chambers, 700 H St., Sacramento.
Johnson, council to lay out out budget priorities
Mayor Kevin Johnson and the Sacramento City Council will introduce their budget priorities for the next fiscal year for consideration by the Budget and Audit Committee. The City Council is scheduled to meet in open session starting at 6 p.m., Council Chambers, 915 I St.
Davis may expand ‘Safety Enhancement Zone’
The Davis City Council will consider expanding the city’s “Safety Enhancement Zone” during festivities around UC Davis’ Picnic Day from April 15 to 17. Under the ordinance, those who violate laws related to open alcohol consumption, noise and public urination face higher fines than normal. City staff have proposed expanding the zone to include a broader swath of neighborhoods where students live, extending boundaries from downtown to Highway 113 on the west and to Covell Boulevard on the north. The item is on the council’s consent calendar starting at 6:45 p.m., Community Chambers, 23 Russell Blvd.
Twelve-hour bike ride all about the kids
Isaac Gonzalez, a Sacramento Central YMCA advisory board member, will ride a stationary bike for 12 hours to raise money for 40 children to attend the YMCA’s summer day camp in Tahoe Park in partnership with St. John’s Program for Real Change. YMCA staff, members and volunteers will join him throughout the day. Donations can be made at http://ymcasuperiorcal.org/donations/isaac-gonzalez. The event takes place from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sacramento Central YMCA, 2021 W St., Sacramento.