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February 27, 2016 6:33 PM

Rancho Cordova cleans up neighborhoods one chain-link fence at a time

City program pays homeowners to remove chain-link fences

Fences signal ‘distress’ in a neighborhood, mayor says

City expects to complete 50 projects in the next year

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  • Take a look at Sacramento's 24th annual Thanksgiving Run to Feed the Hungry

    On Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 23, more than 27,000 people from around the nation came to Sacramento to participate in a holiday tradition: the Run to Feed the Hungry.