Ceremony to honor fallen CHP officer
The California Highway Patrol will hold a bell-ringing ceremony at the CHP academy in memory of Officer Nathan Daniel Taylor, who died Sunday from injuries suffered when he was struck by an out-of-control vehicle the day before near Donner Summit. Taylor, 35, was a six-year veteran of the CHP. Commissioner Joe Farrow, CHP officers and employees will be on hand for the ceremony, which is closed to the public.
Pot moratorium could be extended
The Sacramento City Council will consider extending a moratorium on cannabis cultivation to Sept. 18 to give staff and council members more time to develop regulations for growers. City staffers have determined that 30 dispensary operators, 22 business groups, 148 neighborhood associations and 153 individuals want to have input. The City Council meets in open session starting at 6 p.m., Council Chambers, City Hall, 915 I St.
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Discussing renewable energy in Davis
The Davis City Council will consider a resolution declaring its intent to create a Community Choice Energy program in Davis and an unincorporated part of Yolo County. City officials said such a program would allow Davis to provide more renewable energy than is offered by Pacific Gas & Electric. The City Council is scheduled to discuss the proposal at 7:35 p.m., Community Chambers, City Hall, 23 Russell Blvd.
Elk Grove Unified may refinance bonds
Elk Grove Unified trustees will consider a plan to refinance $78 million in outstanding bonds. Refinancing the bonds would save the district money, which could be used to help build two elementary schools, according to the board agenda. The board will meet in open session at 5 p.m. at Robert L. Trigg Center, 9510 Elk Grove-Florin Road.