Mayor Kevin Johnson enjoys the moment after his State of the City address Thursday at Memorial Auditorium downtown. Key topics included body cameras for police, a local minimum wage, and a push to build 10,000 new housing units in downtown over the next decade.
Mayor Kevin Johnson enjoys the moment after his State of the City address Thursday at Memorial Auditorium downtown. Key topics included body cameras for police, a local minimum wage, and a push to build 10,000 new housing units in downtown over the next decade. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Mayor Kevin Johnson enjoys the moment after his State of the City address Thursday at Memorial Auditorium downtown. Key topics included body cameras for police, a local minimum wage, and a push to build 10,000 new housing units in downtown over the next decade. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Mayor Johnson: Sac 3.0 will see downtown bloom again

January 29, 2015 10:25 PM

Comments

More Videos

  • Mayor Steinberg fields questions at contentious meeting on homeless shelters

    North Sacramento residents pelted Mayor Darrell Steinberg and two City Council members Monday over their plans for homeless shelters in North Sacramento, which they said already is overburdened with social services agencies.