Leiana Hobart, then 2, of Rancho Cordova, blows bubbles during the May 2008 dedication of the newly opened Village Green Park in Rancho Cordova. The city is soliciting input on how to spend revenue from a sales tax hike to improve community amenities.
Leiana Hobart, then 2, of Rancho Cordova, blows bubbles during the May 2008 dedication of the newly opened Village Green Park in Rancho Cordova. The city is soliciting input on how to spend revenue from a sales tax hike to improve community amenities. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
Leiana Hobart, then 2, of Rancho Cordova, blows bubbles during the May 2008 dedication of the newly opened Village Green Park in Rancho Cordova. The city is soliciting input on how to spend revenue from a sales tax hike to improve community amenities. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file

Rancho Cordova seeks input on spending new sales tax revenue

February 03, 2015 12:20 PM

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