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  • Sacramento mayor, residents march to end Oak Park violence

    Mayor Darrell Steinberg met with neighborhood pastors before leading a walk through the Oak Park area Friday night with faith leaders, school board members and other community leaders.

Mayor Darrell Steinberg met with neighborhood pastors before leading a walk through the Oak Park area Friday night with faith leaders, school board members and other community leaders. Ryan Lillis The Sacramento Bee
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