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  • Why Panama Pottery might be forced to close its doors

    David DeCamilla, the owner and an artist at the Panama Pottery arts collective in Sacramento, says a list of code violations could lead to closure.

Why Panama Pottery might be forced to close its doors

David DeCamilla, the owner and an artist at the Panama Pottery arts collective in Sacramento, says a list of code violations could lead to closure.
Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee