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  • Weeds take over neglected Sleep Train Arena site

    While there have been lots of promises to redevelop the site, there has been little obvious progress. Top Kings executives are trying to offer a reassuring message to residents and business owners in Natomas.

While there have been lots of promises to redevelop the site, there has been little obvious progress. Top Kings executives are trying to offer a reassuring message to residents and business owners in Natomas. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
While there have been lots of promises to redevelop the site, there has been little obvious progress. Top Kings executives are trying to offer a reassuring message to residents and business owners in Natomas. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
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Soccer tournaments. A movie studio. Amazon. Ideas abound for Sleep Train Arena.

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