DeAngelo Mack, coordinator of the Sacramento Violence Intervention Program, talks with DJ Williams, 21, and Zachary Haulcy, 15, both of Elk Grove as they worked on a variety of beautification projects on Mack Road and the area in April 2014.
DeAngelo Mack, coordinator of the Sacramento Violence Intervention Program, talks with DJ Williams, 21, and Zachary Haulcy, 15, both of Elk Grove as they worked on a variety of beautification projects on Mack Road and the area in April 2014. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
DeAngelo Mack, coordinator of the Sacramento Violence Intervention Program, talks with DJ Williams, 21, and Zachary Haulcy, 15, both of Elk Grove as they worked on a variety of beautification projects on Mack Road and the area in April 2014. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
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Mack Road revival faces turning point in south Sacramento

January 28, 2015 05:45 PM

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