Politics

Time for another water bond? Draft language floating

It hasn’t been a year since Californians approved a $7.5 billion water bond. But with drought still ravaging the state – and Democratic-heavy turnout expected in November 2016 – a former Brown administration official is mulling asking voters to approve a follow-up measure.

The State Worker

The worst state office building in Sacramento

California state government’s recent survey of the buildings it owns ranked them for physical condition – the ratio of repair costs to replacement costs – and safety. None of the Sacramento buildings’ scores fell into the “very poor” range, but we’ve focused in this series on five that are listed as “poor,” meaning they will need large-scale renovation soon.

Sacramento Deals

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