Every now and then you hear someone say that Sacramento isn’t “world class” or suffers from some insidious “inferiority complex.” Naturally, the proffered solution is something bigger and bolder and typically involves huge, shiny projects that will arguably boost civic self-esteem.
Every now and then you hear someone say that Sacramento isn’t “world class” or suffers from some insidious “inferiority complex.” Naturally, the proffered solution is something bigger and bolder and typically involves huge, shiny projects that will arguably boost civic self-esteem. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Every now and then you hear someone say that Sacramento isn’t “world class” or suffers from some insidious “inferiority complex.” Naturally, the proffered solution is something bigger and bolder and typically involves huge, shiny projects that will arguably boost civic self-esteem. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Wizened? Yep. Unwise? Not on your life, whippersnapper!

April 02, 2017 5:00 AM

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