Weeds grow last May on an unfinished lot in Natomas, where a building moratorium in effect since 2008 could be lifted by June.
Weeds grow last May on an unfinished lot in Natomas, where a building moratorium in effect since 2008 could be lifted by June. Randall Benton <240><137>rbenton@sacbee.com<252><137>Sacramento Bee file
Weeds grow last May on an unfinished lot in Natomas, where a building moratorium in effect since 2008 could be lifted by June. Randall Benton <240><137>rbenton@sacbee.com<252><137>Sacramento Bee file

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January 07, 2015 04:00 PM

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