Jim Collentine, chief of operations for the region’s all-volunteer Drowning Rescue Accident Rescue Team, listens at a Sacramento County Board of Supervisors meeting last summer. Supervisor candidates in the coming election face the need to fix a host of local issues, including homelessness, public transit and housing growth.
Jim Collentine, chief of operations for the region’s all-volunteer Drowning Rescue Accident Rescue Team, listens at a Sacramento County Board of Supervisors meeting last summer. Supervisor candidates in the coming election face the need to fix a host of local issues, including homelessness, public transit and housing growth. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
Jim Collentine, chief of operations for the region’s all-volunteer Drowning Rescue Accident Rescue Team, listens at a Sacramento County Board of Supervisors meeting last summer. Supervisor candidates in the coming election face the need to fix a host of local issues, including homelessness, public transit and housing growth. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file

Next supervisors must find balance in growing Sacramento County

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