Sacramento's (not so) finest hour

05/21/2014 8:05 AM

05/21/2014 8:19 AM

Re "City goes all in for Kings” (Page A1, May 21): I differ on what constitutes Sacramento's finest hour. That day will be when Sacramento has no more homeless people, when every child has a decent school in his or her neighborhood, when we have no crime, no potholes, no crumbling infrastructure, when libraries are open six days a week and when pools, parks, and public places are maintained as they should be. Oh yeah, and when we don't have any crooks in the Legislature. That sounds fine to me.

-- Gail A Zimmerman, Sacramento

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