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November 19, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial: City must tough it out on financing Community Center Theater renovation

City leaders have no easy way to pay for a long-overdue renovation of Sacramento’s Community Center Theater, but they have no real choice, either. The project has to be done, sooner rather than later. They need to hear from those across the Sacramento region who want to see the ballet, symphony and Broadway shows in a modern theater that finally welcomes disabled arts lovers as well.

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