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In one of the poorest parts of Sacramento County, the closure of the Campbell Soup Co. factory last summer was a crushing blow to the Franklin Boulevard business district. But plans are already moving forward to breathe life back into the south ...
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District has decided to scrap a proposed $27.50 annual assessment for property owners.
Elk Grove’s pending withdrawal from a habitat conservation plan has further delayed a decades-old proposal to protect sensitive plants and wildlife in the county when developers build new projects, officials said this week.
The Public Eye: Sacramento 2-year-old’s death underscores longstanding problems at Child Protective ServicesSunday, April 6, 2014 at 12:00 AM
CPS repeatedly recorded inaccurate information, failed to include domestic-abuse reports against the father and omitted the mother's own history of childhood abuse, The Bee found in a review of William Philyaw's 257-page case file.
Sacramento County supervisors are paid about $100,000 a year, almost twice the salary of a Sacramento City Council member, and manage a $2 billion annual budget that is more than double the city’s budget.
The Sacramento Taxpayers Association is recommending that property owners oppose a $27.50 annual assessment for the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District.
Having lost a sizable chunk of its revenue during the recession, the Carmichael Recreation and Park District is asking property owners to stabilize its income through an annual assessment of $45.
Maggy Krell on Wednesday criticized the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office she is vying to run, saying that it has been too lax in its approach to human trafficking.
In California, parents have the right to counsel when they stand to lose their children for alleged neglect or abuse, but not in custody disputes.
Sacramento County supervisors decided Tuesday to use an unexpected revenue increase to help pay for unanticipated costs, including higher bills for inmate health care, child protection and juvenile justice.