Sacramento council discusses retirement benefits
The Sacramento City Council will discuss strategies for reducing the city’s long-term unfunded liability for post-retirement health benefits while seeking to maintain the program and service levels. The city’s current unfunded liability for the benefits is $452 million. The open meeting begins at 6 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, 915 I St.
Fog advisory issued
Rain and snow are on the way, scheduled to hit hardest Thursday in Northern California. Until then, commuters will have to contend with foggy mornings in the Sacramento region. A dense fog advisory has been issued for Tuesday morning.
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Conference looks at water, almonds
The 43rd annual Almond Conference starts at noon and continues through Thursday in the Sacramento Convention Center, 14th and J streets. The focus, not surprisingly, is on water. Tickets are free. For information, see www.almondconference.com.
Things to do
- A free, one-hour meditation class is planned for 6 p.m. at Sunlight of the Spirit Books and Gifts, 2314 J St., Sacramento.