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Today in Sacramento: Here’s what you need to know for Tuesday

Large turnout expected at CHP officer’s funeral

Funeral services for CHP Officer Nathan D. Taylor will be held at 10 a.m. at Hillside Christian Church, 6401 Stanford Ranch Road in Roseville. Taylor died of injuries suffered when he was hit by a sport-utility vehicle March 12 on Interstate 80 in the Sierra. Because of the number of officers expected to attend the service, the public is asked to arrive between 8:30 and 9 a.m.

City Council may extend parking meter hours

The Sacramento City Council will vote on a proposal to extend downtown parking meter hours to 10 p.m. in preparation for the October opening of Golden 1 Center. The city also is proposing extending some meter hours to 8 p.m. along a restaurant-rich slice of midtown. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at Sacramento City Hall, 915 I St.

Supervisors to discuss plastic bag ban

The Board of Supervisors will discuss a proposed ordinance that would limit the use of single-use plastic bags at grocery stores, food marts and pharmacies in unincorporated Sacramento County at 2 p.m. If approved, the ordinance would go into effect on July 1. The board meets at 700 H St., Suite 1450, in Sacramento.

Kids make customize soap at library

Franklin Community Library will host a kids craft Tuesday from 3 to 4 p.m. Children will make a customized felted soap for themselves or as a gift at the library at 10055 Franklin High Road in Elk Grove. The event is free.

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