Debra Cummings, a Del Paso Heights mother with Community Mothers of 95838 and advocate for expanding youth activities in her community, says the change in who can attend the meetings is “a slap in the face.” “We felt like we were really interacting with the police, making steps forward, but this is taking us back,” she said.
Debra Cummings, a Del Paso Heights mother with Community Mothers of 95838 and advocate for expanding youth activities in her community, says the change in who can attend the meetings is “a slap in the face.” “We felt like we were really interacting with the police, making steps forward, but this is taking us back,” she said. Lezlie Sterling Bee file
Debra Cummings, a Del Paso Heights mother with Community Mothers of 95838 and advocate for expanding youth activities in her community, says the change in who can attend the meetings is “a slap in the face.” “We felt like we were really interacting with the police, making steps forward, but this is taking us back,” she said. Lezlie Sterling Bee file
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Who can attend north Sac police meeting is changing. Some call it a ‘slap in the face’

July 25, 2018 06:44 PM