An Oak Park sign erected in 2016 is similar to the first "Gateway Arch " that went up in 1903. Leaders of ethnic chambers of commerce are calling for more investment in minority neighborhoods and businesses.
An Oak Park sign erected in 2016 is similar to the first "Gateway Arch " that went up in 1903. Leaders of ethnic chambers of commerce are calling for more investment in minority neighborhoods and businesses. Sacramento Bee file
An Oak Park sign erected in 2016 is similar to the first "Gateway Arch " that went up in 1903. Leaders of ethnic chambers of commerce are calling for more investment in minority neighborhoods and businesses. Sacramento Bee file

If Sacramento can offer incentives to Amazon, why not local minority-owned businesses?

April 30, 2018 12:00 PM