District 1 News

Sacramento County supervisors OK rules for recycling centers

On their fourth attempt, Sacramento County supervisors finally passed an ordinance regulating recycling facilities. The ordinance will place specific restrictions on recycling centers for the first time in unincorporated Sacramento County, including where and when they can operate.  SACBEE  

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Demands escalate to change kids’ dental plan in Sacramento

Political opposition to Sacramento County’s managed care dental program for poor children is mounting, and Thursday was a particularly busy day in the campaign for change. State government officials promised new accountability after elected representatives, county supervisors and advocates demanded

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10th Annual Celebrate Natomas

Supervisor Serna, Councilmember Cohn and Councilmember Fong will be cohosting the 10th Annual Celebrate Natomas community festival on Saturday, September 8 from 12pm-5pm at South Natomas Community Park. The first steering committee meeting will be Thursday, March 15th at 5.30pm

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Capital City AIDS Fund (CCAF) Oscar Night 2012

Founded in 1995, CCAF is a non-profit organization that marshals resources in support of local HIV/AIDS services.  CCAF is governed by an all-volunteer board of directors made up of community leaders including business professionals, media representatives, and government officials.  Each

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Traffic Calming Projects in District 1

“Traffic calming” is the term used to denote measures that reduce traffic speed and enhance safety for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists. Once a year the County Department of Transportation (DOT) recommends the Board of Supervisors consider traffic calming projects located

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