The “2012 Community Awards” for to be presented at tonight’s West Sacramento “State of the City” address and dinner have been announced.
Slated to receive them are:
Yolo County Supervisor Mike McGowan of West Sacramento, who will receive the “Civic Leadership for Pride” award;
The “Farm Fresh to You” program, winning “Civic Leadership for Prosperity”;
City Manager Toby Ross will get the “Civic Leadership for Service” award; he has announced his retirement this year;
And the West Sacramento Farmers Market wins the “Civic Leadership for Community” award. The farmers market is the brainchild of the West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce.
Tonight’s event will be held at city hall and features the annual state of the city address given by the mayor. Mayor Christopher Cabaldon has told the News-Ledger this year’s “State of the City” will honor the 25th year of city-hood, with members of the incorporation committee present. He will also talk about what’s going on now in West Sacramento’s growth and development.
The event is sponsored by the local chamber of commerce.
Copyright News-Ledger 2012