City council member Mark Johannessen will greet constituents over coffee from 9-11 a.m. on Sat., Jan. 14, at the Eagle Café in Southport (3150 Jefferson Blvd.). You’re invited to stop by and discuss city issues of interest to you.
PINT FOR A PINT: donate a pint of your best blood during the City of West Sacramento’s holiday blood drive on Tuesday, Dec. 13, and get a coupon for a pint of Baskin Robbins’ best ice cream. Appointments available 9-11:30 a.m. and 12:15-1:30 p.m. inside a BloodSource coach at city hall. For an appointment, call [...]
West Sac’s Washington District is now a disparate mix of longtime residents, old houses, shiny townhouses, skyscrapers, and the homeless NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 23, 2011 – By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor Officials from West Sacramento and the federal Housing & Urban Development Department (HUD) gathered at a street corner in the city’s Washington neighborhood on [...]
NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 9, 2011 By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor The first West Sacramento Veterans Day Parade is scheduled for this Friday afternoon through West Sacramento’s Park Boulevard area – and organizer Debbie Reynolds of the Eskaton Wilson Manor says there will be a lot for viewers to see. “There is a grand total of [...]
NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — OCT 31, 2011 – Last week, the News-Ledger reported a city official’s explanation of what was causing that bad smell that seems to hover over some Southport neighborhoods every fall (and perhaps spring). The combination of warm days and cool nights caused “convection currents” in local waterways, bringing rotting material up [...]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – OCT 5, 2011 – The West Sacramento Multicultural Fair appeared to draw a happy crowd on Saturday afternoon across from city hall. Gabrielle Callison, organizer of the fair, represents the West Sacramento Family Literacy Coalition (WSFLC), which sponsored the event. “The WSFLC in cooperation with the City of West Sacramento Parks [...]