Oct 102011
 

Lyon Real Estate in Southport is collecting new and clean used coats of all sizes, through Oct. 31 at their office in the Southport Town Center. Coats will go into the “One Warm Coat” program and be distributed at various shelters in the Yolo/Sacramento area. Take your extra coats to Lyon at 2105 Town Center [...]

Oct 052011
 

  The ‘Police Log appears weekly in the News-Ledger. Here’s a sample, from the News-Ledger, Sept. 28, 2011.   Information for this ‘Police Log’ has come directly from original police reports and documents It’s just a sampling of the reports, calls for service and arrests made by the West Sacramento Police Department during the past [...]

Sep 302011
 

NEWS-LEDGER – SEPT 28, 2011 – Larry Brooks, West Sacramento’s code enforcement officer, reminds the public that the rules regarding holding a garage sale in West Sacramento changed in 2009. The city council had adopted an ordinance it hoped would limit the blight of homemade signs and inconvenience to neighbors posed by some households which [...]

Sep 272011
 

  West Sacramento is updating its Bicycle & Pedestrian Path Master Plan, and your advice is requested. The plan seeks to enhance the existing network of trails in the city. Attend one of three workshops: Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the West Sacramento Recreation Center (2801 Jefferson Blvd.); Wed., Oct. 5, from noon [...]

Sep 072011
 

WUSD schools met the goal of Board President David Westin to achieve a 20-point increase in API scores overall this year. In fact, scores at the district went up 28 points. The gain makes for a 48-point increase in API scores districtwide over two years. Westmore Oaks this year joined Bridgeway Island and Southport elementary [...]

Nov 242010
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – NOV. 24, 2010 – By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor     Local police issued an alert after a city contractor reported seeing a mountain lion on two successive days last week in Southport. But after an investigation that brought in a county-hired trapper, they’re inclined to see the sightings were mistaken. [...]