West Sac news nuggets, Part I:

From the News-Ledger — March 7, 2012 —

The Port of West Sacramento announced yesterday it had received a $960,000 grant from the Federal Railroad Administration for construction of a rail loop track that will consolidate switching and looping operations and reduce conflicts between trains and surface street traffic.


  Safeway has provided a $5,000 donation to help bring fresh fruits and vegetables to low-income West Sacramento residents, according to the Yolo County Child Abuse Council and Yolo Co. Children’s Alliance.
The produce is distributed weekly on Friday mornings at the Alyce Norman Center.

The Home Depot Foundation has donated $20,000 to the “A Brush With Kindness” program run by Habitat for Humanity’s Yolo County chapter.
The program helps needy people with exterior repairs to their homes, including roof repair, wheelchair ramps, painting, weatherization and landscaping. It’s currently focused on several homes in the Bryte and Broderick areas of West Sacramento.
In 2011, the foundation gave Habitat Yolo $10,000 to finish homes in the Heidrick Ranch project in Woodland. The new founding will allow “A Brush With Kindness” to complete repair projects at six West Sacramento houses, reports Habitat Yolo.

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