Steve Marschke

Steve Marschke

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 [...]

Sep 292011
 
Work day at Rotary's park

  Tim Carnahan (right) joined fellow members from the city’s two Rotary clubs on Saturday morning, sprucing up a small park the organization has adopted across from the Safeway complex on Jefferson Road. Several dozen showed up, trimming shrubs, raking leaves and otherwise tidying the spot up. Club member Dan Ramos said one of the [...]

Sep 282011
 
RC Football handles El Dorado at Homecoming

NEWS-LEDGER – SEPT 28, 2011 The River City High School football teams hosted El Dorado on Friday night at River City’s annual homecoming game.    The Raider junior varsity team ran right through El Dorado by a final score 42-12, with contributions of the scoring made by Bo Alvarez, who had two touchdowns in the [...]

Sep 282011
 

     The Sacramento River Cats made it all the way to the championship series. But then they were swept in three games by the Omaha Storm Chasers, who earned a Pacific Coast League Championship. Omaha cemented the championship with an 11-6 victory on Sept. 17 at Raley Field. The River Cats were seeking their [...]

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 252011
 

Mayor Christopher Cabaldon announced Friday that he is forming a special advisory team to look at how the city might accelerate community redevelopment efforts if its redevelopment agency is dismantled by new state laws. Governor Brown has proposed eliminating local redevelopment agencies to help balance the state’s budget. Local governments will be able to keep [...]