Jul 272011
 

From the News-Ledger – July 27, 2011 – Southport crossing still lacks traction; bridge at Broadway/15th Street will get further scrutiny By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor Sacramento’s city council reacted to a new Sac/West Sac study of possible new river crossings by leaning away from the concept of a new bridge from Sutterville Road to [...]

Apr 272011
 

By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor At his “State of the City” speech on April 14, Mayor Christopher Cabaldon lauded West Sacramento’s potential to partner with UC Davis to create an “innovation hub” that builds a link between academic research and the private sector. The project could involve fields such as food science, he said. “We [...]

Apr 202011
 

EDITORIAL – NEWS-LEDGER – APRIL 20, 2011 –   Mayor Cabaldon and the local school district aren’t going to see eye-to-eye on this one. At last week’s “State of the City” address by the mayor, Cabaldon took credit for bringing leadership reform to Washington Unified School District. A decade ago, as Cabaldon reminded his audience, [...]

Apr 152011
 
Mayor Cabaldon's State of the City address

NEWS-LEDGER WEB ARTICLE April 15, 2011 By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor     The West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual ‘State of the City’ dinner and address on April 14 at the city hall galleria. Several hundred people attended. Mayor Christopher Cabaldon gave the keynote address, in which he covered a lot of [...]

Nov 032010
 
'Pumpkin Run'

From the News-Ledger – Nov. 3, 2010 – Over a hundred runners attended the inaugural “Pumpkin Run” departing from the West Sacramento Recreation Center on Saturday morning. The 5- and 10-kilometer races were a fundraiser for the new Aquatics Foundation of West Sacramento. The event was created by race director David Trussell and foundation director [...]

Oct 272010
 
Mayor's race, 2010

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER Every year during West Sacramento’s local election season, the News-Ledger invites each candidate for local office to a sit-down interview for publication in our pages. This year was no exception.  Over the past two months, the News-Ledger has published an interview with each of the candidates running for mayor, city council or school board. [...]