May 22, 2013
Hundreds gathered Wednesday evening at St. Marks United Methodist Church, hoping to persuade Sacramento city and county leaders to support the renewal of the city’s current inclusionary housing ordinance.
March 08, 2013
Clergy from across Sacramento gathered this morning at City Hall to advocate for Measure U funds to expand the Ceasefire anti-violence program to more local communities.
February 14, 2013
Public Safety isn't only about putting more police officers on the street, though Sacramento certainly needs to do that. It's also about getting the entire community engaged--neighborhood watch volunteers, clergy and others. That's why the City Council needs to help fund one of the most promising grassroots efforts out there, the Ceasefire anti-gang initiative.
April 01, 2012
The Sacramento Bee
About 10 minutes after 9 a.m. Friday, the No. 51 bus heading south on Stockton Boulevard barreled right pass the man waiting at the bus stop near 14th Avenue. Almost an hour after the morning rush, the buses along that heavily traversed route between downtown and the Florin Road mall were still overflowing, or nearly so.
March 16, 2012
District 5 youth leaders hosted a forum Thursday at Sacramento High School to discuss student concerns about bus transit issues, including frequency of key bus routes during student commute times and improved safety on buses and at bus stops.
March 15, 2012
THE SACRAMENTO BEE
Students from four Sacramento high schools received some encouragement today that their transportation needs will be taken to heart by school district and Regional Transit officials.
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