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Oct. 4 is Clean Air Day. Here’s what that means
Each year, organizations recognize “Clean Air Day,” a statewide day of action to address community health concerns related to air quality. This Wednesday, Oct. 4, learn about things you can do an...
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From Citrus Heights Messenger...
New Patriotic Event Coming to Citrus Heights
Citrus Heights will hold its first Stars and Stripes Celebration on July 1. It will include a fireworks show, food, and entertainment for the whole family. There will also be a Kids Zone.
From American River Messenger...
Big Day of Service is Back
The Big Day of Service is back and happening in Fair Oaks and Orangevale on May 6. With over 50 community service projects scheduled, there are opportunties for individuals of all ages and abilities to participate and help give their community a boost.
Zoning laws determine what can be built and where. These laws have shaped California, but are they really just tools for social engineering? The history of zoning is closely tied to racial segregation, as well as the state's shortage of …
A new interpretation of an old law gives homebuilders leverage over California cities and their zoning codes. They’re using it to push through thousands of new apartments around the state.
California lawmakers are exploring ways to reconnect urban neighborhoods torn asunder during the interstate highway construction boom of the 1950s and ’60s.
After hitting pause during the Covid-19 pandemic, city officials are once again trying to revitalize the popular but aging Old Sacramento Waterfront.
In which we ponder how to make things better in a climate of no.
Where is Sacramento’s Black Wall Street? Which park was named after LeVar Burton? Find out on SacObserver.com.
The short-term or ‘vacation’ rental industry spawns hundreds of horror stories and damages the housing market, but governments struggle with how to bring it under control.
Two controversial bills finally pass, opening up at least the possibility that single-family lots could be used to provide more housing options.
A pandemic-fueled real estate boom has exploded in the Tahoe-Truckee region. Mountain Housing Council is working to ensure that locals can keep their own little slices of heaven.
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