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  • Can Sacramento Republic FC prove Phil Jackson wrong?
    Can Sacramento Republic FC prove Phil Jackson wrong? Halfway through the 2019-2020 NBA season, the Sacramento Kings by any realistic standard are eliminated from the playoffs. This should come as no surprise given their zero and six start.
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  • Construction pro discusses Elk Grove's District 56 lawsuit
    Construction pro discusses Elk Grove's District 56 lawsuit The district 56 aquatics center has become something of a sore point for the for the city of Elk Grove. Since its earliest planning stages, the project has been problematic. The facility was over budget and open one year late. We have a discussion with David Anderson who is speaking out on Big B’s behalf. In our conversation David Anderson asserts among other things that the city council is not being told the whole story.
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  • Ya Gotta be Schmittin' Me - Trust Us
    Ya Gotta be Schmittin' Me - Trust Us I was born the very day Harry Truman was elected president of the United States. Since my birth, the United States government has sent our military into conflicts 14 times.
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  • The Hume Barometer
    The Hume Barometer The January 8th Elk Grove City council meeting was one for the ages. Highlighting this meeting were false statements from the city council’s dean, Pat Hume.
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  • Battle looming between Southeast Connector JPA vs. STA?
    Battle looming between Southeast Connector JPA vs. STA? One of the more interesting measures that may show up on the November 2020 ballot for Sacramento County voters is a proposed sales tax increase from the Sacramento Transportation Authority to fund a yet undecided number of countywide transportation projects. Getting voter approval might be as tough as building a consensus between urban and suburban stakeholders just to get the measure on the ballot.
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  • Pulling the threads that unravels?
    Pulling the threads that unravels? Elk Grove’s District 56 is off to a rough start. Last year the aquatics center opened one year late and over budget. Then on Christmas eve – the city’s new holiday tree went dark.
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  • Discussion on Sacramento City Unified Audit Findings
    Discussion on Sacramento City Unified Audit Findings In December the California state auditor released a report on the Sacramento City Unified School District finances. The audit painted a bleak picture. In this edition, we have a discussion with Kevin Dayton about the findings of that audits and some of his recommendations beyond just belt-tightening on what could resolve and advert some of the problems the district is dealing with. Based in Monterey, California, Dayton is a policy and political consultant with 23 years of experience dealing with issues related to construction and development. Dayton can be followed on Twitter at @DaytonPubPolicy. This interview was recorded on Skype on December 31, 2019
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  • Good deeds are best done in silence
    Good deeds are best done in silence As the 2019 Holiday season winds down, it is always worth noting this is the time of year when charitable giving reaches its peak. But have some approach it inappropriately.
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  • Celebrate Winter Solstice!
    Celebrate Winter Solstice! Today, roughly, is Winter Solstice, the shortest daylight of the year. This is the day when mother earth tilts furthest away from the sun in the northern hemisphere. For all us remaining Druids, Celts and assorted pagans, this a day of celebration.
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  • Can rezoning help balance Elk Grove's affordable housing?
    Can rezoning help balance Elk Grove's affordable housing? Like many communities in California, Elk Grove is facing a tight housing market, and like many urban centers, homelessness is on the rise. And like many Californians, Elk Grove residents express concern about helping the homelessness, but just not in their neighborhood. On Sunday, December 8, 2019, this and other topics were discussed in a meeting hosted by Elk Grove Councilmember Stephanie Nguyen on a proposed development along Bruceville Road in District 4. In this edition of Elk Grove News Podcasts, we will look at one idea for a more even distribution of affordable and permanent supportive housing in Elk Grove, and attempt to answer the question, is it even possible?
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