Sacramento Taxpayers Opposed to Pork, and Voters for a Fair Arena Deal filed a lawsuit Wednesday Jan. 28, against the city of Sacramento, to put the use of public subsidies for a new basketball arena to a public vote.
Yes, America's newest star at the Sochi Games is a self-confessed, proud Tahoe hippie, who spent the night before perhaps the biggest rides of her life doing yoga, burning sage and journaling in her Olympic Village dorm room.
CEDAC's Regulatory Reform committee is also subject to the Brown Act — unless it’s not! The committee's primary task is to reduce Red Tape in county government operations, is itself at risk of becoming slowed down by the morass of government red tape. Many government leaders and cognoscenti recognize the groups effectiveness and worry that additional restrictions will limit the effectiveness and participation. Some claim the Regulatory Reform committee has been targeted because of its effectiveness and the goal of detractors is to inhibit the group.
Kathye Russell, Business Alliance Newsletter | Feb 9 2014
Local activists who live in areas with existing infrastructure predominantly along Highway 50 are trying to push the growth away from their own property and back out into the rural lands. When individuals make themselves public representatives by running for office or running countywide voter initiatives, we must examine all aspects that drive them.