Stakeholder Meeting for the Downtown Specific Plan

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Hacker Lab, 1715 I St, Sacramento, CA 95811
 
The City of Sacramento is developing the Downtown Specific Plan.
 
The plan will focus primarily on:
 
  *  Identifying and evaluating a number of urban infill sites within the project area
  *  Removing barriers to housing development by streamlining the development and environmental review process
  *  Incentivizing Transit-Oriented Development throughout the Central City, including along the streetcar corridor
  *  Maintaining and improving the quality of life for Central City residents, and furthering neighborhood livability by including additional amenities and housing opportunities
 
The project team is hosting a focus group meeting to discuss community amenities, historic preservation, arts and culture, and public health as they relate to increasing Downtown’s housing supply. Take part in developing the plan, and find out the results of a recent community survey.
 
Please RSVP by March 24th by responding to Salvador Ramirez at sramirez [at] aimconsultingco [dot] com or calling 916-442-1168.  If you have any questions regarding this meeting, please contact Gladys Cornell at gcornell [at] aimconsultingco [dot] com or at 916-442-1168.
 
For more information about the Downtown Specific Plan, please visit www.DowntownSpecificPlan.com
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Sacramento tomato tycoon beats state pollution regulators

By Dale Kasler

March 14, 2017

The Sacramento Bee

Chris Rufer, a Sacramento-area tomato tycoon who loves battling government, has won his fight with California regulators over a major water pollution fine.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/business/article138433523.html#storylink=cpy


Kasler, Dale. “Sacramento tomato tycoon beats state pollution regulators.” Sacbee. N.p., 14 Mar. 2017. Web. 14 Mar. 2017.

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Business park proposed for acreage south of downtown Woodland

By Mark Glover

March 14, 2017

The Sacramento Bee

A development group has submitted a proposal for a 351-acre project anchored by a research and technology business park south of downtown Woodland.

The Woodland Research and Technology Group’s proposal for the area bordering the eastern edge of Highway 113 also includes mixed-use neighborhoods. The group calls the proposal is a good fit with the city of Woodland’s general plan.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/business/article138465403.html#storylink=cpy


Glover, Mark. “Business park proposed for acreage south of downtown Woodland.” Sacbee. N.p., 14 Mar. 2017. Web. 14 Mar. 2017.

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