Archive: November 2016

Retiring Council Member Bill Kristoff Recognized for Service

Bill Kristoff was honored with a proclamation and ceremonial gavel at his last City Council meeting Wednesday evening. He also received a standing ovation for his 30 years of service to the City. Earlier in the day, Mr. Kristoff received … Continue reading »

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Kings Pre-Game at West Sacramento Yolobus Transit Center

The Yolobus Transit Center in front of the West Sacramento Community Center, located on 1075 West Capitol Avenue, will host a lively pre-game event filled with fun and games before Friday’s Kings game against the Clippers. There will be basketball … Continue reading »

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City Prepares for Leafy Fall Season

The City of West Sacramento’s Public Works department is stepping up its sweeping runs to keep all gutters and storm drains clear during this heavy leaf drop season. Residents can do their part: Place leaves in your yard waste cart. … Continue reading »

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Solar Panel Installation Project

The City’s Solar Panel installation project is now complete. It included adding alternative power sources on four different properties. The total project cost was roughly 3 million dollars, and the net savings over 25 years is projected to be 4.5 million … Continue reading »

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City Hall Closed for Veterans Day

City offices will be closed in observance of Veterans Day, Friday November 11th. City services of the Police and Fire Departments will continue without interruption. No public meetings are scheduled during the closure period. Curbside services, such as trash, recycling … Continue reading »

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Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees in W. Sacramento

The Trees for Tomorrow program is looking for volunteers to help to plant trees in West Sacramento on November 30 from 9 am to Noon. Keeping communities clean, green and cool is what Tree Davis is all about. Their goal … Continue reading »

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West Sacramento Election Results

Beverly “Babs” Sandeen and Quirina Orozco were elected to the West Sacramento City Council. Mayor Christopher Cabaldon was re-elected and ran unopposed. Measure E  passed. Jackie Thu-Huoung Wong, Alicia Cruz, and Coby Pizzotti were elected to the Washington Unified School Board. … Continue reading »

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November-2016 Election Voter Guide

The League of Women Voters is out with an easy to understand breakdown of the state-wide ballot. Find it here. Also, please find local election information for contests in West Sacramento and Yolo County here.  

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