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Police budget hearing draws hundreds
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Police budget hearing draws hundreds

A dramatic scene unfolded at Sacramento City Hall on Tuesday evening as more than 160 employees gathered for a press conference to protest proposed layoffs in the Police Department. The staffers held...

County cuts could cause more layoffs
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County cuts could cause more layoffs

Sacramento County’s budget situation for the 2011/2012 fiscal year could be described by the grammatically incorrect but accurate phrase “less bad.” In other words, the county’s budget gap of $90...

Cuts to local children’s services
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Cuts to local children’s services

A Sacramento County commission that provides funding for local children’s services suffered severe cuts earlier this month. The First 5 Sacramento Commission cut $43.7 million from its budget May 2...

Guide to city budget hearings
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Guide to city budget hearings

Sacramento city officials have scheduled 10 public meetings on the city budget over the next seven weeks. The City Council is wrestling with a $39 million budget gap and is considering...

Intense city budget talks begin
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Intense city budget talks begin

Sacramento City Council members began discussions Tuesday on the city manager’s recommendation to cut as many as 366 jobs in the budget for the 2011/2012 fiscal year. One city union protested the...

City eyes 350 city jobs for cuts
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City eyes 350 city jobs for cuts

More than 350 jobs, including those of 80 sworn police officers, could be cut to balance the city’s budget, Interim City Manager Bill Edgar said Friday. The city manager’s office released...

Low-cost support for Natomas moms
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Low-cost support for Natomas moms

Participating in a family-centered activity group in Natomas helped Katie Rozental feel less isolated when she was a new mom. Rozental said she benefits from the Natomas Mothers’ Group, which offers...

City Council weighs in on safe ground
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City Council weighs in on safe ground

Should a group of homeless people be allowed to camp together in Sacramento without outside monitoring? Safe Ground Sacramento, a group of mostly homeless people, says it should have the right to be...

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