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Police launch “Safe and Secure” program

The West Sacramento Police Department is taking steps to make child custody exchanges and transactions between internet buyers and sellers a lot safer.

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Carol Garcia receives prestigious award from Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce

Carol Garcia receives prestigious award from Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce

Carol Garcia of Roseville was presented with the Peter McCuen Award for Civic Entrepreneurs at the 122nd annual Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce Business Awards dinner.

Garcia is a fifth generation Roseville resident who has solidified her roots in Roseville through decades of local volunteerism. She has served the City in a public capacity as well. Garcia was Mayor of Roseville from 2014 to 2016 and was a City Council member for 10 years. She recently joined the Sierra College Board of Trustees.

Garcia was born and raised in Roseville and has been involved in the banking industry for more than 35 years. She is currently Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Development for Community 1st Bank, which has locations in Roseville, Auburn and Sacramento.

Book sale at Turner Community Library January 28th & 29th

Join the West Sacramento Friends of the Library for a book sale being held at Arthur F. Turner Community Library.

Saturday 9-4 pm:

  • Hardcover books $1
  • Paperback books 50 cents
  • Children’s books 25 cents

Sunday 10-3 pm:

  • $4 per book bag (bags provided by Friends)

Sale includes books, special-priced books, CDs, DVDs and more!

For more information:

wsfol99@yahoo.com or 916-375-6465 (Ext.4)

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Railroad Museum encourages interested volunteers to attend special open house on January 14

Railroad Museum encourages interested volunteers to attend special open house on January 14

Fascinated by railroading history? Interested in working with trains? California State Parks, the California State Railroad Museum and Old Sacramento State Historic Park (SHP) are now recruiting adults (18 or older) who are interested in volunteering to help communicate the West’s fascinating heritage of railroading and the California Gold Rush. For those interested, a special, drop-in Volunteer Open House is scheduled for Saturday, January 14, 2017 from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Stanford Gallery located at 111 I Street in Old Sacramento (next door to the California State Railroad Museum).

West Sacramento receives awards for barn project and economic development

 

 

The City received the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council’s ( GSAC) inaugural “Paving the Way” award recognizing a public agency for “Exceptional Economic Development Results” at the GSAC annual dinner on December 7.  The City’s Business Assistance and Infrastructure Investment were cited in remarks by GSAC during the award presentation which was accepted by Mayor Christopher Cabaldon.

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The Gift of melody

The Gift of melody

Renovations of Mill St Pier have begun

Renovations on the historic Mill St. Pier in the City’s Bridge District are underway! In the 1930’s the pier was operated by National Rice Mills to support a milling facility, but has been unused in for many years due to safety issues.

 

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