The Steinberg Review September 15 - September 21
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
Sacramento State officially opened its downtown satellite campus Tuesday, Aug. 28, with a ceremony attended by President Robert Nelsen, students, faculty and elected officials including Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg.
Hundreds of families in the Sacramento region gathered at Southside Park in downtown Sacramento Sunday for a Latin American Independence Celebration. The free festival featured a variety of food, live music, and dance performances from different Latin cultures.
The Sacramento Bee: Sacramento, West Sacramento aim to eliminate carbon emissions by 2045
The mayors of Sacramento and West Sacramento announced Tuesday they are forming a joint commission that will look at ways the two cities can cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2045. The commission, which will be led by retired CalPERS chief Anne Stausboll, will provide suggestions to the two cities on how to eliminate carbon emissions and have homes and businesses rely on clean energy.
Three Sacramento micro-manufacturing startups are competing for a $50,000 prize. It’s part of the second annual "Making Your Mark" competition hosted by local business nonprofit organization Power Inn Alliance. The three businesses made their final pitches to judges on Thursday. Judges will announce the winner on National Manufacturing Day, Oct. 5.