The Steinberg Review October 20 – October 26
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
Make-A-Wish makes boy’s ghost-battling wish come true. London received the key to the city after his successful morning of ghostbusting. "In a very tough world, where there's a lot to be sad about, here's something to be real happy about," Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said.
The City of Sacramento held a community meeting on Monday evening about the C3 Project, the multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion of the convention center, Memorial Auditorium and Community Center Theater.
Project managers briefed the public on where the project stands now and what’s coming next.
The Sacramento Bee: 15 spooky events that will send shivers down your spine around Sacramento
Looking for ways to have a spooky weekend without going trick or treating in the neighborhood? Grab your broomsticks and fly out to one of these frightfully fun events in the Sacramento area.
The City of Sacramento is holding a competition to redesign the Riverwalk in Old Sacramento. The challenge is for firms or teams to participate in a qualifying round. Then five teams will be picked to generate imaginative concepts that will pump energy and ambiance into the waterfront and create a cultural urban experience. Participants will receive $10,000 each to design their concepts.
Sacramentans will soon be able to rent electric vehicles similar to the way they can now rent JUMP Bikes. "We are in fact becoming the center of electric vehicle technology. The center of alternative fuel technology," Sacramento's Mayor Darrell Steinberg told ABC10. "All of these futuristic ideas are actually being tested and implemented here in the capital city."