The Steinberg Review October 27 – November 2
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
The Sacramento Bee: Let hate be a stranger, in Sacramento and the nation
Saturday, a man armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle and multiple handguns killed at least 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue where congregants were gathered to celebrate the birth of a child.
The Sacramento Business Journal: Jump Bikes service area to nearly double in Sacramento
Jump Bikes, the electric bicycle sharing service that launched in Sacramento about six months ago, will expand its service area from 14 to 25 square miles of the city.
The Sacramento Bee: City selects internationally well-known architect to replace I Street Bridge
The City of Sacramento has selected a lead architect for the new bridge over the Sacramento River. Officials selected San Francisco-based T.Y. Lin International for the project. The bridge will replace the I Street Bridge, which is more than 100 years old.
The Downtown Commons, or DOCO, is blossoming from blueprint to lifestyle center in Sacramento. There are 24 eateries and shops now open, and 10 of those opened in the past month, according to John Rinehart, president of business operations with the Sacramento Kings.
Eleven Sacramento apartment complexes will soon have shareable Volkswagen electric vehicles — the first benefit the state has received after the company was ordered to spend $800 million promoting EVs as part of a settlement for its 2015 emission scandal.
This week's announcement by US Foods that it plans to build a $72 million distribution center at McClellan Park in Sacramento was a long time in coming. US Foods actually bought the 35 acre property in McClellan about seven years ago.