Monthly Archives: October 2007

Thanks for the Memories

One of Sacramento’s historic treasures, James Henley, is retiring but will, thankfully, continue providing us all with more knowledge about our heritage through his personal work, and the memories will continue. Take care Jim. Editorial: History in the makingBest wishes … Continue reading

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Del Paso & K Street

Major developer in Del Paso retrenching, and people wisely stay away from K Street, unless they have to be there. Bob Shallit: In slow market, builder departsBob Shallit – bshallit@sacbee.comPublished 12:00 am PDT Wednesday, October 31, 2007 When times get … Continue reading

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Arena Pro

This is right, we now have a real pro helping us cut a deal we can all be proud of, rather than the rather sad spectacle (of well-intentioned people way over their head down there in Vegas land) last time … Continue reading

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Sunken Boats

Hard to believe this is still a problem, but it is congruent with our local government’s general historic lack of concern about our two rivers and what they mean to our community. Old boats litter capital waterwaysBy Todd Milbourn – … Continue reading

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New Global Warming Report

A different perspective, but one well worth reading, from the National Geographic. Global Warming’s Long-Term Effect Uncertain, Study SaysMason Inmanfor National Geographic NewsOctober 25, 2007 How much Earth’s climate will change due to global warming is inherently unpredictable, a new … Continue reading

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Bad Year for Salmon

The salmon run looks very bad so far this year, but they could just be late. Central Valley salmon largely absent from fall run – but why?Jane Kay, Chronicle Environment WriterTuesday, October 30, 2007 This year’s Central Valley fall salmon … Continue reading

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Homelessness in LA

Serving as an object lesson for those of us struggling with the homeless issue in Sacramento and in particular, the values-free approach to homeless advocacy (which is really only a guarantee of further degradation), the situation in Los Angeles is … Continue reading

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