Description of the Sacramento Strong Mayor Initiative – Measure A (aka The Mayoral Accountability and Community Act of 2020). On November 3, 2020, Sacramentans will vote on Measure A. Measure A will significantly amend the City of Sacramento City Charter. Given the importance of Measure A, voters will want to do their homework and make […]
Terry McHale, a partner in the lobbying firm of Aaron Read & Associates, has penned a play about Gray Davis – titled Gray. Earlier this week, on Monday evening, I attended the staged reading of Gray by members of the B Street Theatre Company. Attendance was complementary as were the drinks and nibbles. The description […]
On Saturday, January 21, I joined the approximately 20,000+ women, men, and children who marched from Southside Park to the State Capitol during the Sacramento Women’s March. Given the population of Sacramento, 20,000+ marchers was more than respectable. I decided to park at the City Hall parking lot at 10th & I, and reserved a […]
(Last UPDATED 12/1/18) Recently the California General Election Official Voter Information Guide landed in my mailbox – all 224 pages. Yikes! I bet you pretty much had the same reaction when you received your Voter Information Guide in the mail. Almost all of the 224 pages are devoted to the 17 state initiatives on the […]
Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law the Lower American River Conservancy Program, Chapter 375 (AB 1716/McCarty). You might ask – what is the significance of this bill being signed into law?