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EcoHousing Project Unanimously Approved

Posted: 4/24/2015

Residents Gather to Survey EcoHousing Project Property
Future and prospective residents tour the property at the site of the future Fair Oak EcoHousing project which was unanimously approved by the Sacramento County Planning Commission.
Photo courtesy of Fair Oaks EcoHousing

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - Fair Oaks EcoHousing, a new cohousing community of 30 homes, was unanimously approved by the Sacramento County Planning Commission on April 13th by a vote of 4-0. Not one individual showed up to object to the project. Commissioner Eric Guerra called it “a wonderful neighborhood that will raise the quality of life in Sacramento County.” This is the first time cohousing will be available in the Sacramento suburbs.

This environmentally friendly infill project is sponsored by a group of 11 local households, who are all investors as well as future residents. The project had previously received unanimous approval from the Fair Oaks Community Planning Council (CPAC) and “enthusiastic, unanimous approval” from the Sacramento County Design Review Advisory Committee (DRAC) in September 2014.

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I Didn’t Pay My Taxes… Now What?

Posted: 4/24/2015

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - Many of us dread April 15th. If we haven’t paid our taxes, we dread April 16th even more—the first day you owe arguably one of the most powerful collection companies in the world: the IRS. Until April 16th, it was a worry in the back of our minds. Now it is reality. For whatever reason, you didn’t pay your taxes in full or at all. You wake up the morning of the 16th with a gut-wrenching feeling, not knowing what to do. You’re not alone with this feeling. According to the IRS, just over 9 million Americans had delinquent tax accounts in fiscal year 2013.

Not only does the IRS charge penalties and interest, they also have the ability to reach into your bank account, drain your liquid assets, and take a portion of your paycheck until your debt is paid in full. What do you do?

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Tim Russ and a Graphic of the Show's Title
“It’s an exciting, edgy, dark crime thriller with fascinating characters and a lot of twists and turns. The writing team is all from the Sacramento area, and they did a great job with the script. I’m thrilled to be bringing it to life,” said Director Tim Russ.
Image courtesy of Tim Russ and Jason F. Knittles

Tim Russ to Direct Local Film

Our Goal Ultimately Is to Actually Show That There Is a Capacity Within the Filmmaking Community of Northern California to Create Film Projects

By Ben Barber
Posted: 4/17/2015

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - For a state that is known worldwide for the entertainment industry, one might think that the Capital would be full of the hustle and bustle of filmmakers as they race the setting sun to complete their last shots of the day. Unfortunately, the contrary is true: filmmaking in Sacramento is quite the challenge. With no established infrastructure, finding local cast and crew can be a challenge, not to mention the arduous task of fundraising. This is one challenge a local project hopes to take head on.

The project is called “RELLIK” (Killer in reverse), a revolutionary new crime thriller that hopes to grow into a regularly produced series here in Sacramento. Executive Producer (EP) and spokesperson for the project, Craig DeLuz, is optimistic about the film’s success. He explains how creator and EP Jason F. Knittle and writers and EPs Brian Jagger and Gwenn Conklin came together.

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California Requests Permits to Construct Salinity Barriers, Invites Public Comment

Posted: 4/17/2015

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District will evaluate a California Department of Water Resources (DWR) permit application required to construct three temporary salinity barriers in waters of the California Delta.

The public is invited to review the DWR request and submit comments by April 22nd, 2015.

The proposed project would place dredged or fill material into approximately 4.81 acres (0.75 acre permanent and 3.15 acres temporary) of Delta waterways.

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Two Lovely Ladies With Bottles of Wine
Bring your appetite, and a friend or two, and join the Carmichael community as you savor the best of local flavor—the Taste of Carmichael!
Photos courtesy of Carmichael Kiwanis

Come Savor the Taste of Carmichael

Posted: 4/10/2015

CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) - It’s that time again! Come experience the best Carmichael has to offer at the 13th annual Taste of Carmichael.

Ticket holders can sample food from dozens of American and ethnic restaurants, bakeries, and markets throughout the evening. Valley and foothill wineries and breweries will be on hand to pour you their latest vintages and drafts. There will also be live music and new and vintage cars on display.

Come prepared to win! There will be a number of raffles and a silent auction, so you’ll want to bid or buy tickets. Many local businesses and non-profit groups will be represented; just look for the friendly faces and informational flyers among the booths.

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LeAnn Rimes
When asked what the audience can expect from her live performance, Rimes explained that her concerts are like an intimate one-on-one conversation with her as an artist. She looks at each performance as a way of storytelling: “I’m an open book through my music,” she said.
Photos by Sara Hertel

LeAnn Rimes Brings Country to the Capital City

By Shaunna Boyd
Posted: 4/10/2015

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - On Saturday, April 25th at 2:30 p.m., LeAnn Rimes will be performing at Bonney Field, 1600 Exposition Boulevard, Sacramento, CA. Special guests will include Neal McCoy, Kellie Pickler, Phil Vassar, Kristian Bush, and Keith Anderson.

When asked what the audience can expect from her live performance, Rimes explained that her concerts are like an intimate one-on-one conversation with her as an artist. She looks at each performance as a way of storytelling: “I’m an open book through my music,” she said. Rimes used to follow a set list, but now she enjoys playing off the crowd. She connects with the audience and they get to know her personally through her music. Rimes has a great love of all types of music and admires the work of many artists: “I cover Janis Joplin’s version of Summertime, and that’s probably one of my favorite songs to perform live.”

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Raley and Gallo Honored for Community Support

Posted: 4/3/2015

Joyce Teel, Jim Teel, and Michael Teel
Pictured here (left to right) at the CGA Educational Foundation Hall of Achievement 2015 Award Dinner induction ceremony are Joyce Teel; Jim Teel; and Michael Teel, Chief Executive Officer of Raley’s Family of Fine Foods.
Photo by Riverview Media Photography/ Tia Gemmell

SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - California Grocers Association (CGA) Educational Foundation Hall of Achievement 2015 Award Dinner inducted Joyce and Jim Raley Teel and Joseph Gallo, on behalf of E. & J. Gallo Winery, for their lifelong commitment to the grocery industry and their unwavering support of the communities they serve. More than 700 people attended the event held on March 26th to recognize and honor the recipients.

The Foundation’s Hall of Achievement was created in 1992, and recognizes grocery retailers and suppliers who have contributed substantially to the advancement of the grocery industry. Well-wishers from throughout the industry were on hand to recognize Joyce and Jim Raley Teel and Joseph Gallo for their contributions to the California food industry.

The Hall of Achievement provides the food industry with the opportunity to recognize the achievements of those individuals who, through their foresight and dedication, have enhanced California’s food distribution industry. They are people who have made a difference. The CGA Educational Foundation was created under the direction of the CGA Board of Directors in 1992. Its mission is to provide financial assistance to advance the educational goals of CGA member company employees and their dependents and offer educational programs to advance the grocery industry.

Source: Raley’s


My Heart, My Life

Posted: 3/27/2015


Job Forecast Bright for Sacramento’s HIREvent

Posted: 3/27/2015


SMUD Invites You to Attend the 2015 Rancho Seco Trout Derby

Posted: 3/20/2015


Nature Organization Named Non–Profit of the Year

ARNHA Saved Carmichael’s Beloved Nature Center

By Susan Maxwell Skinner
Posted: 3/20/2015


Newly Planted Trees Will Beautify County Landfill and Provide Habitat

Posted: 3/13/2015


State Senate Honors Women’s Club for Tree Project

By Elise Spleiss
Posted: 3/13/2015


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