Thursday, February 21st
6:00pm - 7:30pm
@ College Greens Swim & Racquet Club
2707 Notre Dame Drive
Please come share your thoughts with Councilmember McCarty.  City staff will be on hand to answer questions, as well as a representative from AT&T to discuss the on-going work in the neighborhood.
For more information, please call 808-7006
Doug Reynolds Real Estate - College Greens Glenbrook College Greens East - - Sacramento, Ca

From the Desk of Councilmember Kevin McCarty

Please join me for a College-Glen Town Hall meeting at theCollege Greens Swim and Racquet Club on Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. As I begin my third term, I look forward to talking with you about neighborhood, District 6 and City issues. City staff will be on hand to answer questions, as well as an AT&T representative to discuss the on-going work being done in the neighborhood.
With an economic recovery on the horizon and the implementation of our sales-tax measure (Measure U), I look forward to restoring vital city services for our residents. Measure U passed in November with Sacramentans voting 64% - 36% for a temporary 1/2-cent sales tax to restore City services. The sales tax will expire automatically in six years and includes an independent annual financial audit and a citizen oversight committee. Measure U will be used to restore police and fire services, park maintenance, gang and youth violence prevention, swimming pools, youth services, senior services, libraries, and other essential services that have been cut over the last five years. As it is estimated that the sales-tax measure will raise approximately $28 million per year, the City Council has already begun the process of analyzing all of its liabilities, capital investments and priorities. In January and February, the Council will be examining the Measure U principles and budget priorities. In May and June, the Council will hold a series of public budget hearings and finalize their spending plan. Please feel free to contact me with any ideas or feedback regarding this process.
clear skies,
Doug Reynolds