Some of Sacramento’s major assets have recently been christened with new names. SAFE Credit Union is putting its name on the Convention Center, currently under renovation. Golden 1 Credit Union put its brand on the Downtown arena. Sutter Heath is replacing Raley’s as the logo on the River Cats’ baseball stadium in West Sacramento.
When an organization buys long-term naming rights, it makes a commitment to the future. The purchase of naming rights is a business decision, but also a strategic move to build community support.
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She asked for a No Parking sign. City Councilmember Steve Hansen built a gate instead.
She lost access to her property. And the public lost a historic access point to the Sacramento River Parkway levee in Little Pocket.
Months after Inside Sacramento and retired attorney Jim Geary asked the city for documents relevant to Hansen’s new gate on Riverside Boulevard, important evidence has emerged.
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Jim Cooper is trying to save football. He might be too late.
Cooper, the state Assembly member from Elk Grove, carried legislation this year to make youth football probably not as safe as tennis, but safer than football has ever been.
Cooper’s handiwork, called Assembly Bill 1 or the “California Youth Football Act,” proved California is serious about protecting children who play in youth football leagues.