The City of Sacramento’s Neighborhood Services Division will host a Community Partnership Meeting tonight from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at the South Natomas Community Center.
Photo from: City of Sacramento – Solid Waste & Recycling
The official meeting begins at 6:30pm and will focus on the following topics:
- Measure M (Charter Commission)
- Measure T (To containerize or not containerize…)
- Planning & Development Code Update
- Youth & Gang Strategic Plan
- Neighborhood Watch Programs
Both Measure M and Measure T are on the upcoming November 6, 2012 ballot. Smart Voter by the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund describes both measures in short:
Measure M – Elected Charter Commission: Shall a charter commission be elected to propose a new charter or to revise the charter?
Measure T – Deposit and Collection of Yard and Garden Refuse: Relating to the deposit and collection of yard and garden refuse in the City of Sacramento “Shall the ordinance enacted by voter approval of Measure A at the City of Sacramento municipal election on September 27, 1977 be repealed, which would then allow the Sacramento City Council to require yard and garden refuse to be placed into containers for collection?”
Neighborhood Services staff will be available at 6:00pm to assist with neighborhood questions, concerns, and chronic issues. Call 916-808-6709 for more information.