By County Supervisor Sue Frost The last board meeting of the year has come and gone, and I have officially completed my first year as your County Supervisor. During the year I made it a point to write an opinion piece every month – some of them were to explain how and why I voted the [...]
By County Supervisor Sue Frost It is a difficult time to be a police officer in the United States. While it may or may not be fair, incidents across the country have left many people feeling deeply negative towards how officers handle difficult situations. In response, many departments are equipping their officers with body cameras. I [...]
Today marks the first day of the Sacramento County Department of Transportation’s (SACDOT) bi-annual Pothole Sweeps week where crews will be hitting the streets to make repairs to ready road surfaces for the storm season. Pothole Sweeps Week is an intensified effort to smooth our streets and provide preventative maintenance activities for unincorporated area roadways. SACDOT is [...]
The Sacramento County Department of Transportation (SACDOT) has its sights set on a long list of road improvement projects in the 2017-18 fiscal year. With the passage of Senate Bill 1 (SB1), SACDOT was awarded $7.3 million from the State to fund two dozen maintenance, road and bridge rehabilitation, safety and complete street projects throughout the unincorporated area. SB1, also [...]
By County Supervisor Sue Frost Homelessness is on the rise in Rio Lind/Elverta, and Sacramento County in general. The issue is evident just by keeping your eyes peeled while taking a short drive in any direction. Not to mention it being constantly talked about in public meetings, newspapers, radio, and the dinner table. The reasons for [...]
County Holiday Office Closure – October 9th In observance of Columbus Day, most Sacramento County offices will be closed on Monday, October 9. Garbage service, as well as all emergency services will continue. All offices will return to their normal business hours on Tuesday, October 10.