East Sacramento Preservation Supports Sierra Curtis Park Neighborhood Association

Our neighbors to the south are battling to save the last 57 of the original 357 trees in the Curtis Park rail yard. Some of these last trees are more than 100 years old. Developers must respect the neighborhoods. Old growth trees are part of our heritage and character and can be incorporated into new development. Read the whole story in The Sacramento Press. Support Sierra Curtis Park Neighborhood Association by attending the City Hall Hearing, call the city to ask that the permit request be denied and contact SCNA for more information.

The City Hall Permit Hearing

Friday, January 21, 2011

8:30am, Old City Hall.

Michael Bledsoe, Chair, SCNA Neighborhood Concerns Committee, (916) 402-7066

Patrick Soluri, President, Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association, (916) 455-7300

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