Kaiser Permanente filed plans Nov. 20 to expand the emergency
department at its South Sacramento hospital, and if you’re
looking for a reason why, consider that the number of Medi-Cal
enrollees who sought care there more than doubled between 2012
and 2017. (EN Digest)
Sacramento’s Meadowview neighborhood was quiet on Wednesday at
8:30 a.m. There were few cars on the road and almost no one on
the sidewalks. The local Walk to Thrive club controlled the
streets, briskly making its way down 24th Street.
The only hint of trouble was the silver graffiti spray painted on
a public restroom at Meadowview Park. “Look at that graffiti;
that’s horrible,” said Phyllis Lusan, 59, who lives nearby in
Valley Hi, as the group of about 20 circled the park.
“That’s gang stuff,” Lusan said. (The Sacramento Bee)
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