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Dennis Prager to Speak April 4 in Sacramento

Dennis Prager to Speak April 4 in Sacramento

Dennis Prager, one of the nation’s foremost radio talk show hosts and political commentators, will be speaking on Monday, April 4 at the Temple Or Rishon in Orangevale.

Prager is best-noted for his conservative political and social views emanating from Judeo-Christian values. He has lectured on all seven continents, in 45 U.S. states, and in nine of Canada's 10 provinces. Prager covers a variety of topics, from political issues to morality and religion. A skilled linguist, Prager has lectured in Russian in Russia, and in Hebrew in Israel.

The “Dennis Prager Show” is a highly popular, nationally syndicated radio talk show that airs live on KRLA AM 870 in Los Angeles. He began broadcasting on KRLA in 1982 and his show became nationally syndicated in 1999 and can now be heard on approximately 75 stations nationwide.

The “Dennis Prager Show” airs locally on Sacramento radio station KTKZ AM 1380, from 9 a.m.

Women's groups to protest outside Rep. Lungren's Gold River office over heath cuts

Women's groups to protest outside Rep. Lungren's Gold River office over heath cuts

NARAL, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, ACOG, and other women’s organizations will rally outside Representative Dan Lungren's office next Tuesday to protest his support of the anti-choice agenda on Capitol Hill, specifically HR3 and HR358.

All are welcome! 

WHAT: Rally outside of Rep. Dan Lungren’s District Office
WHEN: Tuesday, February 15th at 11am
WHERE: 2339 Gold Meadow Way, Gold River, CA 95670
RSVP: sacramentopa@ppmarmonte.org

Rancho Cordova luncheon with Mayor McGarvey

Join the Cordova Community Council and Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce for "The Year Ahead" Rancho Cordova luncheon with Mayor Bob McGarvey.  

Mayor McGarvey will share his hopes and plans for the year ahead, while the Chamber tells us what it has in store for 2011, and the Cordova Community Council unveils another great year of community events. 

When: Friday, Jan. 21 from 11:30a.m.-1:00p.m. 
Where: American River Room
            Rancho Cordova City Hall
            2729 Prospect Park Drive

Lunch is $12 for members, $15 for non-members.
 
To RSVP, contact Shelly Blanchard, Cordova Community Council Executive Director, at shelly@cordovacouncil.org or call 273-5704.

Folsom City Council votes on inclusionary housing change

The Folsom’s City Council are meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 25, for a second reading regarding the elimination of the existing Inclusionary Housing Ordinance (Chapter 17.104 of the Folsom Municipal Code).  That ordinance provides that all development projects of more than 10 units set aside 15 percent of their units as affordable; 10 percent to very low-income households, five percent to low-income households.   

Information and options regarding the ordinance were first presented to the Council on Nov.