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Davis, California

Saturday, December 3, 2022

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Davis City Council, Planning Commission complete remaining discussions at second joint session

After their first joint session on June 28, the latest meeting offers resolutions on remaining commission concerns   By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL — city@theaggie.org   On Nov. 15,...

Popular Sacramento art exhibit extends its stay

Vincent van Gogh virtual exhibit to remain in Sacramento until January By LA RISSA VASQUEZ — city@theaggie.org “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” which is organized by...

City of Davis planning commission discusses reapproving D Street Gardens project

Following the expiration of a tentative plan, the planning commission decides whether it still meets site-improvement and environmental standards    By ANTHONY W. ZAMMIKIEL  — city@theaggie.org   On...

Davis Youth Softball Association and civil rights nonprofits settle with the city of Davis over Fair Play Act violations

A settlement between the associate and the city of Davis will provide new opportunities for girls’ youth sports   By MADELEINE YOUNG — city@theaggie.org   On Oct. 27,...

Davis community rallies in support of Davis Teachers Association amid ongoing contract negotiations

Residents gathered at the Davis Joint Unified School District meeting to demand better pay and benefits for teachers   By JILLIAN MARCH — city@theaggie.org   On Nov. 3,...

City of Davis sued by former city mayor and his wife over noisy playground equipment

Former Mayor Krovoza and his wife sue the city over Arroyo Park Sky Track equipment   By LA RISSA VASQUEZ — city@theaggie.org   On Oct. 17, the city...

Virtual Information Sessions held by Yolo County allow individuals to learn more about apprenticeship opportunities

Apprenticeships are focused on building trades and construction industries By SHRADDHA JHINGAN — city@theaggie.org   In a press release published on Feb. 28, Yolo County announced that...

Homeless Hiring Tax Credit passed in an effort to alleviate homelessness in California

Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill that will pay businesses to hire individuals experiencing homelessness By SOFIA BIREN — city@theaggie.org The Homeless Hiring Tax Credit (HHTC)...

‘Come together in solidarity right now’: Founder of Culture C.O.-O.P. Sandy Holman talks to The Aggie about racial justice education, activism

Holman hosts weekly discussions and “The Cost of Darkness” documentary viewings sponsored by the Yolo County Library By LEVI GOLDSTEIN — city@theaggie.org Activist, educator and author...

Highlights from this year’s Black History Month

The Davis community hosted an array of events celebrating Black History Month By CHRIS PONCE — city@theaggie.org As Black History Month comes to an end, the...

Polar Pedal program encourages elementary school students to walk, bike

Through the program, students can earn points toward adopting a polar bear for their school By SHRADDHA JHINGAN — city@theaggie.org On Jan. 28, the City of...

Yolo County sponsors weekly virtual discussions, screenings of documentary “The Cost of Darkness” hosted by activist Sandy Holman

Yolo County Library has hosted several events for Black History Month By LEVI GOLDSTEIN — city@theaggie.org During the month of February, which is Black History Month,...

Joe Bikes becoming prevalent around campus

The subscription bike service provides an alternate method of transportation for Davis students and community members  By RACHEL SHEY — city@theaggie.org Green and white Joe Bikes...

DiSC 2022 recommended for city council approval

Innovation Park may be heading to another vote  By RACHEL SHEY — city@theaggie.org On Jan. 12, the Davis Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend that the...

Sacramento County Board of Supervisors approves ordinance banning the sale of flavored tobacco products

Community discussion ensues surrounding public health benefits and potential repercussions for marginalized communities By LEVI GOLDSTEIN — city@theaggie.org On Jan. 11 and Jan. 25, the Sacramento...