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River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
Organizations representing crime victims and the LGBTQ community make the case that when 95% of all incidents at nightclubs are caused by 1% of patrons, small businesses should have access to I.D. technology that protects their patrons and employees from violent crime.
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At 3:45pm today, listen to the "John McGinness Show." A Sacramento nightclub and restaurant owner will be discussing the importance of having access to ID scanning technology that helps protect patrons and employees.
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
Congratulations Recycling Industries! On Tuesday night, the Yuba City City Council unanimously approved their application to expand their Yuba City facility into a transfer station.
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
RCC just launch a project page for their clients Evergreen Sierra East and Cresleigh Homes. The website introduces a mixed use housing development project proposed for Rocklin, California.

Link - http://rocklincollegepark.com/
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
The Appeal Democrat reports good news for a River City Communications client.

"There’s been an ongoing dispute between a group of concerned citizens and Recycling Industries over the company’s plans to expand its facilities in south Yuba City, but the two groups recently established a middle ground, making way for the project to move forward – but with certain conditions.

Yuba City City Council members unanimously decided to move forward with the process at an appeal hearing on Tuesday night, ultimately directing staff to prepare an updated resolution that reflects the consensus agreed upon by attorneys for both Recycling Industries and the Stop the Dump group," reports the Yuba City newspaper.
River City Communications: Public Affairs
River City Communications: Public Affairs
Check out the newest attraction at the Palladio in Folsom!