State again taps Trump border wall company for COVID-19 staffing amid omicron. A homelessness Point-in-Time Count is taking place for the first time since the pandemic. Sacramento discusses “active transportation” goals for 2045 carbon neutrality.
- CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd shares his reporting on another no-bid contract between the state of California and a company that helped build the border wall under the Trump administration.
- Sacramento Steps Forward CEO Lisa Bates, the lead regional agency that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals, discusses the upcoming 2022 Point-In-Time Count, which is a volunteer-based canvass of the unsheltered homelessness community.
- Chair of Mayors' Commission on Climate Change Anne Stausboll discusses the importance of active transportation ahead of the Sacramento City Council meeting, which has a workshop on climate and transportation.