As a member of the Sacramento City Council, I write in opposition to AB 257, the “Fast Food Accountability and Standards (FAST) Recovery Act,” which imposes a 20 percent tax on restaurant food and will economically harm low-income Sacramento residents.
Councilmembers Sean Loloee and Jeff Harris both expressed vocal support for the department’s continued use of tear gas, especially given last year’s passage of AB48, which prevents the use of tear gas and chemical agents until after de-escalation tactics have been...
Please join the Office of Councilmember Sean Loloee and the North Sacramento Community for a Christmas Celebration like none other before! This is a family friendly event and there is something for everyone! Registration is not required but is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. The...
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the people in our lives who lift us up when we’re down and cheer us on when we’re on a roll.
Last night, the Sacramento City Council deliberated on a Right to Housing Ordinance proposed by the mayor.
As Sacramento City Councilman Sean Loloee drove along South Avenue nearing Grant Union High School, he pointed to a small, deteriorating apartment building.
City Councilman Sean Loloee tells KFBK News Radio that drug cartels are running local homeless camps.
Good Day Sacramento: Trunk Or Treat Event Helps Bring Sacramento Community Together After Tragic Shooting
From superheroes to Star Wars, dozens of kids dressed in their favorite costumes and families celebrated an early Halloween at Mama Marks Park.
A developer has filed plans with the city of Sacramento to build a large housing development in North Sacramento.