Monthly Archives: February 2010

Rehab & Repair Resources for Older Structures

History – The Sacramento Old City Association (SOCA) was born in 1972. Pioneering downtown homeowners banded together and formed SOCA, and because of their efforts, many of the city’s historic homes and civic landmarks have been saved. SOCA is an … Continue reading

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Letters to Elected Officials & Policy Makers

If you have a question or comment for our Sacramento area elected officials, you can get a lot done with a letter. Our Sacramento area elected officials really do carefully read and consider letters from citizens. in late 2009, SOCA … Continue reading

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2012 Board of Directors

PRESIDENT – William Burg PAST PRESIDENT – Linda Whitney TREASURER – Jennifer Stanley BOARD MEMBERS At-Large Sean DeCourcy Vivian Gerlach Meg Glynn Kathleen Green Guy Guarige Jon Marshack Luis Sumpter Vickie Valine

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Preservation Groups Share Information, Welcome Guests

Sacramento’s Preservation Roundtable is a quarterly gathering of local history and historic preservation organizations, intended to share current information on local preservation topics, public policy, events, and plans in progress. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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Endangered Structures Listed as “Fainted Ladies”

A number of endangered structures will appear on Sacramento’s “Fainted Ladies List.”  The SOCA board is working to revitalize this program.  Neighborhood Associations are encouraged to name three structures in their area that are in need of repair. If possible, … Continue reading

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SMUD Building Named to the National Register of Historic Places

The Capital City Preservation Trust felt that the SMUD building was worthy of nomination to the National Register of Historic Places and contracted with architectural historian Carol Roland who did the research and wrote the nomination. SMUD administration agreed for … Continue reading

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2030 General Plan & Historic Preservation

The City of Sacramento is announcing that there will be an environmental review of its proposed new general plan. People interested in historic preservation will want to participate in this review which begins today, July 9, 2007 with the Notice … Continue reading

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