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Sacramento, California USENET FAQ Part 3 of 6

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               The Sacramento, California USENET FAQ Part 3 of 6
            Frequently Asked Questions about Sacramento, California
                           (c) Copyright 1995 & 1996

                                       by

                             David F. Prenatt, Jr.
                              Internet Esquire(sm)
                                 P.O. Box 74632
                              Davis, CA 95617-5632

                     <http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/ >

                        <mailto:NetEsq@dcn.davis.ca.us >


The Sacramento, California USENET FAQ (Sacramento USENET FAQ) may be
comprised of more than one part.  If it is, please see the TABLE OF
CONTENTS in Part One for a complete list of the questions that I have
attempted to answer and for other important legal information.  Caveat
emptor:  I assume no obligation for anyone through the publication of the
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               The Sacramento, California USENET FAQ Part 3 of 6
            Frequently Asked Questions about Sacramento, California
               (c) Copyright 1995 & 1996 by David F. Prenatt, Jr.


3)  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LIVING IN SACRAMENTO.

     For more information about living in Sacramento, visit the various
     Sacramento Home Pages on the World Wide Web (note the plural):

          <http://www.sna.com/access/sacramento >

          <http://banzai.neosoft.com/citylink/sacramento/default.html >

          <http://www.sacto.org/ >


3.1)  HOUSING IN SACRAMENTO.

3.1.1)  Rental Housing. [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the Rent-One Online Apartment
     Rental Guide on the World Wide Web (<http://www.rent-one.com/ >) for a
     complete list of apartments for rent in the Sacramento area.

3.1.2)  Residential Real Estate. [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the Sacramento Real Estate
     Buyer's Guide on the World Wide Web (<http://www.sacweb.com/realty >)
     for information on residential real estate in the Sacramento area.

3.1.3)  Neighborhood Associations. [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the following URLs for
     information about Neighborhood Associations in the Sacramento area:

          Area 1 (<http://www.sacto.org/area1a.html>)

          Area 2 (<http://www.sacto.org/area2a.html>)

          Area 3 (<http://www.sacto.org/area3a.html>)

          Area 4 (<http://www.sacto.org/area4a.html>)

          Area 5 (<http://www.sacto.org/area5a.html>)


3.2)  COMMERCIAL SERVICES FOR SACRAMENTO RESIDENTS. [Rev]

     There are several shopping malls in Sacramento.  I have listed some of
     the larger ones here.

          *    Arden Fair, 1689 Arden Way (West of Interstate 80).

          *    Downtown Plaza (between 4th and 7th; J and L).

          *    Florin Mall, 6117 Florin Rd.

          *    Country Club Plaza.

          *    Sunrise Mall (Sunrise Blvd & Greenback Lane)


          For more information on commercial services for Sacramento
     residents, visit the following URLs:

          Where to Shop in Sacramento
          <http://banzai.neosoft.com/citylink/sacramento/sacshop.html >

          River City Small Business Chamber of Commerce
          <http://www.sactonet.org/ >

          Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
          <http://www.metrochamber.org/ >


3.3)  GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN SACRAMENTO.

     Please note that the subject matter of this section on government
     services in Sacramento overlaps with Section 4 which covers the topic
     of Politics in Sacramento.

3.3.1)  CITY GOVERNMENT SERVICES.

     For city government services not listed here, readers with a web
     browser may visit the Sacramento City Departments Home Page on the
     World Wide Web (<http://www.sacto.org/depts.html >).

3.3.1.1)  The Sacramento Police Department.

     The Sacramento Police Department has a Home Page on the World Wide Web
     (<http://www.quiknet.com/~spdcau/ >).  Information available includes
     crime statistics (using "clickable" maps), neighborhood crime alerts,
     reward information for wanted persons (with photos), crime prevention
     tips, home protection tips, a personal crime risk-assessment test,
     fraud prevention information, etc.  Near-future plans include
     providing most of the information in Spanish, more detailed listings
     of crime statistics (according to neighborhoods), etc.  For more
     information, contact Bill Taylor at the Crime Analysis Unit of the
     Sacramento Police Department (<mailto:spdcau@quiknet.com >).

3.3.1.2)  The Sacramento Court System.

     Readers with a web browser may visit the Sacramento Court System on
     the World Wide Web (<http://www.sna.com/courts/ >).  I highly
     recommend this URL to anyone who has official court business.

3.3.1.3)  Neighborhood Area Managers. [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the following URLs for
     information on Neighborhood Area Managers in Sacramento:

          Area 1 (<http://www.sacto.org/area1.html>)

          Area 2 (<http://www.sacto.org/area2.html>)

          Area 3 (<http://www.sacto.org/area3.html>)

          Area 4 (<http://www.sacto.org/area4.html>)

          Area 5 (<http://www.sacto.org/area5.html>)


3.3.1.4)  The Sacramento Public Library. [Rev]

     The Sacramento Public Library has over a dozen branches, with the main
     branch downtown at 828 I St, (916)440-5105.  Readers with a web
     browser may visit the Sacramento Public Library on the World Wide Web
     (<http://www.sna.com/saclib/ >).

3.3.2)  COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES.

3.3.2.1)  Voter Registration.

     For information on voter registration, contact the Sacramento
     Registrar of Voters at (916)366-2051

3.3.2.2)  [Miscellaneous sections currently under construction.]

3.3.3)  STATE GOVERNMENT SERVICES.

3.3.3.1)  Where is the Department of Motor Vehicles located in Sacramento
          and what are its hours of operation? [Rev]

     The following DMV field offices are open 8am-5pm Monday through Friday
     (until 6:30pm on Thursday).  Call for an appointment.

          Carmichael (916)574-2021     Florin Center (916)393-1837
          5209 North Ave               7226 Florin Mall Dr

          Folsom (916)983-0121         Sacramento (916)657-7669
          323 East Bidwell             4700 Broadway


3.3.3.2)  [Miscellaneous sections are currently under construction.]

3.3.4)  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES. [Rev]

     While Sacramento is the state capital of California, most of the
     federal government services for Sacramento are located in the San
     Francisco Bay Area or Washington D.C.  Sacramento's Eastern District
     Federal Court on the Capitol Mall (aka Camp Kazinski) is one notable
     exception.  For federal government services that are not listed in
     this section, check the phone book.  Readers with a web browser may
     visit the FedWorld Information Network Home Page on the World Wide Web
     (<http://www.fedworld.gov/ >).

3.3.4.1)  [Deleted]

3.3.4.2)  [Deleted]

3.4)  TRANSPORTATION IN SACRAMENTO.

3.4.1)  Regional Transit.

     Regional Transit provides a host of transportation options for local
     Sacramento commuters.  For more information, contact Regional Transit
     at (916)321-2877.

3.4.2)  Taxi and Limousine Services. [Rev]

     Given the choice between taxis and limousines in Sacramento, the price
     is about the same.  I strongly recommend that you check current
     pricing before calling for a taxi.  Flat rates are usually available
     to and from the Sacramento Municipal Airport.

          *    Shamrock AeroLimo Taxi (916)456-2222

          *    Yellow Cab (916)444-2222; TDD(916)444-9650

          *    DC Cab (916)923-2121; Greyhound Taxi (916)929-2121


3.4.3)  Are there any shuttle services for Sacramento commuters to distant
        outlying areas?

     Regional Transit (in cooperation with other transit companies)
     provides some of the most reliable and convenient shuttle services for
     Sacramento commuters.  For more information, contact Regional Transit
     at (916)321-2877.

3.5)  SACRAMENTO MEDIA.

3.5.1)  Radio and Television Stations. [Rev]

     Radio and television stations in Sacramento typically serve the
     Sacramento, Stockton, and Modesto areas.  In this section, I have
     listed those stations in the Sacramento area that maintain a presence
     on the Internet.  On occasion, Mike Ward (<mailto:mward@crl.com >)
     posts a list of Sacramento Radio and TV stations to sac.general
     (<news:sac.general >), generated from his World Wide Web Home Page
     (<http://www.crl.com/~mward/sacrlist.html >).  For information that is
     not listed here, please contact Mike Ward at the URLs listed above.

          Sacramento television stations/shows on the World Wide Web:

          *    KCRA TV Channel 3
               NBC Sacramento -- NBC Home Page (<http://www.nbc.com/ >)
               Channels 3 & 58 in Sacramento share personnel and
               broadcasting facilities, which tends to create a certain
               amount of confusion.

          *    KVIE TV Channel 6
               PBS Sacramento -- PBS ONLINE (<http://www.pbs.org/ >)
               The Corporation for Public Broadcasting Home Page
                    <http://sara.cpb.org >

          *    KXTV TV Channel 10 (<http://www.kxtv10.com/ >)
               ABC Sacramento
               E-mail (<mailto:kxtv@calweb.com >)

          *    KOVR TV Channel 13 (<http://www.kovr.com/ >)
               CBS Sacramento -- CBS Home Page (<http://www.cbs.com/ >)

          *    Community Cable Channels 17 & 18
               (<http://www.sna.com/access.html >).

          *    KTXL TV Channel 40
               Fox Sacramento
               Fox World Home Page (<http://www.foxworld.com/ >)

          *    KQCA TV Channel 58
               UPN Sacramento
               Paramount Home Page (<http://www.paramount.com/ >).
               Channels 3 & 58 in Sacramento share personnel and
               broadcasting facilities, which tends to create a certain
               amount of confusion.


          Sacramento radio stations on the World Wide Web:

          *    Cable Radio KCBL 88.7 & KRFS 89.9
               (<http://www.sna.com/access/cableradio.html >)

          *    KYMX (<http://www.kymx.com/ >)

          *    KGBY 92.5FM (<http://www.y92.com/ >)

          *    KRXQ 93.7FM (<http://www.93rock.com/ >)

          *    The Eagle/KSEG (<http://www.eagle.com/ >)
               E-mail (<mailto:eagle@prodigy.com >)

          *    KWOD 106.5 (<http://www.kwod.com/ >)

          *    KPBK 1530AM (<http://www.kfbk.com/ >)


          In San Francisco:

          *    KQED Channel (<http://www.kqed.org >)

          *    National Public Radio (<http://www.npr.org >)

          Broadcast television and radio in the Sacramento area are
     supplemented by Sacramento Cable.  For more information, contact
     Sacramento Cable at (916)927-5620.

3.5.2)  Newspapers and Magazines.

     The list below is far from exhaustive:

          *    The Sacramento Bee.
               <http://www.sna.com/sacbedit/index.html >

          *    Sacramento Magazine.

          *    The Sacramento News & Review:  This free weekly publication
               is a unique blend of commercialism and a free press.  Its
               format is similar to that of other free weekly publications
               in other major cities that share many of its syndicated
               cartoon strips and other special features.


3.6)  RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS IN SACRAMENTO.

     The only discussion that I have seen about religious and secular
     community organizations on the Sacramento USENET was that inspired by
     Joshua Lurie-Turrell's request for a recommendation for a local
     synagogue.  On September 20, 1995, Larry Hiner offered the following
     recommendation (Message-ID: <43q84u$cbq@news-e1a.megaweb.com>):

          There's a synagogue in South Land Park where I attended a
          friend's Bas Mitzvah (pardon any ignorant spelling errors on
          the part of this Roman Catholic).  From what I understand,
          they're a fairly moderate to progressive congregation, and I
          think it may be on or near a bus route -- it's very close to
          I-5.  I'm sorry I don't have the name, but this may provide
          a starting point for you.

     And on September 23, 1995, RH (rhoz@sna.com) queried in response to
     Mr. Lurie-Turrell (Message-ID: <4415a5$r13@tweety.sna.com>):

          Have you been to Cong. B'Nai Israel at 3600 Riverside Drive
          (near Land Park)? The few times I've been there I have
          enjoyed it.. people are very friendly to newcomers.

          They recently got a new rabbi who I don't know, but their
          old one was very active in the Sac. community too. I think
          he retired.

     As more information about other religious and secular community
     organizations in Sacramento becomes available to me via the USENET, I
     will include it here.

4)  POLITICS IN SACRAMENTO. [Rev]

     The City of Sacramento is located in Sacramento County and is the
     capital of the state of California; readers with a web browser may
     visit the Sacramento City Government Home Page on the World Wide Web
     (<http://www.sacto.org/govt.html >).  Like all of the other 58
     California counties, Sacramento is an administrative subdivision of
     the state government and is governed by a board of supervisors.  In
     addition to the city of Sacramento, the county of Sacramento contains
     the cities of Folsom (<http://www.maricle.com/folsom>), Galt, and
     Isleton.

4.1)  CITY GOVERNMENT.

     The cities of Sacramento and Folsom have a pluralistic political
     structure within the County of Sacramento.  For reasons that defy
     rational explanation, the City of West Sacramento is often considered
     a part of the County of Sacramento, but it is actually located in Yolo
     County, west of Sacramento County.  For more information about West
     Sacramento, see the Yolo County USENET FAQ; see Section 1.5 for
     information on how to obtain the Yolo County USENET FAQ.

4.1.1)  Who are the elected officials in the City of Sacramento and how can
        I reach them?

     To obtain the information listed below, readers with a web browser may
     visit the Sacramento Mayor/Council Office on the World Wide Web
     (<http://www.sacto.org/council.html >).  The Sacramento City Hall
     houses the offices of the elected officials of the city government in
     Sacramento:

          Sacramento City Hall
          915 I St
          Sacramento, CA 95814

     The individual members of the Sacramento City Council can be reached
     at City Hall:

          *    The Honorable Joe Serna, Mayor of Sacramento
               (916)264-5300
               <http://www.sacto.org/mayor.html >

          *    The Honorable Heather Fargo, Councilmember District 1
               (916)264-7001
               <http://www.sacto.org/hfargo.html >

          *    The Honorable Robert Kerth, Vice Mayor of Sacramento/
               Councilmember District 2
               (916)264-7002
               <http://www.sacto.org/kerth.html >

          *    The Honorable Steven Cohn, Councilmember District 3
               (916)264-7003
               <http://www.sacto.org/cohn.html >

          *    The Honorable Jimmie Yee, Councilmember District 4
               (916)264-7004
               <http://www.sacto.org/yee.html >

          *    The Honorable Deborah V. Ortiz, Councilmember District 5
               (916)264-7005
               <http://www.sacto.org/ortiz.html >

          *    The Honorable Darrell Steinberg, Councilmember District 6
               (916)264-7006
               <http://www.sacto.org/darrell.html >

          *    The Honorable Robbie Waters, Councilmember District 7
               (916)264-7007
               <http://www.sacto.org/waters.html >

          *    The Honorable Samuel Pannell, Councilmember District 8
               (916)264-7008
               <http://www.sacto.org/pannell.html >


4.1.2)  Who are the elected officials in the City of Folsom and how can I
        reach them? [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the Folsom City Council Home Page
     on the World Wide Web (<http://www.maricle.com/folsom/council.html >).

4.1.3)  Who are the elected officials in the City of Galt and how can I
        reach them? [New]

     [This section is currently under construction.]

4.1.4)  Who are the elected officials in the City of Isleton and how can I
        reach them? [New]

     [This section is currently under construction.]

4.2)  COUNTY GOVERNMENT. [Rev]

     Readers with a web browser may visit the Sacramento County Home Page
     on the World Wide Web (<http://www.co.sacramento.ca.us/ >).

4.2.1)  Who are the elected officials for Sacramento County and how can I
        reach them? [Rev]

     The County of Sacramento is governed by a Board of Supervisors.
     Offices for the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors are located at:

          Sacramento County Offices
          700 H St, Rm 2450
          Sacramento, CA 95814

     The individual members of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors
     can be reached at the Sacramento County Offices:

          *    The Honorable Roger Dickerson, District 1
               (916)440-5485

          *    The Honorable Illa Collin, District 2
               (916)440-5481

          *    The Honorable Muriel Johnson, District 3
               (916)440-5471

          *    The Honorable Dave Cox, District 4
               (916)440-5491

          *    The Honorable Don Nottoli, District 5
               (916)440-5465


4.2.2)  [Miscellaneous sections currently under construction.]

4.3)  STATE GOVERNMENT. [Rev]

     The California State Government is comprised of the legislature
     (composed of the state senate and the state assembly) and the Office
     of the Governor.  The legislative representatives for the Sacramento
     area are:

          *    The Honorable Maurice Johannessen, State Senator for the 4th
               District
               <http://www.sen.ca.gov/htbin/senator_profile/johannessen/ >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               410 Hemsted Dr, Ste 200       State Capitol, Rm 4082
               Redding, CA 96002             Sacramento, CA 95814
               (916)458-4161                 (916)445-3353

               <mailto:Senator.Johannessen@sen.ca.gov >

          *    The Honorable Patrick Johnston, State Senator for the 5th
               District
               <http://www.sen.ca.gov/htbin/senator_profile/johnston/ >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               31 E. Channel St. Rm 440      State Capitol Rm 4035
               Stockton, CA 95202            Sacramento, CA 95814
               (209)948-7930                 (916)445-2407

               <mailto:Senator.Johnston@sen.ca.gov >

          *    The Honorable Leroy F. Greene, State Senator for the 6th
               District
               <http://www.sen.ca.gov/htbin/senator_profile/greene/ >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               P.O. Box 254646               State Capitol Rm 2082
               Sacramento, CA 95865          Sacramento, CA 95814
               (916)481-6540                 (916)445-7807

               <mailto:Senator.Greene@sen.ca.gov >

          *    The Honorable Thomas M. Hannigan, State Assembly
               Representative for the 8th District:
               <http://www.assembly.ca.gov/district/a08/a08.htm >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               844 Union Ave, Ste A          State Capitol, Rm 3104
               Fairfield, CA 94533           Sacramento, CA 94533
               (707)429-2383                 (916)445-8368

               <mailto:Tom.Hannigan@assembly.ca.gov >

          *    The Honorable Barbara Alby, State Assembly Representative
               for the 5th District
               <http://www.assembly.ca.gov/district/a05/a05.htm >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               4811 Chippendale Dr, Ste 501  State Capitol Rm 4116
               Sacramento, CA 95841          Sacramento, CA 95814
               (916)349-1995                 (916)445-4445

               [What!? No e-mail address!?]

          *    The Honorable Phillip Isenberg, State Assembly Representativ
               for the 9th District
               <http://www.assembly.ca.gov/district/a09/a09.htm >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               1215 15th St, Suite 102       State Capitol Rm 6005
               Sacramento, CA 95814          Sacramento, CA 95814
               (916)324-4676                 (916)445-1611

               [What!? No e-mail address!?]

          *    The Honorable Larry Bowler, State Assembly Representative
               for the 10th District
               <http://www.assembly.ca.gov/district/a10/a10.htm >

               DISTRICT OFFICE               SACRAMENTO OFFICE
               10370 Old Placerville Rd,     State Capitol,
                    Suite 106                     Rm 3147
               Sacramento, CA 95827          Sacramento, CA 95814
               (916)362-4161                 (916)445-2931

               <mailto:Larry.Bwler@assembly.ca.gov >

          The Honorable Pete Wilson, Governor of California can be reached
     at the State Capitol (<http://www.ca.gov/gov/governer.html> ):

          Office of Governor Wilson
          State Capital Building
          Sacramento, CA 95814
          (916)445-2841; FAX 445-4633

          [What!? No e-mail address!?]


4.4)  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. [Rev]

     Elected representatives in the federal government of the United States
     serve in the Congress (comprised of the United States Senate and the
     House of Representatives) and the Office of the President.  The
     federal representatives for the City and County of Sacramento,
     California in the United States Congress are:

          *    The Honorable Diane Feinstein, United States Senator for the
               State of California (<http://www.senate.gov/~feinstein/ >)

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               1700 Montgomery St., Ste 305  331 Hart Building
                San Francisco, CA 94111      Washington, DC 20510
               (415)249-4777                 (202)224-3841

               <mailto:senator@feinstein.senate.gov >

          *    The Honorable Barbara Boxer, United States Senator for the
               State of California (<http://www.senate.gov/~boxer/ >)

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               1700 Montgomery St., Ste 240  112 Hart Building
               San Francisco, CA 94111       Washington, DC 20510
               (415)403-0100                 (202)224-3353

               <mailto:Senator@Boxer.Senate.Gov >

          *    The Honorable Vic Fazio, House Representative for the 3rd
               Congressional District of California

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               772-B Main St.                2113 Rayburn Building
               Woodland, CA 95695            Washington, D.C. 20515
               (916)666-5521;(800)324-3925   (202)225-5716

               <mailto:dcaucus@hr.house.gov >

          *    The Honorable John Doolittle, House Representative for the
               4th Congressional District of California

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               2130 Professional Dr,         1226 Longworth House
                    Suite 190                     Office Bldg
               Roseville, CA 95814           Washington, DC 20515
               (916)978-4381                 (202)225-2511

          *    The Honorable Robert T. Matsui, House Representative for the
               5th Congressional District of California

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               650 Capitol Mall, Suite 8058  2311 Rayburn House Office Bldg
               Sacramento, CA 95814          Washington, DC 20515
               (916)551-2846                 (202)225-7163

          *    The Honorable Richard Pombo, House Represenative for the
               11th Congressional District of California

               DISTRICT OFFICE               WASHINGTON D.C. OFFICE
               2231 W. March Ln,             1226 Longworth House
                    Suite 205                     Office Bldg
               Stockton, CA 95207            Washington, DC 20515
               (209)951-3091                 (202)225-1947


     The Honorable Bill Clinton (<mailto:president@whitehouse.gov >),
     President of the United States (whose present term expires in January
     of 1997 and who is eligible for re-election in November of 1996) can
     be reached at:

          1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
          Washington, DC 20500
          (202)456-1414

     The Honorable Albert Gore (<mailto:vice.president@whitehouse.gov >),
     Vice-President of the United States (whose present term expires in
     January 1997 and who is eligible for re-election in November of 1996)
     can be reached at the same address and phone number as President
     Clinton.  Readers with a web browser may visit the White House Home
     Page on the World Wide Web (<http://www.whitehouse.gov/ >)


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           The Sacramento, California USENET FAQ Part 3 of 6
        Frequently Asked Questions about Sacramento, California
                       (c) Copyright 1995 & 1996

                                   by

                         David F. Prenatt, Jr.
                         Internet Esquire(sm)
                            P.O. Box 74632
                         Davis, CA 95617-5632

                <http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~netesq/ >

                   <mailto:NetEsq@dcn.davis.ca.us >

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