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Make a Difference Mother’s Day

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IMG_1018You can make Mother’s Day special for women and families in WEAVE.

Help make the difference by taking part in the 8th Annual Movers for Moms® drive. Coordinated by Two Men and a Truck® Sacramento and their partner The FISH, they’ll head to the Walgreens on Madison in Sacramento to collect donations the public wishes to drop off Saturday April 18.

Brand new wish list items such as combs, toiletries and clothes go directly to the families currently in WEAVE’s safe houses. Gently used items are accepted as well and will go to WEAVE’s thrift stores which help fund the nonprofits missions.

Two Men and a Truck® and its partners want to make this Mother’s Day special for ALL moms, including those going through a rough time in…

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DGS Congratulates Sacramento and Capitol Area Development Authority on New Downtown Lofts

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DGS NewsWire


On behalf of the state, DGS Acting Director Esteban Almanza (at podium) congratulated the city of Sacramento, Capitol Area Development Authority and CFY Developers on the grand of opening of the R Street Warehouse Artist Lofts in Sacramento.

The State of California, through the Department of General Services, is a member of the CADA Joint Powers Authority, along with the city of Sacramento. DGS has partnered with CADA for the past 35 years and it affords us the opportunity to give back to the Sacramento community. CADA continues to build housing to meet needs for individuals at a variety of income levels, many of whom are state employees. In fact, the Capitol Area Plan, originally created under Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in 1978, speaks to the need to provide housing for the full spectrum of household types — families, singles, the elderly, the workforce and empty nesters.

DGS is proud…

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Roseville CA Real Estate Tips: How to Sell Your Home Fast

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If you are planning to sell your home, there are a few important things you need to be aware of. By doing your homework, you can get a good price for your home and find a buyer quickly enough. Even though the peak season for home buying is over, you can still take steps to ensure that your home will be sold fast. The key is in making a great first impression, especially for the highly competitive Roseville CA real estate.

Set the Right Price

First of all you need to set the right price. A common mistake that Roseville California real estate sellers make is that they ask for a very high price and lower it later when they aren’t able to find interested buyers. Remember that the first 30 days you put your house up for sale is the most crucial and it is during this time…

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