Last week had two important meetings that involved Rosemont, a shooting at the Chevron on Bradshaw and the ending to our first Best of Rosemont contest. Here’s a look at this week’s top stories:
The County Board of Supervisors made a decision on the appeal filed by the owners of Rosemont Plaza regarding the requirement to build a masonry way along the boundary of the center and homes. The owners will be given until March 27 to work on a plan with the homeowners and community on what can be done to alleviate complaints and issues. Read more here.
The Sacramento City Unified School District voted at its meeting on Thursday to keep A.M. Winn Elementary School open. A portion of those students would have been transferred to James W. Marshall Elementary School if their school closed. A.M. Winn will be changing its structure to a Waldorf-style school, making it a choice school. Read more here.
The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department said a man entered the Chevron on Bradshaw road and fired it at two men on Feb. 24. No one was injured in the shooting.
Ninja Sushi has won Rosemont Patch’s first “” contest for Best Restaurant in Rosemont for a Special Occasion. The results were based on a poll, reviews on the restaurant’s listing and reader comments.
Capital Christian boy’s basketball team won the Basketball Section Title on Friday. The Capital Christian Cougars beat Central Catholic at the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section V championship game. Read more about the game here.
Rosemont Little League will receive a new roof, fixed by a Sacramento roofing company for free, which is estimated to cost around $3,000.