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|At its February 6 meeting, the Roseville City Council unanimously selected a partnership comprising Baltimore-based The Cordish Companies and Sacramento-based The Evergreen Company as the master developer of its downtown after a competitive process involving five applicants. |
As part of its role as master developer, The Cordish Companies and The Evergreen Company would be involved in creating public and private financing plans, rebranding the City’s urban experience, determining correct tenant mixes, and building public assets that facilitate these goals. These projects could include but are not limited to the construction of mixed-use office and residential buildings, additional parking resources, streetscape improvements, and civic facilities.
|The City of Roseville recently took a significant step forward in its longstanding effort to secure a full-service hotel and conference center in our community. Beginning in the 1990s, the City Council recognized the need for additional meeting space in Roseville due to strong economic growth, community and business requests, and the general lack of high-end meeting and full-service lodging facilities. |
|Roseville Mayor Pauline Roccucci and several other local leaders discussed the growing metal theft issue that has swept California and the nation today at a press conference in Roseville. Included was discussion of two recently signed metal theft bills, Senate Bill 1045 and Senate Bill 1387, that tightened existing law to help make it more difficult for thieves to sell stolen metal. |
Additionally, Mayor Roccucci helped unveil a new water backflow theft prevention effort developed by Environmental Utilities and Roseville Police Department.