County supervisors will consider a reusable bag ordinance on March 22, 2016

plastic bag in treeUpdate:  The Board of Supervisors will consider a reusable bag ordinance on March 22. Please write your Supervisor and let them know you don't want hundreds of thousands of your taxpayer dollars used every year to clean-up derelict single-use plastic bags from our American River Parkway, from school playgrounds, in suburban streets or from our waterways.

Read "It's time to move on a countywide plastic bag ban," The Sacramento Bee Editorials, March 10, 2016


The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors will hold a workshop about the merits of adopting a reusable plastic bag ordinance in unincorporated Sacramento County.

When: Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.

Where: 700 H Street, Suite 1450, Sacramento

County staff will present information about a draft reusable bag policy to the Board at its March 22, 2016 meeting with a proposed effective date of July 1, 2016.Read More

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