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21,000-square-foot funeral center opens in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— A newly constructed funeral facility along Interstate 80 in Citrus Heights was dedicated during a ceremony at the site on Wednesday.

RT eyes alcohol ads for funding, launches survey for input


Sac RT bus
Sacramento RT is considering alcohol ads on its buses, trains, and stations. // Image credit:  Griffin5 at en.wikipedia [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons
Should hard liquor and other alcohol ads be allowed on RT buses?

Sacramento Regional Transit has launched a four-question survey to answer that question, seeking feedback from the public on whether it should begin accepting alcohol ads on buses, trains, and stations.

The short, one-page survey asks questions regarding hard alcohol ads versus only allowing beer and wine ads, as well as questions about the size and locations of ads. It also has a section for participants to enter comments at the end of the survey.

After RT posted the survey link on its Twitter account last week, a user named “MichaelMooreSac” tweeted back what may have been a sarcastic suggestion to “take ALL vice ad revenue possible: porn, churches, likker, teevee, sports til RT ain’t near death.” The survey link was also retweeted on the City of Citrus Heights twitter feed.

RT’s survey can be taken online at the following link:

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