Staff Writer, Sacramento Business Journal
Staff writer for Sacramento Business Journal, covering energy, sustainability, agriculture, food processing and distribution, transportation and manufacturing.
bizjournals.com — Subscriber-Only Article Preview | For full site access: Subscribe Now The city of Sacramento is proposing a major overhaul of its decades-old zoning code as part of a campaign to cut red tape and make over a business-unfriendly image. "We're making massive and significant changes to the way we do land use in the city," planning director David Kwong said.
bizjournals.com — In another step to diversify its feedstock base, Sacramento-based Pacific Ethanol Inc. has entered into a multi-year agreement with Chicago-based Chromatin Inc. to use, produce and deliver locally grown sorghum in the production of ethanol, Pacific Ethanol announced Monday. The agreement covers up to 30,000 acres of Chromatin sorghum to be grown and supplied to Pacific Ethanol (NASDAQ: PEIX).
bizjournals.com — The Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance is set to hold its first-ever CleanStart "PowerUP" networking event geared toward clean tech companies and investors from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday in West Sacramento. This event is one of three being organized under CleanStart, an initiative of the tech-focused nonprofit SARTA that is focused on the region's clean tech industry.
bizjournals.com — McClellan Business Park is now home to a retired Boeing 727-200F aircraft that will be used by the aeronautics program at Sacramento City College. FedEx selected the program to receive the donated Boeing 727 freighter "Gideon," which was retired Friday from active service. The company donated the aircraft to support aeronautic and aviation training.
bizjournals.com — Premium Article Preview | For full site access: Subscribe Now A Denver-based telemedicine startup plans to use the Sacramento area to test a secure communications technology that lets patients and doctors confer electronically - and skip the insurance paperwork.
bizjournals.com — Premium Article Preview | For full site access: Subscribe Now With 2013 shaping up as a year of major reform for the daunting environmental laws that face California builders, a bold new idea has emerged: specialized courts to handle the mind-bending litigation those laws can create.
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