The Sacramento County Department of Transportation (DOT) gave a presentation on Fair Oaks Boulevard construction plans at this morning’s Kiwanis Club meeting at the .
Kiwanis Club publicity chairman Jack Harrison said members were happy with the presentation given by DOT employee Patrick Carpenter.
“[Carpenter] explained the proposed project from Engle to Marconi, along Fair Oaks Boulevard,” Harrison said. “People are encouraged to hear about the new improvements.”
Club members also talked about the success of the presentation the Kiwanis Club made at the Carmichael Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday night.
Several people expressed interest in joining the Kiwanis Club at the Chamber meeting.
Club members recognized and thanked local pastor Andy Webb, who has previously served as the club’s lieutenant governor. Webb is retiring and moving to Iowa. Club members gave him a standing ovation.
This Saturday the Kiwanis will be working at for Adopt-A-Park day as part of the club’s community service projects.
The next Kiwanis Club meeting will be Wednesday, April 4 at the Elks Lodge, 5631 Cypress Ave. in Carmichael.