Welcome to Monday, loyal readers. Hope you had a great weekend. Here’s what you need to know today.
But first, coffee
Dutch Bros will open a new location Tuesday at 10065 Bruceville Road in Elk Grove, according to an announcement on Facebook. The Grants Pass, Oregon-based coffee company has many kiosks across the Sacramento area, including other locations in Elk Grove. Additional local Dutch Bros sites are in the works.
From the real estate beat
Some prominent entities in Placer County — including the county itself — are cobbling together funds to conserve more than 400 acres of an approved residential project in Rocklin. Last week, Placer County supervisors voted to put more than $1 million toward purchase of a conservation easement on 487 acres of Clover Valley, on the city’s northwestern edge. Senior reporter Ben van der Meer has details.
Speaking of real estate …
An aging office building in Sacramento’s Campus Commons is headed for demolition, to be replaced by a new residential project by a builder/developer couple with a track record for such projects. Senior reporter Ben van der Meer has the story.
Sad news to share
Local businessman Lloyd Harvego, who owned The Firehouse Restaurant in Old Sacramento, died June 13, according to a statement from the family. He was 83.
“As owner of The Firehouse Restaurant, Lloyd understood it was much more than a family business but a true labor of love. The Firehouse Restaurant remains an integral part of the fabric of Sacramento and a reflection of its proud past and bright future. Lloyd’s legacy lives on through his extensive philanthropy efforts and the world-class restaurant he impacted in so many meaningful ways,” the statement says.
Also, Tony Mansour, whose vision is credited for helping develop El Dorado Hills the way it’s known today, died June 5 at 84. Learn more here.
Finally, a quick ‘thanks’
It was great meeting many of your at our Women Who Mean Business awards luncheon on Friday. We’ll be posting profiles of this year’s honorees over the next few days. Click here to catch up on the profiles we’ve posted so far.
Have a great day, folks. Thanks for reading.
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