If you're looking for those new plans for Sacramento's Entertainment and Sports Center, you're not going to find them.
City Manager John Shirey released a statement yesterday saying it is more important that all issues are addressed and resolved to the satisfaction of both parties instead of meeting a self-imposed deadline.
Shirey says the city will honor its promise of giving the public at least ten days of public review and comment prior to the City Council meeting and vote.
The Sacramento Kings have agreed with delaying the release.
A summary of the deal released last month showed the arena price tag has jumped by $30 million in the past year, to $477 million, with the Kings picking up the additional costs.