Listen: Emily Baime Michaels, Executive Director of the Midtown Association
After 4 fatal shootings in Sacramento in 12 hours, the city is aiming to making the city safer by appointing a position called nighttime city manager. City Manager Howard Chan has appointed Tina Lee-Vogt to the new position, starting immediately.
Lee-Vogt since 2009 has managed the City’s Entertainment Permit Program, which includes reviewing, approving, issuing and administering permits to businesses throughout the city. In addition to leading an inter-departmental team that addresses and resolves entertainment and nightlife related issues, she also collaborates with the Police and Fire departments to offer the “Pubs, Clubs, and Bars” training for local businesses.