City Councilman Andrew Roberto reports that the city engineering department is working on early stages of design of the Sheffield Drive sidewalk. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Emily Ernst holds up a sign in support of a sidewalk for West Hills’ Sheffield Drive.(Photo: John Shearer/Shopper News) City Councilman Andrew Roberto reports that the city engineering department is working on design and right-of-way issues as part of the early work on constructing the Sheffield Drive sidewalk in West Hills. Since one of the main reasons for the sidewalk was for children attending West Hills Elementary School, the hope is that it will be open for use by mid-August 2019, when the next school year begins. Roberto was responsible for having this placed in the city budget after years of a deaf ear to the requests from West Hills. Since Steve King is now back to work as deputy director, Mayor Madeline Rogero could assign this project to him so he would have something useful to do. Right now, King volunteers to help the United Way campaign in the city but that lasts only a few weeks each ...