City Of Rancho Cordova 06/15 “We Stand for Justice” statement

On Monday, June 15, the city issued a press release “We Stand for Justice” and created a “We Are Listening” page inviting the community to engage city staff, police and city council.

The information is currently only available on the city’s web site, links below.

The information has not been shared on Nextdoor, Social Media or by email with the General Public. Please sign up to participate in the conversation on the “We Are Listening” page and stay informed, get involved.

We Stand for Justice https://www.cityofranchocordova.org/Home/Components/News/News/4064/19

We Are Listening
https://www.cityofranchocordova.org/residents/we-are-listening

Article: Emptied chamber pot: Rancho Cordova council lets chamber slide on $192K loan debt – Sacramento News and Review – 08/08/2019

Emptied chamber pot: Rancho Cordova council lets chamber slide on $192K loan debt – Sacramento News and Review – 08/08/2019 
https://www.newsreview.com/sacramento/emptied-chamber-pot/content?oid=28541860

The Rancho Cordova City Council voted June 17 to convert an outstanding loan balance totaling $192,079.94 into a grant. The chamber had received a $201,882.04 loan in 2008 followed later by an additional loan of $36,832.52, according to a memorandum by Kim Juran-Karageorgiou, administrative services director for the city.