Spanos’ BDX Apartment project in Rancho Cordova sold for $57.5 million
01/03/2018 – Sac Business Journal
Its critical that any promises made by the previous owner be honored by the new owner in regards to commitments made to Captial Village residents and the City of Rancho Cordova.
I hope the city council address this new development and reassures nearby Capital Village residents.
Received this in the January Fresh Events newsletter from City of Rancho Cordova.
UPDATE 1: START TIME 4PM – City Manager Cyrus Abhar has said via email that the start time of this meeting is 4pm. He said he will look into the confusion on the incorrect posting of the start time.
City Manager Cyrus Abhar referenced it during the November 19th and November 5th City Council meeting Public Comment periods after Sharon Judy, Angel Ball and Walt Myers addressed the City Council about the follow up on RV Parking and Access.
Tuesday, January 8, 5:30 PM: City Council Special Meeting/Work Session
Rancho Cordova City Hall, 2729 Prospect Park Drive
The next City Council Special Meeting/Work Session will occur on January 8.
The topic is Code Enforcement Priorities.
Meeting calendar page (No Agenda yet)
I apologize for the late update. December has been a very busy month so far.
We solidly won one precinct, the “Finger”.
Again, Thank You all so much for your support, and thank you to all who voted for city council candidates. Your votes really matter.
Stacy Leitner emailed candidates on 12/03, announcing the certification and the scheduling of the official announcement of the election results during the Monday, December 17th City Council Meeting (Link to Agenda).
During this meeting, Linda Budge and Garret Gatewood will be sworn in, and a new Mayor and Vice Mayor will be chosen.
- Selection of 2019 Mayor and Vice Mayor. – 1 – Staff Report
- Selection of 2019 Mayor and Vice Mayor. – 2 – Resolution 5-2004
- Selection of 2019 Mayor and Vice Mayor. – 3 – Resolution 185-2004
Council will also approve Council Member Appointments to Regional Boards, Commissions, and Committees.
- Approval of Council Member Appointments to Regional Boards, Commissions, and Committees- 1 – Staff Report
- Approval of Council Member Appointments to Regional Boards, Commissions, and Committees – 2019 Proposed City of Rancho Cordova Council Member Appointments
11/16/2018 Ballot Count Update
We’re holding third place, nearing 5k votes at 4,914, 17% of the votes cast. 27,798 votes counted for the council race so far. Estimated number of ballots left to process 94,508 countywide.
Next update from the Sacramento County Office of Elections is Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 after 4pm.
LINDA BUDGE 38% 10,666
GARRETT S. GATEWOOD 29% 8,126
DONALD CHILDS 17% 4,914
DERALD W. LANGWELL 14% 4,091
WRITE-IN 0% 1
Garrett Gatewood and I are tied in the “Finger” area precinct 61411.
The area is colored in light green on the map, the only precinct I got shaded.
Whats the “Finger” Area? Answer: the area designated as our “Sphere of Influence” (SOI) when our boundaries were drawn to make our incorporation “Revenue Neutral” which was annexed into the city in 2010.
Rancho Cordova welcomes annexed land
AUG 31, 2010 By JT Long
Rancho Cordova Economic Development Director Curt Haven described the holdout as the county “taking the area as collateral.” The Rancho Cordova Incorporation Committee didn’t have much say over the boundaries, Haven says. “It was just a group of volunteers up against a county with all its lawyers. Now that we are a city with our own bank of attorneys, it was easier to be heard,” he says.
11/13/2018 Ballot Count Update
We’re holding third place, at 3,572, 17% of the votes cast. 20,264 votes counted for the council race so far. Estimated number of ballots left to process 94,508 countywide.
Next update from the Sacramento County Office of Elections is Friday, November 16th, 2018 after 4pm.
LINDA BUDGE 38% 7,749
GARRETT S. GATEWOOD 29% 5,921
DONALD CHILDS 17% 3,572
DERALD W. LANGWELL 14% 3,021
WRITE-IN 0% 1
Voters of Folsom have overwhelmingly passed a city council term limits measure. Would you support term limits for the Rancho Cordova City Council? (We are a General Law City, not a Charter City)
Measure C info from City of Folsom:
CITY COUNCIL TERM LIMIT – CHARTER AMENDMENT
Shall the measure to impose term limits for City Councilmembers by amending the Folsom City Charter to require that after serving 4 consecutive 4-year terms, a City Councilmember is not eligible to run for the City Council or to be appointed to a vacancy unless a period of 4 consecutive years have elapsed since their last service on the City Council, be adopted? No new City powers will result from adoption of the Charter Amendment.
11/09/2018 Ballot Count Update
We’re holding third place, at 3,030, falling 1% to 17% of the votes cast. 16,995 votes counted for the council race so far. Estimated number of ballots left to process 151,143.
Next update from the Sacramento County Office of Elections is Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 after 4pm.
LINDA BUDGE 37% 6,445
GARRETT S. GATEWOOD 29% 4,936
DONALD CHILDS 17% 3,030
DERALD W. LANGWELL 15% 2,583
WRITE-IN 0% 1
Im very honored to receive the support of so may Rancho Cordovans, and as we move through this ballot counting process, I will continue to share information in support of our top priorities to address, as well as ballot count updates.
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- VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOTS LEFT TO PROCESS
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- CVR LEFT TO PROCESS
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- PROVISIONALS LEFT TO PROCESS
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