Emptied chamber pot: Rancho Cordova council lets chamber slide on $192K loan debt – Sacramento News and Review – 08/08/2019
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.
Project Map – Cordova Creek to Trail Feasibility Study
Please visit the City of Rancho Cordova’s
Cordova Creek Feasibility Study page to learn more about the proposed conversion of a stormwater runoff canal to a Class 1 Bike Path.
I apologize for the late update. December has been a very busy month so far.
On Friday, November 30th, the County Office of Elections
announced the election had been certified. Our final vote count was 5,738, 17% of votes cast for the race, remaining in 3rd place.
11302018 November 6, 2018, General Election – City of Rancho Cordova City Council Certified Election Results
We solidly won one precinct, the “Finger”.
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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.
Council will also approve Council Member Appointments to Regional Boards, Commissions, and Committees.