folsom city council

Editor's View: Get ready to vote, election season is here

Where will you find me this Saturday? It’s election season, so I’ll be firmly planted in the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors chambers for the televised forum for the Fol ...

Reward offered in Folsom City Council campaign sign thefts

FOLSOM, CA - One week after placing his campaign signs throughout the City of Folsom for the upcoming November election, City Councilman Jeff Starsky reports 14 of his signs have b ...

Folsom OKs layoffs, sports fee increases in new $64 million budget

Folsom parks, zoo and pool boosters turned out in force at the City Council meeting April 17. The $64 million proposed budget was approved, with some modifications, according to ci ...

Folsom officials look at fee increases, 30 job cuts to balance budget

Folsom city officials outlined a budget proposal Tuesday night that eliminated positions from certain departments, increased fees and restructured departments. Overall, nearly 30 p ...

Kerri Howell to be Folsom's next mayor

The Folsom City Council elected Kerri Howell as mayor and Steve Miklos as vice mayor during the Dec. 13 City Council meeting. They will serve one year terms effective immediately. ...

Election results as of 1 p.m. Wednesday

Folsom City Council In early election results, it appears the three incumbents have retained their seats on the Folsom City Council. Steve Miklos, a 16-year veteran of the council, ...

Miklos should continue on council

I read an article in your Oct. 20 letter to the editor section titled "Time for new city council." After reading it and trying to digest the point, I felt compelled to write in sup ...

City to remove Historic District traffic barriers

The big news out of last week’s Folsom city council meeting involved the city manager’s preliminary budget outline and the potential for layoffs, but there were other issues th ...

Low lake threatens city water supply

Since Aug. 15, Folsom Lake’s water level at the dam has dropped more than 10 feet, putting it within 60 feet of the city’s water supply pipeline. While city officials are conce ...

City should watch its own water wasting

Now isn?t this the pot calling the kettle ? We should all feel relieved knowing that Don Smith of the City of Folsom is stepping up water-monitoring patrols on all of us water wast ...