Category Archives: folsom politics

Folsom Sales Tax Increase to be Decided by Voters this Fall

Over 8,000 Folsomites Signed to Get the Measure on the Ballot Folsom Takes Action, the

Highlights from Folsom Mayor Kozlowski’s State of the City

Lots of promise ahead, but there are concerns Folsom Mayor Mike Kozlowski delivered his State

Early Numbers Show Covid’s Impact on the Folsom Economy

As I walk and drive around Folsom, I am saddened to see some of my

Folsom Candidates Make Final Plea for Votes

  On Tuesday, voters will decide which 3 of 12 candidates running, will be joining Ernie

Term Limits, Campaign Contributions and How We Select our Mayor to be Discussed Tonight

Judging from the pre-game buzz, expect a large vocal crowd at tonight’s City Council meeting.

Gaylord Wins Folsom City Council Seat in Stunning Come Back

Roger Gaylord, the 3-time challenger for a seat on Folsom’s City Council, has finally been

Folsom City Council Candidates Make Final Plea for Your Vote

With the election upon us, and Folsom’s future at stake, the candidates vying for 2

Folsom City Council Candidate Debate Set – 5 Vying for 2 Seats

The field is set for this November’s Folsom City Council Election. Two seats are up

Folsom’s First Local Candidate Debate – March 15

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the first local candidate debate this Tuesday,

Be Part of the Discussion – Folsom Issues and Insight

  Beginning February 22, Folsom Lake College and the Folsom Chamber of Commerce will present

City Council and Other Local Elections – Who or What do you want on a see?

Folsom residents will have the opportunity to help shape the future of this city by

Folsom Water, Housing Development Make National News

I don’t ordinarily post entire news articles, but this one is relevant to what’s happening

Two Great Leadership And Learning Opportunities In Folsom

Hey Folks -There are two great opportunities to learn, grow and lead coming up here

Highlights from Folsom Mayor Andy Morin’s State of the City Address

Approximately 250 business and community leaders gathered for the annual sneak peak at the mayor’s

Today is the day. Your Vote Counts!

  Today,  Folsom residents will decide whether to stay the course with our current city

Question for Folsom Voters: Stay the Course or Stop the Growth?

This article, submitted by journalism student Clifton Jones gives a brief look some of the

Folsom to Sue Sac County over Mather Airport Expansion

    The Folsom City Council unanimously voted to see Sacramento County over the planned