Folsom is slowing down to seek public input on a proposed water-rate hike after residents and City Council members were blindsided by a pamphlet in the mail Monday. The city promises the proposal is unrelated to the south of Highway 50 housing development.
A pamphlet notifying Folsom residents of a city proposal to increase water rates was not vetted by the City Council before being mailed this week, City Council members say. Some residents speculate the rate hike is meant to fund the city's new housing development south of Highway 50.
The new elementary school will be a single two-story building that will accommodate 668 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The two-story building will allow the district to build on a smaller footprint and will enhance security and collaboration at the school, according to district officials.
One of the perks of going 16-0 with a ton of returning talent is you land on the recruiting radar, and the Folsom High School football team has attracted every major program in the land to see Joe and Daniyel Ngata, Kaiden Bennett and more.
Jacob Shay, 22, of Alameda was arrested following a head-on collision on Highway 50 near Randall Tract in which a South Lake Tahoe woman suffered major injuries Monday evening, April 30, 2018. Shay's van landed in the American River.