Rancho Cordova council members, from left, Ken Cooley and Robert McGarvey and Mayor Dave Roberts rejoice at the new city's inaugural bash in July 2003. Many other officials were on hand, too. Said Councilwoman Linda Budge, "The first of July is our New Year." Rancho Cordova became the county's seventh city and the state's 478th on July 1, 2003.
Rancho Cordova council members, from left, Ken Cooley and Robert McGarvey and Mayor Dave Roberts rejoice at the new city's inaugural bash in July 2003. Many other officials were on hand, too. Said Councilwoman Linda Budge, "The first of July is our New Year." Rancho Cordova became the county's seventh city and the state's 478th on July 1, 2003. Sacramento Bee File Photo
Rancho Cordova council members, from left, Ken Cooley and Robert McGarvey and Mayor Dave Roberts rejoice at the new city's inaugural bash in July 2003. Many other officials were on hand, too. Said Councilwoman Linda Budge, "The first of July is our New Year." Rancho Cordova became the county's seventh city and the state's 478th on July 1, 2003. Sacramento Bee File Photo

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May 15, 2007 09:11 AM

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