On January 8, 2019, the Loomis Town Council approved a suite of documents that together constituted the Town’s approval of the Village at Loomis development project (the “Village Project”).
On February 20, 2019, referendum petitions against Ordinances 275 and 276, which constitute portions of the Village Project approvals, were certified to contain at least the minimum number of valid signatures to meet legal requirements. The referendum petitions were examined by the Town Attorney and their forms were determined to be in substantial compliance with legal requirements. Having substantially complied in form and met all signature requirements, the petitions satisfied the legal standards for certification of sufficiency.
On March 12, 2019, the Loomis Town Council approved Resolution 19-09, certifying the sufficiency of referendum petitions against Town of Loomis Ordinances 275 and 276; calling and giving notice of the holding of a Special Election on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 to submit Measures to consider Ordinance 275 and Ordinance 276; requesting the Board of Supervisors to consolidate this election with any other election conducted on said date; authorizing the Town Council to prepare a written argument in support of the Measures; directing the Town Attorney to prepare an impartial analysis of the Measures; and requesting election services by the Placer County Clerk.
For more information on the “Village at Loomis” project you can go to Item 6 on the 1-8-2019 Town Council Meeting Agenda.