term limits

Letter to the Editor

At the Loomis Town Council special meeting February 4, 2011, the Council suggested the idea of dismissing Measure A since it was “flawed”. The majority of the public in attend ...

Town seeks input on new manager

Loomis residents are being invited to share their ideas for a new town manager. Residents can voice their opinions at the upcoming Parks, Recreation and Open Space Committee mee ...

Term Limits issue moves ahead

An Attorney General decision on the legality of Measure A, the Loomis term limits initiative has taken a small step forward. While a decision is still months away, Town Manager Pe ...

Attorney general looking at Measure A

Loomis term limits is now in the hands of the state attorney general. According to town manager Perry Beck, the attorney general’s office has confirmed receipt of the letter sent ...

Term limits issue goes to Gaines

Loomis term limits has taken an unexpected detour along the way to the state attorney general’s office. The Town of Loomis has sent a letter addressing the retroactive issues of ...

Initiative getting costly

Measure A, the term limits initiative, continues to be a controversial and costly issue for the Town of Loomis. Voters approved the term limits initiative on Nov. 2 and also re-ele ...

Town turns to attorney general to resolve term limits

The Loomis Town Council has voted to send a letter to the state attorney general to seek a speedy resolution as to the legality of Measure A. During a public workshop held on Feb. ...

Measure A debate continues

There is a lot of finger pointing going on in the legal mess of Loomis’ term limits initiative. In November, Loomis voters passed a term limits initiative containing a clause wit ...

Measure A heads to attorney general

The retroactive issues of Measure A, the Loomis term limits initiative passed by voters in November, is going to the state Attorney General. “At least in a manner of speaking,” ...

Town to ask Attorney General if Measure A is illegal

The retroactive issues of Measure A, the Loomis term limits initiative passed by voters in November, is going to the state Attorney General. The Loomis Town Council, with council ...

Town asks for ruling

A superior court judge will be asked to decide the legality of Measure A’s retroactive start date. The Loomis town council voted at their Nov. 9 meeting to seek clarification fr ...

Council race still too close to call

The election is not over in the Town of Loomis until the Placer County elections office says it is, and election officials say the Loomis council race is too close to call. Only 2 ...

Measure A headed to court

Loomis’ conflicted election results will go to court for clarification. The Loomis town council decided at their Nov. 9 meeting to seek legal clarification from a judge as to the ...

Voters have plenty to ponder

Editor’s note: Follow election-night results on this Loomis News website. On Tuesday, Nov. 2, Loomis Basin voters will chose their preference for governor, lieutenant governor a ...

Protect right to vote

Say no to term limits, Measure A. Measure A, if passed, would take away our personal right to “throw the bums out.” Measure A denies us that right by replacing our vote with ma ...