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An illustration of some of the units to be built at The Village at Loomis.

Loomis Approves its Largest Housing Project in Years
Long-planned Village at Loomis passes by a 4-1 vote

January 29, 2019: The Loomis Town Council has approved a large mixed-use development adjacent to I-80, east of the town’s commercial center. 

It includes 251 single-family homes, 117 apartment units, over 18 acres of active parks and open space, and over 44,000 square feet of commercial and mixed-use space.  

The site had been designated for development since the town’s incorporation in 1984 and the project’s developer, Todd Lowell, said he had been working on it since he bought the first parcel of property in 1998. 

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California Governor Gavin Newsom

Governor Newsom’s First Proposed Budget Aims to Boost Housing
Controversial plan would link transportation dollars to housing production

January 25, 2019: Governor Gavin Newsom’s first proposed state budget focuses on establishing a resilient budget that can withstand manmade crises and natural disasters. Included in his proposal is a substantial plan to address the state’s housing crisis and further investment in forest management. Surprisingly, for the first time in many years, the Governor’s budget summary document does not include a standalone chapter on transportation funding.

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SACOG’s New Web Based e-Procurement Service – Public Purchase

Sacramento Area Council of Government’s Purchasing and Contracts Department is proud to announce that we will now use Public Purchase, a web based e-Procurement service. 

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