kerry miller

City to celebrate opening of Folsom Lake Crossing

Folsom residents and regional commuters have reason to celebrate as the long-awaited and much-anticipated opening of Folsom Lake Crossing is just a little more than month away. We ...

Despite economy, Folsom earns high bond rating

Folsom City Manager Kerry Miller announced Tuesday night that Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services affirmed Folsom’s "AA-" rating on outstanding general obligation bonds and said ...

Proposed budget retains quality of life ingredients

Folsom residents share a high degree of pride in our outstanding quality of life. We live in a wonderful community with incomparable natural amenities and abundant services unknown ...

Folsom families face budget ax

Folsom hopes to close an $8.6 million budget deficit by eliminating 10 percent of its workforce, restructuring fire department operations, tapping into $4.7 million of unallocated ...

Folsom seeks to cut 55 positions, limit recreational offerings

Folsom hopes to close an $8.6 million budget deficit by eliminating 10 percent of its workforce, restructuring fire department operations, tapping into $4.7 million of unallocated ...

New budget on way: Could include up to 80 layoffs

City Manager Kerry Miller is scheduled to present a new leaner budget to the Folsom City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 13. Miller has said that the city faces an $8.4 million budget sh ...

A message of hope for the New Year

“There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something better tomorrow.” – Orison Marden I am by nature an optimistic ...

Worst case: 80 city staffers could face layoffs

The city of Folsom has painted a bleak picture for the staff in a series of recent meetings. An $8.4 million budget deficit could result in the loss of up to 80 positions and the ...

City facing budget challenges

In my 26 years as a city manager, I have dealt with serious economic scenarios including Proposition 13 which revamped our state’s property tax system in the late 1970s, and the ...

Forecaster: Local economy due to turn around

Elected officials joined economic development directors and business leaders Friday in Folsom to focus on the bright spots of an otherwise dismal economic climate. About 100 peopl ...

Folsom hopeful it can save some jobs

Last week it was announced to Folsom city employees that up to 80 of them could be facing layoffs, but city officials say they are trying to lower that number. “We will be workin ...

Layoff rumors surround city meetings

Folsom City Manager Kerry Miller will hold his second private meeting with city employees today at 1:30 p.m. Requests to have a Telegraph reporter present were denied but Miller ha ...

Folsom places high priority on emergency preparedness

The devastating impact of recent Texas hurricanes reinforces the importance of advance preparation for disasters and emergencies that could strike our community. While a hurricane ...

City working diligently to correct water waste problems

I would like to thank Wendy and Erik Neese for sharing their concerns about water waste and explain how we are addressing these issues. City staff is working diligently to corre ...