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Perry Beck

Council Member, Town Manager

Loomis

Direct Phone: (916) ***-**** ext. **direct phone

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California Department of Education


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Town of Loomis


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www.placercountyonline.com

PERRY BECK
Council member Town manager 916.652.0956 916.652.1840 x.15


placerherald.com

Perry Beck, Loomis town manager, said High Hand is one of the top 25 sales tax revenue-generating businesses in town.


placerherald.com

Perry Beck, Loomis town manager, said the parties came to an agreement on Sept. 17 and money will be used for road impact improvements at Sierra College Boulevard and Tay-lor Road.


placerherald.com

Court action regarding the project's environmental impact report has been halted, according to Loomis Town Manager Perry Beck.
"Since the issues of Rocklin Commons and Crossings are virtually the same and the developer is the same, we think that a settlement on the Crossings would carry over to the Commons," Beck said.


www.placerherald.com

The Rocklin City Council has delayed a vote on the controversial Rocklin Crossings until September, according to Loomis Town Manager Perry Beck.Beck said that a meeting was held last week with the Rocklin Borders Committee to discuss impending projects along the Rocklin/Loomis border.Beck, along with Russ Kelley, Loomis mayor, and Walt Scherer, Loomis councilman, met with Urrutia and Rocklin council members Peter Hill and Kathy Lund.The conclusion was to have more talks," Beck said.Beck said the next step will be for the Loomis Council to decide at their July meeting what issues they want discussed with the Rocklin borders committee.


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