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Folsom Holiday Happenings – Something for Everyone

Posted on: November 30, 2018

The Holiday season is here, and Folsom’s got lots of great events to keep you in the spirit.

Here’s the run-down on some of my favorites.

Tree Ligthing and Ice Skating. Photo courtesy SacTown Magazine

Tree Ligthing and Ice Skating. Photo courtesy SacTown Magazine

 

Folsom Tree Lighting, Friday Nov 30 in the Historic District – I love this event. It makes our city of about 75,000 people seem like a small town.  Wagon rides, live music, ice skating, and a visit from the big man himself, the one and only Santa! Official lighting a 730.

Folsom Zoo

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Folsom Candidates Make Final Plea for Votes

Posted on: November 4, 2018

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On Tuesday, voters will decide which 3 of 12 candidates running, will be joining Ernie Sheldon and Roger Gaylord to serve on the Folsom City Council for the next 4 years. To say this has been a contentious campaign would be an understatement.

Hit-pieces, smear campaigns, accusations of corruption and incompetence, have left many unsure about who or what to believe, and more importantly, who to vote for.

MyFolsom.com reached out to all of the candidates, offering them the chance to make one final plea for your vote. Here are the responses of those who chose to participate, posted in the order in which they will appear on the ballot.

Yedukondalu (YK) Chalamcherla – I came to the United States during the Y2K scare. My job was to fix software glitches. My first visit to Folsom was in October 2002, My family fell in love with this community immediately, and we bought a house, couple of years later we permanently relocated from BayArea. I have been married for 22 years. Our two daughters have grown up in this community. The older is at CalPoly and the younger at Vista. Our family is complete with our rescued dog Dharma.

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