Ex-SLT city official Angelocci dies at 64
Published: July 16, 2017
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Rick Angelocci’s daughters Larissa, left, and Sarah meant the world to him. Photo/ProvidedBy Steve Archer, Loomis News A small town is like a big family is the Loomis town motto. Rick Angelocci, was, in many ways, the town father. He was Loomis town manager for six years, starting in 2011. He took a leave of absence for health reasons last October.
Colfax City Manager John Schempf was fired July 12 – one year and one week from the day he started. The Colfax City Council voted 4-1 Wednesday to release Schempf from city employment. Councilman Kim Douglass was the lone dissenting vote. Attempts by the Colfax Record to reach Schempf were unsuccessful. Colfax City Councilman Will Stockwin said Friday Schempf’s release from employment included severance pay of $33,332. Stockwin added Schempf was an at-will employee.
Kristy Brothers is now in her second year organizing the Colfax July 3 celebration and it may just be getting easier. “All of the hours we put in last year are paying off now,” Brothers said Monday. “Nothing can compare to the hours we put in last year.”Brothers is president of the Colfax Green Machine, which coordinates the town’s annual pre-Independence Day event. Brothers said she is following the same blueprint as last year’s celebration.
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