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Police privacy case moves forward
Wednesday Nov 30 2011
A Placer County court ruling is allowing a lawsuit against the city of Rocklin and its former police chief to move forward. Last July, Rocklin Police officer Steve Ortmann and fo ...
Court clears way for Clover Valley development
Wednesday Jul 13 2011
A ruling in state court is clearing a path for the development of Rocklin’s Clover Valley. The Clover Valley Foundation, the Sierra Club, and the Town of Loomis sued the city o ...
Mayor wants city to sue CalPERS
Wednesday Mar 30 2011
In a surprise move last week, Mayor George Magnuson called for a lawsuit against the California Public Employees’ Retirement System. “I would like to have a closed session ...
Quadriplegic wins $6.4 million case against Roseville transit
Wednesday Oct 13 2010
The City of Roseville and its transportation contractor must pay $6.4 million to a quadriplegic who fell off a city bus two years ago. A Placer County jury Friday awarded the mone ...
Town settles for $231K
Wednesday Oct 06 2010
Loomis has settled its lawsuit with the Rocklin Crossings developers for $231,491. Perry Beck, Loomis town manager, said the parties came to an agreement on Sept. 17 and money wil ...
Loomis loses court ruling with Rocklin
Wednesday Sep 29 2010
The town of Loomis’ objections to a proposed Lowe’s Home Improvement Store planned for the border with the city of Rocklin is now over. It’s still unclear if Lowe’s will go ...
Former fair official alleges wrongful termination in suit
Tuesday Aug 10 2010
A former fair official is suing the Placer County Fair Association for wrongful termination after he claimed the board fired him for reporting a sexual harassment incident. Brock ...
Officers file civil rights suit
Wednesday Jul 21 2010
Two Rocklin officers are going to court against the police department and the city of Rocklin claiming their privacy was violated. Former Rocklin Officer Brandon Olivera and curr ...
Court to hear city’s appeal
Wednesday Jun 02 2010
The city of Rocklin wins one more round in the Eaton case. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will hear the city of Rocklin’s appeal in the federal civil rights la ...
Quarry causes a stink for hotel
Wednesday May 05 2010
Sierra Lakes Mobile Home Park resident Trisha Crum enjoys walking her 18-month-old son through the neighborhood, but was quite surprised to learn what’s been below her home for d ...
Rocklin ready for trial in ex-officer’s civil rights lawsuit
Wednesday Apr 28 2010
Rocklin is ready for trial in a federal civil rights lawsuit brought by former Rocklin police Sgt. Rick Eaton, according to the lead attorney defending the city. Eaton filed a la ...
Ex-cop’s city lawsuit moves forward
Wednesday Mar 24 2010
The city of Rocklin has filed an interlocutory appeal against a former Rocklin Police Sergeant’s lawsuit for wrongful termination. The lawsuit, filed by former Rocklin Police S ...
County says $700,000 lawsuit ‘not real’
Thursday Nov 26 2009
A lawsuit claming the county owes a construction company at least $700,000 is “just not real,” according to an attorney for Placer County. Valerie Flood, supervising deputy c ...
City eyes state lawsuit to save money
Thursday Nov 19 2009
A new lawsuit is giving the city of Rocklin more confidence that it will be able to hold on to redevelopment money the state planned to raid with this summer’s budget compromise. ...
Charter school petition denied
Thursday Nov 12 2009
The future of another charter school looks dim as the Rocklin Unified School Board trustees unanimously denied the petition of Global Tides at its meeting last Wednesday night. La ...
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