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Councilmember Jenny Knisley



A graduate of Del Oro High School, Jennifer “Jenny” Knisley has lived in Loomis for most of her life. On her campaign site, Knisley writes, “Over the years, I have raised three children, started two family businesses, and most recently, managed the Loomis Chamber of Commerce for 11 years. I feel I now have an opportunity in this next chapter to give back even more to my town.” That next chapter is her service on the Town Council, which began in 2020. Prior to that she was active in helping to save the Loomis Library and serving as a Town of Loomis Library Trustee, volunteering with Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin, and serving as president of the Friends of the Loomis Library. “I am registered NPP (no party preference),” Knisley writes on her campaign site. “I feel that the Loomis Town Council position should be non-partisan. As a council member, I will be sure to listen and represent all members of the community. I will work hard to practice good governance and find solutions that will be in the best interest of Loomis, its residents, and its businesses.”

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In her state-of-the-town address, Mayor Jenny Knisley highlighted a few of her favorite things about Loomis. “We have about approximately 7,000 people in our town, we have seven square miles of town and we have seven intersections that have signals,” Knisley said. “So 777 is a pretty lucky place to live.”
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