Sacramento Mayor Seeks Answers About Councilman’s Residency

Sacramento City Councilman Sean Loloee is facing questions about his residency. Now, the mayor has requested a detailed report on his residential history. 

Members of the Sacramento City Council must live in the district they represent. But an investigation by the Sacramento Bee found Loloee has not been living at the address where he is registered to vote. 

If it turns out Loloee has been living outside district boundaries, his seat could be declared vacant. Several constituents have already asked the council to declare a vacancy.

On Tuesday, Mayor Darrell Steinberg said he has asked Loloee to provide his office, as well as the city manager and city attorney, with “a report clarifying the facts of his residency, including the chronology of where he has resided since being sworn in.” According to Steinberg, Loloee has agreed to provide the report.

Loloee has represented the 2nd District since December 2020. His first and current term ends in December 2024.



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