South of 50 Develops for Quality Control

Folsom Telegraph Wednesday Mar 18 2015 1 comments South of 50 develops for quality control Folsom aims to maintain high standards through managed infrastructure By: Art Garcia for The Telegraph -A +A Folsom will begin flexing its boundaries in several months as initial work begins on development of the 3,600…

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EASTER EGG HUNT and BRUNCH POTLUCK

Hey neighbors! We are going to be having a neighborhood EASTER EGG HUNT and BRUNCH POTLUCK, Sunday MARCH 29th 10:00-11:30am at the clubhouse. Hunting will begin at 10:30am. Kids 10 and under are welcome to hunt! Don’t want to hunt for eggs? Come visit with your neighbors and have breakfast.…

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The Spring Bunny will be hoping into El Dorado Hills

The Spring Bunny will be hoping into El Dorado Hills  to visit the boys and girls for two Egg Hunt celebrations! SPRING  EGG  HUNT Saturday, April 4th 9-10:30am El Dorado Hills Community Park 1021 Harvard Way Celebration activities include: arts and crafts, visit from the Spring Bunny and an egg…

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I’ve been spotted! Again!

Fish and Game has been looking for a mountain lion behind our dam area. Please be smart and be aware if you’re spending time in and around this area. Talk to your neighbors and help spread the word. There are some tips below. If you do see a mountain lion,…

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Community Workshop for Local Rails & Trails

 Sacramento Placerville  Transportation Corridor   Alternatives Analysis Project Join us for a community workshop Wednesday March 25th, 2015  5:30 – 7:30 pm Cameron Park  Community Center Auditorium 2502 Country Club Drive  Cameron Park, CA 95682 The El Dorado County Transportation Commission (EDCTC) is hosting a second community workshop to provide a…

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EID Reviews Drought Action Plan Changes

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA 99 CENTS EID reviews Drought Action Plan changes By Dawn Hodson From page A1 | March 11, 2015 | The El Dorado Irrigation District received an update on the drought and considered changes to its Drought Action Plan at its board meeting on Monday. Providing…

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‘Sensible Development’ Groups Join Forces

Monday, February 23, 2015 PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA 99 CENTS ‘Sensible development’ groups join forces By Julie Samrick From page A1 | February 23, 2015 | Calling it a final effort to “stop further abuse of discretionary power for the many (development) projects that lie ahead,” a coalition of slow-growth groups held…

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Dixon Ranch Dissenters Point to Project’s Flaws

March 02, 2015 | Posted by Julie Samrick Dixon Ranch dissenters point to project’s flaws El Dorado County staff hosted a public workshop to discuss the proposed Dixon Ranch residential project before the Planning Commission last Thursday. While no action was taken, it was an opportunity for the commissioners to…

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Priority List Established for General Plan, CIP projects

Monday, March 2, 2015 PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA 99 CENTS Priority list established for General Plan, CIP projects By Chris Daley From page A1 | March 02, 2015 | Proceeding with important, ongoing projects ranked at the top of a list of priorities recommended by the county’s Community Development Agency at the…

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Supes begin year with budget woes, data shortcomings

January 12, 2015 | Posted by Chris Daley Supes begin year with budget woes, data shortcomings The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors greeted the new year with a large measure of concern over the county’s finances. To make matters worse, the actual data are somewhat clouded and difficult to…

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