New field prompts spat between CSD, RMA


The Community Services District and the Rancho Murieta Association are at odds about providing water to a new playing field, and they differ about the size of the field as well. CSD General Manager Joe Blake contends the field occupies four acres, and CSD water hook-up fees of close to $190,000 have been triggered for metering, water augmentation and water treatment capacity. RMA General Manager Greg Vorster maintains that RMA has permission from the CSD to use metered water from Stonehouse Park on a temporary basis to irrigate a field that occupies less than an acre of the 14-acre Escuela site. Read more »

Video: Soccer team goes under ice bucket

Despite all the ice-bucket fundraising on social media, this is the first Rancho Murieta ice-bucket challenge that has come our way.   Owen Carmichael, a 7-year-old member of the King Cobras, a boys soccer team, suggested the team take the challenge to honor ALS victim Pete Frates.  So the other evening at Stonehouse Park, a dozen boys (and their coaches) got doused with icy water, raised money for ALS and challenged other teams to do the same.

New operator and name for RMA Cable

Satellite dish

If you've been a Rancho Murieta Association customer for cable or internet, you've got a new provider.  Starting today, RMA Cable is Greenfield Rancho Murieta.  The new 24/7 toll-free number for customer service is (888) 230-0020. Read more »

Twice-a-week irrigation limits begin today

A mandatory two-day-a-week irrigation schedule goes into effect today as the Rancho Murieta Community Services District prepares to shut down Water Treatment Plant #1 to construct an expanded and upgraded  plant. The community will depend on Water Treatment Plant #2 for potable water production during the project. Read more »

Where does RM rank among water users?


This morning’s Bee has a look at how water agencies around California are addressing water conservation goals. Where does Rancho Murieta rank? Read more »

Chicago tribute helps say goodbye to summer

Chicago Tribute Authority

Red square Photo gallery: 59 photos of the show and your friends in the audience

The Chicago Tribute Authority gave summer a send-off  to remember Saturday night at Lake Clementia Amphitheater with the trademark horns and repertoire begun in the '60s by the legendary rock band Chicago. With a sliver of moon and a sky full of stars as a backdrop, the troupe of eight musicians gave virtuoso performances of “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?,” “25 or 6 to 4,” “Feelin’ Stronger Every Day,” “If You Leave Me Now,” “Make Me Smile,” “Questions 67 and 68,” “Saturday in the Park” and other songs that kept the dance floor crowded. The evening’s festivities began with a couple of flyovers by a patriotically decorated plane. The concert was presented by Entertainment, Theatre & Culture, which has an October show planned.

Swarm of official vehicles at Country Club

Copter at tournament

No, it wasn't a fire, just a golf tournament that brought fire and police vehicles -- and Metro Fire's Copter 2 -- to the Country Club Friday morning.  The tournament benefitted the Sacramento Metro Public Safety Foundation, which helps community development projects of regional police, fire and rescue agencies.

Newsstand: Kiwanis Kronicle, September 2014

Kiwanis logo

Here's the September issue of the Kiwanis Kronicle, the monthly publication of the Kiwanis Club of Rancho Murieta. There is coverage of past events (July 4 breakfast, for one) and upcoming events (Music Mike, Blues and Brews) in the 24-page issue. Read more »

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