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CSD is headed for zero hike in monthly bills

The Community Services District is heading into the home stretch for a 2016-17 budget with no increase in monthly residential bills for water, sewer, drainage, security and trash collection services.  Last week the board approved the introduction of the budget and an ordinance to amend rates. Next month the directors will vote to adopt both. Read more »

County is setting up talks on development

As it did a decade ago, Sacramento County is facilitating meetings on Rancho Murieta development and inviting key community players to take part. Read more »

Sheriff's officers tell RM how to avoid crime

Sheriff's meeting

Sheriff's Lt. James Barnes is a longtime Murietan. Click photo for larger image.

More than 40 neighbors attended last week’s community outreach offered by the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department. They got a number of crime-fighting tips and a peek at a new program that could help address nuisance issues in areas like Rancho Murieta. Read more »

Longtime Murietan Thomas Craig dies at 83

Thomas Craig

Services will be held 1 p.m. Thursday for Thomas A. Craig Jr., a longtime Murietan who died May 13 at age 83. Mass will be held at St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church on Cantova Way. Read more »

Finding the summer in a chilly Saturday

Spray park

Nobody figured on a gray, chilly day for Saturday’s season opening of the Summerfest Spray Park, but that’s what it was. Good thing the park serves kids, who didn’t seem to mind the cold shower. Rancho Murieta Association directors and staff cooked hotdogs, made snow cones and served cotton candy. Also on Saturday, there was a bake sale to benefit a local family, a library fundraiser and a drop-off event for hazardous waste. Click the photo to see a slide show from all the events.

Flags will be flying at the gates

Flag pole

A Rancho Murieta Association crew guided a 35-foot flagpole into the ground outside the North Gate Friday afternoon. Four feet of the pole disappeared into an awaiting hole, followed by concrete to cinch it down. The South flagpole was installed Thursday. The poles may be sporting flags by Monday. Click the photo for a larger image.

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