New CSD GM hits the ground running

After a month on the job, Joe Blake, the new general manager of the Community Services District, presented plans for the district’s future last week. The July CSD board meeting also featured updates on the water treatment plant project and conservation efforts, and began the process for Mello-Roos financing for new development. Read more »

Chesbro road will close for plant work

The Community Services District says initial staging of equipment and materials for the community's water treatment plant expansion will begin this week.  Part of the dirt road around Lake Chesbro will be closed for 24 hours starting Friday. Read more »

Three events coming up, all for a good cause

Three events are coming up to benefit good causes. Relay for Life, which begins Saturday, benefits the American Cancer Society. Next month a helicopter golf ball drop will raise funds for Project Eliminate, a global Kiwanis campaign to eliminate maternal neonatal tetanus, and a Relay for Life team will hold a wine tasting event. Read on to learn more. Read more »

Newsstand: Kiwanis Kronicle for August

Here's the August issue of the Kiwanis Kronicle, the monthly publication of the Kiwanis Club of Rancho Murieta. The 20-page issue includes photos of Casino Corral and a visit to the Union Inn restaurant in Volcano. Read more »

Security logs, July 8-15

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for July 8-15, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

Full story: RMA OKs cable system lease

[News brief published July 15] The Rancho Murieta Association board voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a 20-year lease that will bring fiber connections to the community’s homes, offering faster broadband internet and cable TV at a lower cost to subscribers. Read more »

What's the saying? 'Red sky at night...'


It's the time of year when we all expect the days to be hot.  But then, almost nightly, comes the moment when the sun slips out of view, a breeze comes up, and summer seems downright wonderful.  Sunday night at the western edge of Murieta, the sunset and a breeze promised a sailor's delight, if the old rhyme is to be believed.  The weather forecast for the coming week says the days will be hot.  But then we knew that already.

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