Real estate companies announce merger

PDF merger

Two real estate companies with roots in Rancho Murieta are merging, the companies announced Friday. Town and Country Real Estate, and owners Ina and Ron Semrau, and Paul Frank, president and CEO of the PDF group of real estate companies, said the merger will be complete this spring. The merged company will take the name of Frank’s residential real estate company, PDF Realty. Read more »

RMA welcomes proposal to meet with CSD

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Picking up on an initiative that began at the Community Services District, the Rancho Murieta Association Tuesday night agreed to joint meetings of the two groups. The board also got a report on installation of the community’s fiber system, which is nearing completion. Read more »

Trails, water violation discussed at CSD

How to approach development and community trails, and news of a violation of drinking-water standards, were among the topics discussed at February's Community Services District board meeting, held Feb. 15. Read more »

Finding beauty in a flooded country road

Kiefer artwork

Bill (Birdman) Gengler offered this photo and info Tuesday: "Thought you might enjoy seeing the Keifer Road picture of the flooded bumps today.  It's the area after you take a right turn off Jackson Road. The creek and its surrounding farmland are flooded like a lake from Latrobe Road to Sloughhouse. The county has put up flooded signs in the area. I just like the scene." Click for larger image.

Sun returns on a high-running Cosumnes

Cosumnes River

The area caught a break overnight, as the Cosumnes River didn't reach the forecast levels. Still, it was plenty high, with whitecaps rolling by the first green of the South Course Tuesday morning. A bunker there flooded 10 days ago, when the river damaged three of the course's holes, two of which remain under repair. Scott Road remained flooded Tuesday morning. Click photo for larger image.

Forecasters trim wind, river forecasts

[Updated 11:14 p.m.] Forecasters late Monday lowered their predictions for overnight winds and reduced slightly their prediction for Cosumnes River levels. The predicted river levels still would approach the levels of 10 days ago, when the river flooded in spots around the area. Late Monday, Deer Creek once again flooded Scott Road to a record level. Read more »

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