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The Rancho Murieta Association and Community Services District boards hold their monthly meetings this week. The RMA open session is 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the RMA Building. The CSD meets 5 p.m. Wednesday at the CSD Building.

The RMA meeting begins with a presentation about accessory dwelling units by Jessica Brandt, Sacramento County senior planner. County changes for permitting these habitable structures have raised questions about potential impacts on water consumption, traffic, lot densities, and wastewater treatment, as well as homeowner associations' architectural rules and CC&Rs.

On Wednesday, the CSD board will consider developer reimbursement requests for recycled water infrastructure. Directors will also consider adopting a salary range adjustment for non-represented employees.

The meeting agendas are available as downloads below.

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Chris Woods's picture
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Ask Jessica Brandt

Someone ask her about the 17 acres, just inside the turn in on the North. The parcel is owned by Cummings Real Estate and is zoned RD30. Are apartments intended for that parcel?

C L Woods

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This property is zoned for

This property is zoned for multi family/apartments.

John Kershaw

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Zoned Apartments or Amenities?

Is everybody OK with apartments being put on this location? Maybe it would be a great place to put a community pool/workout facility, if it could be rezoned. Right now is the time to petition the county supervisors/planners for rezoning, as the plans for 2020 are being built out. Might be another question for Ms Brandt or the RMA. This area is lacking real amenities, like a pool. 

C L Woods

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Chris, the only one who can

Chris, the only one who can request a rezone would be the property owner(s) which would require a General Plan Ammendment ($) not to mention that it's part of the affordable housing inventory though affordable housing reqirements for the County have been watered down.

John Kershaw

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Community wellbeing

The planning of the parcel in question was done long ago. Apartments will never be built on that parcel and Cummings properties knows it. The community wellbeing demands the RMA purchase this parcel, get it rezoned and build the amenities we can all use. Affordable housing, what does that even mean? Senior County Singh provided a road map to get this parcel rezoned. The families in this community, young and old, deserve better than an empty field behind the RMA building or “affordable housing”. Think Johnson Ranch. Hundreds of families use this facility in Roseville. Sun City has their own pool. Don’t the people of Rancho Murieta need this? Os are we just too old and tired to have something nice?

C L Woods

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Stonehouse Park is where a

Stonehouse Park is where a club house and pool was proposed but the community voted it down so no reason to purchase front lot because we (RMA) already have the land.

John Kershaw

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