Patrols stepped up, reward publicized following car burglaries

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In response to two nights of car break-ins involving more than a dozen vehicles, Community Services District Security has stepped up overnight patrols and publicized a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the burglars. Read more » about Patrols stepped up, reward publicized following car burglaries

Is news media allowed inside the gates? The answer is no

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A recent incident raised the question, and local officials delivered the answer: Members of the news media have no more rights than the general public when it comes to entering the gated community. Read more » about Is news media allowed inside the gates? The answer is no

CSD survey finds community gives high grades to Security operation

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The community's Security force and its gate operations got high grades in a Community Services District survey, but the survey says Murietans aren't sure about higher taxes to pay for more officers and they don't support expanding Security's powers. Read more » about CSD survey finds community gives high grades to Security operation

Teen drivers acknowledge skid marks on Lago came from racing

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When a car's lengthy skid marks appeared on Lago Drive last week, they prompted questions.  Read more » about Teen drivers acknowledge skid marks on Lago came from racing

Increase in CSD rates looks likely

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Director of administration resigns
Vote urged for new Security officer and tax increase

Residents can expect an increase in their monthly bill for water, sewer, drainage, security and garbage collection services as the Community Services District begins work on its 2008-2009 budget. Read more » about Increase in CSD rates looks likely

CSD will examine new community government, more Security staffing

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The Community Services District will start looking at different ways the community can be governed in the future and consider adding another patrol officer to the Security force. Read more » about CSD will examine new community government, more Security staffing

RMA protests CSD's claims about $88,000 withdrawal

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[Updated Jan. 21] The president of the Rancho Murieta Association appeared at the Community Services District board meeting Wednesday night to protest remarks made by a CSD director the night before at the RMA meeting, but he ended up agreeing that the RMA owes the parks fund money. The board also addressed a resident's problems with vandalism. Read more » about RMA protests CSD's claims about $88,000 withdrawal

RMA and CSD directors trade criticisms at RMA session

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The Rancho Murieta Association board criticized Security services provided to the community and had a 10-minute exchange with a Community Services District director who said the RMA has improperly taken $88,000 from the community's parks funds. Read more » about RMA and CSD directors trade criticisms at RMA session

Speeding by non-residents is being addressed, Security says

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A misunderstanding about non-residents who violate traffic rules was discussed by the Rancho Murieta Community Services District Security Committee Monday along with the emerging results of a security survey. Read more » about Speeding by non-residents is being addressed, Security says

One participant confesses to RMA Building vandalism

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Most acts of vandalism take place when no one's around. By the time they're discovered, the perpetrators are long gone.

That wasn't the case when a hundred or more decorative holiday light bulbs were unscrewed from their sockets, thrown at cars and smashed on the pavement at the Rancho Murieta Association Building Friday night.  (See coverage.)

While that was taking place outside, scores of kids were inside playing video games, eating pizza and drinking soda. It was the opening night of the Optimist Club's video arcade, a special event the club offers for the younger members of the community every year at this time. Read more » about One participant confesses to RMA Building vandalism

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