Security

Murieta Market hit by overnight burglary

Break-in

On Saturday afternoon, plywood replaced the glass broken the night before.

A burglar broke the door at Murieta Market overnight, went in and stole a half-dozen bottles of liquor, Security said Saturday afternoon. Read more »

A chance to weigh in on Security's future

If you want to participate in the Community Services District's survey about Security – and every Murietan should want to – here's your chance. It has 33 multiple-choice questions or statements. Your answers will help determine the future of Security.

The online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ranchomurieta Read more »

60 Murietans participate in security meeting

Security meeting

Consultant Brandon R. Kehl leads the discussion about security issues and the future.

About 60 people took part in Thursday’s Community Services District conversation on Rancho Murieta’s Security operation and how it should be structured in the future. One key consideration is how the community might buy and implement a system of security cameras to extend the reach of Security without the cost of human staffers. 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 »

You're invited to meeting on Security Feb. 23

Community members are invited to a discussion of Rancho Murieta Security -- how it should be structured in the future and how a communitywide camera system might be deployed. The session, put on by the Community Services District, will be held 6:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Country Club. It will be conducted by Burns & McDonnell, an international consulting firm hired by CSD to study Security operations. The study is expected to recommend future paths to address development and increased population.

Meeting the community's new Security chief

Security open house

Murietans dropped by the Community Services District Building Tuesday to say howdy to Paul Wagner, the community's new Security chief. (Here's his background.) Pam and Dallas Broussard, foreground, who've lived in the community less than a year, talk with Wagner about how they can help Security. Listening are CSD Director John Merchant and General Manager Darlene Thiel.

How will Security handle the future Murieta?

The question of how to re-engineer Security to handle the community’s future returned to the Community Services District board Wednesday, with new directors weighing in on the question. The board also elected new officers. Read more »

CSD OK's plan to spend security impact fees

At its September meeting, the Community Services District board weathered a disagreement about surveillance camera use to approve a policy for spending a one-time security impact fee paid by developers. Read more »

CSD introduces RM's new Security chief

The Community Services District introduced new Security Chief Paul Wagner at Friday’s Security Committee meeting – his 10th day on the job and the fifth working without his predecessor. Read more »

How much paper do we use in a year?

Gate passes

No, this isn't Security Chief Greg Remson packing up his things. Thursday morning, he was helping bring in what he described as about a year's worth of gate passes – more than two dozen boxes' worth.

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