Start planning donations to Sweats for Vets

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The holidays aren’t far off, so it’s time to start thinking about Sweats for Vets, the annual collection effort headed up by Kiwanis. They’re seeking items for men and women – sweat shirts (and sweatpants and jackets), thermal underwear, sports bras, socks, warm gloves and hats, jackets, blankets and tennis shoes. Items will be donated to the Sacramento V.A. Medical Center at Mather. Drop off your donations by Dec. 10 at the Rancho Murieta Business Center.  Read more » about Start planning donations to Sweats for Vets

RMA heads for $4 monthly dues increase

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Following a budget workshop last week, the Rancho Murieta Association is headed for a 2.96 percent dues increase of $4 a month.  If the proposed 2018 budget is approved, the monthly assessment RMA members pay would be $139 starting in January. Read more » Read more » about RMA heads for $4 monthly dues increase

Security logs, Sept. 12-Oct. 4

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Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for Sept. 12-Oct. 4, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more » Read more » about Security logs, Sept. 12-Oct. 4

Up and over at the Equestrian Center

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Horse show

The Sacramento International Horse Show has been in residence over the last week at the Murieta Equestrian Center. Neighbor Paul Anderson, whose work was recently featured as part of the SOLOS calendar, got this shot. (Click photo for larger image.) Read more » about Up and over at the Equestrian Center

Garden Club offers workshop on staghorn ferns

CSD introduces new GM to Rancho Murieta

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Mark Martin

The Community Services District held an open house Friday afternoon to introduce the community to Mark Martin, the new general manager. He has been Stockton’s assistant director of community development. The prior general manager, Darlene Thiel, left in July for a job in Florida. (Click photo for larger image.) Read more » about CSD introduces new GM to Rancho Murieta

Landlords challenge club on sale possibilities

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Carol Anderson Ward and John Sullivan – longtime Murietans, Country Club members and more recently North developers and owners of the club’s land – say club officials are promoting a fiction in this month’s election when they give the impression there are ongoing talks with Bob Husband about the possible purchase of the club. Further, Ward and Sullivan say they’re no longer interested in selling to Husband. Read more » Read more » about Landlords challenge club on sale possibilities

'Meet the Candidates' at the Country Club

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Rancho Murieta Country Club held  a “Meet the Candidates Night” Tuesday, with more than 100 people on hand when the session started and only a few dozen still there two-plus hours later, when it ended. Here you can listen to the candidates’ opening statements, as they offer their qualifications and beliefs, accompanied by photos taken as they spoke. Read more » Read more » about 'Meet the Candidates' at the Country Club

Is club buyer still in the game? He says yes

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At last week’s Country Club town hall meeting, the name of prospective buyer Bob Husband came up multiple times. The club claimed he’s still a potential buyer. The landlord called that a lie. So is Husband still interested? He says yes. Read more » Read more » about Is club buyer still in the game? He says yes

CSD acts on personnel, but not trails and fees

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The Community Services District moved ahead on personnel matters at its September meeting but delayed action on a master trails map and updating developer fees. The board tabled agenda items related to drilling a well for emergency use. Read more » Read more » about CSD acts on personnel, but not trails and fees

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