The Rancho Murieta Association board learned this week about the Cosumnes Crusher, a 38-mile inaugural bike event planned to pass through the community on May 4. Neighbor Mike Walker of the Murieta Trail Stewardship, which is coordinating the race, spoke about it at Tuesday’s RMA meeting. Read more »Read more » about Bike event planned for RM on May 4
The statement read Tuesday night by Alex Bauer, RMA board president:
The Rancho Murieta Board of Directors is elected to oversee the business of the association, and we operate all meeting procedures in alignment with the rules of the Davis-Sterling Act which guide our actions and decision-making process. As elected representatives of this community, it is our responsibility to conduct all business meetings in an orderly, respectful and timely manner, and to not tolerate or permit unruly or excessive interruption or disrespectful behavior.
Greenfield Communications won’t be transferring its lease of the Rancho Murieta cable system to another company, it was announced Thursday. Instead, starting immediately, Greenfield said it will change its internet and TV offerings, adding a new gigabit-speed internet service – 10 times the present top speed. The TV packages are being shuffled to reflect DISH Network requirements and to offer the best overall values, the company said. Read more »Read more » about Greenfield is staying – with new services