RMA says it cannot honor proxy effort on cable system

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A newly acquired legal opinion says the Rancho Murieta Association cannot on its own stop using member dues to support the cable system, the RMA announced Thursday morning. The opinion is in response to an effort to gather proxy votes to make the RMA stop assessing unwilling members for cable services. Read more » about RMA says it cannot honor proxy effort on cable system

RMA upbeat about cable improvements and launch of new services

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The Rancho Murieta Association Communications Committee received an upbeat report about recently completed cable system improvements and reviewed plans for a new channel line-up Wednesday. Read more » about RMA upbeat about cable improvements and launch of new services

Fire officials pay second visit, again make case for radio tower

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Red square QuickPoll: Should RMA donate the tower site or negotiate the best price?

Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District officials made their second visit to the community in as many weeks with a community meeting Wednesday night. District Chief Don Mette used the 90-minute session to explain the workings and history of his department, the fire services received by area residents and the need for better radio reception here for public-safety workers. Read more » about Fire officials pay second visit, again make case for radio tower

RMA, CSD closing gap in dispute over RMA handling of parks funds

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Rancho Murieta Association members received a letter from President Jack Cooper this week justifying the association's use of park facility funds to reimburse its legal expenditures for the pedestrian bridge. It was one of several recent letters about the legal fees. Read more » about RMA, CSD closing gap in dispute over RMA handling of parks funds

Effort to make RMA cable voluntary hits the streets

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Members of the group that wants to make participation in the Rancho Murieta Association cable system voluntary set up shop to gather signatures at the Plaza Saturday. Read more » about Effort to make RMA cable voluntary hits the streets

Court upholds neighbor's win in suit over RMA's exclusive-use policies

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A Superior Court judge has supported a neighbor's Small Claims Court victory in a disagreement with the Rancho Murieta Association over the RMA's handling of exclusive uses of common land. Read more » about Court upholds neighbor's win in suit over RMA's exclusive-use policies

Neighbors take first cut at planning park for South

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Representatives of a landscape architecture firm work with Murietans on the park's amenities.

A new park began to take shape Thursday evening when neighbors met with landscape architects to talk about what they want the 2.6-acre site to offer. The park site was carved out of a 21-acre lot in the Greens subdivision in Murieta South that includes wetland and tree-mitigation areas. Read more » about Neighbors take first cut at planning park for South

RMA committee takes steps to find alternatives to running cable system

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A special meeting of the Rancho Murieta Association Communications Committee was held Tuesday to establish a committee to quickly study alternatives to having the RMA run the cable system. Meanwhile, plans to launch new programming on the upgraded cable system, completed recently at a cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars, are still on hold. Read more » about RMA committee takes steps to find alternatives to running cable system

Court hears RMA appeal of ruling on exclusive use of common land

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A Superior Court judge on Friday heard the Rancho Murieta Association's appeal of a Small Claims Court decision about granting exclusive uses of common area. After a 40-minute hearing in Small Claims Court, Judge James Henke said he would review the documents in the case before making a decision. Read more » about Court hears RMA appeal of ruling on exclusive use of common land

RMA says it's willing to negotiate radio tower -- but in private

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Saying they were feeling stung about a private negotiation that the other side made public, the Rancho Murieta Association board of directors questioned fire and sheriff's officials Tuesday night about the possibility of putting a public-safety radio tower on RMA property. In the end, the board decided to resume its negotiations in private. Read more » about RMA says it's willing to negotiate radio tower -- but in private

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