Cable will be disrupted overnight in lower North area

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Rancho Murieta Association cable crews will be working overnight in the Lago, Carreta and Brisa areas, starting at about 2 a.m. and wrapping up by 7 a.m. Friday, according to General Manager David Stiffler. Read more » about Cable will be disrupted overnight in lower North area

Soaring propane bills prompt meeting with supplier

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So how's your propane bill?  There's a meeting Thursday to talk with the community's supplier. Read more » about Soaring propane bills prompt meeting with supplier

RMA work today on cable system could cause disruptions

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The Rancho Murieta Association says it's working on the cable system today -- making adjustments and balancing the system -- which could cause brief service disruptions in the North and South.  The work should be complete by 5 p.m., according to General Manager David Stiffler. Read more » about RMA work today on cable system could cause disruptions

Speakers urge CSD to consider having one governing body for Murieta

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Other topics: CSD board pursues RMA on legal expenses ... Security survey presented ... Rio Oso tank repair ... Recycled water disposal

It's time to consolidate Rancho Murieta's different governing bodies into one, speakers told the Community Services District board at Wednesday night's meeting. Read more » about Speakers urge CSD to consider having one governing body for Murieta

Cable system and youth drug problem are topics at RMA meeting

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Click for topic: Aftermath of cable vote ... Anti-drug effort ... Survey of development area ... Airing RMA meetings

[Full story published Feb. 20] The cable system and drug use by juveniles were the topics that drew the most comment at the 2½-hour Rancho Murieta Association board meeting Tuesday night. Read more » about Cable system and youth drug problem are topics at RMA meeting

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

Community vote says RMA cable should be optional

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John Weatherford and George Roper, proponents of a proposal to make basic cable TV service optional, observed as a committee led by Richard Silvis, left, counted votes on the issue Tuesday at the Rancho Murieta Association Building. The committee -- Richard and Mary Silvis, Bob Pritchard, Bob Andrews and Dick Stevens -- began counting the 1,030 votes at 9 a.m. and finished at noon. The RMA released the results of the advisory vote in the early evening. The RMA reported the vote was 806 yes (RMA cable should be optional) and 224 no. That's 78 percent favoring optional participation. Read more » about Community vote says RMA cable should be optional

As voting is closed, RMA completes cable improvements

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Against a backdrop of controversy and criticism, efforts to improve the Rancho Murieta Association cable system have moved forward and are nearing completion. Read more » about As voting is closed, RMA completes cable improvements

Small Claims Court rules against RMA in exclusive use lawsuit

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Sacramento Small Claims Court has ruled in favor of neighbor Wilbur Haines' lawsuit against the Rancho Murieta Association's interpretation of requirements to grant exclusive uses of common land. Read more » about Small Claims Court rules against RMA in exclusive use lawsuit

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

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