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Joe McNeilly

Rosemary reunited with her owner

Cameron Park resident Alec Nygard was reunited with his dog Rosemary April 14. The dog, a miniature doberman/chihuahua mix, escaped from Nygard’s Berry Avenue home April 4 and was found and dropped off at the Sacramento County Bradshaw Animal Shelter later that day. As Rosemary had no microchip or ID tag, the shelter had no […]

May is Mental Health Month

May is National Mental Health Month. “Mental Health Month is an important time to promote mental wellness for all,” said Jamie Samboceti, Deputy Director of El Dorado County Behavioral Health Services. “Another goal of the campaign is to reduce the stigma sometimes associated with mental illness and share information about local mental health resources.” Studies […]

Local teen seeking funds for service dog

Isabel “Isa” Rutten, 17, is a junior in high school who loves math and reading. One of her favorite things to do is puppy sit. When she joined the local Guide Dogs for the Blind group, she wanted to raise a puppy of her own. However, she quickly realized that she was physically unable due […]

Fresh faces at the CSD

Two new faces are brightening the offices of the Cameron Park Community Services District. Curtis Osze and Miranda Nelson started their new jobs at the CSD back in January. Cameron Park Life caught up with them to see how they’re settling into their new positions. Miranda Nelson, marketing/community outreach specialist What is your role at […]

Get a jump on summer fun with Cameron Park CSD programs

Summer is almost here. Kids will be out of school soon and they’ll need fun activities. We have lots of programs available for them. Summer Kidz Kamp is a week long program for ages 6-13. They will spend the week doing games, swimming, gymnastics, cooking, arts and crafts, time at Cameron Park Lake and time […]

Burn permits required starting in May

Residential burn permits will be required beginning Monday May 1st. These permits are issued to the public free of charge, are valid for three years from the date of issuance and allows for the burning of dry landscape vegetation (not household trash) that originates from the landowners property. You can pick up your free residential burn permit […]

GM Cahill resigns from CSD

General Manager Mary Cahill has resigned from the Cameron Park Community Services District, CPCSD President Scott McNeil told Cameron Park Life. Following a closed session meeting of the CPCSD board of directors on April 6, district staff was notified that Cahill was on administrative leave. Cahill tendered her resignation to President McNeil on April 10. […]

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