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Lead the way Mik

EDITOR:

What does it cost?

I have heard so many explanations about how the ballot initiatives are going to be just awful for El Dorado County and how they just might be tolerable. One of the ways to test these issues is to obtain a financial analysis of the impacts of these initiatives; and our Board of Supervisors should get this job done and done now.

Ron Mikulaco should lead this effort as the greatest impact of the initiatives will fall on El Dorado Hills, and we need to know. Refusing to lead this effort would be very bad for all the citizens of the Western Slope. Dig in Mr. Supervisor and get this job done.

STEVE FERRY
El Dorado Hills

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Posted by on Aug 28 2014.
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  1. The people’s vote will be the answer to this question and the people want to keep the remaining rural areas rural. People will reject developers and their pawns and any “studies” they come up with. Developers should start packing up now and hit the road back to LA and the Bay.

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