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Glen Krakow, El Dorado Hills: “It was all about the schools. I got transferred to Rancho from San Diego and we looked up the school scores. I started my own business nine years ago and love it here.”

Gina Johnston, El Dorado Hills: “It was between this and Granite Bay. El Dorado Hills has more of a small community feel. At heart I’m a small town girl.”
Glen Krakow, El Dorado Hills: “It was all about the schools. I got transferred to Rancho from San Diego and we looked up the school scores. I started my own business nine years ago and love it here.”
Joe Benguerel, El Dorado Hills: “We moved here from Sonoma about nine years ago because we had a young family and it was more affordable. We saw the hills, the trees and the mountains in the distance and loved it. Rocklin and Roseville were also possibilities, but they are so flat.”
O.C. Ninan, El Dorado Hills: “I liked it because it’s a planned community with good recreation opportunities and great schools. My daughter is at Oak Ridge.”
Ron Gibbs, El Dorado Hills: “Where am I again? I retired here in 1971. There was no one here.”

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