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Mirna Pearlman, El Dorado Hills: “Pretty bad. When I first moved here 19 years ago you could still see the hills, oak trees. No developments.”

Alyssa Alvarez, El Dorado Hills: "Hashtag, anti-growth."
Betty Batelaan, Folsom: "We come up to El Dorado Country for Starbucks, and we don't really travel far up the road. It doesn't really affect us."
Matt Pearlman, El Dorado Hills: "I think it's already pretty congested."
Mirna Pearlman, El Dorado Hills: "Pretty bad. When I first moved here 19 years ago you could still see the hills, oak trees. No developments."
Ray Batelaan, Folsom: "It won't affect us. We moved here from L.A., so no amount of traffic affects us. (Housing developers) should help pay for the impact it has in the community."

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