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Supervisor Mikulaco opens office in Town Center

Supervisor Ron Mikulaco stands by the sign directing constituents to his new satellite office. Village Life photo by Julie Samrick

District 1 Supervisor Ron “Mik” Mikulaco opened his satellite office in El Dorado Hills Town Center last week behind Mama Ann’s Deli facing Nugget Market.

“We’ve been hearing from people it’s too hard to get up the hill to be heard,”said Mikulaco’s assistant Cindy Munt. “We listened and now we’re here.”

The office will be open from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays or by appointment. Call (916) 943-8588.

“The county isn’t some mysterious place,” said Mikulaco. “We’re here. Stop by and tell us what’s on your mind.”

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  1. Concerned Tax Payer

    Who is paying the rent here, I certainly hope it is not us tax payers. The county supplies a pefectly good office for our supervisor fifteen minutes away. Tell me Ron, why do you find this satellite office so necessary, and who is paying your rent?

  2. I think this is great – surely if we want Supervisor Mik to represent us, he needs to be available to talk about the issues. Supervisor Santiago has an office in Tahoe as well, and that makes sense for the two farthest representatives in a large county. Let’s see how it goes? (also, it’s more than an hour roundtrip for some of his constituents)

  3. Supervisor Mikulaco has my thanks for opening an EDH office. Even in retirement, the trip to Placerville is an obstacle to communications. EDH is by far the largest community in the County: By comparison with the rest of California, we should have five city councilmen and local staff. We actually have one County Supervisors and no local staff. Our challenge is to use this local presence for everyone’s benefit. We have the needs, let’s communicate them with our sole representative in local government as effectively as possible.

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