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Village Life making some changes

Next Wednesday Village Life readers will find a surprise in their mailboxes — our paper.

“It will no longer be tied, rolled, bagged and tossed in your driveway,” said Publisher Richard Esposito. “That’s a plus.”

This change in distribution from carrier to postal worker allows us to rotate delivery to El Dorado Hills neighborhoods based on postal zones, meaning more neighborhoods will receive Village Life, Esposito added. The paper will reach most neighborhoods once or twice a month.

There is no charge for this occasional delivery. Those who want “guaranteed delivery” every week are invited to subscribe to Village Life for $20 a year. To subscribe call (530) 344-5000.

Drop locations like Raley’s, the El Dorado Hills Community Services District and the El Dorado Hills Library will remain unchanged.

“As the most recent torch bearers for what began as a CSD newsletter, “Voice of the Village,” we strive to continue to retain that original voice, to engage this community and be an important source of community news, information and analysis that can’t be found anywhere else,” said reporter Mike Roberts. “The planned distribution changes, along with the new website, create a foundation that positions us to continue to serve you for years to come.

“Whether it’s youth sports, the latest developments at your fire district, the new restaurant in Town Center or simply our ever present man-on-the-street feature “People Talk,” stay in touch with your community by reading Village Life,” he added.

As always the news is posted and regularly updated on villagelife.com.

“Our online readers will find more news every day on our website,” said Managing Editor Noel Stack. “Check it out and, as always, thanks for reading Village Life — digital and print.”

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