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Please address the public’s concerns

EDITOR: A letter to the CSD Board of Directors: It has been almost four months since Mr. Skeel was placed on administrative leave.  Certainly in this amount of time a reasonable board could come up with reasonable goals for a man who they selected above all others less than a year earlier. At the CSD […]

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Student arrested in sex case

Amanda Williams A teenage boy accused of inappropriate sexual conduct was taken into custody at an El Dorado Hills middle school May 5, according to sheriff’s officials. El Dorado County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Rolling Hills Middle School to investigate a report of inappropriate behavior by a 16-year-old teen. Deputies located and detained the juvenile, […]

Town Center apartment plan back

Two years after plans for an apartment complex in the heart of Town Center were placed on hold, the developer has submitted an altered plan to the county. Public comments are being accepted on its Draft Environmental Impact Report through May 8. The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors gave conceptual approval in late 2014 […]

One Book author Wes Moore to speak at Sac State

California State University, Sacramento News release Wes Moore, author of California State University, Sacramento’s 2016-17 One Book selection “The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates” is the keynote speaker for the DEGREES (Dedicated to Educating, Graduating and Retaining Educational Equity Students) project’s annual recognition ceremony from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 1, in […]

CPCSD board buying tree, getting ready for YouTube

The Cameron Park Community Services District Board of Directors addressed a variety of topics at its March 16 meeting. The board agreed 4-0 (Director Amy Blackmon was absent) to proceed with the acquisition of a new tree for Christa McAuliffe Park. The tree is to be planted at the site of the Christa McAuliffe monument and […]

April 04, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

Park permit appeal strikes out

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to deny an appeal from the Cameron Park Community Services District regarding the district’s special use permit for Rasmussen Park. The decision means the T-ball field at the site will remain closed and the proposed bocce ball courts are on hold until CPCSD staff devises a […]

April 04, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

Top students leave their mark on essay contest

What do you feel should be the most pressing goal of the new president? The topic for this year’s Fred Winn Democratic Party Essay Contest sponsored by Democrats of El Dorado County encouraged local high school juniors and seniors to consider the issues facing America under President Trump. The $1,500 first place prize went to James Yoon […]

April 05, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,
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