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Property damaged in storms elligible for property tax relief

Property damaged in the recent winter storms are eligible for immediate property tax relief, according to El Dorado County Assessor Karl Weiland. Provisions of the Revenue and Taxation code immediately reduce the assessed value in recognition of loss caused by storm damage, Weiland said. In order to qualify for relief,the loss in value must exceed $10,000 and a […]

Comments Off on Property damaged in storms elligible for property tax relief / February 22, 2017 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Active citizenship

EDITOR: Recently I’ve been exercising my rights as an American citizen. I have always voted and read various papers and publications to keep informed of our government. But whether my candidate has won or lost an election, until now I’ve always believed our democracy to be safe. Today I fear it is at stake due […]

6 Comments / February 15, 2017 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

My Turn: Drought, flood and flow — time for changes

In California drought and flood cycles seem to go hand in hand. It is part of nature. Residents are forced to ration water one year and watch it go out the Golden Gate the next. For decades state officials rally around a water crisis, yet grapple with making hard decisions to reduce risk of the next […]

Comments Off on My Turn: Drought, flood and flow — time for changes / February 14, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Car slams into apartment house in Cameron Park

Cindy Elissague got an unexpected wake-up call Feb. 1 when an allegedly drunk driver slammed into her Cameron Park apartment, plowing through the wall and into a couch where she was sound asleep. Elissague said she heard tires screeching and the next thing she knew there was a car in her living room. Visibly shaken by […]

Comments Off on Car slams into apartment house in Cameron Park / February 07, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life,Feature Photos | Read More »

Neighbors oppose trail upgrade

When neighbors backing up to sections of New York Creek Nature Preserve received a letter from the El Dorado Hills Community Services District on Jan. 18 stating that imminent work would begin between the end of January and early March, weather permitting, to widen portions of the dirt trail between Jackson Elementary and the CSD […]

15 Comments / February 07, 2017 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Delay the DOL Fiduciary Rule

EDITOR: Please ask President Trump to delay the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule. The annuity industry is working hard to comply with the rule by April 10 but there are still hundreds of questions the department has yet to answer. The first DOL FAQ issued last October created even more questions and didn’t address substantially more. […]

2 Comments / February 01, 2017 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Planners OK Bass Lake North development

A 90-home residential development within the Bass Lake Hills Specific Plan was approved by the El Dorado County Planning Commission at its Jan. 26 meeting. The 38.6 acre lot is located north of Highway 50, east of Bass Lake Road and bounded by Sienna Ridge Road to the west in El Dorado Hills. The developer, […]

Comments Off on Planners OK Bass Lake North development / February 01, 2017 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »



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