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Dixon Ranch development denied

At the end of a five-hour, standing-room-only El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meeting Feb. 14, Supervisors John Hidahl, Shiva Frentzen and Michael Ranalli voted to deny approval of the Dixon Ranch subdivision. Supervisors Brian Veerkamp and Sue Novasel favored future consideration of a revised version of the project but opposed full denial. Dixon Ranch […]

3 Comments / February 17, 2017 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Dixon Ranch off the agenda

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors opted 4-0 to indefinitely postpone a hearing on the development plan known as the Dixon Ranch. Board Chairman Ron Mikulaco recused himself from the discussion and the vote, citing a potential conflict of interest because he owns property within 500 feet of the project’s boundaries. Beginning on a quirky […]

1 Comment / March 11, 2016 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Development approved: Dixon Ranch gets the go-ahead

After a four-hour hearing the El Dorado County Planning Commission approved the Dixon Ranch residential development at its Jan. 14 meeting. Located in El Dorado Hills, the development proposes 604 new single-family homes on 280 acres on the south side of Green Valley Road near Malcolm Dixon Road. A 5-acre lot is carved out to accommodate an existing residence in the area. […]

Comments Off on Development approved: Dixon Ranch gets the go-ahead / January 18, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Dixon Ranch review delayed

Weather and a recusal factored into the El Dorado County Planning Commission putting off a decision regarding the Dixon Ranch planned development in El Dorado Hills. To be located on 280 acres south of Green Valley Road, near its intersection with Malcolm Dixon Road, the proposed project includes 605 single-family residential units, 84 acres of open space, a […]

Comments Off on Dixon Ranch review delayed / December 14, 2015 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Dixon Ranch goes to Planning Commission

The completed environmental impact report for the proposed 280-acre Dixon Ranch housing development goes to the El Dorado County Planning Commission for a vote Thursday, Dec. 10. Located behind the strawberry stand on Green Valley Road, about 44 percent of the oak trees will be replaced with housing according to the plan. Supervisor Ron Mikulaco and District […]

Comments Off on Dixon Ranch goes to Planning Commission / December 07, 2015 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Dixon Ranch dissenters point to project’s flaws

El Dorado County staff hosted a public workshop to discuss the proposed Dixon Ranch residential project before the Planning Commission last Thursday. While no action was taken, it was an opportunity for the commissioners to learn about the project and hear from concerned residents prior to public hearing on the applications and final environmental impact […]

Comments Off on Dixon Ranch dissenters point to project’s flaws / March 02, 2015 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Dixon Ranch scoping meeting gets hot

As public floggings go, this one could have been much worse. El Dorado County Development Services Director Roger Trout was master of ceremonies on June 27 for an environmental “scoping” meeting for the Dixon Ranch residential development project. The 714-lot development sits on 280 acres of the historic Dixon Ranch, a relatively flat spot south […]

Comments Off on Dixon Ranch scoping meeting gets hot / July 02, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »



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