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Julie Samrick

Here fishy, fishy

You don’t need to go far to take your child or grandchild to fish. The El Dorado Hills Community Services District, in partnership with the county Fish & Game Commission, will plant 350 freshwater fish in total this Friday morning, June 23, at Governor’s Park and restocking the fish at Serrano’s Village Green pond.

Bingham among select few in Scouts

When there’s a will there’s a way and El Dorado Hills Eagle Scout Ty Bingham, 18, kept his eye on the prize, earning all 137 Boy Scouts of America merit badges, well beyond the 21 needed to earn his Eagle Scout award and placing him in the company of a very select few. Ty earned […]

Second Safeway confirmed in EDH

A 103,000-square-foot Safeway shopping center is coming to Bass Lake Road and Serrano Parkway as early as 2018, with site work slated to begin this summer.

Serrano Associates has sold the land to Donohue Schriber Realty Group for an undisclosed amount. The parties are currently in escrow.

Taz defeat GB Gators

The El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils swim team traveled to Granite Bay Saturday with a short roster of swimmers yet still rallied to beat the Granite Bay Gators, bringing Taz’ dual meet record so far this season to 3-1. “We showed up in Granite Bay with one-third of our team out for various reasons, yet […]

Sierra Vista spikes onto the volleyball scene

Despite several options for girls’ volleyball clubs in the region, Placerville-based Sierra Vista Volleyball Club is the fastest growing club in the foothills for girls ages 10 to 18. The club was formed in 2014 by Scott and Sharee Faber and they recruited their director of coaching and El Dorado Hills resident Mary-Ellen Towne, who […]

Completed fence brings community together, highlights range

El Dorado Hills Community Services District staff, its board of directors and volunteers who constructed a split-rail fence during the past few months along El Dorado Hills Boulevard gathered last week to celebrate the project’s completion at a ribbon cutting. In all, 146 volunteers built the fence, including six Eagle Scout candidates (Jacob Bassett, Aldo […]

EDH residents challenge Folsom development plans

El Dorado Hills residents whose homes back to the Folsom boundary south of the freeway rallied to thwart a plan last week as construction on the first phase of the Folsom South Area Plan to build 10,000 homes gets under way.

Residents in the Rolling Hills Community Services District jurisdiction, including Stonebriar, Shadow Hills Estates and Springfield Meadows, asked for a special meeting with their Board of Directors after learning that sleepy Prima Drive would be jutted west to create a 25 mph, two-lane access road to connect the first new development, Folsom Heights, to El Dorado Hills.

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