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New laundromat opening in Cameron Park

Cameron Park has been without a laundromat for more than a year, but that’s about to change. Sierra Laundry, owned by El Dorado Hills residents Greg and Rita Ferrero, is opening a new location in Cameron Park this month in the shopping center at 3000 Green Valley Road. The facility will offer 18 large capacity washers and 24 […]

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Hometown Hero: Joshua Pepper

U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Joshua F. Pepper graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also […]

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Ponderosa choirs shine at Heritage Festivals

Ponderosa High School sent three choir groups to the Heritage Music Festivals in Santa Clara and brought home a veritable mountain of awards and honors. Choirs and bands from all over the country, plus one from Canada, performed at the event. The Acabellas group won first place with a gold rating and the Adjucator’s Choral […]

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June is the month to be “Set”

Tim Streblow Cal Fire Interim Unit Chief Amador-El Dorado As the weather begins to warm and we see our hills turn from green to brown, we must keep the threat of wildfire on our minds. June is the month to be “Set,” one component of the “Ready, Set, Go” wildfire preparedness plan.  After we have […]

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Supervisors get preview of proposed project

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors hosted a conceptual review of a proposed housing development between Rescue and Cameron Park on May 23. Shore Springs Partners based in Palo Alto introduced Pomerol Vineyard Estates, a medium- to high-density residential subdivision on 130 acres north of Green Valley Road on the site of the former […]

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CSD employee: Cahill investigation focused on alleged bullying

A Cameron Park Community Services District employee who spoke on condition of anonymity told Cameron Park Life the law firm Liebert Cassiday Whitmore was hired by the CPCSD Board of Directors to conduct an investigation into allegations of bullying and harassment of district employees by recently resigned General Manager Mary Cahill. District employees became increasingly upset with […]

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Cameron Park hires interim GM

The Cameron Park Community Services District has hired Richard J. Ramirez to serve as interim general manager. Ramirez has a long track record of public service IN the role, including city manager positions in Paso Robles, Hemet and American Canyon; assistant city manager in Sacramento; and several interim positions, including interim general manager at the El Dorado […]

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