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Lets move on and address EID’s issues

EDITOR: Thank you for your commentary. Yes, it is a ‘new Day’ for EID. The voters of Division 5 issued a referendum on the status quo of EID, they aren’t happy with it. It is my intention to represent the concerns of my constituents: reducing EID costs, stopping the excess spending, getting a handle on […]

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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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School takes steps to stop student vaping

After what Oak Ridge High School Principal Aaron Palm called “high levels of vaping use on campus,” the school staff is working to stop the trend by closing all but two school restrooms during class times and during lunch a campus monitor is outside each restroom, monitoring who enters and how many students are in […]

Message from EID: Conservative financial planning pays off

As the El Dorado Irrigation District gets closer to completing its yearly update to the five-year capital improvement plan, this is an important moment to think about the immense interconnected complex of infrastructure that makes EID’s services so reliable — and what it takes to keep them that way. EID is caring for a system […]

The wheels on her bus go round and round

There are some basic rules to effectively transport children to and from school.

Rule No. 1: A school bus driver should enjoy being around children who have the potential to be talkative, hyper and sometimes even disruptive.

Rule No 2: A school bus driver should be patient, kind, communicative and in touch with how a student is feeling on any given day.

CSD buttons up draft budget

For the first time in months, all five directors were present at the Cameron Park Community Services District board meeting. The most pressing issue of the night was the adoption of the draft Fiscal year 2017-18 budget. The board passed the draft budget unanimously, noting that work on the district’s finances needs to continue through […]

Supes nip medical marijuana registry in the bud

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors initiated changes to the county’s outdoor medical marijuana policies Tuesday but opted out of the controversial proposal that would have required those growing marijuana for medicinal purposes to register. Several speakers spoke against staff’s recommendation for a registry, calling it an undue burden on medical marijuana users and […]


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