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EDHCSD candidate: Noelle Mattock

El Dorado Hills native Noelle Mattock said she is running for her third term on the El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors because she thinks “there is more work to be done.” Mattock, 47, was in Oak Ridge High School’s third graduating class and said her commitment to El Dorado Hills “runs deep.” One […]

October 05, 2016 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

Noelle Mattock ready to roll in second term

A self-described “policy geek,” El Dorado Hills Community Services District board member Noelle Mattock asserts that her job as a legislative analyst provides a valuable window into what’s going on in Sacramento. The 43-year-old running for second term said she brings a wonky ability to grasp and explain a wide range of complex legislation, be it […]

October 17, 2012 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

EDCOE Charter College & Career Prep provides new opportunities

The El Dorado County Office of Education’s Charter College & Career Prep began this school year with myriad of new services that emphasize early college participation and success with hands-on learning experiences. The charter alternative program, located on EDCOE’s main campus in Placerville, combined their college and career programs to create more opportunities for students.

Open letter to CSD board

EDITOR: Noelle Mattock, Ben Paulsen and Allan Priest: On Aug. 10 you voted to proceed with the El Dorado Hills Community Services District’s plans to allow a mountain bike trail in the southern half of New York Creek. This area was deeded to CSD 30 years ago after CSD publicly promised to preserve this area […]

August 23, 2017 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Tagged ,

CSD makes ‘compromise’ decision on trail

The El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors voted 3-1 at its meeting last Thursday night to keep the New York Creek Trail pedestrian only in its narrowest section by Jackson Elementary School but permitting bikes from the power lines to St. Andrews Drive. It was a decision EDHCSD General Manager Kevin Loewen […]

August 16, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

Enter the whacky world of ‘Wonka’

El Dorado Musical Theatre actors invite you to join them on a sweet adventure as they explore the zany and magical world of “Willy Wonka.” In this fun-filled fantasy, Willy Wonka is searching for an heir to his chocolate factory. Five golden tickets have been hidden in Willy Wonka chocolate bars. The winners, who turn out […]

July 05, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Tagged ,

Residents disagree on best plan for trail

Approximately 75 people attended a community stakeholder meeting Saturday morning to see if a consensus could be arrived at regarding the fate of a one-mile stretch of the New York Creek Trail.

In early 2017 the El Dorado Hills Community Services District, which owns and maintains the trail, sent notices to 20 homeowners who live between Jackson Elementary and Falkirk Way that the district would be widening the trail to 8 feet to safely make it multi-use while retaining the wooded characteristics of the area.

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