New hotel will hold hiring event

If you’re looking for signs that the Murieta Inn and Spa is heading toward its opening, here’s one. It’s holding a staffing event 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at 14670 Cantova Way. The hotel wants to hire temporary bartenders, food servers and cooks to work outside catering events during the hotel’s pre-opening phase, September through December. There’s more information here.

Summerfest makes final call for sponsors

SummerfestSummerfest’s food trucks, which have become a summertime Sunday-dinner option this year, will be part of the upcoming Summerfest carnival, Sept. 9 and 10 at Stonehouse Park. Summerfest, a nonprofit volunteer organization that raises funds for Rancho Murieta projects, still has sponsorship opportunities available. Read more »

County says Stonehouse work will last a month

Escuela Drive

Sacramento County says a long-planned Stonehouse Road project – lowering the hill just north of  Escuela Drive – will begin next month and close Stonehouse Road for four weeks. The work is estimated to cost $551,000. It is designed to make Escuela Drive safe for inbound and outbound traffic and allow the community to put a gate there.

Once again, Boys Ranch future is uncertain

Boys Ranch

Sacramento County’s hopes of placing a horse-rescue organization in the old Boys Ranch on Scott Road won't be realized, so the county says it will search for another tenant – but the possibilities won’t include a correctional facility or halfway house. Read more »

Country Club relives our Hot August Nights

Hot August Nights

Actually, the evening was rather delightful, but still they were calling it Hot August Nights at the Country Club Saturday night. As the event was getting under way at sundown, people circulated among the classic cars parked near the clubhouse before heading to the Terrace Lounge and patio for live music and food and a best-dressed contest. Click photo for larger image.

Raley's introduces itself to Rancho Murieta

Raley's

Raley's representatives Chelsea Minor and Mark Henriott talked with the Kiwanis Club. Click photo for larger image.

Two representatives of Raley's visited Rancho Murieta Thursday night, fielding questions from nearly 100 people at the Kiwanis Club's meeting. Audience members asked about a wide range of topics: Will it be a Raley's? Will there be a pharmacy? What about the rumors of another supermarket opening in the Plaza Foods space? Read more »

Four running for two CSD board seats

CSD candidates

Four candidates have filed to run for two seats in this fall’s Community Services District board election, and an incumbent director is running unopposed for the remainder of his term. Read more »

Security logs, Aug. 6-15

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for Aug. 6-15, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

RMA will spend $31,000 for Joaquin pumps

Red square See the RMA meeting on video here

Taking a step to address the problem of midge flies at Laguna Joaquin, the Rancho Murieta Association board Tuesday night approved the purchase of five pumps, for $31,368, to oxygenate the water, despite concerns that it's doing the work of the Community Services District. The board also got an update on the community’s fiber network and TV/internet subscriber counts. Read more »

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