CSD to begin twice-a-month meetings

The Community Services District board meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday, part of its experiment to hold two board meetings a month instead of one board meeting and a string of committee meetings.  Among the agenda items are a look back at the Aug. 21 development meeting and a conversation about midge flies at Laguna Joaquin. The agenda is the attachment below.

ETC wraps up another season at the lake

Tainted Love

Red square Gallery: 33 photos of the crowd and the performance

How much richer are our summers since the arrival of Entertainment, Theatre & Culture 13 years ago? It’s tough to say goodbye to another season of music, but as soon as Saturday night’s season-ending show got under way at Lake Clementia Amphitheater, you knew the crowd of 1,100-plus was in for a good evening. There were pleasant temperatures, a full moon rising over the lake and Tainted Love bringing back the music of the ‘80s.  The Bay Area-based band opened with Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Van Halen, Whitney Houston and John Mellencamp -- and the dance floor was positively jammed, the biggest dance turnout of the season. ETC also awarded its 2015 scholarship, $2,000, to Ajuney Hora, who won the group’s essay contest with a piece about the magic of music, especially fitting on this night.

Gate passes available for Summerfest weekend

If you have guests coming for Summerfest Sept. 11-12, you can pick up gate passes and get them to your guests ahead of time.  Just like July 4, you can pick up five free passes at the Rancho Murieta Association office for your visitors.  Additional passes are available for $5 each.  Getting the passes to your visitors before the big day helps take pressure off the North Gate security operation.

Security logs, July 30-Aug. 23

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for July 30-Aug. 23, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

CSD says goodbye to departing director

The Community Services District board had kind words for a departing director at its August meeting, discussed problems getting the community’s Parks Committee rolling again and backed away from spending $31,000 in hopes of getting grants to help develop recycled water infrastructure. Read more »

RMA seeks candidates for two board seats

The Rancho Murieta Association board is looking for candidates for two board seats that come up in this fall's election. If you're interested in serving, here's the information you'll need and the forms. Read more »

Retreats project map heads for final OK

Approval of the final map for the Retreats West project is on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors’ Tuesday meeting agenda. The item is one of 50 consent items that will be approved with a single vote of the board at its 9:30 a.m. meeting. Read more »

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