Sac County

County planners approve RM hotel project

Planning Commission

CSD General Manager Ed Crouse answered the Planning Commission's questions about infrastructure.

The hotel project planned for property across from Murieta Plaza won the recommendation of the Sacramento County Planning Commission Monday. A Rancho Murieta Community Services District representative told the planners construction contracts for a needed water treatment plant won't be awarded until developers come to the table with their share of funding. Read more »

Two-wheelers meet with MacGlashan

Roberta MacGlashan

Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan, left, poses with the Sacramento Bike Hikers, who stopped at Murieta Plaza Saturday morning during MacGlashan's 90-minute meet and greet with Rancho Murieta. The bikers were on the first leg of a round trip between Roseville and the Ione area.

County plans hearing on RM hotel proposal

The Sacramento County Planning Commission will hold a hearing next week to consider the Murieta Gardens hotel and extended stay project. While the county planning staff report recommends approval, it raises a question about the adequacy of water treatment capacity for the project.  The Rancho Murieta Community Services District granted provisional water service for the project until the new water treatment plant is constructed. But a report by the California Department of Public Health says the existing plant “is not adequate to meet further demand.” Read more »

Scott Road Bike and Walk Event is May 4

This year’s Scott Road Bike and Walk Event is scheduled for Sunday, May 4, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cyclists and pedestrians can enjoy the scenic route in safety because portions of Scott, White Rock and Placerville roads will be closed to through motor vehicle traffic as Sacramento County, El Dorado County, and the cities of Folsom and Rancho Cordova support regional “2014 May is Bike Month.” A map and information about the event are available in the attached flyer.

MacGlashan to meet community April 26

County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan will hold a meet and greet from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 26, at the Local Bean Cafe in Murieta Plaza.  It's your opportunity to meet MacGlashan and share ideas or concerns.

Drug Take-Back Day is Oct. 26

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department is partnering with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to collect potentially dangerous, expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for safe disposal on Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Four collection sites will be open Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as part of the national initiative. Read more »

County supervisor has coffee and conversation

Roberta MacGlashan

Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan held "office hours" at the Local Bean Café Saturday morning, and among the people who stopped by to discuss topics ranging from Scott Road and Stonehouse Road repairs to county plans for nearby Kiefer Landfill were, from left, Community Services District Director Bobbi Belton, Rancho Murieta Association directors Sam Somers Sr. and Jim Moore, and John Merchant, past RMA and CSD president.

MacGlashan will be at Local Bean Saturday

Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan will be available to answer your questions at the Local Bean Café Saturday from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Residents are invited to stop by the Murieta Plaza shop to meet the supervisor and discuss issues with her.

MacGlashan meets RM (a few of us anyway)

Roberta MacGlashan

A handful of Rotary members met Wednesday night with county Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan.  The meeting had been scheduled for the Country Club, but fantasy football drafts seemed to be the evening's priority there, so it was moved to the Rancho Murieta Association Building, where a group of martial-arts kids were using the main room.  The conference room is where MacGlashan met the Rotarians, who sipped wine and munched cookies as she talked about a variety of things: Read more »

Do you know the way to Rancho M?

Rancho Murieta sign

The Sacramento County Department of Transportation installed a half-dozen signs on White Rock, Scott, Latrobe and Jackson roads this week to provide better directions and raise awareness about Rancho Murieta. When the signage idea was suggested at the Joint Security Committee in July, community entities were asked to share the cost. But once word reached the county, that wasn’t necessary. “When the Rancho Murieta Country Club, Rancho Murieta Association and Rancho Murieta Community Services District requested additional signage to make it easier for visitors to reach Rancho Murieta, we were pleased to make it happen,” explained Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan in a statement. “We expect that the new signs will make it far easier for visitors and guests to navigate the county’s rural road system connecting the eastern Highway 50 corridor to Rancho Murieta.” The signage is now included in the county’s regular budget for roadway signs.

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