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RMA projects

Mark Pecotich discusses the Rancho Murieta Association board's projects list for 2019.

The Rancho Murieta Association board spent almost two hours Wednesday night planning potential 2019 projects, everything from pickleball courts to speed enforcement to a new business offering watercraft on Lake Clementia.  The board is expected to deliver its preliminary go-ahead on projects at Tuesday’s board meeting. In the meantime, here’s a look at what they’re considering, and the cost of each, so you can be part of the conversation, either here or at the meeting. Read more »

Marketplace will raise funds for fire victims

Farmers marketRancho Murieta Marketplace – the Saturday-mornings market at 14670 Cantova Way – will hold a fundraiser for the Northern California fire victims Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. In addition to the regular vendors and vegetables and fruits, there will be an hourly raffle, barbecue, music, fire trucks and local service organizations. You can donate by cash, credit card or check. All proceeds will go to the Northern California Wildfire Relief Fund. There's more information at the Marketplace Facebook page.

RM Bandits play for league title Sunday

The Rancho Murieta Bandits, our local entry in the Gold Country Vintage Base Ball league, will play for the league championship 10 a.m. Sunday at Stonehouse Park, taking on the Repressa Pioneers. The Bandits have won eight consecutive league championships and five California Cup titles, which pits the Gold Country champion against the two Bay Area league champs. What’s “vintage base ball”? They play with 1880s equipment and rules. Here’s a 2013 video look at the Bandits:

Lower speeds? No. Double stripes? Yes.

No passing zone

Double stripes and signage have been added to Jackson Road near Rancho Murieta.

The effort to impose a lower speed limit on Jackson Road between the gates is now dead, Supervisor Sue Frost’s office says, and as a result of that study, Caltrans has addressed safety concerns about another stretch of Jackson Road and made it a no-passing zone. Read more »

Hotel responds to lawsuit by suing builder

Murieta Inn and Spa The Murieta Inn and Spa, sued for non-payment by the company that built the new 83-room facility, has responded by filing a cross-complaint against the builder, Poelman Construction. Poelman sued the hotel’s owners in May for more than $2 million it claimed it is owed due to lengthy construction delays. Read more »

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