Changes are coming to RMA cable service

TVIf you’re a customer of the Rancho Murieta Association’s TV service, it will change on Thursday – lower bills and fewer channels – with or without your approval. Here’s what you need to know to beat the deadline and make sure the channels you like aren’t interrupted. Read more »

Bike event planned for RM on May 4

Cosumnes CrusherThe Rancho Murieta Association board learned this week about the Cosumnes Crusher, a 38-mile inaugural bike event planned to pass through the community on May 4. Neighbor Mike Walker of the Murieta Trail Stewardship, which is coordinating the race, spoke about it at Tuesday’s RMA meeting. Read more »

A moment with twice the beauty

Great egret

Neighbor Paul Anderson captured this shot of a great egret being mirrored by Lake Clementia the other morning. (Click for larger image.)

RMA OK's Village access, committees

→ See video of the two RMA meetings here

The Rancho Murieta Association board addressed two vexing issues Tuesday, allowing Village households access behind the gates and reaching agreement on RMA committee chairs. Read more »

Tackling the high cost of homelessness

Sue FrostPosted by Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost
At the beginning of 2018, Sacramento County launched an ambitious new program that attempted to prioritize getting the 250 homeless people who cost the most amount of money each year in taxpayer dollars, into permanent housing.  Some of these homeless people are costing the county upwards of $150,000 a year, so it made sense to me to focus our efforts on getting them off the streets. Now that it’s been around a year since we launched that program, I wanted to explain to you how the program works, and share with you the exciting news regarding how successful it has been.  Read more »

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