RMA revisits Escuela gate, motorcycle parking

The Rancho Murieta Association resumed discussion of two sticky topics at Tuesday night’s meeting – opening the Escuela gate to Stonehouse Road traffic and moving motorcycle parking from its present spot in the Gazebo parking lot. Also at the meeting, the board voted to send the county a letter supporting improvements to Scott Road and announced a $68,000 gift from Summerfest. Read more »

Capturing Murieta's airborne beauty

Paul Anderson photos

Neighbor Paul Anderson, whose photography has appeared often in these pages, shares some of his wildlife shots. Click the photos to enlarge the images.

Look back: Murieta Village in the 1970s

Rancho Murieta Village entrance

It's 45 years since the main drag of Murieta Village looked like this – shortly after its opening in the early '70s. Murieta Village was the first residential piece of Rancho Murieta to be built. The Village sign is different today (it's white and only says "Murieta Village"), the trees are huge, and that quaint street sign is long gone. (Click photo for larger image.)

Kiwanis will take a look at hospice care

Posted by Kiwanis Club of Rancho Murieta
Rancho Murieta resident Lanie Gignilliat will be the speaker at Thursday's Kiwanis Club of Rancho Murieta evening meeting.  She is a medical social worker with Hospice of Amador & Calaveras. Read more »

Lobbyist Bill Geyer, 35 years in RM, dies at 82

Bill GeyerBill Geyer, a lobbyist and longtime Murietan who helped make it legal to drive a golf cart across Jackson Road and helped found the community’s first kids’ baseball team, died early Jan. 1. He was 82. Mr. Geyer and his wife, Naida West, lived for 35 years on a ranch between the North Course’s third hole and the Cosumnes River. They moved recently to Campus Commons in Sacramento. Read more »

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