To our Readers, Members, and Advertisers

For 19 years, has made providing up-to-date news about our community its mission. We are a husband-and-wife team, and our priorities changed with Ralph’s recent surgery. We are now focused on the recovery process. During this break from day-to-day reporting, we ask members to continue to explore issues through the forums, post classified ads and use the extensive story archives. We will not be accepting new advertising or charging our current advertisers. We appreciate your understanding and support during this challenging time.

Karen Muldoon and Ralph Frattura 

Security logs, Jan. 8-17

Here are the community's complete Security logs for Jan. 8-17, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information.

RMA protests CSD's claims about $88,000 withdrawal

[Updated Jan. 21] The president of the Rancho Murieta Association appeared at the Community Services District board meeting Wednesday night to protest remarks made by a CSD director the night before at the RMA meeting, but he ended up agreeing that the RMA owes the parks fund money. The board also addressed a resident's problems with vandalism.

Moonlight Swing will bring the '40s to Murieta

Moonlight Swing, a 21-piece big band, will perform the music of Glenn Miller and other big band greats 8 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Country Club.

Tickets are $50 a couple. The evening, which is open to members and their guests, includes dancing and light hors d'oeuvres.

Overnight fire damages home on Guadalupe Drive


House fire


No one was injured in a two-alarm fire overnight at 15054 Guadalupe Drive. Officials said the home's occupant escaped when the blaze broke out in the attached garage early Sunday. The fire caused an estimated $220,000 in damage, according to the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District.

Tests come up clean, so CSD lifts water order

[Second update -- Jan. 19] Saying tests had found no contamination, the Community Services District early Saturday lifted its boiled-water order, which had been in effect since an eight-hour water outage hit Units 3 and 4 on the North Wednesday.


Scott Road is Open  
Deer Creek levels

No traffic incidents reported on Murieta commuter roads

Traffic map: Jackson Road traffic speeds and all Sacramento incidents

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