CSD airs developer request to release funds

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The Community Services District board centered its attention on developer-related issues at the April board meeting. The main focus was a request by the Rancho North developer to use funds reserved for a future water treatment plant expansion to pay bond delinquencies on six parcels of undeveloped land. (Full letter is enclosed.) The board also dealt with a problematic request to provide water and sewer service to model homes being built in Murieta Gardens. Read more » Read more » about CSD airs developer request to release funds

Construction work Thursday on cart path

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There will be construction work Thursday on the cart path that runs from Riverview Park to the pedestrian bridge, the Community Services District announced Tuesday. You’re asked to avoid the area. Here’s the CSD announcement. Read more » about Construction work Thursday on cart path

RMA, CSD boards meet this week

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The Rancho Murieta Association board holds its monthly board meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the RMA Building and the Community Services District board meets 5 p.m. Wednesday at the CSD Building. Read more » Read more » about RMA, CSD boards meet this week

Developers $650,000 behind in bond payments

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Six North development properties owe almost $650,000 in bond payments and penalties for the community’s water treatment plant, the Community Services District’s Finance Committee was told Thursday. Since the end of 2017, the developers have paid only 12 percent of their bond bills, CSD staff reported. A development representative called the situation “a short-term delinquency” and said he expects a portion of the debt will be addressed by the end of June. Read more » Read more » about Developers $650,000 behind in bond payments

Construction this week on Cantova Way

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The Community Services District says there will be construction work on Cantova Way this week as the CSD and contractors for the Murieta Gardens development work to reroute a sewer line that runs from the Cantova sewer pumping station. CSD suggests you avoid the area if possible during the project, which begins today and is expected to last about a week. If you have questions, call the CSD at (916) 354-3700. Read more » about Construction this week on Cantova Way

CSD looks at 5.4% increase in monthly bills

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The “worst case” budget scenario for Community Services District customers calls for an average 5.4 percent bill increase, $9.54 a month, for those behind the gates. In the Village, the maximum increase is 5.5 percent and $7.45. These numbers assume, on average, that you will cut water use by 6.5 percent. If you don’t, your bill will go up even more. Read more » Read more » about CSD looks at 5.4% increase in monthly bills

Water repair Friday on Puerto Drive

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The Community Services District announced Wednesday that there will be a water leak repair – with a brief water outage for nearby residents – Friday on Puerto Drive. The exact location is 6415 Puerto, and the water outage is expected to occur for about 10 minutes between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Traffic controls will be in effect, and heavy equipment will be at work on the street, so you're advised to take another route. It's expected work will be complete by 4 p.m. Read more » about Water repair Friday on Puerto Drive

RMA, CSD hold board meetings this week

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The Rancho Murieta Association board holds its monthly board meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the RMA Building and the Community Services District board meets 5 p.m. Wednesday at the CSD Building. The RMA board will also hold a special meeting Thursday night to fill a vacant board seat. Read more » Read more » about RMA, CSD hold board meetings this week

Security panel begins its work (again)

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Roger Ince

Roger Ince of the county's Office of Emergency Services distributed flyers on emergency preparation that you can download on the continuation of this story.

Rancho Murieta’s on-again, off-again Joint Security Committee was on again last week, drawing eight committee participants and twice that many spectators to the Community Services District Building for the first meeting of its latest incarnation. Read more » Read more » about Security panel begins its work (again)

CSD: Annual reviews, concealed weapons

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The Community Services District board last week heard annual presentations from the Security and Field Operations departments and approved a policy on workplace violence after the board president commented that it leaves him unable to carry his licensed concealed weapon on CSD property. Read more » Read more » about CSD: Annual reviews, concealed weapons

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