Third CSD vote update: Butler widens lead

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[Updated Nov. 13] Sacramento County updated its election totals Tuesday afternoon, widening Linda Butler's lead over Martin Pohll for the third and final spot on the Community Services District board. Butler led Pohll by 16 votes in results released Friday; in the latest results she leads by 88. Randy Jenco and Tim Maybee are still far out in front for the first and second spots. There are 95,000 votes countywide yet to be counted. Read more » Read more » about Third CSD vote update: Butler widens lead

Seven CSD candidates meet the community

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Two dozen community members attended the CSD's "Candidates Night" to hear from those running for the board.

Seven candidates for the Community Services District board fielded questions for two hours Thursday night in the CSD’s “Candidates Night.” There are three seats – a majority of the board – open in next month’s election. Read more » Read more » about Seven CSD candidates meet the community

Meet CSD candidates Thursday evening

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CSD signThe Community Services District Candidates Night takes place 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the CSD Building. There are seven candidates running for three seats on the CSD board in the November general election. The candidates, Ron Amarante, Linda Butler, Morrison Graf, Randy Jenco, Tim Maybee, Gerald Pasek and Martin Pohll, will share their views and respond to questions. If you plan to attend, please arrive early as there is limited seating space. Read more » about Meet CSD candidates Thursday evening

Three running for two seats on RMA board

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There are three candidates running for two seats in the Rancho Murieta Association’s board election this fall, the RMA announced this week. Read more » Read more » about Three running for two seats on RMA board

Two RMA board seats on ballot this fall

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The Rancho Murieta Association’s Nominating Committee is looking for candidates to run for two seats on the RMA board. The three-year terms begin Dec. 1. The deadline to file your candidacy papers is Sept. 12. Read more » Read more » about Two RMA board seats on ballot this fall

Seven file to run for three CSD seats

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With a last-minute rush of filings, there are seven candidates vying for three seats on the Community Services District board of directors following the county filing deadline Friday. Read more » Read more » about Seven file to run for three CSD seats

Four candidates have filed in CSD race

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As the nomination period for the Community Services District election draws to a close, there are four candidates for three seats on the board of directors. As of Wednesday, Tim Maybee, Martin Pohll and incumbents Morrison Graf and Jerry Pasek had filed to be candidates in the November election, according to the County of Sacramento Voter Registration and Elections office. Pohll and Maybee previously served as directors on the Rancho Murieta Association board. The CSD board has five directors, and the term of office is four years. The nomination period for the board election ends 5 p.m. Friday. Candidates are required to be registered voters living within the district. Contact the elections office at (916) 875-6451 for information about candidacy and the election. Read more » about Four candidates have filed in CSD race

Ken Cooley to hold RM coffee July 28

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Assemblyman Ken Cooley will hold a Rancho Murieta community coffee Saturday, July 28, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Local Bean Cafe in Murieta Plaza. You’re invited to stop by to discuss an issue, get help with a state agency or just to say hello. In addition to Rancho Murieta, Cooley, a Democrat, represents Rancho Cordova, Citrus Heights, Carmichael, Arden-Arcade, Wilton and other parts of unincorporated Sacramento County. Read more » about Ken Cooley to hold RM coffee July 28

Assemblyman Ken Cooley speaks to Kiwanis

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Assemblyman Ken Cooley, whose 8th district includes Rancho Murieta, addressed the Kiwanis Club’s meeting Thursday evening. He spoke briefly of his support for a speed-limits study on Jackson Road in the Rancho Murieta area and how ongoing construction work there may delay the study. Chair of the Assembly Rules Committee, Cooley, a Kiwanian, quoted the Apostle Paul on the benefits of community service and touched on the difficulties recruiting young people to service organizations. He spoke lovingly of his mother, who suffered with Alzheimer’s for years before her death, and Thursday’s marking of “The Longest Day,” which honors those facing the disease. Prior to being elected to the Assembly in 2012, Cooley, a Democrat, was mayor and served on Rancho Cordova's city council. Earlier in the meeting, the club presented a check for $2,500 to Greg Vorster, Rancho Murieta Association general manager, to help with the cost of new restrooms at Lake Clementia, which are scheduled for completion this summer. (Click photo for larger image.) Read more » about Assemblyman Ken Cooley speaks to Kiwanis

Ken Cooley to address Kiwanis Thursday night

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Assemblyman Ken Cooley, whose 8th district includes Rancho Murieta, will be the Kiwanis Club's guest speaker at its meeting 7 p.m. Thursday at the Villas clubhouse, on Murieta Parkway. Everyone is welcome. Prior to being elected to the Assembly in 2012, Cooley was mayor and served on Rancho Cordova's city council. Read more » about Ken Cooley to address Kiwanis Thursday night

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