Security prompts investigation into cat deaths

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Sacramento County Animal Care is looking into the deaths of three cats in Rancho Murieta North earlier this month, Security said Friday. Read more » about Security prompts investigation into cat deaths

Extra effort to thwart Halloween vandals

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Rancho Murieta is bringing on extra patrol help to address potential trick-or-treat troublemakers. The Country Club, which has had more than its share of vandalism lately, said it’s hiring two off-duty deputies to patrol the courses Friday and Saturday night. The community’s Security operation will have an off-duty deputy of its own on Saturday, along with an extra Security officer, one in training, the Community Services District said. Read more » about Extra effort to thwart Halloween vandals

County will improve Stonehouse to allow gate

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The hill north of the Escuela gate will be lowered seven feet.

Safety improvements are coming for Stonehouse Road, Sacramento County announced late Monday, which will enable the Rancho Murieta Association to open the Escuela gate without having to fund the expensive road improvements. Read more » about County will improve Stonehouse to allow gate

Gate passes available for Summerfest weekend

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If you have guests coming for Summerfest Sept. 11-12, you can pick up gate passes and get them to your guests ahead of time.  Just like July 4, you can pick up five free passes at the Rancho Murieta Association office for your visitors.  Additional passes are available for $5 each.  Getting the passes to your visitors before the big day helps take pressure off the North Gate security operation. Read more » about Gate passes available for Summerfest weekend

Video: The story of the new North Gate

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Here's a look at the seven-month North Gate project and a few minutes of conversation with the people who guided it. Read more » about Video: The story of the new North Gate

Time to pick up your July 4 guest passes

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July 4 will be on a Saturday this year, which probably means a bigger crowd than usual. That's why you'd be smart to pick up your July 4 guest passes now, before the crowds descend on the RMA Building. (And you'll be helping your guests get in more quickly on July 4.) Get a pass even if the visitor is on your permanent guest list. A pass is needed for each vehicle, and each lot can have up to five passes for free.  Each pass after that is $5. Read more » about Time to pick up your July 4 guest passes

How big a camera system do we want?

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A disagreement over the strategy for security cameras around the community surfaced at Wednesday's monthly Community Services District board meeting. The board also updated its policy for body cameras for Security officers, agreed to talk with the Rancho Murieta Association about a new gate policy and declared a Stage 2 water emergency. Read more » about How big a camera system do we want?

RMA: Get a bar code by July 1 or get cited

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The Rancho Murieta Association says as of July 1 it will begin citing residents who don’t have bar codes on their vehicles, including golf carts.  When the new North Gate is complete, in several weeks, bar codes will become essential to manage traffic there, especially vehicles making the left onto Lago, according to RMA and Security. Read more » about RMA: Get a bar code by July 1 or get cited

Security addresses issues in gun incident

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Security Chief Greg Remson and CSD General Manager Darlene Gillum discuss Security's responses to questions about the January arrest of a resident with a semi-automatic weapon.

Fallout from January’s arrest of a resident with a semi-automatic weapon dominated the Community Services District’s March Security Committee meeting. Friday's session addressed a number of questions raised by the board at its last meeting. Read more » about Security addresses issues in gun incident

CSD discusses water plant delays, gun incident

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The CSD board last week approved spending up to $304,560 for a temporary filtration system to handle delays in getting its new water treatment plant online. The company overseeing the project came in for serious criticism.  The board also discussed Security's guns-drawn handling of a situation with a resident who was believed to be armed with a semi-automatic weapon. Read more » about CSD discusses water plant delays, gun incident

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