Teen drivers acknowledge skid marks on Lago came from racing

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When a car's lengthy skid marks appeared on Lago Drive last week, they prompted questions.  Read more » about Teen drivers acknowledge skid marks on Lago came from racing

Murietans need to report even the smallest crimes, volunteers say

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The volunteers who staff the James L. Noller Safety Center have a message for the community -- if a crime occurs, even a small one, report it. Read more » about Murietans need to report even the smallest crimes, volunteers say

Folsom man remembered as supporter of Murieta events

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[Updated Jan. 23] The man who shot his wife and killed himself over the weekend in Folsom was an active supporter of Murieta activities for a decade as a partner in Mama Lou's Cocina Mexicana restaurant in Murieta Plaza. The family has announced funeral arrangements. Read more » about Folsom man remembered as supporter of Murieta events

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

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[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. Read more » about RMA protests CSD's claims about $88,000 withdrawal

Speeding by non-residents is being addressed, Security says

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A misunderstanding about non-residents who violate traffic rules was discussed by the Rancho Murieta Community Services District Security Committee Monday along with the emerging results of a security survey. Read more » about Speeding by non-residents is being addressed, Security says

Drug enforcement suggestions wander between CSD and RMA

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Thirteen measures to address drug use in the community's public places were considered by committees of the Rancho Murieta Association and the Community Services District in the last week, with little to show for the effort. Read more » about Drug enforcement suggestions wander between CSD and RMA

CSD acts to settle $200,000 wastewater fine

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[Edited Sept. 25] At Wednesday's board meeting, the Community Services District board cleared the way for a settlement totaling $200,000 for violations of the cease and desist order and wastewater discharge requirements last year. Read more » about CSD acts to settle $200,000 wastewater fine

Helicopter involved in arrest outside community

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A sheriff's helicopter was circling the western edge of the community about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, apparently involved in an arrest in the area of Stonehouse and Latrobe roads, northwest of the community.

An area resident reported he heard instructions being broadcast from the helicopter's speakers -- "We have you surrounded, we know you have guns," and telling the car's occupants to come out with their hands up.

Rancho Murieta Security received numerous calls about the copter and activity. Read more » about Helicopter involved in arrest outside community

Security Committee hears drug-use concerns

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Members of the Community Services District Security Committee heard residents' concerns about drug use at the community's parks and gathering places Tuesday as resident Jerry Smith asked the CSD to implement 13 measures that came out of the forum he held last week at the Rancho Murieta Community Church.

The measures include creating a police force for Rancho Murieta and adopting county ordinances for drug use and underage drinking.

 

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Jerry Smith and Joanne Macomber were among those who spoke.

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New bridge hit with graffiti for third time

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The paint was still tacky when the latest graffiti attack on the pedestrian bridge was discovered around 6 a.m. Friday.

"It wasn't here at a quarter to three," said Security Chief Greg Remson as he surveyed black and white scrawling on the deck and top railing. One of the massive concrete support pillars of the graceful wooden bridge had graphics sprayed in white paint and a dark, reddish-brown hue.  

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 Security Chief Greg Remson reviews the latest bridge graffiti early Friday.

A checkerboard several feet wide was sprayed across the middle of the 410-foot timber bridge, from one side to the other. Read more » about New bridge hit with graffiti for third time

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