EDC News Roundup - July 1 2014
EDC News Roundup is an exclusive Placerville Newswire email digest featuring the latest El Dorado County specific headlines, along with relevant announcements and highlights from PR Pond and its member companies.
RFQ Flume Replacement, El Dorado County
Details: Flume 42/43 - Work consists of complete flume replacement of 350 lineal feet of the 430-foot section of elevated and non-elevated wooden flume with District supplied flume lumber. Approximately 220 lineal feet of flume bench would be reconstructed by the installation of a retaining wall system at two areas to provide all weather construction access to the upstream portion of Flume 44.
District 2: Jennifer Nutting running
With Monday being day one of the nomination period for those hoping to fill the District 2 seat on the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, the latest entrant is Jennifer Nutting.
Walking Tour of South Tahoe Murals and Street Art
Lake Tahoe has a long tradition of doing art and doing it in a public way where anyone can see it, and there is, frankly, so much public art in Lake Tahoe that if you go by car you're gonna miss a lot of it. So I've taken the trouble of laying out a public art walking tour that most anyone can do.
Double fatal in Camino
A solo-vehicle collision shortly after noon on Highway 50 west of Braeburn Lane in Camino on June 29 led to the deaths of the driver and a passenger, leaving another passenger with major injuries.
Harris homicide case: Weiner could be a witness Cole Mayer
A judge will determine if a woman accused of killing her husband will be forced to receive a new attorney after her current one became a potential prosecution witness.