The justices on Tuesday decided to hear an appeal from Shaun McCutcheon of Alabama and the Republican National Committee. They are arguing that it's unconstitutional to stop a donor from giving more than $46,200 to political candidates and $70,800 to political committees and PACs.
Abraham told community leaders that the current supervisors face far-reaching decisions in the next three years, and the new agency lets a “council of communities plug into the board and be heard as never before.”
Available to local high school students wishing to pursue a vocational education and who plan to work in El Dorado County after graduating. There is no minimum grade point average to apply, and GEDs are also acceptable.
"I have nothing against California...The problem for California, however, is that many of their business leaders do have something against the state — specifically its increasingly hostile business climate."
The bridge is stamped with a date of 1903, making it 110 years old. That was the date when the Camino, Placerville, and Lake Tahoe (CPLT) Shortline Railroad was built to haul lumber out of the El Dorado National Forest.
It’s difficult to remember the last in-depth piece of any kind in the news pages of any California newspaper that didn’t carry the implication the California High-Speed Rail Authority was poorly run and unrealistic and that the project was on track for boondoggle status.
El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Suzanne Kingsbury first knew Meyer as a colleague. Meyer hired Kingsbury to work for him in the early 1990s. “It was Rick that encouraged me to run for an open seat on the Superior Court"
Thank God for Mississippi and Alabama, or California schools would test dead last. Somehow, in just thirty years we created obstacles to public learning that produce results approaching the two-century horrific legacy of slavery and Jim Crow.
Intelligent Switches Will Isolate Outages, Minimize Impact on Customers. “Instead of waiting for a crew to arrive on scene and restore circuits manually, the new devices will do it automatically, or under the control of remote operators."
Penne Usher, Telegraph Correspondent | Feb 18 2013
When the downturn of the economy hit, the volunteers who had originally been on board to build the court, were not longer able to help. About two years ago CSD Director Billy Vandegrift resurrected the project.