The body of Raymond Nocon recovered from the South Fork American River day after disappearance -- Political Sign Wars Leave Black Mark on El Dorado County - Editorial -- El Dorado Trail Projects Bid - $6.66 per Inch? -- Staff Changes at Rescue Union School District announced -- Tahoe youth can fly for free after air show -- Georgianne Knight joins school board -- Jennifer Nutting aims to promote tourism, agriculture -- Hop House opening in El Dorado Hills -- Governor Brown to Attend 18th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit Today - Public invited & much more
Est: $400,000. Scope: Two sections of new bike path along the trail (old railroad) totaling 5,000 LF of 8' paved path plus shoulders, drainage, striping, signage, landscape features, and appurtenances.
The local initiative has become a curious metaphor for the growth and development battles consuming El Dorado County. Ever since the city announced plans two years ago to build a downtown traffic circle that was to wrap around a 1926 monument erected by the Druids of California, many people suspected ulterior motives.
“I want to represent you on our county Board of Supervisors,” said Nutting, “because we all deserve a clean county government where elected officials and department heads are made accountable to you for their actions or inactions.” “I haven’t met one person who thinks our government is clean from a local, state or national level...”
Decades in the making by numerous jurisdictions, the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway runs along the Truckee River from where the river exits Lake Tahoe, through Truckee and Reno and on to it where it enters Pyramid Lake. The trail, portions of which were built in the 1980s, is about two-thirds complete.
Dead Body of Female Found near Missouri Flat Road -- 1976 STARDUSTER Plane Crashes near Swansboro Airport -- Pilot Creek Falls (University Falls) is currently CLOSED -- What is SMUD doing in Camino - Pollock Pines -- Anti Round-About forces marshaling for Aug 20 Town Hall Meeting -- Ignored consequences of Initiatives include bigger EID rate hikes -- Congressional support for Tahoe funding iffy -- Sanders rides the rim to fourth Placerville Victory on Kids Night -- & much more
A Town Hall meeting has been called by Supervisor Brian Veerkamp to be held at Union Mine High School but many locals complained that they did not know of the meeting until anti round-about activist began handing out the notice with the words "Stop the Roundabout at Hwy 49 and Poor Red's!" written in bold pen at the bottom of the notice.
Adult leader at Youth Camp accused of Sexual contact with young boy -- Voting Begins Today for District 2 Supervisor – Election decided in next 10 days? -- Paydirt Delivers in High Speed Pursuit -- Local County Website Traffic Standings Show Mt Democrat Losing Ground -- Lost Stork Gets Home after some Shenanigans in Coloma -- -- Planning Commission member Pratt is ‘in it to win it’ -- Michael Ranalli Opens Campaign Headquarters -- & much more