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The Gallery was PACKED for the Board of Supervisors Meeting as Lake Tulloch Vacation Rentals Drive the Discussion...Summary and over 5 hours of Video are Enclosed

Posted by: thepinetree on 06/10/2008 10:04 AM
San Andreas, CA...The Lake Tulloch item packed the gallery for today's meeting. Even New10 from Sacramento was here for the festivities. There was a couple of hours of back and forth from both side of this issue. Some of the property owners had numerous stories about overcrowded vacation rentals clogging the the tightly packed neighborhoods in the Poker Flat area with people, boats & SUVs. They would like to see short term rentals banned from their area. An even larger number of citizens testified at the meeting about the vital nature of the vacation rental business to our local economy. Testifying were not only real estate and property professionals from the Copperopolis area but Don Fry, Doug Shinn, Dan Sieder, Anna Gutierrez and others from around the county weighed in on the topic.... Meeting Video Enclosed...

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Great Seats Still Available for Ironstone Concert This Friday Night Featuring "Bob Weir & Rat Dog along with Gov't Mule!"

Posted by: thepinetree on 06/05/2008 01:24 PM

Murphys, CA....Bob Weir and Rat Dog along with Gov't Mule will rock Ironstone's Amphitheater this Friday evening! One of Bob Weir’s best-loved songs is “The Music Never Stopped.” It holds true, even in the 21st century. As a matter of fact, as the century goes along, it’s even truer. Even when his first band, the Grateful Dead, was playing close to 100 show yearly, Weir needed other outlets, and developed a solo career that began with albums like....

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Sparks from a Dragging Dozer Causes 1/4 Acre Vegetation Fire on Friday

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/09/2008 10:34 AM
Copperopolis, CA....CAL Fire is stating sparks from a dragging dozer is the cause of a 1/4 acre vegetation fire on Friday June 6th at 904 Reeds Turnpike at 100 Ranch Road in Copperopolis. There were no injuries and no dollar damage reported. Fire report enclosed....
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Copperopolis Homecoming Parade Was a Homerun!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/09/2008 12:11 AM
Copperopolis, CA....We had the chance to attend the 2008 Copperopolis Homecoming Celebration, Charlie Stone Memorial Parade and Emergency Service Day on Saturday. It was quite impressive, as a matter of fact I would say a Homerun! The day started off with an all you can eat pancake breakfast with the Charlie Stone Memorial Parade following at 11am. There were 33 entrants in the grand parade. We have close to 200 photos and almost 40 minutes of video for your enjoyment. If you or someone you know was in the parade...chances are we have a photo. Supervisor Russ Thomas started things off with another great rendition of the Star Spangled Banner that was sung right in front of the huge "Old Glory" that E. Clampus Vitus brought to the parade...

Supervisor Russ Thomas With His Daily Reading Material and a Whole Trailer Full of Lake Tulloch Tootsies
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Maximize You Farmer's Market Experience!~By Ken Churches

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/09/2008 02:29 PM
San Andreas, CA....The University of California Cooperative Extension is providing a Workshop for all Farmers Market vendors and potential vendors for Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties on July 1st from 2~5pm at the San Andreas Central Library. This workshop will teach you how to improve booth appearance, customer service, customer education for increased sales and more! See full size flyer and registration form enclosed.....
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"The Tipsy Chicks" of Arnold Take Home Viewers Choice Award at Ironstone Vineyards BBQ Competition! Pictures & Video Enclosed

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/09/2008 01:48 PM
Murphys, CA...Ironstone Vineyards put on another great event on Sunday! They held their 2nd Annual BBQ Competition which was hosted by Executive Chef James Lehman. There were approximately 22 teams vying for the BBQ Queens and Kings of the Weber for the Day! "The Tipsy Chicks", a team of gals from Arnold, took home the "Viewers Choice" Competition. For pork butt, "Pork Purveyors" of Murphys takes it, baby back ribs goes to "Spoke Benders" of Vacaville, and beef brisket, "Team Ramirez" from Tracy, CA. The judging was done by James and 8 Blind Judges, whom were also local food connoisseur's. There were three judges for each category. The categories were Best of Beef Brisket, Best of Pork Baby Back Ribs, Best of Pork Butt and Viewers Choice....

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The Celebrated Nightly News of Calaveras County "Live" Tonight at 10pm! The News Is Enclosed..

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/09/2008 06:50 PM
Join John and Kim Live tonight at 10pm for our Nightly News. We are attending an ACBA Meeting this evening so we will see at 10. Tonight we discuss weekend recap, BOS agenda, local news and more. See you at 10pm! The News is Enclosed...
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CCWD Back in Action on Wednesday Morning!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/08/2008 11:47 PM
San Andreas, CA....CCWD is back in action on Wednesday morning at 9am for their regular Board Meeting. Copper Cove Wastewater Treatment Plant is on the agenda; CCWD will be submitting a pre-application for USDA funding for a water Distribution System for XX Subdivision in Copperopolis; They will also have a closed Session to discuss real property at 20 Sandy Gulch Road in Wilseyville. Full agenda is enclosed for your viewing pleasure....

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Calaveras County Board of Supervisors Back in Action Tuesday Morning

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/08/2008 10:28 PM
San Andreas, CA....Our Board of Supervisors will be meeting Tuesday morning for their weekly meeting at 9am. Some of the agenda items being discussed will be a Minute Order accepting bid and authorizing purchase of a 2008 Ford for Public Works; A Minute Order authorizing the CDA to issue a refund in the amount of $10,220 to Randy and Sammye Lacy for outside consulting fees that are no longer needed; Lake Tulloch is back on the agenda for discussion and possible action use of residential dwelling units for transient occupancy (short-term rentals). Full agenda is enclosed for your viewing pleasure and You can also Click Here to Read Board Packet

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Calaveras County Board of Supervisors Meeting Video with Summary for June 3, 2008

Posted by: thepinetree on 06/05/2008 12:40 AM
San Andreas, CA...Yesterday the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors kicked off their June Meetings with a session that lasted just over 3 hours. Mountain Lions even made the show. In addition to the normal items that attracted attention one seemingly minor item took up a large portion of the discussion time. The county was looking at trying to save about $17,000 in general fund money by eliminating 1/2 of a position. From the discussions it seems that this may be $17,000 that needs to be cut elsewhere. The Meeting video and summary are enclosed.....

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