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People Protesting Against Water Company

People Protesting Against Water Company

People in Rancho cordova are taking action after being notified by golden state water company that their rates are going up 50 percent if approved by California public utilities commission. They have made flyers, signs, and plan to appeal to commissioners.

Golden state says the proposed increase is actually 23% for average use water metered customer.

 

Source: Jeff Maher, News10 reporter

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Office Assistant – Limited Term (Six Months)

Office Assistant provides clerical support to the Front office and management within the District. This person performs basic sorting, filing, copying, basic accounting support and other duties as assigned.  Position is 32 to 40 hours per week.  Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school and demonstrated ability to perform the required duties of this classification.

WynSpring Bidz-4-Kidz Adds Book Signing To The Line Up

WynSpring Bidz-4-Kidz Adds Book Signing To The Line Up

Award Winning California Author Mark Dendy Will Be On Site Autographing His Publications For The Cause

Award-winning author and publisher W. Mark Dendy will join the WynSpring Bidz-4-Kidz line up Thursday evening September 8th 6-9 P.M. at Sunrise Event Center 11167 Trade Center Drive Rancho Cordova. Signing copies of his books Single Shot, The Cascade Effect, and L’effectto a cascata (An Italian version of The Cascade Effect) for guests. All a part of raising awareness and resources for WynSpring Family Resource Center, while accumulating additional volunteers for the important work the organization does.

Dendy says he is grateful to have inherited his father’s love and ability for telling a good story. Dendy was born and raised in the Mississippi delta where it is said storytelling abounds like fish frys and coon hunts.

Park District gives new life to closed school

Park District gives new life to closed school

Folsom Cordova Unified School District recently faced the closure of two of their Elementary schools in Rancho Cordova.  Rather than let the facility sit idle, Cordova Recreation and Park District approached the school district about allowing the use of the space for community events and classes.  In a unique and cooperative arrangement, these two public agencies have entered into a long term lease allowing the Park District use of the facility as a new community center, while retaining ownership of the land and facility by the school district for future use as a school.  A low cost, 25 year lease has been negotiated, allowing both agencies to walk away with a win; the Folsom Cordova Unified School District will not have an empty building to attract vandalism and theft, and Cordova Recreation and Park District gains some much needed space