Take Action – Send email to Supervisors regarding 3/17 Board meeting in El Dorado Hills

Below is an email letter sent to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors by Citizens for Sensible Development in El Dorado Hills.

We encourage El Dorado Hills residents to also send an email to the Board of Supervisors.  Feel free to use the email below and personalize it to express your concerns to the Board of Supervisors.

To: <bosone@edcgov.us>, <bostwo@edcgov.us>, <bosthree@edcgov.us>, <bosfour@edcgov.us>, <bosfive@edcgov.us>, <edc.cob@edcgov.us>

Subject: Request for agenda items on March 17, 2015 BOS meeting

Dear Board of Supervisors:

Please include the following topics for discussion at the March 17 Board meeting:

1) Capital Southeast Connector

  • Explain the project, the traffic and other impacts it will have on El Dorado Hills and associated financial obligations

2) The amending of the El Dorado County General Plan

  • Why is the current plan being amended?
  • Why do we have a General Plan if you do not follow it?

3) Crime and gang activity in the El Dorado Hills area.

  • We need more Deputy coverage

I am also requesting that the topics be assigned specific times on the agenda so that I can schedule my day to attend.


[Your name, town or address]


If you would prefer to make phone calls, here is the contact information:

Contact info for Board of Supervisors:
1. Ron Mikulaco, Supervisor District I, (530) 621-5650, bosone@edcgov.us
2. Shiva Frentzen, Supervisor District II, (530) 621-5651, bostwo@edcgov.us
3. Brian Veerkamp, Supervisor District III, (530) 621-5652, bosthree@edcgov.us
4. Michael Ranalli, Supervisor District IV, (530) 621-6513, bosfour@edcgov.us
5. Sue Novasel, Supervisor District V, (530) 621-6577, bosfive@edcgov.us
Board of Supervisors’ Agenda Item Comments, Clerk of the Board: edc.cob@edcgov.us


Help Us Stop Rampant Overdevelopment

Everyone in El Dorado County should be concerned:  The Board of Supervisors has shown a pattern of abusing their discretionary powers, leading to poorly planned development.

Please attend this meeting to learn more about what is happening in El Dorado Hills.

EDH rampant development flyer


Wednesday, January 14, 2015, from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
El Dorado Hills Fire Department Conference Room,
1050 Wilson Boulevard, El Dorado Hills.
Parking is available at the fire station.

Attend the meeting to get information and have your concerns about this project included in the environmental documents.

The County will hold an informational open house and scoping session during the 30-day public review period for the NOP. All interested parties are invited to attend the open house, at which time written information about the project will be available, and comment cards will be provided for those wishing to provide written comments concerning the Draft EIR.

County website:  http://www.edcgov.us/PublicNoticesDevServicesDetail.aspx?id=6442456285

Friends of Green Valley website: http://www.friendsofgreenvalley.org/


January 3, 2015, Placerville, CA
Citizens for Sensible Development in El Dorado Hills in partnership with Save Our County has filed a petition with the El Dorado County Superior Court to reverse the decision by the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors (Board) to approve the El Dorado Hills Town Center Apartments. The petition stems from the Board’s approval of the high-density apartments against recommendations by the El Dorado Hills Area Planning Advisory Committee (EDH APAC) and the Planning Commission, and public concern over the impact this project will have on the entire county…

It is our civic duty to hold our elected officials responsible for their actions.  Please join us and help fund the lawsuit to stop the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors abuse of their discretionary power.  A donation of any size is appreciated.

Read the full Press Release and Writ of Mandate here —>  https://saveourcounty.net/

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