Building permits issued Nov. 30-Dec. 4

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 3 BUILDG – NEW – 1-FMLY $1,447,252 1 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $28,102.14 1 BUILDG – NEW – GARAGE $43,714.44 1 BUILDG – NEW – M1FMLY $329,559.53 1 BUILDG – NEW – RETWAL $4,500 1 BUILDG – NEW – X-BARN $0 1 BUILDG – REMODL – 1-FMLY $7,100 3 BUILDG – […]

Lake levels

Lake Aloha, as of Dec. 4 Water elevation 9.80 feet Storage level 452 acre-feet Percent full 9% Inflow 17.91 cfs Outflow 4.30 cfs Echo Lake, as of Dec. 4 Water elevation 0.23 feet Storage level 72.5 acre-feet Percent full 4% Inflow 23.76 cfs Outflow 3.52 cfs Caples Lake, as of Dec. 4 Water elevation 47.26 […]

Crime Log

Nov. 27 12:08 p.m. A man reported unknown suspects stole auto batteries and tools from a work site on Highway 193 in Cool. 5:00 p.m. A woman reported indecent exposure on Forni Road in Placerville. 7:25 p.m. Multiple victims reported assault at a campground on Mt. Murphy Road in Coloma. Nov. 28 8:53 a.m. A […]

DUI Log

Zainathon Demarte, 19, from Rocklin, booked on Nov. 25 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $5,000. Quilan Graham, 23, from Placerville, booked on Nov. 25 by Placerville PD, bail listed $10,000. Laura Garland, 28, from Shingle Springs, booked on Nov. 26 by Placerville PD, bail listed $15,000. Katherine Thompson, 56, from Phoenix, booked on Nov. 26 […]

News Bites 12/2

Road workshop set El Dorado County officials will hold a workshop to discuss the major update to the West Slope Transportation Capital Improvement Program and Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program on Tuesday, Dec. 8, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the El Dorado County Planning Commission hearing room, 2850 Fairlane Court in Placerville. The workshop will provide an opportunity for the public to comment […]

Building permits issued Nov. 23-27

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 5 BUILDG – NEW – M1FMLY $1,631,966.53 1 BUILDG – REPAIR – 1-FMLY $10,000 3 BUILDG – REPLAC – ROOF $49,880 2 ELCTRC – NEW – 1-FMLY $825 1 ELCTRC – NEW – GARAGE $695 26 ELCTRC – NEW – SOLAR $618,776 1 ELCTRC – NEW – WELL $2,500 7 MECHAN – […]

Crime Log

Nov. 21 7:15 a.m. A man reported theft from a vehicle on Sutter Trail in Mountain Meadows. 8:30 a.m. A woman reported unknown suspects stole belongings from an unlocked vehicle on Alhambra Drive in Cameron Park. Later the suspect used the victim’s ATM card. 11:32 a.m. A man reported unknown suspects broke into his cabin on […]

Lake levels

Stumpy Meadows, as of Nov. 25 Water elevation 4,219 feet 0.9 inches Storage level 8,450 acre-feet Percent full 42% Inflow 7.63 cfs Outflow 2.78 cfs Loon Lake, as of Nov. 24 Water elevation 6,380.5 feet Storage level 33,940 acre-feet Percent full 49% Inflow N/A Outflow N/A Ice House, as of Nov. 24 Water elevation 5,429.1 […]

Corrections

The Nov. 18 article titled “EDH Fire fights for promised revenue” misidentified two resolutions passed by the Board of Supervisors June 10, 2014.  “The first dissolved the Latrobe Fire Protection District and the second approved the annexation of the Latrobe fire service area to EDH Fire,” the article stated. County supervisors do not have the […]

DUI Log

Luis Enrique Granados, 20, from Rancho Cordova, booked on Nov. 19 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $5,000. Brandon Pivin, 42, from Diamond Springs, booked on Nov. 19 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $20,000. Kiev Bolden, 23, from Cameron Park, booked on Nov. 21 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $5,000. Matthew Brickley, 26, from El Dorado […]

News Bites 11/25

Hunter education clinics scheduled The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has released its schedule of Advanced Hunter Education classes for 2016. Several new offerings have been added, including hunter marksmanship, hunt planning and basic game processing. Other popular clinics are still on the roster, including wilderness first aid, wild pig hunting, deer hunting, turkey […]

Building permits issued Nov. 16-20

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 1 BUILDG – CNVRTO – GARAGE $649 1 BUILDG – CNVRTO – SOFFIC $54,431.63 2 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $84,211.80 32 BUILDG – NEW – M1FMLY $11,229,632.32 1 BUILDG – NEW – OFFICE $94,449.60 1 BUILDG – REMODL – 1-FMLY $12,850 1 BUILDG – REMODL – RSTRNT $50,000 7 BUILDG – […]

Crime Log

Nov. 12 7 a.m. Hospital staff requested deputies respond for a person who was possible drugged. Victim was gone by the time deputies arrived. 8:59 a.m. An 87-year-old man reported property stolen from an unlocked car on Vista Tierra Drive in Camino. 11:37 a.m. Someone stole a laptop left on the ground at a Coach Lane […]

Lake levels

Loon Lake, as of Nov. 16 Water elevation 6,380.2 feet Storage level 33,610 acre-feet Percent full 48% Inflow N/A Outflow N/A Ice House, as of Nov. 16 Water elevation 5,429.3 feet Storage level 30,610 acre-feet Percent full 70% Inflow N/A Outflow N/A Union Valley, as of Nov. 16 Water elevation 4,817 feet Storage level 140,550 […]

Correction

Monday’s story about Supervisors Brian Veerkamp and Shiva Frentzen responding to a recall petition notice cited the wrong section of the state Elections Code. El Dorado County Registrar of Voters Bill Schultz advised, “Our county goes by Election Code 11200 – 11220 and is the one that applies to local elected officers. So, our recalled […]

DUI Log

Kayla Baxter, 28, from Orangevale, booked on Nov. 12 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $20,000. Felicia Nichols, 52, from Rescue, booked on Nov. 12 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $5,000. Gerardo Andahernandez, 36, from Coloma, booked on Nov. 14 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $18,000. Joseph Casarez, 22, from Cameron Park, booked on Nov. 14 […]

News Bites Nov. 18

Initiative redirects high speed rail funding to water storage SACRAMENTO — Board of Equalization Vice Chair George Runner, in partnership with California State Sen. Bob Huff (R-San Dimas), recently announced they have filed an initiative aimed at allowing voters to redirect unspent high speed rail (Prop 1A, 2008) and above ground water storage (Prop 1, 2014) funds […]

Building permits issued Nov. 9-13

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 1 BUILDG – NEW – 1-FMLY $638,861.44 1 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $25,263.54 20 BUILDG – NEW – M1FMLY $7,139,375.60 3 BUILDG – REMODL – 1-FMLY $59,894 1 BUILDG – REPAIR – 1-FMLY $3,500 1 BUILDG – REPLAC – ROOF $28,474 2 ELCTRC – NEW – 1-FMLY $3,000 20 ELCTRC – […]

Crime Log

Nov. 5 8:25 a.m. A 58-year-old man reported that an unknown person attempted to open two credit card accounts in a victim’s name on Western Drive in Cameron Park. 12:04 p.m. Vandalism by graffiti was reported on Pony Express Trail in Cedar Grove. 4:47 p.m. A 41-year-old woman reported an unknown suspect used force to enter […]

DUI Log

Jeremy Meyers, 45, from Cool, booked on Nov. 5 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $15,000. Whitney Wells,26, from Placerville, booked on Nov. 5 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $5,000. Dena Reed, 45, from Placerville, booked on Nov. 6 by Placerville PD, bail listed $15,000. Jarred Flory, 27, from Rancho Cordova, booked on Nov. 7 by […]

News Bites Nov. 11

Counselors needed Volunteers are needed for Senior Peer Counseling of El Dorado County. Applicants must be 55 or older. Training begins in March 2016. For more information call (530) 621-6304 or e-mail [email protected] Help for veterans There are many state and federal benefits and programs available to veterans and their dependents. To find out if you are eligible […]

Building permits issued Nov. 2-6

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 1 BUILDG – CNVRTO – DAYCAR $775,975.08 1 BUILDG – EXPAND – 1-FMLY $17,911.50 1 BUILDG – EXPAND – GARAGE $45,873.80 1 BUILDG – NEW – ACCBLD $22,926.72 2 BUILDG – NEW – CANOPY $481,581.28 1 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $15,328.44 1 BUILDG – NEW – SHELL $485,882.80 1 BUILDG – […]

Divorces: September 2015

Julie Bourriague and Michael Gilbert Bourriague, Sept. 23 Daniel Chartraw and Martha Chartraw, Sept. 23 Teresa E. Valazquez-Torres and David Zavala, Sept. 23 Christina Bowes and Timothy Bowes, Sept. 23 Helen Brady-Taylor and John Taylor, Sept. 23 Petria Hope-Gallardo and Christopher Lee Gallardo, Sept. 23 Annette Lee and Lewis Erving Lee, Sept. 23 Brett Tilley […]

Crime Log

Oct. 31 2:13 a.m. CHP was contacted for a driver evaluation. The driver was ultimately arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol on Springvale Road in Rescue. 10:05 a.m. A 65-year-old woman reported a burglary on Pony Express Trail in Pollock Pines. 11:49 a.m. A subject was arrested for a warrant and a vehicle […]

DUI Log

Elizabeth Baliel, 29, from Elk Grove, booked on Oct. 27 by Placerville CHP, bail listed $15,000. Dona Bleull, 53, from Georgetown, booked on Oct. 27 by Placerville PD, bail listed $15,000. Jacob Barwis, 33, from Diamond Springs, booked on Oct. 29 by EDSO, bail listed $10,000. Michael Lavigne, 47, from Placerville, booked on Oct. 30 […]

Lake levels

Stumpy Meadows, as of Nov. 4 Water elevation 4,218.08 inches Storage level 8,234 acre-feet Percent full 41% Inflow 7 cfs Outflow 2 cfs Lake Aloha, as of Nov. 5 Water elevation 8.09 feet Storage level 173 acre-feet Percent full 3% Inflow 13.88 cfs Outflow 4.30 cfs Echo Lake, as of Nov. 5 Water elevation 0.21 […]

News Bites Nov. 4

Citizen Engagement Survey deadline extended In response to public requests and active participation in the Citizen Engagement Survey, El Dorado County will extend the close date to Nov. 20. El Dorado County is developing its three-year strategic plan. As part of this process, the county is conducting a citizen engagement survey, local town hall meetings and focus groups. […]

Correction

The Lake Forest Elementary School’s Celebration of Freedom assembly will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 10, from 9:15 to 10 a.m. in the multi-purpose room at 2240 Sailsbury Drive, El Dorado Hills.

Building permits issued Oct. 26-30

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 1 BUILDG – EXPAND – 1-FMLY $27,129.96 2 BUILDG – NEW – 1-FMLY $883,425.86 2 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $40,923.15 3 BUILDG – NEW – M1FMLY $1,917,418.42 1 BUILDG – REACT – HARDSH $0 2 BUILDG – REMODL – 1-FMLY $23,964 2 BUILDG – REPAIR – 1-FMLY $40,200 2 BUILDG – […]

Crime Log

Oct. 15 12:22 a.m. Deputies responded to an intoxicated male with a firearm outside a bar. The man was arrested on Mother Lode Drive in El Dorado and booked into the El Dorado County Jail. 9 a.m. A road sign was stolen on North Canyon Road in Camino. 10:35 a.m. A 52-year-old man reported suspects had […]

CORRECTION

Regarding the article “Activists threaten recall of all county supervisors” published Friday, Oct. 30, the group behind the recall is El Dorado County Total Recall, a countywide group of individuals spanning from El Dorado Hills to South Lake Tahoe and Georgetown to Somerset.

Crime Log

Oct. 22 7:50 a.m. A 52-year-old woman reported suspicious circumstances occurred at an apartment complex in El Dorado Hills involving a female subject breaking an apartment unit’s window. After further investigation, a victim reported two watches and $2,500 in cash stolen from his apartment. A female subject was later arrested and booked into jail on […]

Lake levels

Loon Lake, as of Oct. 27 Water elevation 6,378.9 feet Storage level 32,370 acre-feet Percent full 37% Inflow 3 cfs Outflow 12 cfs Ice House, as of Oct. 27 Water elevation 5,428.9 feet Storage level 30,390 acre-feet Percent full 70% Inflow 0 cfs Outflow 7 cfs Union Valley, as of Oct. 27 Water elevation 4,818.7 […]

Clarification

Regarding the “Apple juice recalled” story published Monday, Oct. 26: The juice voluntary recalled is only High Hill Ranch apple juice. Barsotti’s juice is not involved in the recall or linked to any illness, and is being offered at High Hill Ranch as a substitute while ranch owners confirm the safety of their own product.

Building permits issued Oct. 19-23

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 1 BUILDG – EXPAND – 1-FMLY $12,030.48 1 BUILDG – EXPAND – DECK $24,270.03 1 BUILDG – NEW – 1-FMLY $307,878.98 1 BUILDG – NEW – ACCBLD $109,879.87 1 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $12,773.70 4 BUILDG – NEW – M1FMLY $1,034,744.99 1 BUILDG – REMODL – 1-FMLY $12,000 3 BUILDG – […]

News Bites Oct. 28

Road meeting Caltrans has scheduled a community meeting on the proposed South Fork American River Bridge widening project from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4, at the Gold Trail Grange, 319 Highway 49 in Coloma. Caltrans proposes to replace the South Fork American River Bridge on State Route 49 in El Dorado County to meet current […]

Lake levels

Loon Lake, as of Oct. 20 Water elevation 6,379.1 feet Storage level 32,540 acre-feet Percent full 47% Inflow 15 cfs Outflow 13 cfs Ice House, as of Oct. 20 Water elevation 5,429.1 feet Storage level 30,500 acre-feet Percent full 70% Inflow 0 cfs Outflow 7 cfs Union Valley, as of Oct. 20 Water elevation 4,819.5 […]

DUI Log

Aimee Phillips, 45, of Cameron Park, booked by Placerville CHP on Oct. 5, bail listed $10,000. Rickey Shaw, 38, of Diamond Springs, booked by EDSO on Oct. 5, bail listed $5,000. Kenneth Anderson, 39, of Sacramento, booked by Placerville CHP, no bail listed. Forest Springsteen, 25, of Sutter Creek, booked by EDSO, bail listed $5,000. […]

Correction

In the Sept. 28 edition of the newspaper, the article titled “Updated fire fee approved by Cameron Park board” states that General Manager Mary Cahill’s contract was extended for another year on a 5-0 vote. That vote was 3-2 with Directors Scott McNeil, Greg Stanton and Amy Blackmon voting yes and Holly Morrison and Margaret Mohr […]

Building permits issued Oct. 12-16

SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT: 1 1 BUILDG – DEMLTN – LIVSPC $25,000 1 BUILDG – NEW – DECK $15,896.16 1 BUILDG – NEW – GARAGE $10,408.2 2 BUILDG – REPAIR – 1-FMLY $46,360 2 BUILDG – REPLAC – ROOF $48,500 1 BUILDG – REPLAC – TOWR-C $180,000 1 ELCTRC – NEW – 1-FMLY $1,600 17 ELCTRC – […]

Crime Log

Oct. 10 7:03 a.m. A 44-year-old man reported someone entered an unoccupied, unsecured storage shed on a residential property and took items on Brauer Road in Georgetown. 12:31 p.m. A 37-year-old man reported an unknown suspect entered a locked vehicle by smashing the a window. The suspects ransacked the vehicle and stole a wallet on […]

Fire restrictions go back into effect

An extended forecast of dry weather and concern expressed by the public in the aftermath of the Butte Fire have prompted Forest Supervisor Laurence Crabtree to put fire restrictions back into effect on the Eldorado National Forest, beginning Friday, Oct. 16. “This is a risk management decision,” said Crabtree. “More back country use during hunting […]

Lake levels

Loon Lake, as of Oct. 12 Water elevation 6,379.1 feet Storage level 32,530 acre-feet Percent full 47% Inflow 1 cfs Outflow 13 cfs Ice House, as of Oct. 12 Water elevation 5,429.2 feet Storage level 30,570 acre-feet Percent full 70% Inflow 2 cfs Outflow 8 cfs Union Valley, as of Oct. 12 Water elevation 4,820 […]

Divorces: August

Tanya Tatyana Randle and Matthew Mark Randle, Aug. 27, 2015 Wendy S. Ackerly and Kerry K. King, Aug. 27, 2015 Richard Rayser and Kellie Rayser, Aug. 27, 2015 Tanis S. Williams-Rice and Samuel B. Rice, Aug. 27, 2015 Scott E. Borello and Trena M. Borello, Aug. 27, 2015 Michael Keever and Cathy Keever, Aug. 27, […]

Correction

Regarding the Wednesday, Oct. 14, story “Suspect nabbed at McDonald’s,” the burglary took place at the 76 Station on Main Street in Placerville.