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EDITOR:

I first want to extend a “big thank you” for printing my letter, for it has several folks in the county and beyond talking about these very important issues that affect all of us who live here. Secondly, I want to thank everyone who wrote in for your comments and your support. I would also like to thank the El Dorado County Lee’s Feed, Safeway Stores, SaveMart, Walmart, Ponderosa Auto Express, George’s Pit Stop, Dollar Stores and all others who have been very supportive.

And last but not least, I want to thank Josh Wood of Regional Builders in Sacramento for sharing with all of us who you really are, and what you’re all about. You have clarified for all of us that you represent big developers with deep pockets from out of county who only care about making money at our expense. I now have no doubt that there will be any more confusion as to who has El Dorado County voters’ best interest at heart.

A quick reminder about initiatives and petitions. When you sign one, you are helping to insert it on the ballot so that we the voters can research them and vote on them. These initiatives will be on the November ballot for our county voters to decide on which ones will become law. Let’s all do our part and research these issues and get out and vote in November. We will be the ones to decide our future and not people who don’t reside in the county or have any business being here in the first place.

For clear and concise information on these initiatives and to find out where you can sign them, please visit this Website: lvc-edc.org.

BARBARA ZAGARIS
Shingle Springs

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