It was a light agenda for the Aug. 21 board meeting of the Cameron Park Community Services District.
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Topping the news was action by the board to extend General Manager Mary Cahill’s contract for another year, effective Oct. 1.
In the works with the Local Agency Formation Commission is the annexation of a Cameron Hills 20-acre parcel to the district. Cahill said they are also meeting with developers regarding future annexation projects so they understand the existing bond obligation along with assessment districts and CC&Rs that are already in place.
A memorial project at the skate park in Christa McAuliffe Park, was completed by youths and unveiled on July 27. The memorial was to honor fellow skater Arthur Smith who died in 2009.
Cahill said the district is in the process of completing a reserve study as well as a master plan for parks and recreation. Both are expected to be finished by October.
The final figures on the Summer Spectacular event were reported. The district netted $1,304, which was down from $10,106 last year. The extreme heat is considered a major factor for the downturn in attendance.
The final accounting for the 2012-2013 fiscal year will be available in September once the district receives their last property tax payment for the year.
Cahill said representatives from the district continue to serve on a joint subcommittee with representatives from the El Dorado Hills Community Services District in evaluating the impact of future development projects on their respective districts.
Two big upcoming events planned include a Renaissance Fair on Sep. 7-8 and the Rubstock BBQ Championship which is scheduled for Sept. 13-14.