PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
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VICTORY PARTY — EDHCSD challenger Terry Crumpley, right, and El Dorado Hills fire board incumbent John Hidahl, left, look over photographer Jay Lensch's shoulders to check the latest returns on Tuesday night at Serrano Country Club. Both candidates were eventually victorious in their respective races. Lensch advised Crumpley and was responsible for her Website. Incumbent Noelle Mattock, not pictured, retained her CSD board seat, as did incumbent Jim Hartley, also not pictured, on the fire board. Democrat photo by Mike Roberts

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Mattock, Crumply win EDHCSD seats

By From page A5 | November 09, 2012

Noelle Mattock and Terry Crumpley survived a polite but crowded contest for the two El Dorado Hills Community Services District board seats contested on Nov. 6.

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