2014 Main Street matters

MAYOR CARL HAGEN paints the first brush stroke on Placerville Hardware to kick off Benjamin Moore Paint Co.'s "Main Street Matters" Monday as general contractor Jeff Gavard of JeffCo Construction holds the paint can while John Lanzillotti, director of West Coast sales for Benjamin Moore, applauds. Photo by Laurie Edwards


Painting P’ville under way

By From page A1 | June 04, 2014

The great Main Street Matters Paint and General Sprucing Up Project began June 2 when Placerville Mayor Carl Hagen, Benjamin Moore District Sales Manager John Lanzillotti and Jeff Gavard of Jeffco Construction ceremoniously slapped a brush of “Shaker Beige” paint on Placerville Hardware’s primered surface.

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