CPUC Letter to PG&E, New Redistricting Draft Maps 11/3, Cool-Pilot Hill Design Standards, Free Pet Vaccine and Microchip Clinics, Cameron Park Clean Up 11/7

El Dorado County

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 CPUC Letter

Thank you to everyone who called or filed an online complaint with the CPUC regarding PG&E’s frequent, unplanned outages. Your voices were joined with residents in Santa Cruz, Tuolumne, and other counties and resulted in action by CPUC President Marybel Batjer:

“While I acknowledge how critical it is to public safety to reduce the risk of utility-ignited wildfires, it appears that PG&E decided to implement Fast Trip settings this summer with little forethought as to whether the settings were appropriately calibrated, what outreach to public safety partners and customers was necessary in advance, and how customer impacts would be mitigated and vulnerable customers’ medical needs addressed. Fast Trip outages are more than a matter of inconvenience – they are disruptive, and for customers who rely on electricity to maintain necessary life functions, they can be life-threatening.”

See the complete letter which includes a directive for a written response from PG&E to specific questions by November 8, 2021: 

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 New Redistricting Draft Maps
For Public Workshop #4
Wednesday, 11/3/21 at 9:00am

City Alternative Revised 1
City Alternative Revised 2

Pollock Pines Alternative

Thank you to everyone who has been participating in the process and commenting on the draft maps for the County’s redistricting efforts. This is anticipated to be the last workshop in the process and you may attend in person or via Zoom.

Staff will present these three map alternatives and seek direction to narrow down the options in order to prepare the ordinance for map adoption by the December 15, 2021, deadline.

Public Workshop #4
November 3, 2021 at 9:00am

In Person:
El Dorado County Board Chambers, 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, CA 95667

Via Zoom:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89814720584, via telephone at 530-621-7603 or 530-621-7610. The ZOOM Meeting ID is 898 1472 0584

Please email your comments by 4:00pm on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 to the Clerk of the Board at edc.cob@edcgov.us

Website: https://www.edcgov.us/Government/Elections/Pages/Redistricting-Draft-Maps.aspx

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Thank you for inviting me to share information during the Cool-Pilot Hill Advisory Committee (CPHAC) meeting on 10/27/21. Everyone’s enthusiasm and thoughtful questions were a great way to start the brainstorming that will be helpful to the project.

County staff is in the process of hiring a consultant to work with community groups in Rural Centers. In the meantime, it is good to see folks come together to start preparing to work with the consultant. As a result, my office has put together a few documents, maps, and links to help get you started. We will add more information as it becomes available:

We plan to publish future meeting dates and information in our District IV newsletter and Facebook page. However, if you would like to connect directly with the CPHAC for future meeting dates, please contact Susan Yewell at 505.699.5127, or sby813@gmail.com

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vaccine clinic

On Saturday November 13 and November 20, 2021, El Dorado County Animal Services, in collaboration with the El Dorado County Humane Society, will host free vaccine and microchip clinics for dogs and cats residing in El Dorado County. The clinics will be held at the El Dorado County Animal Services shelter located at 6435 Capitol Avenue in Diamond Springs, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day.

There is no cost to participate in the clinics and no-pre-registration required. The clinics are limited to El Dorado County residents only, and services will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Due to COVID-19, the clinics will be held outdoors with social distance and other COVID safety precautions. All dogs must be secured on a leash by the owner and all cats must be secured inside a carrier by the owner.

For questions regarding the vaccine and microchip clinics, please call El Dorado County Animal Services at (530) 621-5795.
For additional information about Animal Services' programs and services, visit https://www.edcgov.us/animalservices.

Press Release: https://www.edcgov.us/Government/hhsa/pressreleases/2021/Pages/Free-Vaccine-and-Microchip-Clinics-Offered-for-Pets-in-El-Dorado-County.aspx


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CP Clean up

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