The Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Vote NO on Measure E

Negative Impact on Property Value: Residential property in El Dorado Hills (EDH) has value in part because of amenities such as schools, parks and open space. Lots and houses are bought and sold based on this value. To rezone and take away a large piece of open space would have a significant impact. The value […]

Parks Not Parker Issues Residents’ Vision For Use of Old Golf Course Property.

Click Here to see the El Dorado Hills Executive Golf Course Vision Version 3 I hope by now, you have heard about Measure E, placed on the ballot for the November 3 election. Measure E is simply an advisory vote to determine the feeling about how EDH CSD voters feel about turning the Old Golf […]

Take a Look At The Ballot Text on Measure E.

Some of you may have seen an earlier version of this where the “Impartial Analysis” was totally wrong.  As soon as the CSD saw this, they took action to correct it, so the following section “Impartial Analysis” is now correct. Click Here to see the Full Text of Measure E

Once it is developed, it is gone forever!

Once it is developed, it is gone forever! If the El Dorado Hills Executive Golf Course (EDHEGC) is developed, it will remove one of the last truly open space areas from the El Dorado Hills environment. In short, once it is developed, it is gone forever. Please note, about 11,000 residential units are either being […]

Thoughts On The Issue of Rezoning and Other Developer Shenanigans

The attached document provides some thoughts on rezoning by Ellison Rumsey, a 30 year resident and currently serves on the El Dorado County Community Services District (EDHCSD)  Design Review Committee and was a past CSD Board Member.  This document provides insight about past Developer shenanigans and the negative impact on property owner values as a […]