Only A Handful Of California Cities Are Majority Republican as Out-Migration of Conservative Families

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 11, 2017 / comments

[Robert Gehl]

Of California’s 482 cities, only a tiny fraction – 16 – are majority Republicans.

This is the result of a dramatic decline that began decades ago. In fact, only 15 years ago, Republicans comprised more than half of 66 cities in the Golden State.

Those 16 cities that still have a majority Republican population comprise less than one percent of the state’s population.

El Dorado County Chief Administrator: Difficult choices in El Dorado County budget

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 08, 2017 / comments

[Don Ashton, El Dorado County Chief Administrator]

Last Friday, I delivered to the Board of Supervisors and publicly released the County’s Recommended Budget. The 422-page document deserves some context.

Conservative Commentary for California Congressional Republicans

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 06, 2017 / comments

[Frank Stephens]

Dear Congressional Republicans:

Learn how to govern – PLEASE!!! Yes, I am a small government Republican, but we will not get there this year or next. It will take several years to undo the damage socialist Democrats have done to our nation. In the meanwhile we need to move some very important legislation.

Placerville's Wendy Thomas is Guest Speaker at County Republicans' Meeting  

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 05, 2017 / comments

The El Dorado County Republican Central Committee (RCC) continues to line up guest speakers at their monthly meetings; announcing that  Placerville City Councilwoman, Wendy Thomas will be the next guest speaker at their Monday, June 12 meeting, at 6:30 pm, at Park Community Church, 3901 Wild Chaparral Drive, in Shingle Springs.  The public is invited to attend.

El Dorado County Mental Health Commission seeks 2 new members for South Lake Tahoe

by Placerville Newswire / May 31, 2017 / comments

The El Dorado County Mental Health Commission is currently seeking two new members to fill vacancies.

The 16-member commission advises the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors and the County Behavioral Health director, according to a press release. Commission members review and evaluate community mental health needs, services, facilities and special problems. The commission meets at least once per month and may also be called together for special meetings.