These three photos have something very significant in common. They represent what most people will tell you is very special about Rancho Murieta. That would be our fabulous ETC summer concerts, the fantastic 4th of July festivities and our beautiful lakes and open spaces (Lake Chesbro shown here). There are, of course, many other features that make Rancho Murieta special, such as, Summerfest, the Country Club with two 18-hole golf courses, Sunday evening Food Trucks, the extensive trails, wildlife, and expansive heritage oaks and the Cosumnes River.
All the environmental beauty and the expansive wilderness are just steps away from most neighborhoods. It is so important for us to find a way to preserve as much of it as possible. Allowing the approx. 300 acres of trails, oaks, and abundant wildlife around our back lakes to be rezoned from agriculture to housing would really be a huge mistake and a travesty for our community. The impact would be enormous, to say nothing of how dangerous it will be to our water supply.
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