Jamie Brockardt of Fair Oaks pulls the driver back for her tee shot at the sixth hole on the El Dorado Hills golf course in 2002. Parker Development Co., which owns the property, closed the golf course in January 2007, citing financial losses and competition.
Jamie Brockardt of Fair Oaks pulls the driver back for her tee shot at the sixth hole on the El Dorado Hills golf course in 2002. Parker Development Co., which owns the property, closed the golf course in January 2007, citing financial losses and competition. Chris Crewell Bee file
Jamie Brockardt of Fair Oaks pulls the driver back for her tee shot at the sixth hole on the El Dorado Hills golf course in 2002. Parker Development Co., which owns the property, closed the golf course in January 2007, citing financial losses and competition. Chris Crewell Bee file

Both proponents, opponents urge ‘no’ vote on El Dorado Hills’ Measure E

October 20, 2015 08:00 PM

UPDATED November 18, 2015 08:29 AM

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