Limit development in El Dorado County

02/28/2014 2:02 PM

03/02/2014 11:13 AM

In pouring rain, I stood searching for people willing to speak with me about an initiative to curb growth in El Dorado County. Sacramento and Folsom residents stopped to speak at me, angry about development proceeding in their areas. But did those same people stop back when they had the opportunity to sign petitions against Sacramento and Folsom developments, or did they brush on past?

In six months, are El Dorado Hills residents going to be angry that development is moving forward, when they had the opportunity but refused to take the time to sign the petition? There's still time for El Dorado County residents to join forces with those pushing back against large scale development. Look for me.

-- Ellen Van Dyke, Rescue

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