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Rumors have it that the recent petitions to recall four FPUD Directors did not have enough signatures to qualify for an election. The proponents of this controversial ballot initiative have been strangely silent on this topic, even though the counting period ended on June 30.

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sthill resident signatures were submitted to the Placer County Election Department, requesting an election to recall four of the remaining FPUD Board of Directors (one resigned a few months ago).  The next step requires the Election Department validate a minimum of 964 of those signatures wh…

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NOTE: This letter represents my personal opinion, and not that of the Foresthill PUD.

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The Messenger recently published an article under the View by an apologist for the communist regime in China.  This article was full of communist Chinese talking points about racism and “finger pointing” (who else to point to).

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WE ARE NOT IN THE SAME BOAT...a message from an author unknown. Remember, while we aren't all in the same boat, we all can continue to support each other.  

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The hardest thing, and easiest thing to do is LET GO.  I read the letter this week that was sent by the Court of Appeals to the Foresthill Public Utilities District.  The letter instructed the PUD that their opening brief and appendix was due to the court by June 8.  My first reaction was, “…

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This Covid-19 pandemonium has brought us to our knees in a way we have never been subjected to in our life-time.

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Thank you for including Brian Hack’s well-written and thought provoking piece about the state of this country. Mr. Trump and his cronies have, indeed, brought into the White House the longstanding underbelly of inequality, greed and short-sightedness our nation suffers from. His article prov…

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Well, they’re out there again folks. You know, those pesky people haranguing you to sign petitions at the party bus. What is it they want this time? Turns out they weren’t satisfied turning back the FPUD water rate study. Now they want to “Throw the Bums out! Recall the Board! Those old peop…

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After reading Neil Cochran’s previous Letter to the Editor (4/1/20), I am thinking that I must be living in an alternative world.  For one-third of the page in The Messenger, he spent most of his time ranting about the evil spirit known as Miner’s Camp.  He is convinced that the whole town i…

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In the Letter to the Editor in April 1, Messenger, Neil Cochran, President of the FPUD Board of Directors, blames “public outrage toward himself and the remaining three  Directors” on the Miners Camp owners.  Cochran’s erroneous article illustrates how out of touch he is with the Community.

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I am among the 1,200 plus Foresthill water rate payers who objected to the FPUD “water rate study” and to its potential implementation.  I also support recalling the current FPUD Board and replacing them with people who will take  our community concerns under advisement.

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STOP! Before signing this recall ask yourself whose best interest is being served by recalling an entire board? Is it the litigants? Is it a group that suppo11s the litigants? Does it make sense to incur a costly recall when two positions are up for Election in November?

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Knowing first hand the pain of caring for a loved one with cancer, as well as surviving breast cancer, Healing Pastures @ C Horse Ranch is once again offering a group for caregivers and one for survivors.

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Both ends of California have had an unpleasant welcome to the Holiday Season.  Northern California dealt with the wind-whipped Kincade Fire in Sonoma County while blowtorch-like winds in Southern California fueled the Maria Fire in Ventura County.  I thank all First Responders, like the Neva…

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With delayed thanks and blessings to the Foresthill Fire Department and others that came to my house at Happy Pines Dr., Todd Valley on July 29th.  Special neighbors, Bob and Nancy who saw smoke on roof, called the Fire Department and helped me out of the house.  The fire crew were so wonder…

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What a wonderful day in celebration of the Foresthill Pool’s 50th Anniversary we all enjoyed last Sunday.  The Pool was the vision of a group of ladies who formed the Foresthill Business and Professional Club in 1955 and with the donation of cash, materials and labor, were able to build the …

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This letter to the editor I have been thinking about writing for a long time and finally decided to do it after hearing about another family selling their home and moving off the hill because the people in Foresthill aren’t friendly and there is nothing for them to do up here.

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The wife and I have a lot on Oakley Road in Foresthill. We love it there - even downtown. The folks, as we continually find, are friendly, helpful and kind.

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I am writing regarding the letter from the FPUD board members regarding the recall notices, I am appalled that the board members insist that what happened with Miner's Camp was a minor incident and that they made Miner's Camp whole per the court finding. Mr. Cochran you made light of the ina…

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Contrary to what the Notice of Intention to Circulate a Recall Petition claims, FPUD Directors have always upheld the best interests of ratepayers, and we have not conspired to ignore court orders. FPUD Directors should not be recalled. These allegations are outright falsehoods spread by Min…

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Never forget freedom gives us the right to question, act, and hold each other accountable without hindrance or restraint.  We all have a responsibility to pay attention to what is happening inside the community.  If you have a question, ask.  If you don’t get an answer, ask again.  If you do…

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As a director of the FPUD Board I am proud of all the accomplishments that we have achieved in the resent years.   We have not returned to the Dark ages. Then, we were about to run out of funds, be taken over by another Company, be faced with higher rates and no local input.

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Each time the FPUD attempts to issue a press release or answer for their actions, they get in more trouble. The issue has always been about charging for Phantom Meters that do not exist. Three years ago Miner’s Camp came to the water board with a simple request to change the classification f…

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This is a response to Miner’s Camp article in the Messenger’s last issue. Here are the facts regarding the Foresthill Public Utility District’s (FPUD) appeal of a recent decision in a suit brought against it by Miner’s Camp LLC. I won’t engage in hyperbole, but simply describe what’s really …

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