As you may know, in December, we did not gather. Typically we enjoy each other’s company to celebrate the end of the year. In 2021 we decided to celebrate in another way, we made a $100.00 donation to our local food locker in BRECA’s name. We hope to continue to support our community in meaningful ways.
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Due to the current county health order, this meeting will be held virtually via Zoom.
The monthly meeting of the Butterfield-Riviera East Community Association Steering Committee is open to all members of the community. Join us to share your concerns and provide your feedback on issues related to our neighborhood.
The The Administrative Law Judge has shared a decision to eliminate Water Revenue Adjustment Mechanism (WRAM) and other surcharges to the California Public Utilities Commission Public Advocate’s Office (CPUC). The commission will be hearing this item and voting on it no earlier than August 6th. BRECA supports the proposed decision and we urge our neighbors to share their support with the CPUC.
A coalition of water utilities have enlisted cities and community organizations that don’t really understand the impacts of the WRAM to lobby the Commission to change its proposed decision. The water utilities have crafted a misleading message that eliminating the WRAM will increase rates and reduce conservation.
Please take a moment to send an email to the CPUC in support of the proposed decision of Commissioner Martha Guzman Aceves. You can send the email to .
Dear Commissioners, I support the proposed decision of Commissioner Martha Guzman Aceves, Rulemaking 17-06-024. I encourage the CPUC commissioners vote to approve this decision.
You can read the proposed decision here. Order Instituting Rulemaking Evaluating the Commission’s 2010 Water Action Plan Objective of Achieving Consistency between Class A Water Utilities’ Low-Income Rate Assistance Programs, Providing Rate Assistance to All Low – Income Customers of Investor-Owned Water Utilities, and Affordability. Rulemaking 17-06-024
The Sacramento County Department of Transportation is moving forward with construction of the Folsom Blvd. Sidewalk Infill Project on the north side of Folsom Boulevard between Mira Del Rio Drive and Butterfield Way.
Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2020 with completion anticipated in October 2020. Some preliminary work may occur prior to the start of construction including tree removal, temporary fencing for tree protection, and construction area signing. Access will be maintained to all residences and businesses during construction. Pedestrian and bicycle access will also be maintained.
The project includes:
Construction of curb/gutter and sidewalks.
Installation of drainage improvements.
Driveway reconstruction in areas of new sidewalk construction.
Installation of Street Lights
To learn more about this project visit sacdot.com and under the PROJECTS & PROGRAMS tab, follow the “Transportation Projects / Current Projects / Folsom Blvd and Cottage Way Sidewalk Infill” links.