What’s Hoppin’ for MONDAY, Sept. 15

FALL CHORAL EXPOSITION: 7 p.m. at the Old Gym at Calaveras High School, a choir concert featuring all six of the CHS choirs and guest appearances from the Toyon Middle School choirs. Admission is free. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on the day above. TUESDAY SIRS MEETING: 11 a.m. at the Snowflake Lodge in Arnold, the Arnold SIRS will […]

SERENE SCENE: The Mokelumne River flows below the bridge at Highway 49. Farther upstream, legislation would declare a portion of its tributary on the north fork wilderness and scenic. Enterprise photo by Buzz Eggleston

STAY INFORMED: Last week’s headlines in the Calaveras Enterprise – Wilderness bill rides against tide

More details on community news can be found in the Calaveras Enterprise, the only newspaper in the county to provide a complete mix of local news, community events, investigative reports, and local sports. Here’s what you missed last week by not subscribing to the Calaveras Enterprise’s print edition. New wilderness bill would set aside parts of the Mokelumne and Stanislaus […]

Murphys’ parking price may be going up soon

Parking fees assessed new commercial development in Murphys have not been revised since 1991 and the Calaveras County Planning Department says it’s time to look again. The county Board of Supervisors will decide whether or not to increase the fees during its regularly scheduled meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in the board chambers. In an effort to encourage commercial development […]

Road fees ahead for new homes, businesses

After 17 years of consideration, Calaveras County might finally adopt a countywide road fee program. The RIM, or road impact mitigation fee, program, called for in the county’s 1986 General Plan, will come before the Board of Supervisors for discussion and possible adoption on Oct. 6. Currently, there is no such fee in the county. The proposed fee is about […]

Boxer’s new wilderness, wild and scenic bill rides against tide

State Sen. Rico Oller, R-Sacramento, and Calaveras County Supervisor Paul Stein are among those in opposition to a bill that would classify 16.75 miles of the North Fork Mokelumne River and 22.25 miles of the Stanislaus River as wild and scenic or wilderness. In August, U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., introduced the California Wild Heritage Act of 2003, mirroring unsuccessful […]