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Faithfully serving the residents of Belleview Oaks, Big Hill, Cedar Ridge, Comstock Ranch,
Upper & Lower Crystal Falls, Jupiter, Mono Vista, Phoenix Lake Country Club Estates,
Ridgewood, Soulsbyville, Sonora Meadows and Willow Springs since 2010.

 

 

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Randy’s Recent Activities

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2 days ago

Randy Hanvelt

At the end of the public hearing, District Two Supervisor Randy Hanvelt expressed a desire to postpone a decision about the arts money until after December when the county has a better understanding about some financial uncertainties. He noted that he especially has an affinity for the local Poetry Out Loud contest that the group helps coordinate.Arts Funding Sparks Debate At Supervisors Meeting www.mymotherlode.com/news/local/448621/arts-funding-sparks-debate-at-supervisors-meeting.html?utm... ... See MoreSee Less

At the end of the public hearing, District Two Supervisor Randy Hanvelt expressed a desire to postpone a decision about the arts money until after December when the county has a better understanding about some financial uncertainties. He noted that he especially has an affinity for the local Poetry Out Loud contest that the group helps coordinate.

4 days ago

Randy Hanvelt

Now donate online to Randy's election campaign!

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Now donate online to Randys election campaign!

https://donorbox.org/committee-to-reelect-randy-hanvelt-2018

2 weeks ago

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Throughout today Randy is meeting with the following offices as a result of his work with NACo, Public Lands Chairman of NACo, and RCRC's First Vice Chair. Plus Randy is known for getting things done for Tuolumne County, rural communities, and talking straight to the issue(s):

Morning:
Sen. Feinstein
Rep. Paul Cook (R-CA)
Rep. Rob Whitman (R-VA)
Rep. Steve Scalia (R-LA)

Lunch:
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR)
Rep. Chris Stewart(R-UT)
Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY)
Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA)
Rep. Bob Bishop (R-UT)
Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-ARk)

Afternoon:
Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO)
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)
Rep. Ken Calvert (R-CA)
Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA)
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA)

Tomorrow:
Vicki Christiansen, Chief of the USFS
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Randy's activities are a real plus for Tuolumne County. Getting our voice heard in Washington is worth a lot.

Randy is a tireless Representative for Tuolumne Co and is very well connected!! We can’t do without him!

2 weeks ago

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Kevin and Randy in DC... there's a forceful team!

Great seeing my two friends together! They do a great job for region!

2 weeks ago

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Forward thinking supervisors

To the Editor:

If you are as happy as we are that Kennedy Meadows was saved, in addition to the long list of thanks already made, you need to thank the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors.

In large part, because they stepped up to pursue ownership from the Stewardship Council, those 240ish acres and all they contain are safe today.

Why, should you thank the BOS? Because if it were USFS-owned property, the same level of effort (and theirs was not insubstantial by any means) would have been expended there that was expended elsewhere on the Stanislaus National Forest.

Tuolumne County owns the land and leases it to the resort, the county’s fire department is CalFire (they are well paid under an annual contract to provide fire protection to the county), and they had jurisdiction to come in and help protect Kennedy Meadows.

So thank the brave Bloom family, thank the firefighters, thank God, but please don’t forget to thank Evan Royce, Karl Rodefer, Randy Hanvelt, Sherri Brennan, and John Gray.

Teri and Rich Murrison
Tuolumne
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Well, we're not in Tuolumne anymore, but we used to be!

2 weeks ago

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Hanvelt deserves another term

To the Editor:

What a shame it would be for our county if Randy Hanvelt is not re-elected to the Board of Supervisors. He has grown into this office and has gathered knowledge to serve us as few can. There are a lot of projects in the works so this is not the time for a beginner to take over. Mr. Hanvelt is making Tuolumne known in Sacramento, so when state aid is passed out, we are not forgotten.

Also, his knowledge of our watershed, its forests, and fire coordination, both during and after the Rim Fire, has served our entire area well. We can’t afford to let his knowledge and his ability to lead leave the Board of Supervisors.

David T. Shoemaker
Sonora
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2 weeks ago

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Tuolumne County Supervisor Randy Hanvelt is in the nation’s capital with members of the National Association of Counties, of which, we reported recently that he is the group’s chairman of the Public Lands Policy Steering Committee. In that capacity, he has authored a new myMotherLode.com blog entitled “Wildfire’s Underscore Need to Support the Frontlines.”Hanvelt: Wildfires Underscore Need To Support The Frontlines www.mymotherlode.com/news/local/432820/hanvelt-wildfires-underscore-need-to-support-the-frontline... ... See MoreSee Less

Tuolumne County Supervisor Randy Hanvelt is in the nation’s capital with members of the National Association of Counties, of which, we reported recently that he is the group’s chairman of the Public Lands Policy Steering Committee. In that capacity, he has authored a new myMotherLode.com blog entitled “Wildfire’s Underscore Need to Support the Frontlines.”

4 weeks ago

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Mr. Hanvelt building on past experience and actively involved today, for a better future for all Tuolumne County residents and visitors. ... See MoreSee Less

Mr. Hanvelt building on past experience and actively involved today, for a better future for all Tuolumne County residents and visitors.

4 weeks ago

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Mr. Hanvelt, "YOUR" Forest Health Advocate working across party lines towards common sense solutions under new normal conditions! ... See MoreSee Less

Mr. Hanvelt, YOUR Forest Health Advocate working across party lines towards common sense solutions under new normal conditions!

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