“Path to Prosperity”



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

4 days ago

Randy Hanvelt

Support for Hanvelt
To The Editor:

In this day and age where every state and every county is competing for federal and state dollars, having access to the people who hold those purse strings is huge. This is not access that is granted on an automatic basis but rather earned through years of networking and relationship building.

Randy Hanvelt has earned that accessibility. In fact, Randy, if re-elected, will be the new president of RCRC (Rural Counties Representatives of California) in 2019. Randy was requested to and has testified before the California State Legislature and before the Federal Lands Subcommittee under the Congressional Natural Resource Committee in Washington, D.C.

Through his leadership, Tuolumne County leads the way in securing millions of dollars in relief funding from both state and federal government all the while proudly representing Tuolumne County. This is no time to risk this relationship that has taken years to develop.

Re-elect Randy Hanvelt Supervisor District 2.

Terry Northcutt
Twain Harte
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4 days ago

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Support for Hanvelt
To The Editor:

Ryan Campbell has shown himself to be earnest and personable. He is a good family man. We are fortunate that we have two candidates that possess these attributes.

Campbell has run a hard, competitive campaign. He’s just running against Randy Hanvelt who works every bit as hard, and already knows what needs to be done.

Campbell has based much of his platform on his accomplishments, primarily his work on the tree mortality issue. This is essentially what he was hired for, to implement the funds that Randy Hanvelt had wrestled out of Sacramento. It is well known that Supervisor Hanvelt laid the groundwork for much of our recovery from the recent fires by making countless trips to the Capitol to get the representation we were lacking.

Campbell’s other focus, are roads. During one debate, the question was how to bring more jobs to our area. Hanvelt said that to attract new business, we need to have more housing for those employees. Campbell opined that better roads would attract new business, and then we could worry about housing. He doesn’t say how we are going to pay for better roads. This is backward thinking. For example, the fact that the hospital has failed to hire any number of doctors and nurses over the last several years was not because of the roads, but a lack of available housing.

Randy Hanvelt is focused on fast tracking building permits for new taxpayers that will improve our local economy, which will provide funds to fix our roads. Randy’s time as supervisor and his extensive business experience has given him the ability to get things done more efficiently than someone new to the job. Wherever Randy goes he takes Tuolumne County with him. It’s what he does, it’s who he is. Reelect Randy Hanvelt.

Guy Emery
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4 days ago

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Hello, Friends of Randy’s campaign FB page:

In addition to voting, you can play a huge role in helping us win on Nov. 6th. First off, please "Like" this page and if you are so inclined, "Share" it too!

Then find something that’s been posted (i.e., a comment, video, or Letter to the Editor) that resonates with you and "Share" it with your own brief personal comment. For example, D.A. Laura Krieg's video endorsing Randy was shared and already has over 454 views!

Then encourage your friends, neighbors & family to do the same.

Let’s create a firestorm of support for Randy, make sure to vote, and let's get this done!

And thank you all for your support!
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4 days ago

Randy Hanvelt

Support for Hanvelt
To the Editor:

As a long-time supervisor representing rural and foothill communities in the Sierra Nevada I feel compelled to reach out and share my experience with, respect for, and ultimately my endorsement for Supervisor Randy Hanvelt.

Throughout the years I have served on many boards, committees, and pursued community efforts in partnership with Randy and have had the opportunity to experience firsthand his dedication and tenacity for the communities he serves. His can-do attitude sprinkled with common-sense solutions is what our communities need now more than ever.

We are likely to see a number of changes in the upcoming year at the state level and having representation from a respected and informed leader will be imperative. Making difficult decisions is what we are asked to do many times a day and this takes time and practice to do right. Randy has an impressive track record to take on this role yet again during these times of transition.

Randy has continued to impress me over the last few years as he has taken a natural leadership role in and on the Governor’s Tree Mortality Task Force. He has been instrumental in building and keeping momentum around tree mortality, public safety, and forest health issues at a local, state, and federal levels.

The perspective and perseverance that Randy has personally brought to the table has directly benefited the residents and forests of Tuolumne County. There is much work ahead and Randy brings with him the relationships, respect, and experience necessary to continue to push for solutions and opportunities on these critical issues.

Tom Wheeler
North Fork
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4 days ago

Randy Hanvelt

Support for Hanvelt
To the Editor:

Serving as the Tulare County Tree Mortality Task Force Project Manager, I’ve worked closely with Tuolumne County Supervisor Randy Hanvelt in his role as Tuolumne County’s representative on Governor Edmund Brown’s Tree Mortality Task Force.

Supervisor Hanvelt is a relentless advocate for the urgent need for state assistance to deal with the health and safety threats posed by Tree Mortality Hazard Trees.

If not for his personal intervention with members of the state Legislature, the Governor’s staff and CalFire senior management, Governor Brown might not have provided $6 million in California Disaster Assistance Act relief for the 10 High Risk Tree Mortality Counties.

Supervisor Hanvelt appealed directly to Governor Brown as well as coordinated the lobbying effort made by the Rural Council of Rural Counties to request $6 million in state funds for Local Assistance for Tree Mortality grant funding.

Supervisor Hanvelt’s personal involvement greatly helped to obtain $806,652 in state funds allocated for tree removals by eliminating a 25 percent local match Tuolumne County would otherwise have had to pay to secure $2.4 million-worth of federal disaster assistance funds. This funding also allowed Tulare County (the county I live and work in) to receive $550,378 this fiscal year and facilitate our local ability to tap $2.2 million in federal disaster assistance funding to pay for local tree removals.

In closing, I would like to publicly thank Supervisor Hanvelt for his efforts to strengthen support for tree removals in the state’s ten High Hazard Tree Mortality counties – including my own Tulare County.

Writing as a private citizen.

Eric Coyne
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1 week ago

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Mr. Hanvelt at the 1st Annual Empty Bowls Event...

Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency
#CAA #CommunityAction and #EndHunger
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1 week ago

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Dignitary and business endorsements:

Tom McClintock, Congressman

Jeff Denham, Congressman

Tom Berryhill, State Senator

Frank Bigelow, State Assembly Member

Karl D. Rodefer, Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors

Laura Krieg, Tuolumne County District Attorney

Bill Pooley, Tuolumne County Sheriff

James (Jim) Mele, Retired Tuolumne County Sheriff

Kevin Cann, Mariposa County Board of Supervisors

Vito Chiesa, Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors

Kristin Olsen, Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors

Daron McDaniel, Merced County Board of Supervisors

Andreas Borgeas, Fresno County Board of Supervisors

Mike & Vicki Albrecht, Sierra Resource Management, Inc.

Michael Ayala, Retired Sonora CHP Commander

Matt Bloom, Kennedy Meadows

Glenn S. Caldwell Insurance Services, Inc.

CDF Firefighters Local 2881

Robert T. Coane, Former Tuolumne County Sheriff

Larry Crabtree, Fire Chief, Mi-Wuk Sugar Pine Fire Protection District

Sasha J. Farkas, Left Coast Land Clearing

John & Juliana Feriani, Feriani Construction

John T. Geach, Tax Specialist

Mike Lemke, Lemke Homes

James P. Maddox, Retired CA Fish & Game Biologist

Teri Murrison, Former Board Member - Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors

Steve & Shelly Njirich, Njirich & Sons, Inc.

Terry Northcutt, Timberline Environmental Services

Richard (Dick) Nutting, Former Tuolumne County Sheriff

Peter Rei, Tuolumne County Planning Commissioner

Brandon Russell, 4thdmc Graphics & Web Design

Dick Todd, Todd Land Surveying

Tuolumne County Building Industry Association

Tuolumne County Republican Central Committee

Ulysses Verceles, Verceles Construction

Citizen Endorsements:

Terri Arington

Esteban (Steve) J. Arreguin

Nancy Ayala

Beetle Barbour

Bill Barnes

Carolyn Barnes

Kayla Barnes

Dale Beyersdorf

Deborah Beyersdorf

Carol Ann Bisnett

Robert J. Bisnett

Benson Bryant

Edward L. Boddington

Bill Burnes

Glenn Caldwell

Jeannine Caldwell

A.B. “Skip” Conley

Chris Conrad

JoAn Conrad

Jim Costello

Pam Costello

David C. Courtney

Gloria K. Courtney

Jack Cox

Marianne Cox

Sue Crabtree

Paula Crauthers

Margaret Czadzek

Margaret Davis

Stephen Dietrich, Jr.

Dana Ditmore

Guy Emery

Ron Erickson

Fred and Sarajo Esch

Tyler Ferro

Melinda Fleming

Ken Fleming

Charlotte Frazier

Donald Frazier

Darlene A. Geach

Elzie Gerrels

Esther Gerrels

Glenn Gottschall

Nancy Gottschall

Jim Grinnell

Krishna Hamilton

Ron Hamilton

Tammy Hammond

Gloria Hanvelt

Randall E. Harris

Judy and Roger Haughton

Carey and Jim Haughy

Mary Henson

Amber Hess

Yvonne Hilton

Barbara Holton

Bob Holton

Gale D. Hoover

Larry Jackson

Richard Jacobs

Gerald Jensen

Mark A. Kerzich

Ron Kopf

Bert Kronnick

JessAnne Lack

Linda Lakamp

Laurel L. Leslie

Jim Lewis

Nancy Lewis

Richard H. Liljedahl

John C. Luckie

Betsy Main

Dewey Main

Mark Maxwell

Stephanie Maxwell

Lisa Mayo

Donna M. Mehl

Sharon Mele

John and Pamela Mendiola

David Miller

Linda Miller

Roger Milligan

Vickie Milligan

Dick Mitchell

Hazel Mitchell

Glen Moore

Lynda Morlan

Deborah Moss

Donna Nattkemper

Gary Neubert

Ed Nissen

Leetta Nutting

Val Ogletree

Amy Olenchalk

Michael Olenchalk

Michael Orteiza

Kim A. Orteiza

Carleton Penwell

Tiffany Phillips

Audrey Pland

Dick Pland

Jeff Redoutey

Sheila Redoutey

Cassandra Roberts

Jo Rodefer

Trish Russell

Michael T. Ryan

Bob Rucker

Micki Rucker

Juliann Schader

Nickolas Schader

Becky Selbee

Kimberly Sharpe

Tom Sharpe

Robert Sherry

Dave Slicton

Michael Smith

Terri Stinson

Dave Thoeny

Carl S Tucker

Charlotte Tucker
Glen Vincent

Ellyn Walter

Jeanne Wheeler

Sam Wheeler

Ty Wivell

Kimberly Bohn Wood

Charles Wynn

David Wynne
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1 week ago

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Dick Pland endorses Mr. Hanvelt

I have served alongside Mr. Hanvelt for two years. I can tell you there was no better prepared or thoughtful member on the Board of Supervisors and he is my choice for a 3rd term on the board.

Richard Pland
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2 weeks ago

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From today's Oct. 4th Union Democrat article entitled "Candidates discuss issues facing Tuolumne County families, children"

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Incumbent District 2 Supervisor Randy Hanvelt, who is seeking a third consecutive four-year term to county’s top elected panel, said one of his favorite parts of the job is when the board gets to recognize children in the community for things like art and poetry contests.

“Young families are our future,” said the father of two grown children. “We somehow have to make life better for them so they have an opportunity to thrive.”

Hanvelt said he believed more jobs would help toward that goal and talked about a much-touted Master Stewardship Agreement the board signed with the U.S. Forest Service that aims boost the pace and scale of forest thinning projects.

He also said the county needs to make it easier for developers to build more high-density residential projects, including multi-family housing, modular homes, mobile home parks and rental units.

“We have hospital people coming here to take a job, can’t find housing and they leave,” he said in reference of Adventist Health Sonora, one of the largest private employers in the county. “That’s your health care. It permeates everything.”
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2 weeks ago

Randy Hanvelt

Support for Hanvelt

To the Editor:

Representatives from the 10 high hazard counties for tree mortality meet in the morning monthly to discuss strategies in combating this disaster caused by drought and the bark beetle. The county representatives, along with the state partners, have been meeting in the afternoon in the Governor’s Conference Room.

I came into Tree Mortality Task Force arena a few months after it began. In my first County Task Force meeting in Sacramento it was obvious Randy Hanvelt was a leader among leaders. That same leadership was shown at the State Tree Mortality Task Force as well.

Randy his not only been a strong and vocal advocate for tree mortality resources for Tuolumne County, but for all 10 high hazard counties. Randy has been relentless in his pursuit of funding for hazard tree removal; that same determination is present today.

While Randy has demanded accountability for the counties, he has also offered effective solutions. It has been my honor to be associated with Randy in the pursuit of effective solutions to this disaster that plagues our state.

Nancy Woods
Executive Administrator
Tulare County Tree Mortality Task Force
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2 weeks ago

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Here are a few photos from the Empty Bowls event put on by the ATCAA Food Bank to help raise awareness and provide help for people in our community who are hungry. The first annual Empty Bowls, a fundraising concept that is internationally recognized, was held at the Food Bank warehouse on September 29th. Glad I could be a part of this event and help those who are without.
Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency
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2 weeks ago

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Mr. Hanvelt, with jail commander, surveying the new jail construction and reviewing the progress on September 26, 2018.Image attachment

3 weeks ago

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Some information that you should be aware of concerning SB 1 and what it could mean for Tuolumne County.SB 1 Proposed Transportation Projects In Tuolumne County www.mymotherlode.com/news/local/449650/sb-1-proposed-transportation-projects-in-tuolumne-county.h... ... See MoreSee Less

Some information that you should be aware of concerning SB 1 and what it could mean for Tuolumne County.

3 weeks ago

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Hear what Supervisor Hanvelt was working on while in Washington, D.C. and other county issues he is focusing on.

www.mymotherlode.com/multimedia/audio/mlviews/hanvelt-begins-supervisor-seriesMother Lode Views Focusing On Tuolumne County Supervisors www.mymotherlode.com/news/local/445483/mother-lode-views-focusing-on-tuolumne-county-supervisors....
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Hear what Supervisor Hanvelt was working on while in Washington, D.C. and other county issues he is focusing on.


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