Sutter Creek Council Honors Outgoing Vice Mayor

Sutter Creek Council Honors Outgoing Vice Mayor

The Sutter Creek City Council honored outgoing Vice Mayor Sandy Anderson at its meeting last night. Anderson has served on the City Council for ten years, including one year as Mayor and two as Vice Mayor. An owner of a Bed & Breakfast, she has been most active in promoting the city and attracting more visitors and tourism. In front of a large gathering of her friends and supporters Mayor Tim Murphy read a proclamation detailing her service to the city and awarded her a plaque honoring her service as Mayor. Anderson said the review of the Gold Rush Ranch development project was the most challenging issues of her tenure, and praised her fellow council members for their knowledge and support. In other business, the council approved moving forward with a hearing to be held on January 3rd to collect a fee on houses in the Crestview subdivision to pay for maintenance of street lights. The assessment comes to a little less than $30.00 per property for the 54 homes in the development. This is the second year the city has collected the fee on the development, which was approved by the city in 1991. 

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