John Todd

John Todd is a lifelong resident of Rio Linda since 1969.

Web Site: http://www.riolindaonline.com


East Nicolaus Market in Danger of Closing

Feb 11, 2015

The Barker family has been a pillar in the Nicolaus community for 72 years, ever since J.C. Barker, affectionately known as Ted, took over ownership of the East Nicolaus Market. Built in 1926, the market has served as a favorite spot by locals and visitors alike in the area and serves as the only...

Boy Injured in Hit and Run Doing Well

Feb 10, 2015

On Saturday afternoon (February 7th) ten year old Austin Whitten was riding his dirtbike on the bike trail. When he reached the crossing at Elkhorn Blvd. He pressed the signal and waited for the light to change. As he started across the street, a black Ford truck ran him and his dirtbike over… and...

Sacramento County Recruiting 2015 Citizens Academy Class

Feb 9, 2015

The Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, the Sacramento Police Department and the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department are proud to announce their 15th Citizens Academy. The academy was created to improve communication, foster a better understanding and develop relationships between members of the criminal justice system and our ethnic, cultural and faith-based communities as well...

Community Meetings for February 2015

Feb 3, 2015

RIO LINDA/ELVERTA COMMUNITY WATER DISTRICT Monday February 9th 6:30 pm Depot/Visitors Center, 6730 Front Street in Rio Linda 916-991-1000 RIO LINDA VISIONS Monday February 9th 7:00 pm Fire Station 111, 6609 Rio Linda Blvd. in Rio Linda Contact Mike Huiras 916-320-9520 RIO LINDA/ELVERTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Wednesday February 11th 5:30 pm Depot/Visitors Center, 6730...

2015 SAFE Scholarship Program offers $10,000 in scholarships

Jan 28, 2015

Once again, SAFE Credit Union is offering scholarships to exceptional high school seniors. As part of SAFE’s 2015 Scholarship Program, 10 college-bound students will each be awarded $1,000 for their outstanding achievements this spring. Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on exceptional academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, letters of recommendation, and a personal...

Could You Have an Abandoned Well on Your Property?

Jan 28, 2015

​While most never think about it – improperly sealed or abandoned wells pose significant risks to our groundwater quality and are a very real safety hazard for children, adults and small animals. With these concerns in mind, Sacramento County’s Environmental Management Department (EMD) is continuing its survey program to identify hundreds of these wells...

RLECWD Reservoir and Pump Station Ribbon Cutting

Jan 28, 2015

Rio Linda / Elverta Community Water District will be holding a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the L Street Reservoir and Pump Station on Friday, February 13, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at the RLECWD office at 730 L Street in Rio Linda. In 2007 a compliance order was issued to the Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District by the California Department...

Radio Free Rio Linda #1: Incorporation Q&A Meeting

Jan 27, 2015

On January 26th, a few community members and activists came together at Papa’s Pizzeria to discuss the subject of cityhood, or incorporation, for Rio Linda and Elverta. This meeting was facilitated by Charlea Moore, who was part of the most recent effort in 2006. Many questions were asked and answered, many misconceptions were dispelled,...

Sprucing Up County Roadways and Sidewalks

Jan 24, 2015

Having clean roads and sidewalks is important for livable communities, and Sacramento County is moving forward with efforts to increase cleanup activities for unincorporated area streets and sidewalks. Enhanced cleanup activities include: Removing Illegal Signage: Plastic signs reading “We buy houses,” “Cash for Your Home,” “Need extra money,” and “Garage sale,” can be seen...

Northern California Egg Artists 25th Annual Show & Sale

Jan 22, 2015

Egg artists from around the world will be teaching seminars, exhibiting and selling artwork created from real eggshells:  ostrich, rhea, emu, goose to as small as finch eggs.  Styles of artwork will include:  Faberge, pysanka, etched, jeweled, beaded, painted, diorama, jewelry boxes and wearable art to name a few.  The public is invited to take part...

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