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Richard Englefield

Chairman

Grizzly Flats Community Services District

HQ Phone:  (530) 622-9626

Email: r***@***.com

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

CSD


Co-Chair

Sly Park Hills Area Fire Safe Council


Affiliations

El Dorado County Fire Safe Council

Board Member


Fire Safe Council

Board Member


Secretary

Treasurer


Resource Advisory Committee

Member


EID

Board Member


Web References(171 Total References)


El Dorado County Fire Safe Council | Firesafe Board | Meeting Minutes 2008-03-26 -- General Meeting

www.edcfiresafe.org [cached]

Directors and guests presents were: Mike Angles, Bill Brandt (Auburn Lake Trails), Barry Callenberger (Wildland Rx), Barbara Calvo (Pollock Pines), Linda Colombo (Nashville Sandridge), Richard Englefield (Chairman, Grizzly Flats), Ray Griffiths (Director, Georgetown Divide RCD), Claude Hanna (Sly Park Hills), Ken Hasse (Logtown), Penny Humphreys (Director, Rescue), Steve Hupner (South County), Norm Krizl (Georgetown Divide), Joan Jennings (Director, Garden Valley), Ray Nutting (Happy Valley), Gary Pigg (Placerville), Ed and Audrey Pomato (Outingdale), Bill Robinson (Director, Chrome Ridge), Charley Savnik (Pollock Pines), Tom Schultz (Sly Park Hills), Bob Signor (Retired Fire Chief, Pioneer), Walt Tyler (Director, Grizzly Flats/Pioneer), Vicki Yorty (Executive Coordinator)
Chairman Rich Englefield informed the group that on April 9 there would be workshop dedicated to amending the EDCFSC Bylaws. Chairman Englefield addressed the EDCFSC website. It has received a tremendous amount of hits with many government agencies checking it out. Much of the focus is on the approved plans for Grizzly Flats. Slides pertaining to fuel reduction are also very popular Mr. Englefield is seeking help regarding the updating and revising this website. He would appreciate new eyes and fresh ideas. EDCFSC website.


www.grizzlyflatscsd.com

Richard Englefield, Board Chair


www.mtdemocrat.com

Farm Bureau endorses Englefield for EID
By Press Release From page A6 | October 23, 2013 | 7 Comments The El Dorado County Farm Bureau Board of Directors interviewed and reviewed candidates' qualifications for the El Dorado Irrigation District Division 2 Board of Directors open seat and decided to endorse Richard Englefield. "Richard Englefield has shown leadership while serving on the County Water Agency board and he will apply his long-term planning skills to the future needs of the district," said Farm Bureau President Jim Davies. The bureau trusts that Englefield will listen to the concerns of agriculturists and others to understand the impact on all district customers of the financial and operational decisions that will be made. "Rich understands the importance of pursuing additional water rights to protect the future interest of all constituents," said Farm Bureau board member and grower Carolyn Mansfield. Englefield has lived in El Dorado County for 20 years and served as a volunteer on fire safe councils before serving on the Grizzly Flat Community Services District Board of Directors. "Richard supported the Capital Improvements needed to upgrade and maintain the Grizzly Flat water system," said Chuck Bacchi, Farm Bureau board member and owner of the Bacchi Ranch. How much developer loot did it take to buy this endorsement of Englefield.


www.mtdemocrat.com

Parker Development recently formed a new political action committee that contributed $34,000 funding to the EID director election campaigns of Richard Englefield and Dale Coco.
Darn right there's a reason Parker Development is contributing big time to elect Dale Coco and Richard Englefield. They illicitly rule the EDC Chamber and they now have identified Coco and Englefield as two more prospective elected representatives they can buy. LINK - County chamber endorses Coco, Englefield The Chamber of Commerce rents a county property and therefore must be politically silent? Here's the real info - LINK - Englefield said at the time he was asked to serve on the board at Grizzly Flat, the water district was only a couple of years away from closing its doors. "The board disintegrated before my eyes and at the same time there was a big turnover in staff. But after getting organized, he said they redid the accounting system, raised rates and cut expenses, which included eliminating one position. "Our five-year plan only took three years to accomplish by working smarter. Englefield said it was during his time on the board that he also gained experience in infrastructure improvements and water rights when the Grizzly Flat board undertook a $1.7 million infrastructure project that not only helped preserve its water but also its water rights. He then assumed the job of documenting those water rights all the way back to the 1880s, adding it took him seven years to accumulate the 4,700 documents now on file in the office. He said that experience helped him understand EID's water rights as well. Asked why he is running, Englefield said he wants to help, but also acknowledged that serving on EID's board would be a fantastic challenge for him given EID's size and complexity. As far as what distinguishes him from his opponent, Englefield said it is his ability to work with people in a positive fashion. Why would Parker donate to Rich for his election if it was not in there better interest? Why would Rich develop and upgrade the water system that worked in Grizzly Flats that was not needed ? unless more development, where he has a part time house so he could enter politics to get elected to the CSD, that if the area develops he can gain and sell? plus gain political experience? He took the long route to gain the experience since his first thought of running for the county board of supervisors didn't work out... I would rather go for a write in candidate then Rich or anyone on the ballot.... As for Westlands project getting special treatment? Follow the water in California... Phil as much as I would hate to see Rich voted into office under his false statements and claims, I cannot disagree with you about your choosing of the lesser of the evils for your vote! The Bone/Parker money for Englefield has nothing to do with "MPG".


El Dorado County Fire Safe Council | Firesafe Board | Meeting Minutes 2008-03-26 -- General Meeting

www.edcfiresafe.org [cached]

Directors and guests presents were: Mike Angles, Bill Brandt (Auburn Lake Trails), Barry Callenberger (Wildland Rx), Barbara Calvo (Pollock Pines), Linda Colombo (Nashville Sandridge), Richard Englefield (Chairman, Grizzly Flats), Ray Griffiths (Director, Georgetown Divide RCD), Claude Hanna (Sly Park Hills), Ken Hasse (Logtown), Penny Humphreys (Director, Rescue), Steve Hupner (South County), Norm Krizl (Georgetown Divide), Joan Jennings (Director, Garden Valley), Ray Nutting (Happy Valley), Gary Pigg (Placerville), Ed and Audrey Pomato (Outingdale), Bill Robinson (Director, Chrome Ridge), Charley Savnik (Pollock Pines), Tom Schultz (Sly Park Hills), Bob Signor (Retired Fire Chief, Pioneer), Walt Tyler (Director, Grizzly Flats/Pioneer), Vicki Yorty (Executive Coordinator)
Chairman Rich Englefield informed the group that on April 9 there would be workshop dedicated to amending the EDCFSC Bylaws. Chairman Englefield addressed the EDCFSC website. It has received a tremendous amount of hits with many government agencies checking it out. Much of the focus is on the approved plans for Grizzly Flats. Slides pertaining to fuel reduction are also very popular Mr. Englefield is seeking help regarding the updating and revising this website. He would appreciate new eyes and fresh ideas. EDCFSC website.


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