Mattock, Crumpley sworn in for El Dorado Hills CSD boardBy: Penne Usher, Telegraph Correspondent
Brent Dennis, general manager of the El Dorado Hills community Service District, swore in two directors at Thursday’s meeting.
Re-elected Noelle Mattock and newly elected Terry Crumpley took their oaths at the beginning of the meeting.
Crumpley has called El Dorado Hills home for the past 17 years and is hoping to make a difference in the community.
The self-employed, licensed CPA has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
She could not be reached as of press time for comment on this article, but said in an earlier interview that she would like to see more involvement from the public.
“If elected she would like to gain more community involvement at the CSD meetings, continued maintenance of the parks and perhaps a senior day care center.
“A senior day care center is one idea that I keep hearing from community members,” Crumpley has said. “There is space at the current senior center that we’d have to see if it is financially feasible to complete.”
Mattock, who was raised in El Dorado Hills, was successful in her bid of a second term on the El Dorado Hills Community Services District in the Nov. 6 election.
“I’m looking forward to finishing a lot of things that we started during my first term, such as a new revamped volunteer program and we are in the final phases in developing a non-profit status for the CSD,” Mattock said.
The CSD is in the infancy stage of applying for 501(c) 3 status.
“We are approving the bylaws at this point and still have to go forward and get through the process to get established with the government,” Mattock said.
As for the volunteer program, in the past the CSD did not utilize the talents of potential volunteers.
“With a new program we will be better able to utilize someone’s talents. For example, if (the potential volunteer) and they are good at fundraising or accounting, they could help us in that aspect,” she said.