HOA Board of Directors to Provide Plants At No Charge to Residents

The homeowner’s association Board of Directors for Rancho El Dorado is choosing to take a pro-active approach to replacing dead winter plants by engaging residents of the community in a unique way. “The Board of Directors at Rancho really tries to do everything they can to make a personal connection with the residents of this community,”    Read the article…………..


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