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Monterey County Health Department Stress Survey
Of Rippling River Residents Is Completed

Quoted from the survey:

"The Rippling River Residents Association requested that the Monterey County Health Department conduct a health assessment of residents at the Rippling River Apartment Complex due to the Associationís concerns about the effects of ongoing disagreements with the Housing Authority of Monterey County on the health of residents. The Health Department created and applied a health survey instrument via door-to-door and telephone interviews, as well as self-administration of the questionnaire to determine the health of the residents."

The report may be downloaded from the Monterey County Health Department Web Site:

Fish In The Koi Pond Are Dying

For the last several weeks the fish in the Koi Pond at Rippling River are dying from no apparent cause. The victums are undergoing necropsy, a test to determine the cause of death. The information derived from this procedure will determine what can be done. Information on this tragedy will appear here as it develops.

Resident Advisory Council Meeting - Dec. 16, 2004

I attended my first Resident Advisory Council Meeting on December 16, 2004 at 1415 Del Monte Avenue in Salinas. When the meeting was underway it was apparent the President, the Secretary, the Vice President, and the Treasurer were unfamiliar with parliamentary procedures and needed help to begin the meeting.

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Christmas Carollers at Rippling River - 2004

Photo by Phil Michaels
Rippling River
Residents Association

Carolyn Metcalf
53 East Carmel Valley Road
Apartment 813
Carmel Valley, California 93924

Email To: RRRA Mailbox

Residents Association Officers 2005

· Helaine Clark, President
· David Holehouse, Vice Pres
· Bernie Van Ostrand, Secretary
· Carolyn Metcalf, Treasurer
Residents Association
General Meeting

Second Thursday of the Month
3:00 P. M. - In the Dining Room
The Jane Wheeler
Audio Cassette Tape
Lending Library Service

The Wheeler collection of cassette tape recordings is the largest and most complete on the central coast of California. It consists of vintage radio shows, books and novels, sound clips of historical events, "how-to" guides, and music representing every taste imaginable.

3000+ Tapes Current Inventory

Tape Catalog Available

Open on Thursday Afternoons

From 1 P. M. to 4 P. M.

Rippling River, Apartment 727
Phone 659-3641

Carmel Adult School
Craft Room Classes
Lily Kotler O.T.R., Instructor
  • 10 a.m. - Home making
  • 12 Noon - Ceramics
  • 3 p.m. Exercise
  • 10 a.m. - Home making
  • 12 Noon - Ceramics
  • 3 p.m. - Exercise
  • 4 p.m. - Ceramics
Monterey Peninsula College
Personal Development
Lily Kotler O.T.R., Instructor

Tuesday Evenings

6:30 p.m. In the Mail Room

The Friends Of
Rippling River
The Friends of Rippling River, a non-profit group, was created to assist people with physical disabilities who have created a supportive system of living that prolongs an independent existence away from the horror of THE NURSING HOME.
Join us in support of the folks who make their home at 53 East Carmel Valley Road - Rippling River. .

Friends Of Rippling River


Housing Authority
Resident Commissioner
Commissioner Merri Bilek is available to residents seeking conference on matters relating to Housing Authority.

Email: Merri Bilek

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Last update: January 3, 2005