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Cantle Road Repair

2015 November 24
by Road Committee

County Public Works has replaced one of two culverts on Cantle. They expect to replace the second culvert, completing the road repair, the week after Thanksgiving. Cantle will be closed to traffic during the day as they replace the culvert, but the road should be open in the evenings.

Site annoyance alert

2015 November 23
by Jim

Hi all,

One of the annoyances in managing this site is the continual barrage of spammers trying to register and hack the site. I’ve changed the registration process with some new software, and you may be required to confirm your registration the next time you visit. Confirming is easy – just follow the instructions and the site will send you an email.



Lost dog!

2015 November 7
by Jim

A new neighbor has lost their older dog. Here is the note I received from Christina G.:

My dad just moved into Diamond xx on Chuckwagon Drive. Sadly his old dog has walked off and he cannot find her anywhere. Because she is old she doesn’t hear like she used to and isn’t used to the area. I was hoping you may know a Copperopolis site for Diamond xx that I may be able to post on about his dog? I figured I’d ask. This site is the only one I’ve seen.
I’m worried people will think she isn’t friendly because she looks like a smaller Doberman. But she is the sweetest dog, and VERY old.

Keep an eye out, and if you see (or have seen) a dog that meets that description, contact Christina at capttinkerbell (at)

Upcoming County Board of Supervisors meetings

2015 November 3
by Jim

Hello neighbors,

Many of you have attended our recent community meetings with Debbie Ponte (our County Supervisor) in attendance. She and the rest of our county leadership meet most Tuesdays, with the public portion of the meeting beginning at 9am. You can attend these meetings and make your voice heard during the public commenting time. The November 10th meeting is coming up!

Road Committee Meeting Oct 25, 1pm, Copperopolis Fire Station

2015 October 18
by Jim

Here’s the agenda from the Road Committee:

  • Financial Report
    • Current Projects
    • Reserve Funds
  • Clarification of Community Easements
  • Community Security

Community meeting recap

2015 September 28
by Jim

Thanks all for the great turnout at our meeting last Saturday. For those who couldn’t attend, here’s a brief recap:

  • This was not a Road Committee meeting, just a meeting of concerned Diamond XX residents.
  • About 40 people attended. Debbie Ponte, our County Supervisor, and 3 members of the Sheriff’s department also attended.
  • The Sheriff’s representative shared with us that there have been two significant enforcement actions recently, one a pot grow and the other a coordinated operation with Stockton PD, San Joaquin Sheriff’s office, and the California Dept. of Justice.  The latter action resulted in 7 arrests, kids taken into protective custody, and confiscation of weapons and drugs.
  • The Sheriff’s representative committed to having a strong presence in our community.
  • We talked about options for a more significant Neighborhood Watch program, including installing cameras that can record traffic into and out of Diamond XX. The Sheriff’s representative shared that the most effective way to help them solve crimes is by capturing license plate numbers of suspicious vehicles.
  • The Neighborhood Watch group is researching options for Neighboorhood Watch and for camera systems – they will share his findings at the next Road Committee meeting.
  • The most effective thing we can do to deter crime is to know and communicate with each other. While many of us live here because we value our privacy, we can make an extra effort to know our immediate neighbors, recognize what cars belong in our areas, and talk to each other when we see something out of place.
  • This website and the announcement list are one way we can communicate. If you haven’t done so, please consider signing up for the email Announcement List (the link is on the Right-hand side of this page). This email list is only used for things like Road Committee meetings, fire updates, etc.
  • There may be some interest in setting up a Facebook or similar group. If you are interested, find me at the next Road Committee meeting.



Road Committee Meeting October 25, 1pm, Copper Fire Dept.

2015 September 28
by Jim

Please mark your calendars: Your Road Committee has reserved the Copperopolis Fire Dept. Training room for our next meeting, SUNDAY, Oct 25 at 1 pm. An agenda & road signs will be appearing in the coming weeks to remind you of this VERY important meeting that will include the expenditure of our funds for security within our community.

I want to personally thank all those who attended the emergency community meeting last Saturday and ask you to help spread the word so that most of Diamond XX is able to attend this next meeting.

Jeane Kennedy
Road Committee Member CSA #4

Meeting Announcement – Crime in the Diamond XX

2015 September 20
by Jim

Hi Neighbors,

Over the past two weeks there have been two major police actions in the Diamond XX, one of which was part of a multi-jurisdiction “gang takedown” involving the three counties and federal law enforcement. These busts have included confiscation of thousands of marijuana plants and the arrest of known gang affiliates.

A few of our neighbors have arranged for a community meeting at 10am, Saturday, Sept. 26th, at the Copperopolis Fire Station. We’ve invited the Sheriff to brief us on these recent developments, and Debbie Ponte, our County Supervisor, to attend as our representative. I know this is short notice, but please plan to attend, and invite your neighbors who might not subscribe to this website to come as well.

See you there.


Thanks Neighbor

2015 April 18
by Jim

The fresh paint on our entrance signs looks great!


Sinkhole develops on Cantle Street

2015 April 2
by Jim

A sinkhole has developed under the pavement on Cantle, completely undermining the pavement. Your DiamondXX Road Committee is on it, working with County maintenance to come up with a solution.

The crack field reporters are on the scene:




Our courageous reporters even donned their spelunking gear and crawled inside: