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Agenda 21 in Lake County, CA

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AGENDA 21 LOGO-100.pngAgenda 21 is not the “Bill of Rights”. It is not “The Declaration of Independence”. And it is not the “U.S. Constitution”. It has never been decided on by the American people that “Agenda 21” should be our new bible. Our guiding light into the 21st century. It is being pushed on us by a bunch of self righteous elitist like Nancy Pelosi. It empowers those who agree and indoctrinates those who do not, and you are going to think you are having a bad dream when it comes into your home.

© Bill Wink 2007

 

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 MIDDLETOWN – LAKE COUNTY – CA

LOCAL POST OFFICES

 

From a brief observation, it appears not much was required to open a post office in the early days.  Pertinent information for our area is as follows:

GUENOC -

The village of Guenoc derived its name from the Guenoc Land Grant that was first awarded to George Rock in 1845.  The post office was established in 1867 and was discontinued in 1880 when the village of Guenoc moved to Middletown.  The village of Guenoc lay in the Coyote Valley 6 miles north of Middletown near where the Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision is today.

KAYOTE -

Kayote post office was located in Kayote Valley, along the Butts Canyon Road, about 7 miles east of Middletown. The first road into Lake County passed through Kayote Valley along the old immigrant road.   When the post office was established in 1859, it was in Napa County. The post office was discontinued in 1862, and there is no evidence remaining of an early settlement in the area.  The only postmaster was John Kean appointed July 15, 1859

(EDITOR’S NOTE) Best I can tell from having spent much time in the area Kayote Valley would have been the valley that now includes Deter Lake and the golf course at Langtry Farms (Guenoc) as the Old Soldier Road, also known as the first road into Lake County, came through that area. Also for many years there were foundations near the far end of the valley.

MIDDLETOWN -

Some of the buildings and residents moved from Guenoc to Middletown once it was clear Middletown would prosper. The post office began in April 1871 under the name of MIDDLETON, and the name was changed to MIDDLETOWN in July 1875.

 

Reference:

California’s Lake County Places and Postal History

By: Erving R. Feltman

© 1993 by The Depot

 

 

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