Goodbye and Thank You: Rancho Cordova Post Signing-Off

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Posted by Geoffrey Sakala on May 19 2011. Filed under Viewpoints. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

57 Comments for “Goodbye and Thank You: Rancho Cordova Post Signing-Off

  1. Linda Budge

    Geoff! I am so disappointed! seriously, what a shame to have to end such an asset. while there will always be a need to have a tactile newspaper, on the other hand, the digital access is critical today. it has been a very special capability that other communities don’t have. and, of course, it’s a major part of the future of news. you should have heard Winnie Comstock talk at lunch about her new I-Pad app with an interactive magazine! you will so thoroughly be missed. thank you.

    • Hi Linda, thanks for the kind words and your support throughout. Unfortunately we may have been too early to the game. Timing is everything and 2010 was a tough year all around for business. I will keep an eye out for the iPad app. Thanks for the tip.

  2. Minuteman

    Sorry to see it end. You are truly a pioneer for the digital world into which we will all dive ( or slide ) into.
    But………… you’ve got time to be Mr. MOM !
    Best of luck to you two. Please don’t be strangers.

  3. Billie

    I’ve only lived in this area for 1 1/2 years and I have been so grateful for you online news and information. It has been a big help in my transition to a new area. I also want to thank you and your staff for consistently prompt and professional replies whenever I had an inquiry or suggestion – very, very impressive! Wishing you and yours the very best in what will be an exciting new year for you.

    • Thank you Billie. We’ve learned a tremendous amount about the community too. Another great benefit of an online news source is that everything is archived and available to new residents. We do try to be responsive to our readers and truly make it a conversation with the community. Thanks so much for being a loyal reader and member of the RC Post community.

  4. dS~

    I hope you’re keeping your subscription list ready to go for when you return. I for one will miss you guys very much! Until we meet again…
    Good Luck to all of you!
    Deanne S.

  5. Bill Thomas

    This service will be severely missed! It was a real gem to have local news with stories and information relevant to our local interests.

  6. Rick Lam

    Sorry to see the site go. Hopefully you will have new opportunities after this one ends. I truly appreciate your work to bring our community news to the web. Thank you.

  7. Geoff, Very saddened to hear about the discontinuation of RCP. Keep in touch and give me a call sometime.



  8. Geoff – your digital presence will be sorely missed! Just today was grateful to be updated on bits of GOOD NEWS coming from Rancho Cordova. With our home in Fair Oaks, you were a vital connection into RC. I’m am confident we will see you around and continuing to play an important role in the community.

  9. Thank you Susan. Much appreciated and I’m sure we’ll see you around at chamber functions and such.

  10. Geoff – The Post will be missed. Many times I would be talking about some local story or event. People would ask me where I heard about that and I would reply, “The Post”. I’ll look less informed now.

    Good luck to you in your future endeavors, I look forward to seeing what you come up with next!

    • Thanks Jose. Thanks for spreading the word. Having an informed citizenry is a key component of democracy. Looking at what’s happening in Eqypt it makes me wonder if it would be possible without the internet and social media tools. Certainly much more difficult to organize I suspect. Well, I’m glad we could make you look smart anyhow.

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