March 2021

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333 State Highway 49

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Lotus, CA 95613

333 Statehighway 49

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Lotus, CA 95613

4850 Marshall Rd

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Lotus, CA 95633

7308 Hwy 49, Unit 1

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Lotus, CA 95651

7308 Hwy 49, Unit 1

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Lotus, CA 95651

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Mcclellan, CA 95652

29053 Main St

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Madison, CA 95653

5377 Vaca Station Rd

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Elmira, CA 95625

9780 Blacks St

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Zamora, CA 95698

36385 N Center St

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Clarksburg, CA 95612

801 M St

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Rio Linda, CA 95673

3958 Cambridge Rd

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Cameron Park, CA 95682

22 Main St

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Ione, CA 95640

4570 Pleasant Valley Rd

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Somerset, CA 95667

4991 Sciaroni Rd

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Grizzly Flats, CA 95636

221 W A St

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Dixon, CA 95620

801 M St

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Elverta, CA 95673

9241 Old State Hwy

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Newcastle, CA 95658

1399 Sacramento Ave

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West Sacramento, CA 95605

14055 State Highway 16

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Brooks, CA 95606

510 Railroad Ave

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Winters, CA 95694

1015 Riley St

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Folsom, CA 95630

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Lotus (formerly, Marshall and Uniontown) is an unincorporated community in El Dorado County, California. It is located 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Coloma, at an elevation of 722 feet (220 m).The settlement was established in 1849 and named for James W. Marshall, discoverer of gold. In 1850, the name was changed to Uniontown to commemorate California's admission to the Union. The name was changed to Lotus with the arrival of the post office in 1881.

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