Several hundred residents, regional leaders, and city staff gathered outside the newly completed city hall Thursday morning for an official dedication ceremony and tours of the 35,000-square-feet building.
“In a few months Citrus Heights will be celebrating its 20th anniversary and I really think we did it right,” said outgoing City Manager Henry Tingle, who is credited with enabling the city to purchase the $22 million hall with no debt. “We took our time, we set our priorities, and we followed our strategic plan to the tee — and this is the results of it.”
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