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Latest local news briefs include a wrongful death lawsuit being filed against a Citrus Heights apartment complex, an upcoming public hearing, the city’s mayor being featured in a regional publication, and a pair of vaccine clinics coming to the Community Center.
Woman sues Citrus Heights apartment complex after father’s death
The Sacramento Bee reported last week that a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit has been filed against the Arcade Creek Manor apartment complex by a woman who says her father died when a ceiling in his apartment collapsed last October. (See full story)
Public hearing to be held Wednesday for pet hospital expansion
The Citrus Heights Planning Commission is slated to hold a public hearing on Jan. 26 to consider approving plans for the Sunrise Boulevard Animal Hospital to construct a 670-square-foot addition. (See agenda)
Citrus Heights mayor featured in Sacramento Observer
The Sacramento Observer last week published an article highlighting Citrus Heights Mayor Porsche Middleton’s role as the first Black female mayor in the region and detailing the work she’s currently involved in. (See article)
Free vaccine clinics coming to Citrus Heights
Two upcoming vaccine clinics will be hosted at the Citrus Heights Community Center, with the city announcing plans for clinics on Jan. 26 and Feb. 16, from 10 a..m. to 2 p.m. Shots will be administered on a walk-in basis for those seeking first, second, or booster doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. The city says a $50 gift card is being offered to anyone getting their first or second vaccine. (See more)
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