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Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, rent prices, home prices

Latest local news briefs include a report showing rent prices are finally dropping, an obituary for a Citrus Heights woman who had a 30-year-battle with Multiple Sclerosis, and latest news on home prices.

Vandalism temporarily shuts down popular zip line at Citrus Heights park

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Playground construction complete at Tempo Park

Construction is now complete on a new playground and basketball court at Tempo Community Park.

President of Sunrise Christian Food Ministry retires after 13 years

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Citrus Heights News Briefs: $32M sale, fundraiser sold out, COLA increase

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Latest local news briefs include an apartment complex on Sunrise Boulevard selling for $32 million, the City Council approving a cost-of-living pay increase for most city staff, and tickets for a local fundraiser selling out.

City Council votes 5-0 in favor of COLA increase, plus one-time payment
The City Council on Thursday voted to approve a 3 percent Cost of Living Adjustment for most city staff, along with a one-time payment equal to 3 percent of salary. Councilman Bret Daniels said the proposal was first discussed in closed session, with the council working together to come up with a “fair” increase. Vice Mayor Tim Schaefer also noted that unrepresented staff had not seen a pay increase for two years.

Fundraiser sells out for HART
A spaghetti feed fundraiser to benefit the Homeless Assistance Resource Team sold out on Friday night at the Community Center, according to HART board member Kathilynn Carpenter. Funds raised are slated to go towards housing assistance, student services and the homeless outreach navigator program.

Citrus Heights apartment complex sells for $32M
The Arborelle Apartments at 8007 Sunrise Blvd. now has a new owner, after the property closed sale at the end of last month for $32.3 million. The sale was confirmed by the commercial real estate analytics provider CoStar, which noted the complex is fully leased. (Read more)

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