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Citrus Heights News Briefs: homeless camps, $15k, job search

Latest local news briefs include a bill being submitted by Citrus Heights' new state representative that would bar homeless camps near schools and parks, the Chamber receiving a $15,000 grant from the city, a youth employment program being launched by a local nonprofit, and more.

Citrus Heights Letters: Fireworks, homeless, library

By Barbara L. Babcock, Citrus Heights-- My daughter is one of the homeless people that often stays at the Sylvan Library. She has an addiction, which contributes to a mental illness and Multiple Sclerosis which she is not getting treatment for.

LETTERS: ARPA funds weren’t meant for ‘frivolous’ fireworks show

Letter by Roger Klausler-- How can the city dare to use $80,000 in ARPA funds to resurrect a frivolous display of smoke and noise that pollutes the air and frightens animals in the guise of "bringing our community back together" after a difficult 3 years?

LETTER: City shouldn’t use ARPA funds for fireworks show

By Linda Sue Arrowwood-- I am thoroughly against any funds used for this proposal. The pandemic relief fund or American Rescue Plan funds should be used to support the people and businesses affected by the pandemic and current impacts on infrastructure in Citrus Heights...

New owner working to transform Old Auburn Road eyesore property

Sentinel staff report-- A long-vacant, boarded-up building on Old Auburn Road that had attracted homeless camps and drawn the attention of Code Enforcement in the past is undergoing major renovation.

LETTER: Tiny homes on Sayonara? No Way

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