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Sentinel staff report-- In a controversial vote Thursday night the Citrus Heights City Council narrowly approved spending up to $80,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds to pay for a patriotic event this summer that will include a 20-minute professional fireworks show.

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Citrus Heights moves ahead with next step to expand city’s borders

Sentinel staff report-- The City Council on Thursday voted 5-0 to seek bids from consultants to conduct public outreach and look further into the financial impact of annexing up to four areas that are located just outside the borders of the city.

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