Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers comment on the city’s Sound Wall Beautification Project, along with consideration of a cannabis tax.
Sound wall beautification is step in right direction
[RE: Citrus Heights eyes improving appearance of sound walls; Feb. 3rd] I just finished reading the article regarding the proposed sound wall beautification project, and though I think it is a step in the right direction, I would really like to see some of the sound walls either replaced or improved, height wise. I live in one of the homes on Sunrise and Larwin and I have trash and other stuff thrown over my fences and found in my backyard quite often. And there is also the noise problem.
When I bought my house 30 years ago, it was a much less traveled artery on Sunrise, but now there are constant traffic noises all throughout the day and late into the night. They have done such nice work along Greenback Lane and other areas in Citrus Heights, I just wonder why we are not also able to get new sound walls for our properties!
-Jim Olson, Citrus Heights
We don’t need more cannabis
[RE: Citrus Heights to reconsider ban on cannabis businesses in 2024; Jan. 9th] This sounds like something a politician would dream up. Let’s make money from a source that historically causes crime issues. I think we have enough crime in Citrus Heights without asking for more. Let’s not do that.
-Laura Belcher, Citrus Heights
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Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers comment on the city's Sound Wall Beautification Project, along with consideration of a cannabis tax...
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