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Citrus Heights Sentinel

Citrus Heights police seek public’s help to identify armed robbery suspect

By Mike Hazlip— Citrus Heights police are asking the public for help in identifying a suspect in an attempted armed robbery that occurred two month ago.

Pedestrian killed in Sunday’s collision identified as area homeless woman

By Mike Hazlip— The pedestrian killed in Sunday’s two-vehicle collision on Auburn Boulevard has been identified by friends as a woman known to live on the streets of Citrus Heights.

Citrus Heights to consider next step to expand city’s borders

By Phillip Pesola-- The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will decide whether to move forward with a plan to expand the city’s borders by hiring a consultant to look further into the financial impact of doing so, as well as to conduct public outreach.

Guest Opinion: This won’t be the last storm.

By Supervisor Sue Frost-- “I'll be right back,” Chuck Noland told his wife in the movie Cast Away. But then a storm stranded him on...

Citrus Heights council restores two-vote policy to place items on agenda

Sentinel staff report-- As an indication of a change in leadership in the city, Citrus Heights council members earlier this month voted to reverse a controversial change made two years ago when the council had voted to require majority support in order to place an item on the council's agenda.

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?

Citrus Heights council to discuss housing, annexation, fireworks

Sentinel staff report-- The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday evening to hold closed-door discussions regarding several lawsuits and property negotiations, followed by open-session topics related to plans for Sayonara Drive, grant funds, infrastructure projects, an $80,000 fireworks show proposal and further consideration of expanding the city's borders.

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