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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Citrus Heights Sentinel

City crews are out filling potholes after storm. Here’s how to report one

Sentinel staff report-- Recent storms have prompted more potholes to pop up around Citrus Heights, with the city reporting major streets like Antelope Road and Greenback Lane being among those most affected by January's heavy rain.

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...

One injured in fire at Citrus Heights home

By Mike Hazlip— A fire at a home in Citrus Heights damaged the garage and attic Sunday night, leaving one person with burn injuries, Metro Fire said.

Pedestrian, driver killed in Citrus Heights collision

By Mike Hazlip— Both a pedestrian and a driver were killed in a two-vehicle collision on Auburn Boulevard Sunday evening, police said in a news release.

Citrus Heights council to consider $80k proposal to bring back fireworks show

Sentinel staff report-- The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will consider a proposal from the city manager to bring an aerial fireworks show to the city, funded by up to $80,000 in federal pandemic relief funds.

New burgers and brews restaurant opens at Sylvan Corners

By Mike Hazlip— A new bar and burger restaurant is now open at Sylvan Corners, replacing the former Beer Dogs eatery that had occupied the space since 2016.

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.

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