A common question about a $7 million trail slated to begin construction next year in Citrus Heights revolves around why the funds aren’t instead being spent on repaving roads or other priorities.
The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday night to vote on a several contracts relating to a 2.9-mile trail project, police communications and other items.
Results are in for the city’s first-ever “FlashVote” survey, which polled residents on the topic of COVID-19 and received over 400 responses within a 48-hour time-frame.
The Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce voted Monday to endorse the city’s Measure M sales tax and previously took action to recommend a “no” vote on ballot propositions dealing with rent control and property tax.
Voters won’t see any names for the Citrus Heights Water District board of directors on their ballot this year, after no challengers filed to run for a seat on the board by the Aug. 7 deadline.
A Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce forum intended to allow both sides of the controversial Measure M sales tax to present their case will likely only have one side present on Monday night after opponents of the proposed tax increase said they are boycotting the event.
The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday evening to hold a public hearing regarding updates to the zoning code and General Plan, as well as vote on a $110,000 contract for services related to capital improvements to Greenback Lane.
With two seats up for election on the City Council this year, a total of four residents have qualified to run for the positions.