An expected vote on revisions to the city’s policy regarding debt didn’t end up taking place Thursday night, after staff made a last-minute request during the council meeting to pull the item from the agenda…
The City of Citrus Heights has secured $2 million in grant funds to aid with roadway improvements planned for a section of San Juan Avenue, but the funds may not go very far.
The Citrus Heights City Council will hold a closed session meeting on Thursday night to discuss labor negotiations, followed by a public study session regarding an update to fees charged by the city. The city’s regular council meeting will follow at 7 p.m., which includes several public hearings and a proposed revision to the city’s debt management policy.
The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will consider a recommendation from the city manager’s office to adopt a revised debt management policy, specifying when long-term and short-term debt are considered appropriate.
The City of Citrus Heights is currently evaluating results of a controversial nine-day experiment on Old Auburn Road that concluded on Oct. 28.
Sentinel staff report–Citrus Heights planning commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday night to recommend approval of a 110-unit senior housing project on Fair Oaks Boulevard, despite opposition from some residents in the neighborhood. The project now goes to the City Council for another public hearing and a final vote. Tim Schaefer, the[Read More…]
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During the Citrus Heights City Council’s Oct. 24 council meeting, city leaders will hold a public hearing regarding allocation of federal grant funds, as well as consider approving several contracts and accepting a $142,000 grant related to traffic enforcement.