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Redistricting has begun in Citrus Heights. Here’s what you should know

Sentinel staff report– The City of Citrus Heights on Friday announced plans for the first public hearing to be held in the city’s redistricting process, which will re-draw election boundary lines for the city’s five council members.

Citrus Heights council votes 3-2 for waste fee hike, amid opposition

Sentinel staff report– Residents can expect to see, on average, a 26% increase in their bill for waste collection in Citrus Heights, after the City Council held a public hearing Thursday night and narrowly voted to affirm a…

Outgoing Citrus Heights city manager says ‘its been an honor of a lifetime’

Sentinel staff report– Christopher Boyd formally said farewell to the City Council on Thursday night, after serving for a decade as the city’s founding police chief and his subsequent service as city manager since 2016.

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The Civic Minute: what’s happening at Citrus Heights City Hall

Public hearing. $10,000 sponsorship. Allocation of $1 million in grant funds. Employee compensation. Street striping contract. Those are some of the topics on the agenda for the Citrus Heights City Council’s Nov. 8 meeting. Here’s a brief summary…

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Want to see if your vote-by-mail ballot got counted? Here’s how you can check online

Sentinel staff report– Wonder what happened to your vote-by-mail ballot after you put it in the mail or dropped it off? Under California Election law, you can check to see if your vote was counted — and in Citrus Heights…

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PG&E performing nighttime gas line repairs on Antelope Road

Sentinel staff report– The City of Citrus Heights is advising residents and motorists of PG&E gas line work on Antelope Road this Wednesday and Thursday that will restrict eastbound traffic near Rusch Park down to one lane during…

Vote results, Citrus Heights City Council 2018

Bruins, Miller and Middleton lead in Citrus Heights City Council election

Sentinel staff report– Early election results show Vice Mayor Jeannie Bruins with a strong lead in the race for Citrus Heights City Council, followed by Mayor Steve Miller in second place and Planning Commissioner Porsche Middleton in third.…

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Election 2018: Money continues to flow in race for Citrus Heights City Council

Sentinel staff report– Latest campaign finance disclosures filed on Oct. 27 show an unprecedented amount of cash is being spent in the race for three seats on the Citrus Heights City Council this year. The latest financial filings…

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Citrus Heights just expanded its smoking ban. Here’s what you should know

By Carole Hawkins– Citrus Heights councilmembers voted unanimously last month to expand the City’s ban on smoking, a move which reflects changes in state law and a new era that includes legalized marijuana, vaping and a growing public…

What you need to know about Citrus Heights’ new rental inspection program

By Alec Pronk– In a 4-1 vote last month, the Citrus Heights City Council passed a new rental inspection program, which means more than 15,000 rental homes and apartments in the city will soon be seeing some changes.…