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Citrus Heights projecting a $6.7M surplus for current fiscal year

Sentinel staff report-- Budget cuts and threats to police services appear to be a thing of the past in Citrus Heights, as preliminary figures released last month show the city ended up the most recent fiscal year with a surplus of $6.5 million and projections showing another $6.7 million surplus for the current fiscal year.

What are the rules about political signs in Citrus Heights?

By Phillip Pesola-- Wondering what the law says about where political signs can by placed and what the consequences are if candidates don't take them down after an election?

Want to watch the vote counting in Sacramento County? Here’s how.

Sentinel staff report– Those interested in watching the vote counting process in Sacramento County are able to so in person at any time, or watch online via a live-stream video feed.

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

The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday to consider approving a $10,000 grant request to bring a traveling 375-foot veterans memorial wall to Citrus Heights, as well as vote on formal adoption of a list of objectives to accomplish over the next six months and consideration of other items.

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

The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday to consider approving a $10,000 grant request to bring a traveling 375-foot veterans memorial wall to Citrus Heights, as well as vote on formal adoption of a list of objectives to accomplish over the next six months and consideration of other items.

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

The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday to consider approving a $10,000 grant request to bring a traveling 375-foot veterans memorial wall to Citrus Heights, as well as vote on formal adoption of a list of objectives to accomplish over the next six months and consideration of other items.

Residents near little-known park say dirt bikes are frequent disturbance

By Mike Hazlip— An undeveloped, 11-acre green space park on the border of Citrus Heights and Carmichael is drawing the ire of residents who say dirt bike riders are frequenting the area for recreation, despite a prohibition on motorized vehicles.

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