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Final results finally released in Citrus Heights elections

Sentinel staff results-- The final results for races across Sacramento County were released Wednesday afternoon, including results in a pair of razor-close races for City...

Semi-final vote count shows two winners in close Citrus Heights council races

Sentinel staff report-- With election officials now reporting zero ballots remaining to be counted, Mayor Porsche Middleton and newcomer MariJane Lopez-Taff have won the most votes in a pair of razor-close races for Citrus Heights City Council.

Here’s the 24 objectives Citrus Heights is pursuing over next 6 months

Sentinel staff report-- During the Nov. 10 council meeting last month, city leaders formally adopted 24 objectives to accomplish over the next six months, ranging...

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

Updated 5:52 p.m., Dec. 6th-- Sentinel staff report-- The Citrus Heights City Council will meet this Thursday to select a new mayor, install newly elected council members, recognize two retiring members and consider applying for a $10 million grant related to plans for Sunrise Mall.

When will final election results be released for Citrus Heights City Council?

Sentinel staff report-- Several close races in the Citrus Heights City Council election will be decided this Thursday, as elections officials are slated to release final results by 4 p.m. on Dec. 8.

Water district says most customers would see a 6.5% increase on bill

Sentinel staff report-- If a proposed rate increase passes later this month, the Citrus Heights Water District said in a post last week that a typical customer will see an overall increase of 6.5% in their bi-monthly bills.

2022 Citrus Heights tree lighting set for Dec. 6th

Sentinel staff report-- The City of Citrus Heights will host its annual tree lighting this Tuesday.

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