Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include commentary on marijuana use and varying perspectives on whether a sixth Starbucks is needed on Auburn Boulevard.
By Sue Frost–
With the legalization of recreational cannabis in 2016, we have seen a status quo in terms of where you can legally purchase it in Sacramento County, with only Sacramento City and tiny Isleton currently allowing it.
Latest local news briefs include a Citrus Heights man being arrested on burglary related charges in Lincoln, raw surveillance video showing a smash-and-go vandalism at Mountain Mike’s Pizza, and an obituary for an 83-year-old resident.
Sentinel staff report–
After putting the annual event on pause during the coronavirus pandemic, the Veterans Community Center on Sylvan Road will again be hosting its annual Spaghetti Dinner and Wine Fundraiser this Saturday.
Latest local news briefs include a local business owner expanding his “ghost kitchen” concept to nearby Carmichael, an obituary for a 90-year-old resident, and Citrus Heights celebrating 25 years of cityhood.
As nonprofit organizations throughout the Sacramento region sought to meet their funding goals during the Big Day of Giving last week, one Citrus Heights organization is seeking volunteers over money.
Lindsey Garvin says opening a new flower shop inside Sunrise Mall last weekend was a dream come true for her. The shop, Little Violet’s, is named after her one-year-old daughter and is located near the JCPenney entrance of the mall.
By Rochelle Castillo, Citrus Heights– I support our Police Department’s use of military-style vehicles and tactical equipment. As was seen in the 90s when banks began being robbed by criminals with military-style weapons and bullets that the police did not have any type of defense for they…