By Kim Davis, Citrus Heights--
I’m glad the City of Citrus Heights has approved bringing back the fireworks show. I’m sad because I know the stress it brings to many both people and animals due to the noise that comes along with the beautiful displays of light.
By Barbara L. Babcock, Citrus Heights--
My daughter is one of the homeless people that often stays at the Sylvan Library. She has an addiction, which contributes to a mental illness and Multiple Sclerosis which she is not getting treatment for.
Letter by Roger Klausler--
How can the city dare to use $80,000 in ARPA funds to resurrect a frivolous display of smoke and noise that pollutes the air and frightens animals in the guise of "bringing our community back together" after a difficult 3 years?
By Linda Sue Arrowwood--
I am thoroughly against any funds used for this proposal. The pandemic relief fund or American Rescue Plan funds should be used to support the people and businesses affected by the pandemic and current impacts on infrastructure in Citrus Heights...
Latest local news briefs include Citrus Heights police resuming a count of homeless individuals, a murder suspect arrested locally now tied to multiple carjackings, and a $5,000 grant awarded to a local performing arts group...
Latest logs released by Citrus Heights Police include officers being dispatched to a verbal disturbance at Chuze Fitness, petty theft reported at Sylvan Middle School, a report of indecent exposure at Woodside Creek Apartments, and a stolen vehicle arrest made after a subject stop outside California Burrito...