I’d like to send out a special thank you to Jim Monteton, the organizer of the 9/11 Memorial event. The short ceremony only lasted about 30 minutes, but in that short period of time, everyone in attendance was able to honor the 2,977 lives taken on that tragic day.
Letters to the Editor
Letter by Mark Mitchell, Citrus Heights–
[RE: City continues work towards plan to repave, widen San Juan Avenue; Aug. 23rd] Spending millions of dollars to buy property, add sidewalks, and lighting on San Juan Avenue seems to be an overreach once again by city leaders. I guarantee not one city council member has ever walked on that stretch of the San Juan Fwy. It’s FREAKIN scary how fast some of these “I D 10 T’S” go.
By Tom DiGiacomo– The trail project was approved, but Councilman Bret Daniels suggested a major point that will keep project within budget.
By Lynn F. Avery– [RE: City considering ban on new gas stations near Sunrise Mall; July 10th] I’m a 32-year resident of Citrus Heights. I have seen the “marketplace” area evolve from a thriving Mecca of varied lively shopping experiences to a ghost-town of empty boutiques, interesting stores, upscale clothing[Read More…]
By Dee Sherman–
Once again, it took nearly half-an-hour attempting to exit the Applebee’s parking lot on Auburn Boulevard in Citrus Heights.
By Mark Mitchell–
I live near Mariposa and Madison and frequently use the intersection to travel east or west on Madison Avenue. I’m not sure who came up with…
By Joel M. Carsley — It was also a War Zone between Sylvan Road, Auburn Boulevard, Carriage, Raintree, Chivalry, Gallant Circle. Ninety-two missiles went off until 12:52 a.m., and that’s not counting the legal fireworks. No police present in this area and only one siren from an ambulance.
By Violet Ables, Citrus Heights–
On July the 2nd, 3rd, and the 4th, I called Citrus Heights Police on the illegal fireworks being set in a residential area behind Grand Oaks Shopping Center.