Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers discuss rabbits at Sylvan Oaks Library, problems with cat feces, fireworks policy, and city manager salary comparisons.
Letters to the Editor
Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include varying perspectives on palm trees being cited by Code Enforcement, following the publication of a June 13 article about a local resident’s dispute with the city over a palm tree.
Latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include criticism of the city’s 20-year plan for Sunrise Mall and comments about how federal COVID-19 funds should be spent.
By Beryl Turner, Citrus Heights–
Just discovered news of Citrus Heights City Manager’s retirement on May 11. That was sudden, but not surprising. I feel he quit (jumped ship), unable to handle the city’s financial problems that he was partially responsible for and was unable to manage.
Latest letters to the editor include comments from residents on planned roadway improvements, and City Council pay.
Latest letters to the editor include perspectives on development at Sylvan Corners, police department funding, and the City Council…
By Jim Monteton– So, let me get this straight: the city can borrow $12 million, buy property at Sylvan Corners, start planning on building more “round abouts,” give themselves
By Curtis Manes, Citrus Heights– Who the heck came up with that idea? That has to be the stupidest thing that I’ve ever heard of.